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Virgin Media has launched a series of new bundle deals for customers looking for broadband, TV and telephone services.

For users who are watching their cash, Virgin's cheapest broadband bundle costs just £10 a month for the first six months with the price rising to £20 a month after that.

This deal comes with broadband speeds of up to 30Mb which is four times faster than the UK average as well as a V HD box complete with 83 channels and unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines and Virgin mobile numbers.

Customers also benefit from free servicing and repairs, Catch Up TV and Virgin TV On Demand.

The bundle also comes with free installation worth £49.95, a free wireless router and an extra £50 off if they sign up to the 18-month contract online.

The offer is available to new customers who take a Virgin Media phone line at a cost of £13.99 a month.

And for those who want a little bit more speed, for an extra £2.50 a month for the first six months and £5 a month thereafter, they can upgrade to up to 60Mb.

Virgin Media has also teamed up with uSwitch to offer an exclusive online offer which is priced at just £5 a month for the first three months and £18.50 thereafter.

For this bargain price, customers get superfast 60Mb broadband, unlimited downloads and unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines and Virgin mobiles.

Cash conscious customers can also benefit from free installation and an extra £25 off.

And there's no risk that you'll have to go without internet access and Virgin Media's no fuss switching policy means that your old broadband connection will be kept running until your new fibre optic broadband is up and running.

Once again the deal is available on an 18-month contract and is available with a Virgin Media phone line at a cost of £13.90 per month.

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