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Time is now running out for Virgin Media's current broadband deal, which expires on August 31st.

All this month, the internet service provider (ISP) has been heavily promoting its two months free broadband offer, which was originally intended to be withdrawn last week.

However, Virgin Media decided to give consumers more time to take advantage of the deal, which also includes free installation for new customers.

While no broadband bill is charged during the first two months of the contract, line rental fees will still apply.

However, with Virgin Media pledging to offer download speeds of 16Mb, and up to 20Mb in some areas, customers may see this as a small price to pay.

The ISP has frequently claimed in the national media this month that its broadband deals offer faster and more reliable connections than its major rivals.

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