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Virgin Media offers customers a FREE Xbox One – Here’s how to get yours

Virgin Media offers customers a FREE Xbox One - Here's how to get yours 46

Virgin Media is often trying to entice new customers to its TV and broadband service with the promise of lower prices but now there’s another big reason to consider making the switch. The firm has just announced a limited-time deal which offers a free Xbox One S console.

This gaming machine is one of Microsoft’s most powerful to date and this offer even includes a copy of the brilliant Forza Horizon 4 driving game.

YOU CAN FIND THE VIRGIN MEDIA FREE XBOX DEAL HERE

If this sounds like something you fancy then there is just one catch.

To take advantage of this deal you need to be a new customer and you’ll also have to sign up the premium Ultimate Oomph bundle which is Virgin’s most expensive service.

Currently priced at £89 per month, Oomph includes the UK’s fastest widely available broadband with average download speeds of 516Mbps, 270 TV channels including Sky Cinema, Sky Sports and BT Sport in 4k as well as a mobile SIM with truly unlimited data, texts and calls.

Virgin says that the offer is available until tomorrow, Wednesday 22 January.

If that sounds a little on the pricy side then there more deals from Virgin which are a bit cheaper.

Perhaps some of the best discounts are for the firm’s broadband and phone bundles which have all been slashed in price.

These cuts mean you can now get the internet beamed into your home for just £27 per month.

Here’s all the deals from Virgin Media.

VIRGIN MEDIA DEALS • GET THE OFFERS HERE

Virgin M100 broadband – WAS £33 • NOW £27
Includes speeds of 108Mbps plus talk weekends • 12 month deal with prices rising to £49 after the contract has ended.

Virgin M200 broadband – WAS £38 • NOW £32
Includes speeds of 213Mbps plus talk weekends • 12 month deal with prices rising to £54 after the contract has ended.

Virgin M350 broadband – WAS £43 • NOW £37
Includes speeds of 213Mbps plus talk weekends • 12 month deal with prices rising to £59 after the contract has ended.

 

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