Virgin Media has launched a new range of cut-price summer broadband deals, as the firm aims to boost subscriber numbers.
The broadband provider is now offering six months' half-price broadband on a number of triple-play packages, enabling significant savings to be made.
Consumers looking to take out a TV, home phone and broadband bundle can capitalise on the offer by gaining a 50 per cent discount for the first six months of their deal.
And with each of the offers coming with a free installation worth at least £40, UK households can keep their start-up costs to a minimum.
Consumers signing up for the firm's 10Mb broadband, TV and phone package can currently pay just £10 for the first six months of their deal.
This offer comes with unlimited monthly downloads, a free 'N' wireless broadband router, free security software and 5GB of online storage.
Unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines and Virgin mobiles are also included, as are 65 TV channels and access to the broadband provider's catch-up service.
Virgin Media's 30Mb broadband, TV and home phone bundle – which offers exactly the same deal features, but with faster download speeds – is currently priced at £12.50 per month, down from £25.
For customers seeking the 100 subscription TV channels, along with unlimited weekend calls and 10Mb broadband, the half-price offer also applies.
UK households signing up this week can pay just £13 per month for six months, down from the standard price of £26.
Meanwhile, Virgin Media's 50Mb super-fast broadband service, which comes with 65 digital channels and unlimited weekend calls, is now reduced from £31.50 to £15.75 per month.
And finally, the firm's 30Mb broadband bundle – which offers 160 TV channels and unlimited anytime calls – is priced at £26.06 for six months, down from £47.56.