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UK households are being given the opportunity to make significant savings on Virgin Media broadband and home phone packages this month.

The cable giant has launched a new broadband deal offering three months free to consumers taking out a dual package in February.

For the next two weeks, subscribers can receive three months' free service, allowing them to save from £40.50 on their broadband services.

And not only that, customers also receive £50 account credit - adding to the savings possible when joining Virgin Media.

The new broadband deal will run alongside Virgin Media's existing three months' free offer for households taking out a triple play deal.

Broadband, home phone and TV customers are currently able to save from £60 courtesy of this special offer, and that's before £50 account credit is factored in.

All dual and triple play customers also receive a free installation worth £49.95, while TiVo customers can activate their account for free.

The broadband deal is set to run until February 29th 2012, meaning consumers have a couple of weeks to weigh up the benefits of Virgin Media broadband.

Customers signing up for Virgin Media's 10Mb broadband package receive unlimited downloads, a Super Hub wireless 'N' modem router, free connection and unlimited weekend calls to UK landline numbers and Virgin mobiles.

They can also look forward to faster download speeds very shortly - with Virgin Media set to turn up the speed dial on all its broadband packages.

Up to 30Mb broadband is available with weekend calls for £18.50 per month, while the firm's 50Mb internet and calls deal is priced at £25.50 per month.

And Virgin Media's ultra-fast broadband package - which offers speeds of up to 120Mb - is currently priced at £35 per month, or from £41.50 when taken with TiVo subscription television services. 

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