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Virgin Media's free broadband for two months deal will come to an end next week.

Broadband users have until May 4th to snap up the offer, which sees anyone purchasing the firm's Large broadband, Medium Plus TV and Medium home phone offerings getting their first two months of service free.

After that they will have to pay £18 a month for up to 10Mb fibre optic broadband, access to over 65 channels and unlimited weekend UK landline calls.

People snapping up the broadband provider's offer will also benefit from free installation, which is normally worth £35.

The deal is available to new customers and anyone taking advantage of it will also need to have a Virgin Media phone line at £11.99 a month.

Earlier this week, it was reported that Virgin Media has added over 72,000 cable broadband subscribers to its consumer base in the first three months of 2010.

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