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How to make Virgin Media my Homepage

Updated July 20, 2017

Virgin Media is one of the UK’s major consumer communication companies offering TV, phone and broadband via cable as well as mobile phone services. The company is part of Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, which includes an airline, financial services and a soft drinks business. The front page of the company’s website offers links to news, features, lifestyle items and shopping. Making Virgin Media your homepage is a simple task though the exact method varies between different browsers.

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Internet Explorer

  1. Open the Virgin Media homepage.

  2. Click the "Down" arrow beside the home icon near the top of the page, towards the right side. The icon is shaped like a house. Select “Add or change homepage.”

  3. Check the “Select this page as your only homepage” option. Click on “Yes.”


  1. Navigate to the Virgin Media homepage.

  2. Click on the Virgin icon on the left of the Web address at the top of the page and drag it to the home button, in the shape of a house. Release the mouse button.

  3. Select “Yes” to the question “Do you want this document to be your new homepage?"


  1. Go to the Virgin Media home page.

  2. Select the “Safari” button near the top of the page on the left side.

  3. Click on "Preferences" and choose the “General” tab in the dialogue box.

  4. Click on "Set to current page" and close the “Preferences” box.

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About the Author

Ken Macdonald lives in London and has been a freelance editor and writer since 1999. He has written on topics including travel, food and gardening for UKTV, Expedia and “The Guardian” website. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English studies from Stirling University in Scotland.

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