Windows Live Messenger offer for Virgin Mobile
9 December 2008 — 7:00 PM
Consumers selling old mobile phones who like to keep up with friends instantly may be interested in a new offer from Virgin Mobile.
This week the network announced that its new customers could expect free access to the Windows Live Messenger (WLM) service on a number of tariffs for the first six months.
Virgin Mobile states that the cost-free WLM offer will not only be covered by the latest contracts, but will also be available to pay-as-you-go users.
"With Windows Instant Messenger, all your friends are at your fingertips. You can hook up with anyone, anywhere, anytime," the operator states on its website.
"It works on your mobile just like it does on your computer."
It was also announced earlier this month that from December 8th Virgin Mobile customers could take advantage of a new mobile broadband package that costs 30p per day.
The company points out that this is "cheaper than a bag of crisps".
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