By Adam Marshall

You may have been thinking that being blessed with both Pancake Day and Valentine’s Day on consecutive days already marked this week out as one of the best of the year so far. But Virgin Media is adding to the excitement by reintroducing its free Amazon Echo offer when you sign up for one of its broadband and TV deals.

Sign up before midnight on Wednesday February 14 and Virgin will throw in an Amazon Echo device with its following broadband and TV packages:

– Player Bundle with 50Mb broadband and 70+ TV channels
– Mix Bundle with 100Mb broadband and 150+ TV channels
– Full House Bundle with 100Mb broadband and 230+ TV channels (inc. BT Sport)
– VIP Bundle with 300Mb broadband and 260+ TV channels (inc. Sky Sports, Sky Cinema and BT Sport)

Grab the cheapest Virgin Player Bundle for £33 per month and the broadband plan will include a free Amazon Echo Dot (worth £49.99), while the other three options – starting at £45 per month for Mix – come with a full blown Amazon Echo smart home assistant and speaker (worth £89.99). And if you’re not that bothered about the Echo, you can choose bill credit to the equivalent value instead.

Rather discuss your options over the phone? Then give 08000-492-102 a ring to speak to an adviser and order.

Virgin Media Full House broadband and TV bundle in full:
Is Virgin fibre broadband available in my area?

Around 60% of the UK households are now able to receive superfast Virgin broadband. It’s easy to discover whether you’re one of the lucky 3-in-5 – head to our dedicated Virgin broadband deals page (or the price comparison chart at the bottom of this page), enter your postcode where indicated at the top of the page and if deals show as available then you’re laughing.

If no results are returned, then head to our best broadband deals page instead and do exactly the same thing to see whether you can get superfast fibre broadband with another provider, such as BT Infinity.

How do I claim my Amazon Echo?

Virgin Media says that your Amazon Echo device will be dispatched automatically 28 days after your broadband is installed, but you won’t be able to get your hands on it if you cancel prior to installation or before the end of Virgin’s 14-day Customer Satisfaction …read more

Via:: Techradar