The average rise would be 4%, it said. That is 13 times higher than the current consumer-price-inflation rate.
It plans to invest £1bn in its network this year. Virgin did not raise prices as normal in 2020, citing pandemic-related difficulties for customers.
Other internet providers are expected to announce similar – or larger – inflation-beating increases soon.
For example, BT changed its terms and conditions last year to say it would increase broadband prices by 3.9% above the first CPI rate published every year, which this year is due in 16 days.