Virgin Media is giving millions of customers extra TV channels for free

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Right in time for the half-term holidays, Virgin Media has announced a major boost for millions of users. From today, the telecoms giant is switching on a swathe of extra kids channels and it won’t cost a penny extra to tune in and watch.

The content-boosting offer lasts until October 31 and includes premium services such as Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon and Boomerang.

Virgin says that its free kids TV offering caters for all ages with popular shows including Star Trek Prodigy, Scooby Doo, Teen Titans and many more all featuring on the service.

This bonus content for the younger members of the family usually costs £5 per month but that fee has been scrapped for the next two weeks.

Speaking about the incentive, David Bouchier, Chief TV & Entertainment Officer at Virgin Media O2, said: “We know that parents are looking for great value this half term, especially during this difficult time, that’s why we’re helping families by keeping the junior members of the household entertained with access to seven kids and teen TV channels at no extra cost.”

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As long as you subscribe to Virgin’s TV service via a V6, TV 360 or Stream box you should find all of this content becomes automatically available to view.

Virgin isn’t the only firm dishing out some enticing freebies with BT also revealing some pretty big discounts for those wanting both broadband and TV.

The telecoms firm has a brand new discount that is offering customers full broadband and TV access for just £6 per month.

To make things even more enticing, the deal also features full Netflix access and even a swathe of premium channels from Sky including Sky Atlantic, Sky Max and Sky Witness.

If you thought that was good things get even better as there’s also a BT TV Box Pro thrown in as well with this device offering the ability to record 600 hours of content along with beaming shows to the big screen in full 4K definition.

Full details about BT’s deal can be found here.



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