Virgin Media has just announced the launch of a new flash sale which is offering customers a free Samsung gift or money off their bill.
This latest deal has just gone live this morning with the broadband firm saying it will continue until May 15.
Those who sign up to the certain bundles will get a free Samsung Gear Sport watch or £150 credit which can be used to reduce your bill.
If you opt for the Samsung Gear Sport you’ll be treated to a device that can monitor your daily fitness regime and track what you are eating.
The Gear Sport even has a water-resistant rating of 5ATM or 50 meters so can be worn for your morning swim with every stroke stored so you can see how many calories have been burned.
Virgin says that those signing up to its Full House, Full House Sports and new VIP package can take advantage of this offer with prices starting from £53 per month.
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The firm recently refreshed its bundles to now include the option called V.VIP.
This includes the UK’s fastest widely available broadband with average download speeds of 516Mbps as well as a mobile SIM with truly unlimited data, texts and calls.
Plus, there’s TV with two of Virgin TV’s latest V6 set-top boxes complete with more than 300 channels including Sky Sports HD, Sky Cinema HD and BT Sport in 4K Ultra HD, as well as inclusive anytime landline calls.
V.VIP is £99 per month for 12 months.
News of this price cut comes as it’s been revealed that UK households are benefiting from faster, more reliable internet as new Ofcom research reveals average broadband speeds have jumped nearly 20% in the last year.
Ofcom’s annual Home broadband performance report compares how different broadband packages perform, using data from monitors installed on people’s broadband routers.
For the first time, the average download speeds people receive has passed the 50 Mbit/s mark – rising by 18% in the last year to 54.2 Mbit/s.
Upload speeds, which are increasingly important as more people look to work from home or share videos online, have also increased – up 15% to 7.2 Mbit/s. Both download and upload speeds have more than doubled in the last five years.