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£100 Amazon/M&S/John Lewis voucher from Virgin Media for New Customers ** Pls do not offer / request referrals *

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Virgin Media are currently offering a £100 voucher for either Amazon, M&S or John Lewis with any of their current promotional bundles. I was thinking of switching to the Mix bundle (with £70 off f… Read More
Virgin Media are currently offering a £100 voucher for either Amazon, M&S or John Lewis with any of their current promotional bundles. I was thinking of switching to the Mix bundle (with £70 off f…
jamiet92 Avatar2d, 8h agoFound 2 days, 8 hours ago30 Comments
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sam1970
I have just moved to Virgin from BT (I was referred). I got the superfibre 50+ TV player bundle (not interested in it but they included it in the deal) + phone (Talk weekends) all for £15 per month. Adding to that £50 credit for being referred. PM me if you would like me to refer you for the same deal
ello Mate just seen your post on Virgin Media HUKD. Would you mind send me the link for this referal Deal? What speed internet did you get?
I'm looking to move to Virgin but not sure how best to get a deal ;)
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For those complaining about no offers for existing customers, speak to retentions at the end of the contract and if they can't offer you a good deal...leave, It's what i did after being with Virgin for 10+ years, switched to sky and saved myself hundreds a year, now coming back to Virgin as they are working out cheaper than sky for 'new' customers, will probably switch to BT next year.
Companies will always offer new customers good deals in order to reel them in and then increase prices slowly in the long term, I refuse to be conned by them anymore.
I agree with you.

People complain about new customers getting deals, but existing customers were new customers once and got a deal so not sure what the problem is. As you say, best thing to do is to keep switching, or threatening to switch to keep the deals coming.
For those complaining about no offers for existing customers, speak to retentions at the end of the contract and if they can't offer you a good deal...leave, It's what i did after being with Virgin for 10+ years, switched to sky and saved myself hundreds a year, now coming back to Virgin as they are working out cheaper than sky for 'new' customers, will probably switch to BT next year.

Companies will always offer new customers good deals in order to reel them in and then increase prices slowly in the long term, I refuse to be conned by them anymore.
robodan918
got a better deal through refer-a-friend 50 credit + 100 gift card. 25/month for 200mb/s, phone (who needs it), and tv box (even though I don't need that either and won't even take it out of the box!).
Anyone had any experience with the gift cards?


how did u manage to bag the card? what tv package/box did u get?

best I been offered is full house and 50 credit £35pm
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Virgin Media Vivid 100 Broadband & Phone (£30 /12mths) + £14.99 for activation. - £374.99 ** NO REFERRALS **

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Virgin Media Vivid 100 Broadband and Weekend Phone for Just £30.00 a month 12 Month Contract. If you decide to not cancel after 12 month monthly cost will be £40.00 a month. No line rental . One of p… Read More
Virgin Media Vivid 100 Broadband and Weekend Phone for Just £30.00 a month 12 Month Contract. If you decide to not cancel after 12 month monthly cost will be £40.00 a month. No line rental . One of p…
bullet_khan Avatar3d, 2h agoFound 3 days, 2 hours ago23 Comments
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sam1970
I have just moved to Virgin from BT (I was referred). I got the superfibre 50+ TV player bundle (not interested in it but they included it in the deal) + phone (Talk weekends) all for £15 per month. Adding to that £50 credit for being referred. PM me if you would like me to refer you for the same deal

DnbTse
anyone can help me? im a customer at virgin already anyway to get this kinda deal without leaving?

These deals are for new customers only, unfortunately existing customers aren't that lucky.
anyone can help me? im a customer at virgin already anyway to get this kinda deal without leaving?
justforme
chrisnoon74
I pay £23.5 for 100MB Virgin Broadband and line rental. We have Now TV, NetFlix and Prime throughout the house (no conventional TV). Never see any throttle apart from when I used to use my slingbox (which was upload)
I'm paying £20.00/mth for 100meg broadband, TV with tivo box and phone with line rental included. Also received £50 for signing up, so paying less than £16 per month all in (via referral). As you say too, speeds are great.
currently a virgin media customer and cant get anything like this!
sam1970
I have just moved to Virgin from BT (I was referred). I got the superfibre 50+ TV player bundle (not interested in it but they included it in the deal) + phone (Talk weekends) all for £15 per month. Adding to that £50 credit for being referred. PM me if you would like me to refer you for the same deal

