Virgin Media throwing in free Google gift worth £220 with broadband and TV plans

Virgin Media is gifting away free Google Nest Hubs – value as much as £220 – when new clients signal as much as get a broadband, TV and cellphone bundle. The deal – which is just accessible till the top of Wednesday July 27 – is on the market on Virgin Media plans that price as little as £33 a month. If this deal wasn’t sufficient, Virgin Media has additionally scrapped its set-up payment which normally prices £35.

Alternatively, if you do not need a Google Nest Hub at no cost you may get cash to place in direction of your invoice.

There are two units of freebies accessible – and which freebie you get will depend upon which plan you get.

When you select the Virgin Media Large Bundle (£33 a month) or Large Bundle + Drama & Docs (£37.99 a month) you will get both a Google Nest Hub Gen 2 (value £89.99) or £75 invoice credit score.

Each of those plans include Virgin Media’s M200 Fibre broadband (which boasts common obtain speeds of 213Mbps), limitless weekend calls to landlines and Virgin Cellular numbers, plus Virgin Media TV.

The Large Bundle presents entry to over 100 channels, whereas Large Bundle + Drama & Docs will allow you to tune in to over 145 channels.

Each of those plans, and all Virgin Media TV plans, provide entry to the Virgin Media TV360 box- which helps you to pause and rewind dwell tv, arrange sequence hyperlinks so that you by no means miss an episode of your favorite present, or entry apps similar to iPlayer, YouTube, Netflix and Prime Video all by your Virgin Media field.

Virgin Media can also be providing a Google Nest Hub Max (value £219.99) or £150 invoice credit score with the Greater Bundle, Greater Bundle + Films, Greater Bundle + Sports activities, Largest TV and Final Volt plans.

The Greater Bundle (£45 a month), Greater bundle + Films (£62 a month) and Greater Bundle + Sports activities (£72 a month) plans all include the M100 fibre broadband – which presents common obtain speeds of 108Mbps – and limitless weekend calls to landlines and Virgin Media mobiles.

However the quantity of TV channels you get will differ. With Greater Bundle you will get entry to over 190 channels, Greater Bundle + Films will provide entry to over 200 channels together with Sky Cinema and Greater Bundle + Sports activities presents entry to over 195 channels together with Sky Sports activities.

All of those plans additionally provide entry to BT Sport, so you can tune into Premier League, Champions League and Europa League soccer plus Ligue 1 and Collection A matches, MotoGP, UFC, WWE and extra.

The Greater Volt bundle – in the meantime – which prices £53 a month presents entry to over 190 TV channels together with BT Sport, M200 Fibre broadband, a 10GB O2 cellular SIM and limitless weekend landline calls.

The costliest bundle which presents a free Google Nest Hub – the Final Volt bundle – prices £85 a month.

It is a full works package deal which presents entry to Netflix, Sky Cinema, Sky Sports activities, BT Sports activities, limitless landline calls and entry to Virgin Media’s Gig1 Fibre broadband.

This gigabit succesful broadband boasts common obtain speeds of 1,130Mbps – which might allow you to obtain a Blu-ray high quality film in round half a minute.

In whole you will have entry to over 230 TV channels if you signal as much as the Final Volt bundle.

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