Virgin Media has slashed the price of its mobile broadband service for customers also subscribing to Virgin fixed-line broadband.
Virgin Media customers who subscribe to Virgin’s Broadband L, XL or ADSL Bundle 1 packages can get 1GB mobile broadband for £5 extra a month.
The company is also offering a £10-per-month mobile broadband deal to those subscribing to its ‘M’ cable broadband package, the ADSL ‘Bundle 2’ product, or the company’s basic ADSL up to 8Mbps Unlimited Broadband service.
Non-Virgin Media broadband customers can get the 1GB mobile broadband deal for £10 per month or subscribe to a 3GB service for £15 per month on an 18 month contract.
Virgin broadband on the move
Virgin Media is new to the mobile broadband market, and only announced its Virgin mobile broadband service in October.
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