Commenting on the launch of Virgin Media’s flexible new bundles which include superfast broadband, mobile SIM, TV and home phone, Ernest Doku, telecoms expert at Uswitch.com, says: “Virgin is already the market leader in bundles, and this way of paying for your telecoms services can seriously drive costs down. Bundling also makes paying your bills simpler – because you’re dealing with one provider rather than four.
“Perhaps the biggest draw of Virgin’s new bundles is the super-fast home broadband – with a minimum speed of 50Mbps. This, coupled with the flexibility to tailor TV packages, makes these Big Bundles very attractive.
“Virgin’s quad-play bundles are likely to be popular with families, as the SIM could be used with an older handset and given to your kids. But the mobile offering isn’t as strong as it could be as each bundle only includes single SIM – with just 250MB of data.
“Before you opt for a bundle deal it’s important you make sure it’s right for your usage. While the cost of the package is obviously key, it’s not the only consideration. Review your current usage by checking your recent bills, paying close attention to your monthly usage of minutes and texts, and your broadband download limit, and make sure the bundle you choose reflects this.
“If TV is an important part of your bundle make sure that the choice of channels and functionality is the best one for the whole household.”
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