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Get a Free Xbox One When You Sign Up for Virgin Media Broadband


Virgin Media is raising the bar for introductory offers by throwing in a free 1TB Xbox One S console AND two free games for new broadband and TV customers.

The two games customers will get are the adrenaline-fuelled driving simulator Forza Horizon 4, and the ancient Greek action-stealth epic Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.

Those who don’t want the Xbox (maybe you’ve already got a PS4, or maybe you just don’t like video games) can opt instead to get £150 worth of bill credit. Since the Xbox One S retails for just shy of £250, you’re getting a better deal with the console, but £150 worth of credit isn’t to be sniffed at.

Whichever gift you pick, you’ll need to act quickly though: the offer ends at midnight on Wednesday 24th October.

The offer is available for customers who sign up for the following two plans:

  • Virgin Media VIP Bundle, which comes in at £89 a month for the first 12 months (£129 a month thereafter), with a £20 sign-up fee. That £89 will get you the full set of Virgin’s 260 channels, including all Sky Movies and Sports channels (in Full HD), and broadband with an average download speed of 362Mbps.
  • Virgin Media Full House + Sports Bundle, which costs £77 a month (£104 a month thereafter), with a £20 set up fee. You’ll get a slightly slower connection than with the VIP Bundle (213Mbps v 362 Mbps), and you won’t get quite as many TV channels (230 v 260) – but you will still get mainstays like BT Sport and Sky Sports.

Compare Virgin Media broadband deals now.


Danny Lord
Danny Lord

Danny is our Editor-in-Chief, and has been writing news and guides for comparison sites for the last five years.

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