Virgin Media is really taking care of its customers throughout the coronavirus pandemic. The TV and Internet Service Provider (ISP) has already rolled out free unlimited daytime minutes for anyone on the Talk Protected plan for the next two months. It has also pushed out free upgrades to all TV V6 owners, including some of the most popular children’s channels, as well as other premium channels, Comedy Central, DMAX, Discovery, FOX, Gold, Kerrang, TLC, and Kiss, to name a few.
As millions across the UK are being asked to remain indoors throughout the Easter bank holiday weekend to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, these upgrades make it much, much easier for customers to keep in touch with loved ones – and keep entertained with a host of new channels and on-demand shows.
And now, Virgin Media has announced another colossal upgrade.
The firm will now give TV V6 customers free access to some of Sky’s most popular channels from Good Friday until May 9, 2020. The channels will be accessible on your set-top box – with no need to update anything or change anything on your account. It’s that simple.
The free channels include Sky One, Sky Comedy, Sky Witness, Sky Crime and Sky Sports Mix to all TV customers. Across these paid-for channels, Virgin Media customers will now be able to access a range of shows on-demand including Hitmen, Bulletproof 2 (Sky One), Ballers, Curb your Enthusiasm (Sky Comedy), The Rookie, and Grey’s Anatomy (Sky Witness).
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If you were looking to get access to all of those channels on Sky TV, you’d have to fork out £25 a month minimum.
And if that’s not enough, Virgin Media has also launched Entertainment Picks for Mixit TV customers. This comes with a number of popular entertainment channels, plus themed extras including Lifestyle, Drama, Documentaries and Sport Lite for only £10 per month.
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The full line up of extra channels for families to enjoy includes –
- Sky Arts
- Sky Comedy
- Sky Crime
- Sky One
- Sky Two
- Sky Witness
- Sky Sports Mix
- Sky Sports News
- Movies 2
Virgin Media customers will lose access to the top kid’s channels, like Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon, until April 12, 2020. So, if you’re looking to prioritise your binge-viewing over the four-day weekend – you might want to watch the children’s shows first.
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