Virgin sale offers £100 Amazon vouchers, 6 months Netflix

Virgin sale offers £100 Amazon vouchers, 6 months Netflix

Wednesday, 13 December, 2017

Virgin is laying it all on the line with new broadband and TV customers able to pick a £100 voucher to spend on Amazon, John Lewis or Marks and Spencers.

Anyone taking Virgin’s Full House bundle – 100Mbps broadband and above, with Full House TV – will get access to the deal.

But the offer only lasts until midnight on Thursday 14 December so if this appeals to you then don’t hang around.

Get access to the deal with this link.

Pro Tip: Full House TV with 50Mbps broadband is not included in the deal so you’ll have to take at least Virgin’s VIVID 100 (100Mbps) broadband.

What you get

  • 100Mbps broadband
  • 6 months free Netflix subscription
  • Full House TV bundle with 230 channels
  • £100 online shopping voucher
  • All BT Sport channels in HD
  • Virgin V6 Tivo box to record, pause and rewind live TV
  • Talk Weekends with inclusive weekend phone calls

Full House TV Bundle

Full House TV is one of Virgin’s most comprehensive TV packages.

You get more than 230 channels and 50 HD channels to watch, including premium pay-channels that aren’t available on Virgin’s TV Player or TV Mix bundles.

Included are: BT Sport 1, 2, 3 and 4 in HD, the Disney channels, National Geographic Wild in HD, Virgin TV Box Sets, Nickelodeon, Sky Sports Mix and Sky Living HD, and catchup players including BBC iPlayer, All4, Youtube, Vevo and Sky On Demand.

See all Full House bundle channels

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