Have PM'd you. Sounds interesting and something I would like to take up.
I have just moved to Virgin from BT (I was referred). I got the superfibre 50+ TV player bundle (not interested in it but they included it in the deal) + phone (Talk weekends) all for £15 per month. Adding to that £50 credit for being referred. PM me if you would like me to refer you for the same deal
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Virgin Media 150Mbps Internet only £23.25 p/m 12 Months, £279.00 no phone line required retentions deal

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Called to cancel Virgin Media internet after 12 months as increased to £36 a month for 150 Mbps, Virgin went ahead and accepted 30 days cancellation notice. 3 days later a call from the outbound te… Read More
Called to cancel Virgin Media internet after 12 months as increased to £36 a month for 150 Mbps, Virgin went ahead and accepted 30 days cancellation notice. 3 days later a call from the outbound te…
sinxa Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago102 Comments
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I ended up getting the above deal with 200MB broadband for £49. Got both the V6 box and Superhub 3.0.
hunsbury0
After giving my notice today, the best that they would offer me is £32 for 100mb broadband only.
I have been with them for 16 yrs, yet they are giving others for £18 for 150/200mb broadband + landline!
Last week they wouldn't even offer me what they offer new customers. They had offered me 100 mb broadband for £38 & no landline!
I am off to BT for 52mb unlimited broadband + landline which works out about £13.16 after £100 tcb, 150 bt reward, 50 bt cashback.

Any update, did they call you yet? I need to call them soon as my rental saver & current contract is due to end. I have been with them for over 20 years. Hate calling them and going through the same old crap trying to get a decent deal. Very tempted to ditch the phone line altogether.
IWannaBeAdored
kiish
I've just got this:
Full House TV
V6 Box
200Mb
Talk Weekends
£50/month
£14.99 activation
12 mo contract
Used 'Recommend a friend' through my family so will get £50 off bill, used TCB which tracked on top and will use cash back price match to Quidco to get £220 from that (I prefer tcb and its always paid out)
Assuming tcb works then that's about £29/mo!
I just got offered this, but only 150MB broadband for £50 p/m.
Not sure it's a great deal after reading back through this thread.

Yah £50/mo isn't good, I'm depending on topcashback paying otherwise will be ****. Anything like £40/mo ish should be good deal though even with 150mb. BT Sport is expensive with Sky as well if you watch footy.

Sky also hiked prices on TV so isn't great either now...

Edited By: kiish on Apr 21, 2017 16:26
Currently paying £29 pm rang up to cancel to get the call back. Very nice lady on phone said she'll credit my account to cover next 3 bills without taking new contract. So I've taken that with the intent of cancelling again in 3 months time. She even said ring back in 3 months time see if we have any better deals for you.
kiish
I've just got this:
Full House TV
V6 Box
200Mb
Talk Weekends
£50/month
£14.99 activation
12 mo contract
Used 'Recommend a friend' through my family so will get £50 off bill, used TCB which tracked on top and will use cash back price match to Quidco to get £220 from that (I prefer tcb and its always paid out)
Assuming tcb works then that's about £29/mo!

I just got offered this, but only 150MB broadband for £50 p/m.

Not sure it's a great deal after reading back through this thread.

Edited By: IWannaBeAdored on Apr 21, 2017 12:38: Edit
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Premier League Away Games for just £20.00 (Select Fixtures) via virgin media

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Hi Folks, My first deal so I may well get a lot of this wrong. This to me seems like a great deal, and something of particularly useful information to supporters of these clubs who will already Read More
Hi Folks, My first deal so I may well get a lot of this wrong. This to me seems like a great deal, and something of particularly useful information to supporters of these clubs who will already
MrStemo Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago20 Comments
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DonkeyKonk
Oh thank you multi billionaire Sir Richard Branston, how kind of you m'lud.
Bet he donates to charity as well, who the **** does he think he is?
Great find, cheers
Great deal for actual football fans and not plastic armchair ones.
Great to see where the repeated price rises are being spent. I wonder if they'll apply the same thinking to their line rental price.
mattturner756
Cheap_n_Nicety
Shame they've only limited it top Premier League where away tickets are already capped at £30, as away fans in the Championship can easily pay £35-£40.


