If you're willing to change your landline and broadband provider and are actively looking for a great netbook deal, then Virgin Media might have something for you.
Open to their new and existing customers, their recently launched Freedom package, which includes mobile broadband with 1GB data quota, a 10mbps landline, their medium TV package and unlimited UK landline weekend calls will set you back £40 per month on a 24 month contract.
Their triple bundle costs £25 on its own (phone, broadband and TV), which means that you the laptop and the mobile broadband costs only £15 per month. There are reports that the netbook - which available either in black or in red and comes with a free stylish soft carry case, MS Works, PC Guard - is a MSI Wind OEM.
According to Virgin, it comes with a 1.6GHz Atom N270 processor, 1GB RAM, 120GB HDD, Wireless LAN, a webcam, a 10.2-inch TFT monitor and Windows XP Home.
A comparable netbook deal from 3 (a Compaq Mini 700) will cost you £20 per month. 3 also sells an Acer Aspire 150b, with a smaller screen, for £17.50 per month.
Carphone Warehouse and Vodafone have a special deal which offers a free Dell Mini 10 on Vodafone network for £20 per month as well.
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This deal is available only for those who can actually afford a minimum of £40 per month. For that price, they will be able to get a 10.2-inch netbook and a mobile broadband package with 1GB quota.
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