Virgin Media is renowned for its frequent deals that make its services even more affordable.
The latest of which is cutting the price of the firm’s “big bundle” that comes with speedy broadband, a range of TV channels and the ability to make calls on weekends.
The package is usually priced at £38 per month but Virgin Media is slashing the cost to £29 for 12 months.
All in all, those that take advantage of the offer will save £108.
It is worth noting this package also requires customers to pay a £25 set up fee.
After the first 12 months the price of the plan will rise to £59 on a 12-month contract.
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The new deal from Virgin Media comes as the provider delivered a major announcement to customers.
The British company has previously revealed it is bringing Amazon Prime Video to its V6 customers.
While the date of such an upgrade was previously unknown, it has since been revealed it will arrive this summer.
A Virgin Media spokesperson told T3: “The wait is almost over for Virgin Media customers with the launch of Amazon Prime Video on our V6 box this summer.
“Our customers will be able to seamlessly search for and watch thousands of TV shows, movies and Amazon Originals plus live Premier League games being shown in December. Amazon’s Ultra High Definition content will also be available.”
The announcement of the upgrade will surely be appreciated by those that enjoy Prime Video’s range of exclusive content such as The Grand Tour.
To add to the good news for fans, Virgin Media also recently declared those that are subscribed to its TV service will be able to watch Wimbledon this year in 4K and HDR.
Such a move puts Virgin Media at a big advantage over Sky that will not show the illustrious tournament in HDR.
Virgin Media customers will need a V6 box to watch content in the gorgeous resolution.
It is worth noting the BBC will also be showing action from the All England Club in 4K, too.