I think premier league teams have so much money to spend it's a necessity
Many championship teams are strapped for cash, so the money you pay is because of the lack of tv money you get in comparison. Won't be long till championship is more expensive as clubs spend more trying to push onto the premier league whilst bankrupting themselves


Yeah, the lower down the leagues you go the more important the gate money is.

I'm alright though as Huddersfield season tickets are only £199, which would be a bargain for the Premier League or Championship depending on how the rest of the season goes.
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Free Sky Cinema trial with Virgin Media

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I first received an email about this last week and thought it was pretty good. I don't know if it is account specific. I have today received another email and you have to opt in by 2/04 so Im glad I… Read More
I first received an email about this last week and thought it was pretty good. I don't know if it is account specific. I have today received another email and you have to opt in by 2/04 so Im glad I…
jude7219 Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago4 Comments
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got the e-mail not going to risk going for it as no doubt they will screw the account up when trying to remove it. On hold to retentions at the mo as my bill has gone up loads this month,

Edited By: chrisvenn on Mar 31, 2017 18:55
Unfortunately this is account specific.
Uridium
Is there a link in the email?
Yes there was
Is there a link in the email?
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Virgin Media Full House Bundle - £55.00 a month for 12 months then £76 a month 12 month contract £14.99 activation fee + £220 Quidco cashback

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Quidco are currently offering £220 on the Full House Bundle (plus others), which would bring this down to £36.66 equivalent per month for the year. You get a ton of stuff plus the latest Virgin TV V6 Read More
Quidco are currently offering £220 on the Full House Bundle (plus others), which would bring this down to £36.66 equivalent per month for the year. You get a ton of stuff plus the latest Virgin TV V6
anthony69 Avatar1m, 20h agoFound 1 month, 20 hours ago28 Comments
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Whether people like virgin or not this is still a really good deal. Heat!!
Try being with Sky in the middle of a city centre with 2.5MB with a service that constantly drops out.

I think if you have a problem with your service you are pretty screwed whoever you are with.
Changed from Sky to Virgin 3 years ago, I'd never go back, our Broadband is amazing!! the box is slightly clunky compared to Sky but now I much prefer it especially the new V6 box..customer service too has been brilliant! had 2 problems with Superhub 3 but had an engineer in 2 days and now all sorted!
Joemobro
anthony69
Joemobro
Watch with the speed test as they use specific ports so VM know exactly when they are run and no doubt let the traffic flow fast.
Rubbish. Most of the tests use the standard http ports. I suppose you have some links to back up this theory?. Im guessing not.
Clearly a disgruntled ex Virgin customer, or possibly frustrated you cant get Virgin where you are?.
Yes, standard ports than can let the traffic flow. Where's the evidence they don't? Search Google for speed test manipulation. If they can block a torrent site I'm sure they can manipulate a speed test. I get 200meg apparently that stops when it feels like it - several times a day and their super hubs are crap. Even my catch-up TV buffers like 2001.
Yes, I've been saying that, odd how a teck can turn up and the problems are solved when they run a test on their mobile device... then leave and the problems are back... Exactly the same with the call centres too, run the tests while on the phone then 5 mins later it's bust.... Regardless of the 221meg, 9 ping and 12 upload, you can't even watch a youtube vid without constant buffering... with SKY on between 20-25meg we had zero problems, the numbers do not matter to me as long as we have a constant reliable service, you don't get that with Vermin Media, just get big numbers, faults and lots of lies.
mmurdoch
Jenn101
I'd advise anyone to check out the feedback on V.M social media pages first... Where some people may have a reliable service, the majority do not as many areas are over utilised... Massive outages ate peak times, weekends and even when you do get the BB service speeds you are paying for, you still get drop offs and frequent buffering..... Add the totally dire Customer Service to the mix with reps who blatantly lie (even the techs say they are lying) just to fob you off... Not worth it.... Paying a large sum of money for a massive headache....
Got to agree with these comments, had Virgin's up to 200mbs for a year and it was really **** poor, nowhere near advertised or the speeds I was told when purchasing. High utilisation just killed it for me, Fobbed off for a year about them improving it, complete garbage for me. The only thing that made it slightly bearable was the accounts credits but even that was a pain having to ring up every month them some numpty basically talking crap.
Glad I left them
For 5 days we're had no catch up or on demand services, the internet drops off repeatedly.... After trying to get a Tech booked we had lies from V.M saying our area had been upgraded (fix the over utilisation problem), yet the techs have told me it was supposed to be done in Feb but it's nowhere near even being looked at....... The V.M call centre said they could not help me and to call back again tomorrow, they said they'd get a Manager to call me, literally peed myself laughing as that is the typical fobb off reply which made me extremely IRATE..... Explained that I knew about the fake claims of management calls and got empty promises... No call from V.M over 2 days... Only response now is to keep checking the service updates - our problems are not even on there........... For the people that have the service and have had no problems - well done, but for those who get problems it's never ending... So just pray your service remains stable or not too many others take up the service in your area!
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FREE SKY SPORT FOR 3 MONTHS VIRGIN MEDIA CUSTOMERS (Through chat)

