- £26.00 a month for 18 months
- Then £51 a month. Prices may change.
See what products are available to you.
Our best home broadband packages
Broadband + Phone
£26 a month
M100 Fibre Broadband & Talk Weekends
Broadband + Phone
£32 a month
M200 Fibre Broadband & Talk Weekends
Volt Fibre Broadband + Phone
£29.99 a month *
M50 M100 Fibre Broadband & Talk Weekends + O2 sim
£33 a month
M200 Fibre Broadband, Talk Weekends & 100+ TV channels
Big bundle + Drama & Docs
£37.99 a month
M200 Fibre Broadband, 145+ channels with Entertainment, Drama & Docs, Talk Weekends
Bigger Volt bundle
£49 a month *
M350 M500 Fibre Broadband, Talk Weekends & 190+ TV channels + O2 sim
Bigger bundle + Sports
£65 a month
M500 Fibre Broadband, Sky Sports, 195+ TV channels & Talk Weekends
Ultimate Volt bundle
£85 a month *
Gig1 Fibre Broadband, 230+ channels with Entertainment, Anytime calls, Netflix Standard + O2 sim
What’s the best broadband in my area?
To find the best broadband deal for you, first check to see what’s available in your area by using a broadband postcode checker, like the one provided at the top of this page. This will tell you the types, and speeds, of broadband you can get – two things worth considering when finding the best broadband for your household, as well as thinking about your budget and daily internet usage.
The different types of broadband can typically be broken down into ADSL, cable and fibre:
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) uses copper phone wires to deliver your broadband and whilst the most commonly available, is several times slower than average fibre speeds.
Cable broadband on the other hand, uses coaxial cables (an upgrade from the traditional copper wires) to connect your home to a fibre cabinet. This type of connection offers ultrafast speeds and a much more reliable broadband service.
Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC):
There are two types of fibre broadband – fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) and fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP). Fibre-to-the-cabinet uses fibre optic cables from the telephone exchange to the local cabinet, then a copper wire connection to your home.
Fibre to the Premises (FTTP):
As the name suggests fibre-to-the-premises uses fibre optic cables from the broadband exchange directly to your home. These broadband packages provide some of the fastest broadband speeds out there.
At Virgin Media we aim to upgrade our cable network to full fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband using cutting-edge full-fibre technology by 2028.
Why join Virgin Media
You can take your pick from a wide range of broadband packages, including broadband only, broadband and TV, broadband, TV and phone, plus other TV and landline deals. So, there’s something for every household. You’ll also enjoy:
- Average broadband speeds that are 16x faster than Sky and BT’s
- A network considered 99.94% reliable for connected homes
- Unlimited downloads with no data caps
- Free servicing and repairs from our support team
16 times faster: Based on fastest widely available advertised average download speeds (Virgin Media Gig1 average speed 1130Mbps vs average speed 67Mbps for BT Fibre 2 and 59Mbps for Sky Broadband Superfast). For verification see virginmedia.com/broadband/speeds.
Use our broadband postcode checker! Simply enter your postcode, find your address and tap ‘next’ for results. From here, you’ll get a choice of broadband speeds and packages, depending on what’s available in your area.
Whether you’re just looking for a good internet connection or want to add more services like phone and TV, you’ll be able to find the right broadband deal for your household.
Our superfast broadband is already available in hundreds of towns and cities and will continue to be rolled out across the UK in 2022. To stay in the loop, register for our email updates and we can let you know when our fibre broadband and cable TV products are available in your area.
You’ll get an email or text as soon as there’s news relevant to you. When we’ve confirmed that our broadband is coming to your area, you’ll get progress updates and useful information about what happens next.