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Virgin Media is giving broadband bundle subscribers the opportunity to save £35 when signing up for their deal.

For the next few days, the broadband provider is running a promotion offering credit to new customers who subscribe using the 'USWI35' voucher code.

Consumers have a range of Virgin Media broadband deals to choose from if they are looking to take advantage of the £35 offer.

The firm's dual packages are included, providing households take a Virgin Media landline as part of the deal.

New subscribers can also receive a discount when signing up for the Essential, Premiere and VIP Collections, which include broadband, home phone and TV services.

The entry-level triple-play option for customers joining with the 'USWI35' voucher code is Virgin Media's Essential Collection.

This includes fibre-optic broadband offering speeds of up to 30Mb, an unlimited monthly usage allowance, a free wireless broadband router and inclusive weekend calls.

In terms of pay-TV, customers have access to more than 100 channels, six of which are in high definition, and they are also entitled to a free installation.

Access to the Virgin Media TV Anywhere service is included, meaning consumers can enjoy content from a connected mobile device on the move.

A 500GB TiVo box also comes as part of the package, enabling consumers to pause, rewind and record live TV, and enjoy content from the firm's On Demand service.

Customers are required to sign up on an 18-month contract, with a discount applying for the first six months of this period.

The Essential Collection is initially priced at £13 per month plus line rental, rising to £26 per month plus line rental after six months.

Virgin Media is offering an extra £35 to 'USWI35' subscribers joining the firm by Sunday July 21st.

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