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Virgin Media is offering hundreds of pounds worth of freebies with some of its Big Kahuna packages for a limited period.

Between now and March 23rd - this Wednesday - new customers will be offered a choice between a wireless speaker worth £199, plus ten free album downloads, or a £125 retail voucher for Amazon, John Lewis or M&S with selected bundles. 

Alternatively, subscribers could choose to have £125 worth of bill credit when they purchase a Big Kahuna package.

It's a more generous proposition than what was offered in last week's flash sale, in which subscribers were offered 100 bill credit, a £100 retail voucher for Amazon, M&S or John Lewis or a wireless speaker (RRP £129) plus five album downloads.

Among the deals offering these freebies is the Virgin Media Big Kahuna Bundle - a 12-month contract offering 200Mbps SuperFibre broadband and unlimited downloads.

Costing £27.50 (plus £17.99 line rental), the deal includes unlimited weekend calls and more than 230 TV channels, including HD, BT Sport and Sky channels.

These incentives are also being offered with the Virgin Media Big Kahuna Bundle + Sky Movies deal.

This package offers up to 200Mbps Vivid fibre broadband and unlimited downloads. The 12-month contract, which costs £29.50 (plus £17.99 line rental), also includes weekend calls and more than 230 TV channels such as BT Sport and Sky Movies.

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