Virgin Media to give TV customers 18 free channels - here's the full list

Virgin Media will be giving its TV customers 18 of its most popular entertainment channels.

Tuesday, 7th April 2020, 12:06 pm
Updated Tuesday, 7th April 2020, 12:06 pm
Virgin Media is giving away 18 channels to TV customers.

The channels will be available at no extra cost until May 2, the company has announced.

Top entertainment channels such as Comedy Central, Discovery, Fox, Gold and MTV are now available to all TV customers.

Across these channels, a range of shows including War of the Worlds and NCIS (Fox), Only Fools & Horses and Gavin & Stacey (Gold) and Gold Rush and Wheeler Dealer (Discovery) will be available to watch.

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Virgin Media is also given its TV customers free access to a number of top kids TV channels such as Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon until April 21.

For extra flexibility, there’s also a thousand episodes On Demand, so customers can pick and choose their favourite shows. Eligible customers don’t have to do anything and there will be no change to their contract.

The full line up of extra channels for families to enjoy includes:

- Comedy Central


- Discovery


- Gold

- Box Hits

- Kerrang

- Kiss

- Magic

- ID

- Lifetime




- Rishtey

- Rishtey Cineplex

- Sony SAB

- Colors

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