“This means that the price you currently pay for your current plan will remain the same for the rest of 2020. There are no captures and you don’t have to do anything. Until then, we will continue to invest in our network and do all we can to make sure you stay connected. ”
It’s unclear when prices will rise or if this freeze will stay in place until October 2021, but that means nothing will change until the New Year rings, which weighs on the minds of many customers.
READ MORE: Virgin Media TV V6 finally catches up with Sky TV with latest update
That’s 34 times faster than the current UK average and would download a Full HD movie in just 17 seconds. Virgin already offers speeds of 1 Gbps and this new 2 Gbps option is currently only a test but it could show what the company could launch in the future.
Speaking about the new speeds, Jeanie York, Chief Technology and Information Officer of Virgin Media, said: “We invest over £ 1 billion in our network each year and this innovative test demonstrates how the cable network to Virgin Media’s existing test of time may provide lightning. Fast, multi-gigabit broadband speeds. We are ready to meet the connectivity needs of our customers for everything that follows.
“We are leading the way to make the UK faster and we are on track to roll out gigabit broadband speeds to our network by the end of next year. With this next-generation connectivity, our customers can enjoy the best of their broadband – whether it’s 8K gaming, instant streaming, high-quality video calls, or instant file downloads. – all in the same house at the same time. “