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Free Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 or up to £75 credit offer from Virgin Media
Friday 13 February 2015 13:48:33 by Andrew Ferguson

Virgin Media is not content with getting everyone talking about its expansion plans as a flash sale has appeared that is running until 16th February for those ordering online.

  • £25 credit offer on broadband only products, which range in price from £28.50 for 50 Mbps to £41/month for 152 Mbps.
  • £25 credit offer on the broadband and telephone bundles, remember voice line rental at £16.99 applies. Prices start with £5/month for six months then £17.50/month on the 50 Mbps bundle.
  • Big Bang TV, broadband and phone bundle attracts a £75 credit offer on top of the current £20/month for 12 months, then £32/month on an 18 month contract. Voice line rental required.
  • Big Kahuna and Big Daddy bundles orders will qualify for a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7 inch tablet. Tablet normally retails for around £130 to £140.


Posted by yellowhat about 1 year ago
It is a shame that a lot of these offers aren't available to existing customers.
Posted by victoria2001 about 1 year ago
VM prices are climbing quite steeply and as has been stated the offers as stated above are not available to existing customers. VM love to send letters which on the one hand apologise for price increases but that they are keeping them in line with RPI. Have they not noticed that inflation is very low! Perhaps existing clients start ringing their RETENTION department and enquiring what they are going to offer in an attempt to keep clients!
Posted by deadman1984 about 1 year ago
Virgin need to take BT head on invest in the areas that they use the investment they announced is actually for cities is London etc. What a waste invest in rural areas let's bring speed to everyone not just the minor few.
Posted by zyborg47 about 1 year ago
The only reason BT is investing in Rural areas is because they are getting money from the tax payer for doing so.BT invest it's own money in what will make them money simple as that, so no difference between Virgin and Bt in that regard.
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