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HI I'm absolutely loving my new Virgin Media services. I signed up for the player bundle and Talk More Anytime for £23 a month. I get 55mp when I only supposed to get 50mp. anyway, i was on live chat… Read More
HI I'm absolutely loving my new Virgin Media services. I signed up for the player bundle and Talk More Anytime for £23 a month. I get 55mp when I only supposed to get 50mp. anyway, i was on live chat…
aahmesda Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago9 Comments
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bensonburgess
New customers only, I've just been told.


That might be true. I just joined recently
New customers only, I've just been told.
You are lucky....we pay for 200mbs and are lucky to receive 80mbs majority of the time!
nexus76
What? It's there new tariff, those on 50 will be moved to 100 and they don't do a 55mbps
Naah, I supposed to get 50mp but in my area, they are all sky so sometimes it goes over 50mp
What? It's there new tariff, those on 50 will be moved to 100 and they don't do a 55mbps
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virgin media tvxl v6 box plus 200mbs fibre including line rental customer retention deal £39.99 - £479.88

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is this a good retention deal i was offered today, I was going to join BT but this seems to have better internet speed compare to BT. So here is the retention deal £39.99 12 month Contract 200MB Read More
is this a good retention deal i was offered today, I was going to join BT but this seems to have better internet speed compare to BT. So here is the retention deal £39.99 12 month Contract 200MB
chigger1 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago47 Comments
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Just got 2 v6 boxes VIP package. Sky sports,movies. No fee £63.20 a month.
Thank you for the Breakdown
Filiii
stev67
as a new customer coming from sky, i got, the new v6 box, .full house TV, inc BT sports, sky cinema, 200 broadband, weekend phone calls,,,,£100 credit to account, £50 recommendation credit and £80 quidco..=£35pm approx not bad deal, same as i was paying at sky for cr*p broadband , no movies and a smaller tv bundle.
Can you let us know how do you contact them? was over phone, chat? I would like to get the same deal if possible, I'm on EE right now. How the recommendation works? Cheers
that looks to me like limited edition full house movies offer for £55p/m
http://www.virginmedia.com/shop/bundles/full-house-movies-bundle.html

(55*12)-100-50-80 = 430 p/a -> 35.83 p/m
stev67
as a new customer coming from sky, i got, the new v6 box, .full house TV, inc BT sports, sky cinema, 200 broadband, weekend phone calls,,,,£100 credit to account, £50 recommendation credit and £80 quidco..=£35pm approx not bad deal, same as i was paying at sky for cr*p broadband , no movies and a smaller tv bundle.
Can you let us know how do you contact them? was over phone, chat? I would like to get the same deal if possible, I'm on EE right now. How the recommendation works? Cheers
as a new customer coming from sky, i got, the new v6 box, .full house TV, inc BT sports, sky cinema, 200 broadband, weekend phone calls,,,,£100 credit to account, £50 recommendation credit and £80 quidco..=£35pm approx not bad deal, same as i was paying at sky for cr*p broadband , no movies and a smaller tv bundle.
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Virgin media Offer instore £362.99

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Player Bundle 100 Player TV + VIVID 100 broadband + Talk Weekends Entertainment brought together. Brilliantly connected by superfast. Essential free to air channels like Dave and challenges Read More
Player Bundle 100 Player TV + VIVID 100 broadband + Talk Weekends Entertainment brought together. Brilliantly connected by superfast. Essential free to air channels like Dave and challenges
sonnyshh Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago22 Comments
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Can I remind people that requesting / offering referrals is strictly not allowed on HUKD
bulktrans

My 18 month contract comes to an end tomorrow and they are not offering any discounts or deals .. any advice? thanks

Unfortunately it seems to be a case of great deals for new customers and not so good for existing.

