Virgin Media offers customers a FREE Nintendo Switch and here's how to get yours

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Virgin Media has revealed its latest offer and it’s perfect for fans of the Nintendo franchise. For the next few days, the broadband and TV supplier is giving away a Nintendo Switch console, worth £279.99, to anyone who signs up to some of its most popular bundles.

The deal, which is for new customers only, is available on Virgin’s Bigger bundle and Bigger bundle + Movies which both include TV and broadband.

As well as getting a free portable games console, Virgin has also cut the price of the Bigger Bundle from £57 per month to £45 per month.

This deal includes 108Mbps broadband, over 220 channels, a V6 set-top box and Talk Weekends.

FIND THE FREE SWITCH DEAL HERE

If you want to tune into the latest blockbuster movies then the Bigger bundle + Movies costs £60 per month and includes faster 213Mbps broadband and over 240 channels.

Those that don’t fancy the Switch can also grab £150 bill credit instead.

One final deal from Virgin Media is the for the firm’s Ultimate Oomph package.

Although there’s no console included in this promotion you do get a price cut of £10 per month.

This means you’ll be treated to 516Mbps broadband, an unlimited SIM for your phone and over 270 channels for £79 per month.

YOU CAN FIND ALL OF THE DEALS HERE

Along with cutting the cost of its TV bundles Virgin has also announced that it’s dropped the price of its broadband-only plans.

In fact, some of the discounts will save you over £200 over the 12-month term and you can see all the discounts below.


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