Internet service provider (ISP) Virgin Media has launched an attractive new broadband deal offering major savings on triple-play packages.
All households signing up for a broadband bundle with the ISP can save £100 upon subscription, enabling them to get their contract off to the best possible start.
The broadband deal replaces the £50 saving offer which previously applied to consumers registering for standalone broadband, dual and triple packages.
UK customers have all this month to take advantage of the latest money saving offer, which is scheduled to run for four weeks.
Virgin Media is offering £100 off all triple packages until June 29th 2011.
The offer may particularly appeal to households looking to sign up for satellite TV services alongside home phone and internet.
Virgin Media offers a range of internet, calls and TV bundles, with prices starting at £20 per month.
On the entry-level £20 per month tariff, households receive up to 10Mb broadband, unlimited weekend calls and 65 TV channels.
Also included is a free HD box and free installation, helping customers to reduce start-up costs.
Virgin Media's £25 per month broadband bundle, which also comes with a £100 discount, offers up to 30Mb broadband, unlimited weekend calls and 65 TV channels.
Free installation and a free V HD unit also apply, while the package costs just £20 per month for the first six months of the contract.
Households willing to pay £26 per month gain access to 10Mb downloads, unlimited weekend calls and the full range of 100 TV channels.
And for £31.50 per month – with a £5 discount applying for the first six months – the ISP offers super-fast 50Mb broadband, unlimited weekend calls and 65 TV channels.