Virgin Media has revamped its entry-level broadband bundles, and is now offering half-price internet and home phone services alongside free TV.
The broadband provider's Free TV packages offer access to Virgin Media's television service and TiVo at no additional charge when signing up for broadband and calls.
Consumers have two packages to choose from - one which offers up to 30Mb broadband speeds, and one which can deliver up to 60Mb.
The Virgin Media broadband bundles come with unlimited data, unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines and a Super Hub router.
They also feature more than 60 television channels, a 500GB TiVo box - which allows users to pause, rewind and record live TV - and access to the Virgin TV Anywhere service.
Five high definition channels are also included - BBC One HD, BBC Two HD, ITV HD, Channel 4 HD and Channel 5 HD.
On-demand TV services are also accessible to viewers via ITV player, BBC iPlayer, 4oD and Demand 5.
Consumers seeking up to 30Mb broadband pay just £7.25 per month for the first six months, rising to £14.50 per month thereafter.
Bundle subscribers are also required to pay for Virgin Media line rental at £14.99 per month, while a one-off £49.95 installation charge applies.
If new customers want to sign up for the faster, 60Mb broadband package, this is initially priced at £9.75 per month, rising to £19.50 per month.
Subscribers receive a free installation with the higher-tier package, as well as the latest version of the Virgin Media Super Hub.
Again, line rental applies from the first month of the contract.
Virgin Media is offering half-price internet and calls with the broadband deals until August 31st 2013.