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Virgin Media has added another sweetener to its range of broadband and home phone packages - the promise of £55 off for new subscribers.

For a limited time only, consumers who sign up online using the 'USWITCH55' promotion code can take secure additional credit on their account.

The offer applies across Virgin Media's range of home phone and broadband dual-play packages - including its up to 50Mb, 100Mb and 152Mb tariffs.

With each of the broadband deals, subscribers have access to unlimited super-fast broadband - allowing them to enjoy a full range of online services.

The entry-level package for the £55 off deal is Virgin Media 50Mb Broadband & Phone. Customers pay just £4 per month plus line rental for six months, rising to £15.50 per month plus line rental thereafter.

In addition to 50Mb broadband with no usage cap, they receive unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines and Virgin mobile numbers.

A free installation and wireless router - which provides broadband access to a variety of web-enabled devices - add to the savings possible with this package.

Consumers seeking faster download speeds can also benefit from Virgin Media's cashback promotion.

Those signing up for 100Mb unlimited broadband pay £6 per month plus line rental for the first four months, rising to £20.50 per month plus line rental after the introductory period.

Again, a free router and installation are included, along with unlimited weekend calls.

The top-tier 152Mb package - which offers Virgin Media's fastest download speeds - is priced at £22.50 per month plus line rental for the first year, rising to £28 per month plus line rental thereafter.

On each of the three speed tariffs, customers are required to sign up to an 18-month minimum contract.

Consumers have until the end of the month to take advantage of the special offer, with Virgin Media set to end the promotion on October 31st.

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