Virgin Media latest deal offers customers a free gift or money off their bill

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Virgin Media continues to tempt new customers with tantalising offers. The latest of which arrives with a choice of either a free Amazon Echo Dot or Echo Show 5 depending on which plan you pick. Regardless of which device you pick, these deals all come with a free year of Amazon Prime.

Let’s kick things off with Virgin Media’s TV, broadband and phone bundles.

Whether you opt for a standard package or a souped-up Oomph tariff, you’re getting a free Amazon Echo and Amazon Prime.

Here’s a full list of applicable Virgin Media bundles:

• Virgin Media Big Bundle (54Mbps average internet speeds, over 110 channels and a TiVo Box) with a free Amazon Echo Dot and Amazon Prime – £33 per month for the first year GET THE DEAL HERE

• Virgin Media Big Bundle and Drama Pick (108Mbps average internet speeds, over 150 channels and a V6 Box) with a free Amazon Echo Dot and Amazon Prime – £38 per month for the first year GET THE DEAL HERE

• Virgin Media Bigger Bundle (213Mbps average internet speeds, over 250 channels and a V6 Box) with a free Amazon Echo Show 5 and Amazon Prime – £60 per month for the first year GET THE DEAL HERE

• Virgin Media Ultimate Oomph bundle (516Mbps average internet speeds, over 270 channels, two V6 Boxes and an unlimited 4G SIM) with a free Amazon Echo Show 5 and Amazon Prime – £99 per month for the first year GET THE DEAL HERE

• Virgin Media Oomph Bundle (108Mbps average internet speeds, over 110 channels, a TiVo Box and a 2GB 4G data SIM) with a free Amazon Echo Dot and Amazon Prime – £41 per month for the first year GET THE DEAL HERE

• Virgin Media Big Oomph Bundle (213Mbps average internet speeds, over 150 channels, a V6 Box and a 2GB 4G data SIM) with a free Amazon Echo Dot and Amazon Prime – £46 per month for the first year GET THE DEAL HERE

• Virgin Media Bigger Oomph Bundle (362Mbps average internet speeds, over 250 channels, a V6 Box and a 2GB 4G data SIM) with a free Amazon Echo Show 5 and Amazon Prime – £68 per month for the first year GET THE DEAL HERE

Don’t fancy Virgin Media’s TV offerings?

Well, we have some good news. The company is giving away a free Amazon Echo Dot or a £50 bill credit to customers that opt-in to any of its standard phone and broadband plans.

Here’s a full rundown of each:

• Virgin Media M50 plan (54Mbps average download speeds and a phone line for use on weekends) with a free Amazon Echo Dot or £50 bill credit – £28 per month for the first year GET THE DEAL HERE

• Virgin Media M100 plan (108Mbps average download speed and a phone line for use on weekends) with a free Amazon Echo Dot or £50 bill credit – £33 per month for the first year GET THE DEAL HERE

• Virgin Media M200 plan (213Mbps average download speed and a phone line for use on weekends) with a free Amazon Echo Dot or £50 bill credit – £38 per month for the first year GET THE DEAL HERE

• Virgin Media M350 plan (362Mbps average download speed and a phone line for use on weekends) with a free Amazon Echo Dot or £50 bill credit – £43 per month for the first year GET THE DEAL HERE

Although they don’t come with any freebies, Virgin Media is also discounting its broadband-only plans by £84 each.

GET VIRGIN MEDIA’S BROADBAND-ONLY PLANS HERE

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