Virgin Media has revamped its monthly mobile tariffs, which now includes a range of shorter 12 month contracts.
According to the UK network, both new and existing customers can take advantage of the one-year-long contracts, which start at just £15.99 per month including 200 minutes and 25 texts.
The most-expensive tariff, at £27.99, comes with a much-more generous 200 minutes, 250 texts and 2.5GB of data, and you can also bag yourself a free Samsung Galaxy Ace. However, you’ll how to fork out for the latest smartphones. For example, Samsung’s Galaxy S2 will cost you £299.99 upfront, while the HTC ChaCha costs £199.99.
As well as its all-new 12 months contracts, the network has launched a range of customisable extras for its pay monthly customers. For £2 per month you can double your minutes, and you can upgrade to 5GB of mobile data for just £5 extra a month
Jamie Heywood, Director of Mobile at Virgin Media said: “We are always looking for ways to help our customers to get the best value for their money. Our newly refreshed monthly mobile tariffs offer a simpler way for our customers to tailor their phone packages to suit their needs, whilst giving customers greater contract flexibility, more minutes, texts and mobile data.”
“These tariffs will really come into their own when combined with our popular Mobile Bonus deal to give Virgin Media customers a fantastic way to save money whilst getting more from their home phone or Mobile service.”