Virgin Launch 50Mb Next Generation Broadband
Virgin Media has today launched its 50Mb next generation broadband service – putting the ISP top of the broadband speed tables.
Known as Virgin Broadband XXL, the high speed service is initially available in parts of Scotland, the Midlands and South London – And will be rolled out to the rest of the 12.6 million UK homes covered by Virgin’s fibre optic network by July 2009.
The new 50Mb next-gen Virgin Broadband service costs just £35 a month when taken with a Virgin Media phone line for £11 a month or £51 per month on its own.
Customers will receive a free wireless ‘N’ router and wireless ‘N’ USB adaptor as part of a special launch offer. Free PCguard Total internet security is also provided, while a standard £30 installation fee applies.
The launch of the 50Mb next generation broadband service follows the company’s extensive trials in Kent during 2008.
To find out more detailed information on Virgin’s range of broadband packages please visit our Virgin Broadband review.