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Virgin Media unleashes ultimate broadband deal that BT and Sky cannot match

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Fancy getting ultrafast broadband without paying a hefty premium? It could be price testing Virgin Media’s latest offering with the Web Service Provider (ISP) slashing the value of its best-ever speeds to under £40 per 30 days. Virgin’s Gig1 plan offers downloads in excess of 900Mbps – at that rate, it could take under 30 seconds to download a full 4K movie.

This ultimate broadband often costs £62 per 30 days but because of the firm’s Winter Sale event, that price has been slashed to simply £39.99 saving you almost £400 over the 18-month contract.

That is one in every of Virgin’s lowest prices and beats rivals resembling Sky and BT. For instance, Sky’s barely slower 500Mbps speeds currently cost £45 per 30 days.

BT is offering its 900Mbps service for half price (£27.99) however the deal only lasts for the primary six months with things then rising to £55.99. Over the term of the contract, this offer also works out barely dearer than Virgin’s £39.99 per deal.

Together with cutting the fee, Virgin’s Gig1 plan can be free to hitch with the firm currently not requiring recent customers to pay a set-up fee.

If that sounds enticing yow will discover the Gig1 deal here.

Together with that ultrafast discount, there are another deals currently available from Virgin including 500Mbps speeds for £32 per 30 days and 362Mbps downloads for £27 per 30 days.

Like BT, Virgin can be offering one plan at half price for six months. Which means customers pay just £15 for the M350 service although that price does rise to £30 after the initial period ends.

These deals come at a superb time for broadband users with prices set to rise by record amounts in 2023. BT has already confirmed that it would hike prices by a whopping 14.4 percent within the spring which is one in every of the largest rise ever.

That vast increase will see customers who currently pay £60 per 30 days seeing their yearly bill go up by over £100. EE, Plusnet, Vodafone and TalkTalk have also announced similar rises which is able to all come into effect soon. Clearly, the lower your bill is now, the less you will pay when the increases come into force.

Virgin and Sky are yet to announce their greater costs for purchasers but expect an identical amount to be added to bills later this yr.

CONFIRMED BROADBAND RISES SO FAR

BT 10.5% CPI + 3.9% = 14.4%

EE 10.5% CPI + 3.9% = 14.4%

Plusnet 10.5% CPI + 3.9% = 14.4%

Vodafone 10.5% CPI + 3.9% = 14.4%

TalkTalk 10.5% CPI + 3.7% = 14.2%

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