It has been revealed in a recent report that Virgin Media has for the second time won the top position in Netflix's UK ISP Speed Index.
The report uncovered that the Speed Index has been expanded by Netfix, on-demand Internet streaming media provider. It is following the same that Virgin Media has earned the high ranking.
After having raked a controversy of sorts with its new traffic management system trial, which blocks upstream speeds on P2P networks and newsgroups during peak hours, UK ISP Virgin Media recently announced a £50 offer to subscribers who sign up for the phone, TV and broadband packages of the company before March 14.
Virgin Media ISP has released a petition to put an end to misguiding advertising of broadband connections.
It seems that Virgin Media knows very well to take a control over the controversial PR stunt. In addition to the above the firm has pronounced a marketing campaign so that users are not cheated with the dubious speeds offered by the other broadband services.
Virgin Media users soon shall receive their FroYo for Desire update.
Soon after the release of HTC Desire users on other networks were offered with the supply of Frozen Yogurt for their smartphones.
Virgin Media users are being bestowed with the Android 2.2, FroYo, update for their iPhone-challenging Google powered devices.
Virgin will soon be releasing the latest TiVo set top box developed by Cisco which has HD and 3D features and at the same time offering 1TB worth of internal storage, 12 times more than the normally available personal video recorders.
The TiVo boxes will be pronounced at the same time as the brand new 100Mbps broadband services.
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