Unlimited Broadband from Virgin Media

Virgin Media’s broadband isn’t just fast, it’s totally unlimited too. That means you can stream, game, browse and keep your smart speakers connected without worry of fair usage limits, traffic management or speed throttling with our unlimited broadband deals.

Check out Virgin Media’s unlimited broadband deals

Our unlimited packages are perfect for super connected homes brimming with the latest gadgets. Check out our unlimited broadband range.

Broadband only

Don't need a phone service? Scale it back with our broadband only option.

From £38 a month
18 month contract
£0 setup fee

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Broadband and phone

Stay connected with our superfast fibre and calls, now with our Intelligent WiFi.

From £26 a month
18 month contract
£0 setup fee

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Broadband, TV and phone

Enjoy superfast broadband, hundreds of top channels and your favourite streaming services.

From £33 a month
18 month contract
£0 setup fee

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Who's unlimited internet for?

Everyone from single households or students in shared accommodation to large families. Being online is the norm for most of us and unlimited broadband keeps us connected when we need it most.

Multi-device households

Whether the kids are using a laptop or tablet for their schoolwork while you send emails, attend work meetings or browse online – everyone stays connected.

Streamers and gamers

Boxset bingers and avid gamers can ramp up the hours they spend online without slowing down the WiFi ⁠⁠– you might experience slower speeds during peak times.

Smart homes

Smart devices, such as Alexa, Ring and Google Home need a constant connection to the internet. Unlimited broadband is essential to keep your smart home connected.

Pick your speed

We've got speeds suitable for every household whether you're a casual browser and streamer, or your home is full to the brim with the latest smart home devices.

What does unlimited broadband actually mean?

Most broadband companies provide unlimited broadband packages without usage limits, but some include measures such as traffic management and fair usage limits which can artificially slow your connection down and even stop you accessing your broadband. Here’s a little more about what they mean…

Traffic management and throttling

Some providers ration internet speed during peak times to ensure everyone in the area has a reasonable connection. This is not the case with Virgin Media, we green light you the whole way, so you can upload and download when you choose, not your provider.

Fair usage limits

Another way companies can control how you use your broadband is by putting fair usage limits in the terms and conditions. These are usually in place to prevent people from downloading huge amounts of content day and night, jamming up the network for anyone else wanting to use it. Most people won’t encounter these limits, but it’s worth knowing it’s there when choosing a broadband provider.

The legal stuff

New customers only. SERVICES ONLY AVAILABLE IN VIRGIN MEDIA NETWORK AREAS. Subject to survey, network capacity and credit check. A minimum period applies to the services, please check basket for details.

What is a minimum period? **When you take any services from us you will be committing to taking that service for a minimum amount of time (e.g. 18 months). We call this a minimum period, minimum term or minimum commitment period but they mean the same thing. Please check your basket for details of the minimum period that applies to the services you have chosen.

What if I cancel or move home? If you cancel during the minimum period, you may need to pay an early disconnection fee, including when you move to a property outside of the Virgin Media Network area – this is because you will be asking to cancel your services early. The Virgin Media network does not cover all of the UK – please use our post code checker here to check availability. You can find more details on the early disconnection fee and process by visiting the Legal Stuff section of the website here. For the full terms and conditions please click here.