Virgin Media is offering new customers a six-month Netflix subscription with its entertainment packages.
This will give subscribers access to hit series such as Stranger Things and The Defenders, as well as the new series of The Crown, which starts this Friday (December 8th).
The Netflix offer comes with Virgin Media's Mix, Full House, Full House Movies and VIP packages.
The Mix bundle costs £46 a month for 12 months, plus a £20 activation fee, before going up to £55 a month.
Subscribers will receive broadband speeds of up to 100Mbps and unlimited downloads, along with popular TV channels including Sky 1, MTV and Fox, catch-up platforms and the ability to pause, rewind and record TV.
The Full House TV bundle also offers 100Mbps broadband and unlimited downloads, along with more than 230 TV channels including all the BT Sport channels in HD, catch-up services and Virgin TV box sets.
This option costs £56 a month for 12 months, plus a £20 activation fee, and then £70 a month.
Subscribers to the Full House Movies package will get broadband speeds of up to 200Mbps and all the Sky Cinema and BT Sport channels in HD.
This costs £62 a month for 12 months, along with a £20 activation fee, before going up to £80 a month.
Virgin Media's VIP bundle offers up to 300Mbps fibre broadband, as well as all the BT Sport, Sky Cinema and Sky Sports channels in HD.
This option costs £91 a month for 12 months, plus a £20 activation fee, and then £125 a month.
"These bundles are perfect for box-set bingers and come with Virgin TV’s small, smart and fast V6 box and ultrafast Virgin Fibre broadband starting at 100Mbps," the provider commented. "On top of lightning-fast connectivity to stream Netflix on multiple devices around the home, Virgin Media customers will be able to enjoy hundreds of epic live channels and catch up."