Virgin Media customers have HOURS left to secure £150 off bills before record price rise

Usually priced at £39 a month, with a hefty £35 upfront set-up cost, the latest price sees your monthly bills plummet to £29.99 a month. Not only that, but Virgin Media is temporarily waiving the upfront fee too. So, you’ll save an extra £35 bills over the course of your contract …not to mention, you’ll only need to pay £29.99 when you sign-up to ensure you get all of the equipment sent to you and set-up. If you sign-up before January 12, Virgin Media will also offer a Fitbit Inspire 2 tracker to help keep tabs on your new year resolutions. If you don’t fancy a Fitbit, you can choose £75 bill credit too – enough to cover the first two months entirely!

If you want to unlock the best freebies available before the midnight deadline tonight, you’ll need to look at the Bigger Bundle. This arrives with the same M100 fibre broadband speeds and free weekend calls. The difference is the 190 channels that come bundled with the Virgin TV 360 box in this bundle, including BT Sport, BT Sport ESPN HD, Eurosport, Sky Sports News HD, MTV, National Geographic, Discovery HD, Sky History HD, Sky Documentaries HD, Sky Nature, Paramount Network HD, Sky Arts HD, Comedy Central, Sky Comedy HD, Sky Crime HD, Sky Showcase HD, and many more.

Outside of this deal, you could usually expect to pay £57 a month. But with this latest deal, you’ll only pay £45 a month. Just like the above deal, you won’t pay the £35 set-up fee either – another saving. You’ll also be able to choose between a Fitbit Versa 3 smartwatch, worth £199 and packed with fitness features to track runs, yoga, swimming, and more, or £150 bill credit. If you choose the latter, you won’t need to reach for your wallet for the first three months of your new broadband and telly bundle.

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