Virgin Media aims for triple boost
A recent money-saving column in the Daily Mail stated that homeowners can often reduce their outgoings by buying up such services in a single package and Virgin seems to be keen on catching hold of those interested in the move.
Last week, it announced that its L broadband, M+ TV and M phone deals are available in a bundle for a monthly contract of £19.50, with two months of free service.
However, the company has not stopped there, now adding the same offer to its £24 a month package, which includes L broadband, L TV services and the M phone deal.
Subscribers can even add a V+HD to the latter for an additional £5 a month, which each of the bundles includes free installation and £20 off the first bill.
So, it seems that Virgin Media has its heart set on making an offer to customers that they cannot refuse, but will the range of incentives be enough to make people part with their hard-earned cash? Only time will tell.
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