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Virgin Media says it has launched its "hottest ever sale" on broadband bundles, as the firm offers 12-month discounts on a number of triple and quad-play packages.

New subscribers can take advantage of reduced prices for the first 12 months of an 18-month contract when signing up for one of the firm's Big Bundles.

The entry-level option is Virgin Media's Big Easy package, which is currently available for just £12.99 per month plus line rental, down from £22 per month plus line rental.

This means new subscribers can save £108.12 on their broadband, home phone and TV bills over the first year of their contract.

The Big Easy offers up to 50Mb download speeds with unlimited data, plus a free wireless router, free installation and inclusive weekend calls.

Subscribers also receive a 500GB TiVo set-top box, allowing them to watch more than 60 TV channels, and access catch-up and on-demand content.

Viewers can pause, rewind and record live television, and access their channels on a range of connected mobile devices.

Big Easy subscribers can add on a free mobile SIM to their broadband bundle - offering call minutes, texts and mobile broadband data - from £5 extra per month.

Virgin Media is also offering discounts on its premium Big Bundles, including the top-tier Big Daddy package.

This offers unlimited up to 152Mb download speeds, a free Super Hub, free installation and anytime calls to UK landlines and Virgin Mobile numbers.

Subscribers can watch more than 260 TV channels - including Sky Movies, Sky Sports and BT Sport - and take advantage of additional storage capacity courtesy of a 1TB TiVo box.

Again, they have the option of adding a mobile SIM from £5 to turn their broadband deal into a quad-play bundle.

The Big Daddy is available at £19.01 per month discount for a whole year, enabling customers to save £228.12 on their introductory bills.

The deal is priced at an initial £79.99 per month plus line rental for 12 months, rising to £99 per month plus line rental thereafter.

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