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Leading UK internet service provider Virgin Media is continuing to promote its range of landline-free broadband deals.

The firm, which is offering 10Mb fibre-optic broadband from £15 per month, has taken out new adverts in the national media to raise product awareness.

Consumers without a home phone line can access Virgin Media broadband for £20 per month on a one-year deal.

However, for the first three months of the contract, the deal is priced at £15.

Virgin Media says consumers can access download speeds "twice as fast" as those offered by its rival broadband providers.

Last week, it was reported that the broadband provider had appointed DDB UK to promote its range of broadband, phone and TV deals in the UK consumer market.

Ashley Stockwell, Executive Director of Brand and Marketing at Virgin Media, said the firm regularly collaborates with agency partners on its advertising campaigns.

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