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Wireless modem provider Netgear has claimed that its devices will be provided to customers of Virgin Media, a broadband, television and telephone provider which offers deals through skinttariffs.com.
Customers with the providers "M", "L" and "XL" services will be able to receive the firm's Wireless-G Router.
While the device will be offered for free on the bigger packages, users on the "M" deal, will pay a one-off £40 fee for the gadget.
Howard Watson, chief technology officer at Virgin said: "As an industry leader, it is important we continue to develop our services to offer our customers the most comprehensive broadband package available.
"Netgear was an obvious partner to provide a wireless package to exceed customer expectations, as they offer a simple wireless solution that is easy to set up and manage, fully secure to ever-present threats posed by hackers, and industry-leading when it comes to performance and reliability."
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