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Leading internet service provider (ISP) Virgin Media is withdrawing its latest broadband deal at the end of today (Tuesday August 31st).

Consumers who are still contemplating taking advantage of the firm's two months free offer are running out of time to subscribe.

The up to 20Mb broadband offer, which has already been extended once during August, will expire at the close of trading.

All new subscribers are required to pay for access to high-speed broadband in the first two months is their line rental bill, with free installation also part of the package.

With Ofcom recently finding that Virgin Media broadband deals offer average peak download speeds of 16Mb - more than double those provided by some of the ISP's rivals - this may be an offer worth talking advantage of.

Earlier this month, Virgin Media claimed that it offers "unrivalled" download capabilities which cannot currently be matched by other UK ISPs.

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