Landline Comparison reveals Virgin Media announce a 30MB broadband to replace its current 20MB offering.
Last updated - 31/03/2011
Cable broadband provider, Virgin Media (www.virginmedia.com), have announced that a new 30MB landline and broadband deal is to replace it’s existing offering of 20MB broadband. The new service will be offered from 1st February and existing customers, on the 20MB broadband service can upgrade for a one-off payment.
The announcement follows hot on the heels of the continued roll-out last month of Virgin’s ultra-fast 100MB broadband service. The growth in broadband service is seen to match the growing demand from consumers – due largely to more households having multiple PC’s and users accessing more services that require fast download speeds, e.g. on-line gaming and video streaming.
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Virgin also claim that they will be able to deliver broadband speeds much closer to the ‘up to’ limit than their competitors who use telephone wires to deliver their broadband services.
Jon James, executive director of broadband at Virgin Media explained: “As consumers continually demand more and more from their broadband, the unique power of our next-generation network means that we’re able to turn up the dial to meet their needs. With so many devices connecting to the internet at home these days, our new 30Mb service will give Virgin Media families that extra boost needed to make everything run smoothly, with speeds that don’t slow down depending on where you live.”
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