Virgin Media is continuing to offer free installation for its TV, home phone and broadband packages – but not for much longer.
The internet service provider (ISP) has been connecting new customers for no charge upon registration, but this offer is being withdrawn at the end of October.
Consequently, consumers have only until Sunday (October 31st) to take advantage of this introductory savings offer.
Virgin Media's £19 broadband, calls and TV bundle, to which the offer applies, offers 65 TV channels and unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines and Virgin mobiles, in addition to high-speed broadband access.
From December, the ISP will be offering even faster download speeds to its subscribers, when its widely-awaited 100Mb broadband network launches into action.
Neil Berkett, Chief Executive of Virgin Media, announced this week that the ISP is now taking pre-registrations for the service.