Fibre broadband deals

Introducing Virgin Media's fibre-optic broadband. Faster and more reliable than standard broadband.

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Our best fibre broadband deals

99.89% reliable, our network offers some of the fastest fibre broadband speeds in the UK and epic family entertainment.

*Monthly price shown will increase each April from April 2025 by the Retail Price Index rate of inflation announced in February each year plus 3.9%.

What does our fibre broadband include?

You’ll be provided with our kit, including our mighty WiFi Hub. It’s powered by Intelligent WiFi technology to help you get fast, reliable fibre broadband connections that you can rely on.

Our fibre broadband deals will also give you all of this, all for no extra cost.

Priority from O2

We offer the UK’s only fibre broadband deals with Priority included. You get to enjoy all the rewards, daily treats and unique experiences, just for having our fibre broadband.

Security protection

With our fibre broadband you'll get Essential Security. Important internet security tools – always on your home network, at no extra cost

Consider getting fibre broadband if you want:

  • Speed: Fibre broadband can offer much faster internet speeds than traditional copper broadband.

  • Strength: Fibre-optic technology provides a more reliable internet connection than standard broadband.

  • Smooth: Fast fibre broadband deals can stream videos seamlessly and power online gaming with ease.

Even more reasons to choose us

Gigabit speeds

Our award-winning network offers lightning-fast broadband, averaging 1,130Mbps downloads.

Explore Gig1

Supercharged deals

Volt Fibre Broadband comes with a speed boost, double data and loads more exclusive benefits.

See Volt deals

Stream credit

Get 10% credit back on the TV subscriptions you add to our Stream box, available with all our broadband deals that don’t include TV.

Find out more

What is fibre broadband?

Fibre is a lightning-fast broadband connection that travels almost at the speed of light. Fibre broadband can be FTTC (fibre to the cabinet) or FTTP (fibre to the premises – or home). Here’s a quick summary:

  • FTTC – These networks use fibre-optic cables to bring fibre to the cabinet in the street. The onwards connection to your home can vary. We use coaxial cables in our Virgin Media network that deliver super speeds to your home, but traditional FTTC networks are still using copper phone lines.

  • FTTP – Fibre all the way to your home. In our FTTP network, our cables connect you directly to our fibre network, providing lightning-fast speed.

Why should I get a fibre broadband deal?

  • Faster internet: Fibre broadband can transfer data at a much faster rate across the network than traditional copper wire networks.

  • More reliable: Traditional copper broadband is more likely to be affected by electrical interference or long distances than fibre broadband.

How to choose the best fibre broadband deal

Not sure how fast you need to go? Why not look into M125 Fibre Broadband if you have fewer than 10 devices or start from M250 Fibre Broadband if you have more. M350 Fibre Broadband and our higher M500 Fibre Broadband and Gig1 speeds are great for gaming and busy, gadget-filled homes.

Learn more about our speeds and switching to Virgin Media to help you decide.

Good to know – Our broadband and phone deals are often cheaper than getting broadband on its own. See if having a home phone plan can help you save each month.

Working from home - Is your business registered to your home address? If so, you could get one of our fixed price business broadband deals. 24/7 phone support comes included and extra features are available to add, for even more peace of mind.


The legal stuff

*Monthly price of Virgin Media’s main services and O2 Airtime Plan will increase each April from April 2025 by the Retail Price Index rate of inflation announced in February each year plus 3.9%. Doesn’t apply to any add-ons you may have selected, out-of-bundle charges or admin costs, which may increase separately. See www.virginmedia.com/prices and www.o2.co.uk/prices for details.

No setup fee

This promotion means you won’t pay the usual setup fee of £35. No setup fee is available on all bundles, broadband & phone, and broadband only packages. If you can set up using a Self-Install pack, but choose to use an engineer for the installation, you’ll still be charged £30 for this service.

These prices are for new customers only.

Virgin Media services are only available in eligible Virgin Media network areas. Virgin TV 360 and, for the time being, home phone are not available in new network expansion areas.

All of the products on this page are subject to survey, network capacity and a credit check.

Each service has a minimum contract length that’s shown in your basket.

If you take a bundle with both Virgin Media and O2, you’ll have separate contracts and bills – one for Virgin Media, and another for O2.

Priority is a service from O2 that current Virgin Media customers aged 16+ can also use.
  • Offers are subject to eligibility and availability.
  • Read the terms on the Priority app or at o2.co.uk/terms

  • Get fast, reliable WiFi gliding through every room or money back
    Eligible Virgin Fibre areas only. WiFi Guarantee available with M50 broadband or faster. £8p/m extra or included with Gig1, Gig2 or Volt. At least 30Mbps download speeds in every room or £100 one-off credit. Up to 3 WiFi Pods if needed. Exclusions & legal stuff apply.

    †To verify, see: https://www.virginmedia.com/legal/awards. Best in Test: based on umlaut Fixed Broadband Benchmark 2023 comparing major UK ISPs on download speed, upload speed, latency and stability. Uswitch Most Popular Broadband Provider: based on Uswitch consumer research Dec 2022 - Jan 2023 conducted by Opinium comparing broadband sales volumes and overall customer satisfaction of major UK ISP operators, split equally to form a combined score. Best Combined Connectivity Experience: based on GWS test results Oct 2022-Apr 2023 comparing data connectivity performance of major UK mobile operators and their associated ISP partners to form a combined score across both mobile network and WiFi experience.