By October 27, 2010

Virgin Media to give us 100Mb broadband


Virgin Media have confirmed the roll out of their 100Mb broadband service this year, saying it will be available to 12.7 million homes.

Neil Berkett, Virgin Media’s chief executive officer, humbly described the launch of the service as, "a historic moment." It "will mean the UK will be comparable to other leading broadband nations," he said.

Those who were hoping that the increased downstream speed would mean an equal increase in upstream bandwidth are in for a treat – the company has confirmed that the 100Mb/s service will also feature an impressive 10Mb/s upload rate.
The 100Mb/s service, which replaces the company’s current 50Mb/s connection as its flagship offering, will cost £35 per month when bought as a bundle with telephone and TV offerings, or £45 per month as a stand-alone product.

Interested? You can pre register here.

Being a Virgin media customer myself I have registered my interest. Could come in rather handy for video uploads.


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