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Free photographs for Virgin broadband customers

Virgin broadband uers will now get free photos


Snapfish had the quickest upload speeds in our tests.

Virgin broadband users can now get free photographs from online photo processor Snapfish.

Subscribers to Virgin broadband will be able to get free photographs each month. The number of free pictures depends on the package you’re signed up to. 

Those on the M or L package will get 25 free photos a month, XL customers will get 50 a month and those signed up to XXL can get a massive 100 photographs free each month.

The first three months will be delivered without charge, but after that Virgin customers will have to pay for postage and packaging. This currently costs 99p for up to 50 photographs, or £1.49 for the 100 photograph package. 

Upgrade for more free photos

If you have Virgin broadband but you’re not an XL customer you can upgrade your package to give you 100 photographs a month for £5. This works out at 5p a photograph, which is 4p cheaper than buying directly from the Snapfish website as a regular customer.

Which? photo processing expert, Lizzy Payne, said: ‘If you’re already signed up to Virgin broadband this seems like a really good deal. 

In our recent test of photo processing services we found the Snapfish website easy to use, and the photographs were reasonably good. We were particularly impressed with the speedy upload times from Snapfish, they were by far the quickest online processor we tested.’

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Virgin broadband is above average when it comes to connection speeds. 

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Our survey of broadband users indicates that Virgin Media is above average for connection seed and average for how easy it is to set up, reliability of connection, customer service and telephone support.

For more information about broadband speeds, reliability read our broadband reviews. 

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