Leading internet service provider Virgin Media has launched its latest cut-price broadband deal, offering six months half-price to new subscribers.
Consumers taking out one of the firm's broadband, TV and home phone bundles on an 18-month contract can take advantage of the offer from today (Monday December 1st).
It applies to Virgin Media's 10Mb, 20Mb and 50Mb broadband bundles, which are now available from a minimum fee of £6.50 per month.
Triple-pay broadband deals - which include calls to UK landlines, TV subscription services and internet access - are priced from £9.50 per month, increasing to £19 from month seven.
A line rental fee is applicable from the first month of the contract, however with no bill to be paid for the first six months, significant savings can be made.
Virgin Media is also continuing to offer free installation and activation to new subscribers, allowing customers to further reduce costs by £40.
The offer is likely to appeal to consumers seeking high-speed broadband deals, but as of last week, another option is available to potential customers.
Virgin Media announced that its new 100Mb broadband service will be launched in December, enabling customers to take advantage of a range of advanced web services.
Some 10,000 consumers pre-registered for the service on the first day, suggesting that interest in super-fast broadband is high in the UK.
Neil Berkett, the firm's Chief Executive Officer, said the company would continue to innovate in order to meet the needs of UK consumers.
"When we think the market is ready, we will upgrade the network accordingly and launch products," he commented.