Virgin Media UK Discounts Standalone Ultrafast Broadband Prices – ISPreview.co.uk

Cable ISP Virgin Media has discounted the price of their 50Mbps to 350Mbps standalone broadband packages by -£7 per month for the first 12 months of service, which for example means that you’d now pay from £30 per month (£37 from month 13) for their entry-level 50Mbps package and £45 for 350Mbps (£52 from month 13).

As usual all new customers (this offer is not for existing subscribers) will also receive a Hub 3.0 (SuperHub v3) wireless router, a 12 month minimum term contract, unlimited usage, access to Virgin’s UK network of WiFi hotspots, internet security / parental controls and email. A £35 one-off setup fee must also be paid.

Admittedly the new discount prices are still a little bit more expensive than Virgin Media’s combined broadband and phone bundles, although the post contract price on standalone broadband is generally several pounds per month cheaper than their phone bundle. Apparently this offer will only be available for a couple more days.

If you’d rather get a broadband and phone bundle then we’d recommend waiting until Monday as we think they’ll be knocking a little more off their monthly prices for the first 12 month term.

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