£50 Bill Credit + £150 TCB on Virgin Media Bundles - Start at equiv of £21.88 per month - HotUKDeals
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Right now Virgin Media are offering free installation and £50 bill credit on bundles (phone + TV + broadband), plus for four days TCB is at £150.

So, basic bundle:

10MB broadband, M+ TV and M phone is normally £32.99 over 18 months.
After bill credit and cashback this comes down equivalent of £21.88 per month!

Push up to 30MB broadband and there's an extra £5 off for six months, so:

30MB broadband + M+ TV + M Phone = £32.99 per month for six months, then £37.99 for 12 months
After bill credit and cashback this is effectively reduced to £25.22 per month!
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#1
seems like a good deal to me - does this include line rental?
#2
Voted hot. I got 20mb BB + XL phone + XL tv + 0845 numbers for £42.83, but it was an absolute nightmare. Loads of phone calls & complaints over 3 weeks. This is a great deal for anyone who wants a deal & without the hassle to get it. :)

Edited By: Bigbil on May 12, 2011 10:20: spelling
#3
chuckp
seems like a good deal to me - does this include line rental?

Yep
#4
You'll probably get people saying BT this & Sky that, but for Broadband the service is not compatible. Before people jump in with other deals they should do a broadband speed check (google). I get just under 20mb (over 19) & even when it's busy 16 - 18mb. A lot of people are paying for 20-24 but only getting things like 6 or 8 because that's as fast as the lines they have can go.

Edited By: Bigbil on May 12, 2011 10:16
#5
I tried Virgin last year after dealing with the horror that is talk talk, always spoken to an english call centre (call 150 from Virgin phone). I've been very impressed with the service, never been down yet. Only thing I would say is the calls are a rip. Might even give the Tivo a spin when they launch it fully.
banned#6
Hhmm,

I'm with Virgin TIVO and have to say its not as fantastic as I was hoping, heres why:

1. The customer service is very poor, I've had booked installations with no-1 turning up and without explanation as to why. The customer team really are clueless and you have to play verbal chess with managers to get any service. Of course this is my own personal experience but contacted them countless times and always end up with a very poor service.

2. In regards to actual product TIVO in particular, I'm not sure if the cost is worth it in comparison to SKY. The box is on Hardware revision 2 and in the US they are on V4, considering how much later we are getting the box there is no reason why we could not get the latest set-top box. The USB sockets are disabled and thus no bluetooth is allowed which would have been handy if you wanted to upgrade the remote control to the one with a slide keyboard. Navigating the menus with the keypad when searching alphabetically is slow and frustrating. They have a few net apps built in, eBay, BBC iPlayer are the 2 most used but eBay is terrible interface and is to be avoided. Also the menu interface appears sluggish and needs to be swift which you begin to notice the more you use it.
#7
A very good company they do have indian call centres as i have noticed over the 5 years i have been with them so i cant understand comments saying spoken to only english call centres as that is a load of rubbish

At least give the right information
Secondly
Speed wise i can confirm Virgin is (for me) FASTEST
Bt lines (again for me) are not able to get speeds similar to that of what they normally offer
Considering i was paying for 20 megs and getting 500kbs was what got me to move to virgin and it has been great
1 Like #8
I have had very good customer service experiences with Virgin Media and have been with them for a few years now. After the new customer offer expired and I managed to get them to get them to get the same deal they were offering to new customers(Several months of reduced bills). I have complained to them when they have made small errors that I picked up on and managed to get credit applied to my account repeatedly. I was actually told that they were investigating my account because of the amount of credits I received! It wasn't anything dodgy I just made a fuss and stayed on the line for ages, they never took any of the credits away. Not only that when I signed up I got referred by a friend which meant £30 added credit too. The only thing I missed out on was quidco but I don't know if that was available when I signed up to Virgin a few years ago.
#9
seems a good deal but only for new customers existing customers have to pay through the nose to upgrade with this mob
#10
dba58
seems a good deal but only for new customers existing customers have to pay through the nose to upgrade with this mob

As is always the case - loyalty just doesn't get rewarded with anybody (utilities, insurance, banking, etc). I moved to Virgin earlier this year from Sky. For what amounts to the same package I'm paying £35 per month to Virgin vs. the £55 Sky wanted. When my current contract is up with Virgin, I'll be shopping around again and weighing up the options.
#11
Cold from me....if you like your xbox gaming (particuarly BlOps) then check out the horror stories here

http://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Gaming/bd-p/Gaming
#12
I gave my cancellation notice last week because my contract term was over and they price has come down for new customers whereas i was paying more - virgin refused to offer me the same price .... long story.

Anyway can someone please tell me if i can apply for a new contract on the same address while the old contract is under cancellation???
I can ask my wife to apply so the customer name will be new.
#13
shahid2000
I gave my cancellation notice last week because my contract term was over and they price has come down for new customers whereas i was paying more - virgin refused to offer me the same price .... long story.

Anyway can someone please tell me if i can apply for a new contract on the same address while the old contract is under cancellation???
I can ask my wife to apply so the customer name will be new.


address will be the same, so you can't...
#14
I am effectively paying just over £18 a month on a 12 month contract for a 30Mb connection. So still around £7 cheaper per month plus I'm not tied into the contract for a further 6 months. Deal ended a few days ago.
#15
nice deal as i also have to update my pack this is a lot cheaper thanks
#16
Does anyone have the 100Mb broadband service as I'm currently contemplating in installing this service with no other extra packages (only broadband wanted) but not sure if the extra outlay is worth it? Is this service recommended ?

Has anyone have issues with Virgin's traffic management policy?

Traffic management
#17
I'm struggling to justify the "V+" cost. I currently have Sky+ and now can't live without the recording,sseries link and rewinding features etc. The basic pack suits me but if I was the "+" part I have to pay an extra £5 a month PLUS £49.99 activation fee, seems a rip off for what is involved. Any way around this?

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