Virgin Media VIP bundle deal that’s making bargain hunters very happy
If you’re looking to upgrade your telly package, it seems you’ve picked a great time, as a very impressive offer on Virgin Media’s VIP bundle deal has just gone live.
Included in the bundle is essentially everything the broadband service offers, such as Sky Sports, Sky Cinema, BT Sport (including 4K), fibre broadband and a phoneline, so you won’t need to add anything else on top.
Having just slashed another £10 off the deal today, the complete VIP bundle is now available for £79 a month.
The offer includes all Sky Sports and cinema channels in HD, as well as the BT Sport channels including UHD. On top of that you’ll get fast broadband and exclusive calls.
A great offer for anyone that wants to access Sky Sports, Sky Cinema and BT Sport without paying the sky-high prices of Sky Q. The only thing missing between the Virgin Media VIP bundle and the Sky Q one are the UHD versions of the Sky Sports and Cinema channels plus Sky Atlantic.
Originally spotted on deals forum hotukdeals, the offer includes full house TV and sports and movies, all Sky Sports channels in HD, new BT sport collection with 4K Ultra HD, all Sky Cinema channels in HD, players, catch up and TV boxsets, over 260 + channels, the ability to watch Netflix on your TV if you’re subscribed to it, as well as pause, rewind and record TV capabilities, plus two lots of Virgin TV V6 boxes.
As for the broadband, the Vivid 350 includes ultrafast unlimited broadband, average download speeds of 362Mbps, average upload speeds of 21Mbps, plus the ability to stream HD, watch 4K and more all at once.
Still would prefer Sky? One commenter on hotukdeal’s post claims that "I can guarantee you call sky and tell them this deal and they will match it", so you could always give that one a go first, but they’re under no obligation to do so.
If you do opt for the Virgin Media bundle, it will include a £20 set up fee, and you’ll be committed to your £79 per month for a year.
Following 12 months, it will then jump to £129 a month instead, so make sure you opt out once your year is done.
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