Virgin Media Inc. conducts operations in the United Kingdom (UK) broadband communications and media sector. The Company provides cable television, cable telephony, and Internet access to residential customers, as well as voice, data, and managed solutions
1. Enable affordable access to cell phones by providing $10 phones and $25 a month prepaid plans for 300 minutes with no overages, fees, taxes, etc, it is $25, and minutes roll over, no contracts. In other words, it provides the service people need at the right price without "nickle and diming" people.1
1. 4/13/08 "Net Neutrality" controversy - Net neutrality is the principle that all data is treated equal during transmission and has been a founding principle of the internet, making it possible for websites to compete on a level playing field1. CEO Neil Berkett described the principle as a "load of bollocks" and that Virgin is doing deals with partner companies who pay to speed up user connecitons to their websites - leading figures on the internet called for a boycott of Virgin Media internet services2, 3. On 4/15/08, a Virgin Media spokesperson said the company did not intend to hinder access to content providers who do not pay; Virgin said they could offer content providers deals to upgrade their provisioning if they want to ensure best access to broadband subscirbers - something the BBC already does4.