Unlimited price plan is 'the ultimate' for money saving
31 July 2009 — 10:13 AM
A new money-saving tariff has been announced by Virgin Media this week, which may be of interest those recycling mobile phones.
The network has claimed its latest Unlimited price plan is the "ultimate" package for those who want to combine their call time with web access and text messages.
For £65 per month, users of the new rate will get limitless access to all three of these services as part of an 18-month contract that is exclusive to Virgin Media and will include some of the latest phones.
Jonathan Kini, director of mobile at Virgin Media, said the tariff "offers great value" and could be "the perfect combination for high usage customers who want the best technology available, without paying the earth".
The deal includes cross network minutes, same network calling, SMS messages at anytime and access to email, social networking and instant chat.
Virgin Media recently launched a new series of adverts that are the first for its mobile offerings since its 2007 rebranding.
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