United Kingdom Residential VPN

For those of you that are British Expats, or anyone needing a United Kingdom Residential VPN service you are in luck. If your goal is the streaming of the BBC iPlayer, CH4, ITV, or even playing poker, a British Virgin Media ip address is your road to success.

Based on OpenVPN technology, we’ve made Virgin Media vpn services available for everyone. Below are speedtest results for our United Kingdom Residential VPN Services:

United Kingdom Residential VPN speedtest results November 16, 2017.

United Kingdom Residential VPN speedtest results November 16, 2017.

 

High speed Virgin Media British VPN’s are what this is all about. Plenty of bandwidth, plenty of speed, and equipped with everything you need to appear successfully from the United Kingdom no matter where you are physically in the world.

United Kingdom connectivity and bandwidth is globally accessible, meaning you won’t have streaming or latency issues for your projects as this service is centered right in the central hub of downtown London where all the activity is and where the majority of the United Kingdom’s internet transport hubs are located.

The company was formed in March 2006 by the merger of NTL and Telewest, which created NTL:Telewest. In July 2006, the company purchased Virgin Mobile UK, creating the first “quadruple-play” media company in the United Kingdom, offering television, internet, mobile phone and fixed-line telephone services. In November 2006, the company signed a deal with Sir Richard Branson to license the Virgin brand for the combined business. All of the company’s consumer services were re-branded under the Virgin Media name in February 2007.

Virgin Media owns and operates its own fibre-optic cable network in the United Kingdom, although currently their optical fibre network does not reach the customer premises but rather a street cabinet. As of 31 December 2012, it had a total of approximately 4.8 million cable customers, of whom around 3.79 million were supplied with its television services (Virgin TV), around 4.2 million with broadband internet services and around 4.1 million with fixed-line telephony services.

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