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Virgin Media has relaunched its free Netflix offer, giving broadband deal subscribers the chance to access the content streaming service for no charge.

Consumers signing up for the Big Easy, Big Bang, Big Kahuna and Big Daddy bundles can enjoy a six-month Netflix subscription at no extra cost.

This means they can watch hundreds of films and TV shows online, on-demand via their connected TV sets or a range of other web-enabled devices.

Netflix offers access to a host of content, including a number of original-commission shows such as 'Breaking Bad' and 'House of Cards'.

Plans are available from £5.99 per month, allowing subscribers to enjoy unlimited film and programme downloads.

The addition of six months' free Netflix means consumers can now benefit from even greater value for money on Virgin Media broadband packages.

Virgin Media's Big Easy bundle is priced at £15 per month plus line rental for 12 months, rising to £20 per month plus line rental thereafter.

For this, customers receive up to 50Mb unlimited broadband, weekend calls, more than 60 TV channels and a TiVo set-top box.

Consumers can access up to 100Mb downloads speeds, weekend calls and 130 TV channels with the Big Bang bundle, which is priced at £20 per month plus line rental, rising to £30 per month plus line rental after 12 months.

Top download speeds of 152Mb are available - alongside premium TV and call services - with the Big Kahuna and Big Daddy broadband bundles.

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