Virgin offers free gifts with Big Kahuna bundles
New customers subscribing to one of Virgin Media’s Big Kahuna bundles will also receive a free gift if they place an order over the next three days.
Subscribers can choose between a Pure Jongo T6X portable wireless speaker (worth £199) with 10 free album downloads and a £125 retail voucher (available to use at stores including Amazon, John Lewis and M&S).
Virgin’s latest ‘flash sale’ runs from today until Wednesday 23 March. The free gift offer is available with all Big Kahuna bundles including Kahuna Movies but not Kahuna Sports 50Mb.
The Big Kahuna is one of four TV, broadband and phone bundles offered by Virgin. It boasts the provider’s fastest broadband connection (200Mbps) plus 230 TV channels, including 47 in HD, and unlimited weekend calls.
The Big Kahuna is available on 12-month contract and is currently £27.50 per month for the first six months and £59 per month thereafter.
Big Kahuna Movies
Film fans can subscribe to Big Kahuna Movies to get all of the above plus all 11 Sky Movies channels. This bundle costs £29.50 per month for 6 months then £59 per month.
Virgin offers two lower priced bundles: the Big Easy and the Big Bang. The Big Easy offers 50Mbps broadband and the standard 60 Freeview channels, including 10 in HD, for £9 per month for 9 months (£24 per month thereafter).
For customers who want a faster connection, the Big Bang provides 100Mbps broadband and takes the number of channels to 130, with 11 of them in HD. New customers can subscribe for £17 per month for 6 months then £34 per month.
All four packages offer unlimited weekend calls, which means there is a line rental fee of £17.99 payable on top of the bundle price.
Virgin has given away Pure speakers with its bundle deals before. Last month, the provider offered the portable S3 wireless speaker to customers signing up to the Big Bundle, VIVID Broadband or VIVID Broadband & Calls packages.
The Pure Jongo T6X has a 100W stereo speaker and is wi-fi and Bluetooth compatible. The device has a multi-room function allowing music to be streamed synchronously around the home.
Earlier this week, Virgin revealed it will be scrapping its free calls app and cloud storage facility Webspace next month. The move comes as more of the providers' customers are choosing to use alternative apps and services.
Virgin is encouraging its Webspace users to save any content from their website before 28 April if they wish to avoid losing anything. It has teamed up with GoDaddy to bring customers 12 months' free hosting services, a free website builder, domain name and professional email as a replacement for Webspace.
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