Virgin Media gives kids’ TV for free
Staff Reporter | On 01, Apr 2020Reading time: 1 mins
Virgin Media will be giving its TV customers seven of its most popular children’s channels at no extra cost until 21st April.
With some parents across the UK at home with their littles ones, Virgin Media is offering families a helping hand to keep their kids entertained. This includes family favourites such as Cartoon Network, Boomerang, Cartoonito and Nickelodeon. Across these channels, a range of shows from Ben 10, Paw Patrol, Teen Titans and classics like Tom and Jerry, ScoobyDoo and Spongebob Squarepants, will be available for kids to watch.
The full line up of extra channels for families to enjoy includes:
Nick Jr Too
The free offer is available to customers on Virgin Media’s Player, Mixit (without Kids TV pick) and Maxit (without Kids TV pick) bundles at no extra cost, with eligible customers getting the channels automatically.
There are also 1,000 of children’s TV On Demand, so parents can pick and choose a their kids’ favourite shows.
The move from Virgin follows a similar measure by Amazon Prime Video, which has made a number of kids’ TV shows available to stream at no cost.