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Virgin Media has boosted the appeal of its broadband bundle range by adding the incentive of £80 instant credit to new subscribers.

From today (October 19th), consumers can get a massive head start on their bills by receiving account credit when taking out any double or triple package.

The internet service provider (ISP) has launched this short-term offer after adding voucher code functionality to its website.

It will apply to all broadband packages purchased online up until the end of the month, before being withdrawn on October 31st.

Consumers seeking a broadband, TV and phone bundle have a range of options, with the cheapest tariff being £19 per month.

For this, they receive up to 10Mb cable broadband with unlimited downloads, access to 65 TV channels on Virgin's subscription service and unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines.

A free installation worth £40 also applies to new customers, adding to the £80 initial savings received through the new cashback offer.

For £23.50 per month, TV viewers are able to tune into 100 channels, while the £34.50 price point offers 65 channels with an XXL broadband connection capable of up to 50Mb downloads.

The top-priced TV, phone and broadband bundle - priced at £46.01 - allows Virgin Media customers to access 20Mb download speeds and a whopping 160 TV channels.

Consumers seeking call and broadband services but not wishing to sign up for Virgin Media TV can also receive £80 credit from the ISP.

The firm's £12.50, £20 and £28 home phone and broadband packages – which offer 10Mb, 20Mb and 50Mb download speeds respectively - are all included in the promotion.

Each of the broadband deals is also currently subject to an introductory discount, meaning subscribers pay just £5, £10 or £15 for the first three months of their deal.

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