Virgin Media to Raise Broadband Prices by 11%

Virgin Media to Raise Broadband Prices by 11%

The latest pricing news is that, with effect from 1st October, Virgin Media is to deliver inflation-busting tariff increases of up to 11.1%, with the monthly cost of its broadband jumping by £2.50.

Currently, Virgin’s 30Mb broadband-only service costs £22.50 a month, but this tariff will rise to £25 from October. Those using Virgin’s 60Mb service will also see their monthly fee rise by £2.50, from £27.50 to £30. This is a lesser – but still substantial – increase of 9.1%. Likewise, Virgin’s student broadband tariffs will go up by £2.50 a month from 1st October.

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Sony has confirmed Virgin Media has its official UK ISP partner for the forthcoming PS4 release, now confirmed for November 29 in Europe. In a post on its official blog, Virgin said it had plenty of benefits in store for broadband customers who splash out on a PS4, but did not go into specifics. In its announcement, Virgin Media’s Jon James, the executive director of broadband and digital entertainment, said the benefits for its customers will be announced soon.

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