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Virgin Media is giving consumers the chance to save money when signing up for one of its triple-play broadband bundles.

For the next few days, the service provider is offering bill credit with its Big Easy, Big Bang and Big Kahuna broadband packages.

New subscribers can save up to £90 through this latest offer, which is in addition to the firm's existing cut-price deals on broadband, home phone calls and TV.

Consumers taking out a Big Easy broadband bundle over the internet are entitled to £30 bill credit.

The entry-level package offers unlimited up to 50Mb downloads, weekend calls, a free TiVo set-top box and more than 60 TV channels.

Initially priced at £15 per month plus line rental, the Big Easy costs £20 per month plus line rental after the first 12 months.

Greater initial savings are available to consumers taking out Virgin Media's Big Bang Bundle, which offers up to 100Mb broadband speeds and twice as many TV channels.

This broadband package - which costs £20 per month plus line rental for 12 months, rising to £30 per month thereafter - comes with £60 bill credit.

And Virgin Media is offering an even better deal to consumers taking out a Big Kahuna broadband deal - they are entitled to £90 bill credit.

The package offers up to 152Mb broadband speeds - the maximum available on Virgin Media's fibre network - and weekend calls to UK landlines.

In terms of TV services, subscribers can choose from more than 230 channels, 14 of which are Sky-branded. They also have access to the BT Sport service.

The Big Kahuna is priced at £35 per month plus line rental for the first year, rising to £45 per month plus line rental thereafter.

Virgin Media is running the bill credit offers for the next six days, with the deals set to be withdrawn on August 26th.

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