Virgin Media has announced it has cut the price of its 50Mbps to 200Mbps broadband and phone bundles.
The company has offered a number of sweeteners to its deals, ranging from 12-month discounts to forgoing line rental, which remains at £16.99 or £13.66 when pre-paid a year in advance.
All customers signing up to the revised bundles will be subject to an 18-month contract and receive a free SuperHub wireless router, as well as unlimited usage and unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines.
Subscribers will also have free access to Virgin's various WiFi hotpots, free internet security and parental controls.
The cheapest deal is the Virgin Media's Superfibre 50 Broadband and calls package, which offers 50 Mbps speeds for £5 for 12 months.
At the other end of the price spectrum is Virgin's Big Daddy Bundle, which subscribers can snap up for £84.99, which comes with a nine-month discount.
As well as a 200 Mbps Vivid fibre optic broadband service, the package gives access to over 230 channels, weekend calls and free self-installation with QuickStart.
By signing up online, subscribers will also bag a free 1TB TiVo box plus a free Virgin Media Super Hub.