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Virgin Media launches Collections with TiVo as standard

Available at half price for six months

Virgin Media has launched its Collections bundles which come with 'superfast' broadband and TiVo as standard.

The revamped bundles now come with a minimum of 30Mb broadband and Virgin Media's TiVo box. The firm said the deals: "meet the increasing mainstream demand for faster broadband and intelligent connected TV services, whilst also providing unprecedented value for consumers."

The news comes after the firm completed its 100Mb broadband rollout ahead of schedule last week. Collections start at £25 per month which gets you 30Mb broadband, a 500GB TiVo box, 75 channels and 6 HD channels.

All of Virgin Media's TV services come with catch-up such as BBC iPlayer and 4OD, on-demand TV and HD TV as standard.

Virgin Media is offering Collections to new customers for half price for the first six months when they take out an 18 month contract. Premiere and VIP Collections are priced at £45 and £95 per month, respectively.

The only hidden fees here are the line rental which costs a further £13.90 per month and a one off installation fee of £49.95 for new customers.

Andrew Barron, chief operating officer at Virgin Media said: "This is the first time we've combined these leading products in this way and these ground-breaking Collections mark a new chapter for digital services in the UK, with superfast broadband and next-generation TV services now attracting the mass consumer market and families looking for the best way to enjoy their digital lives across the numerous connected devices found inside – or outside – the home today."


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