No contract broadband

Looking for short-term broadband? Browse our range of flexible 30-day rolling broadband contracts.

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What is rolling contract broadband?

Rolling contract broadband (which is sometimes known as no contract broadband, despite coming with a contract) is a short-term internet solution for anyone who wants to get online without being tied into a longer term contract.

When you reach the end of the 30 days, your rolling broadband contract will automatically roll over into the next month, giving you another 30 days access to the internet. This will continue to happen each month unless you decide to end the agreement with us.

The good thing about our 30-day rolling contract is that you wouldn’t receive any early disconnection fees if you cancel your broadband. Just give us 30 days’ notice and we’ll handle the rest.

Pros and cons of no contract broadband

You might be wondering if a short-term, rolling contract broadband would work for your needs. To help you decide, we’ve listed a few of the pros and cons of getting a rolling contract broadband with Virgin Media.


It’s the best option for short term internet access. When you’re on a temporary lease, moving home or travelling, an 18-month contract for cheap broadband and other deals can seem too big a commitment.

There are no early disconnection costs if you leave. With rolling broadband contracts, you simply need to give us 30 days’ notice when you want to cancel it.

We don’t slow our broadband speeds. You’ll be able to choose from a select range of superfast broadband speeds that’s right for your internet usage.


You’ll pay higher upfront costs. All our rolling contract deals have a one-off rolling contract fee of £45, which you may find is worth it for the extra flexibility these deals give you. This isn’t charged for our fixed-term broadband or the special offer broadband no setup deals you can find from time to time.

No entertainment add-ons. There’s currently no option to bundle it with TV to watch channels like Sky Sports, Sky Cinema and more.

A narrower range of broadband speeds. Our top tier broadband speeds – M500 and Gig1 – aren’t available on rolling contract broadband.

It’s more expensive than longer term packages. Whichever broadband speed you choose, the monthly cost will be higher than the same speed on a long-term contract.

What speeds are available with no contract broadband?

When you sign up to get our no contract broadband, you can choose from one of the following broadband speeds:

What monthly broadband plans do you offer?

Choose broadband and phone or broadband only deals from the wide range of monthly broadband contracts. Just remember, there could be a £35 set up fee and a £45 rolling contract fee on all our internet with rolling contract bundles.

Broadband and phone

With M50, M125, M250 and M350 broadband and landline deals up for grabs, you don’t need a fixed term contract to enjoy inclusive calls and superfast speeds. All 4 rolling broadband and phone packages include Weekend chatter giving you unlimited Saturday and Sunday calls to UK landline (01, 02, 03) number.

Learn more about broadband and phone deals

Broadband only

If you don’t need broadband and a landline, we also offer 4 packages with fast speeds for light, medium and heavy internet users. Our M50 Fibre Broadband is good for those who mainly use broadband to check their emails from time to time or shop online. Whereas full household with gamers, TV show bingers and Zoom call users might prefer our faster bundle; M350 Fibre Broadband.

Learn more about broadband only deals


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 and 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.
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  • 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: 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.