If I were you I would call and choose the option that you are wanting to leave. That will put you through to their retentions/loyalty department who are normally the ones to offer the best deals to keep you as a customer.
happymanuk
ibl0010
happymanuk
I went for a deal last week but with 50Mbps internet instead of 100Mbps - £15 per month, with £50 bill credit and free activation.
Where did you get your deal from. Was it online or store. My 30 days notice period with Virginia ends in two days, does anyone one if Virgin will let me transfer to one of this deal or take the deal as a new customer given I am leaving Virginia in two days.
I negotiated the deal with Virgin and I'm allowed to offer it to friends and family. It is only available to new customers though (not existing) unfortunately. Player Bundle for £15/month, along with £50 credit - works out at £10.83 per month for 12 months on a 12 month contract - with TV, Phone, Line Rental and Broadband.

My 18 month contract comes to an end tomorrow and they are not offering any discounts or deals .. any advice? thanks
happymanuk
ksalimraj1999
Hi Asking for postcode or acc. number for friend referral
This has to be done through a dedicated team. You can't contact Virgin independently and ask for this though.

Not sure if my last message sent to you...thanks happymanuk!! All booked for installation Tuesday - same deal as you managed!! Great deal!!
ksalimraj1999
Hi Asking for postcode or acc. number for friend referral

This has to be done through a dedicated team. You can't contact Virgin independently and ask for this though.
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Virgin Media £552.00 for 12m retention

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I'd read about all the great retention posts on here from people who have been with Virgin Media for years, contacted VM to cancel and then offered a better deal to stay, so thought I'd give it a try.… Read More
I'd read about all the great retention posts on here from people who have been with Virgin Media for years, contacted VM to cancel and then offered a better deal to stay, so thought I'd give it a try.…
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FUNKIT247
My contact is up on the 9th April.
I currently have the full house package. When ever I have spoken to anyone at Virgin in relation to any issues & diverted the discussion onto a possible upgrade I have been told the best they can do is £70 pm.
I have been with virgin for over 10 years now what is my best move as I am not paying £70 per month.
Also is it best to wait until 9th april to enter discussions or hand in my notice. Can I give 30 days notice ?


Yes you could give them the 30 days notice from 10th March tell them you're sick of paying over the odds for what you're getting. Then just wait for the retentions team to give you a call a few days later. They're the ones who have the ability to give really good deals in order to get you to stay. Good luck!
My contact is up on the 9th April.
I currently have the full house package. When ever I have spoken to anyone at Virgin in relation to any issues & diverted the discussion onto a possible upgrade I have been told the best they can do is £70 pm.
I have been with virgin for over 10 years now what is my best move as I am not paying £70 per month.
Also is it best to wait until 9th april to enter discussions or hand in my notice. Can I give 30 days notice ?
Chris-C
My guess is you aren't a big downloader. It seems many of the people who they are letting go aren't big downloaders and they aren't even giving calls back.


Thats true. im not a big downloader.
My guess is you aren't a big downloader. It seems many of the people who they are letting go aren't big downloaders and they aren't even giving calls back.
Thanks to the o.p.
I cancelled last week with virgin.
I was paying 92.73 for
talk unlimited, full house tv(xl)which includes bt sports.
V+hd, 200 vivid fibre broadband
1 additional vbox tivo and a paper bill each month. When I cancelled I was offered the same package but with weekend calls only and 70 broadband for 70.00 per month.
I declined and the outbound team called me back tonight.
After much haggling , I am now getting the same deal as i had except I have paperless billing and 150 fibre broadband . Total now per month is 55.00 which I am mïore than happy with. So the message is,to existing customers, cancel and wait for a call from the outbound team. Thanks again.
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Virgin media 50mbs broadband, player tv tivo package, talk weekends and line rental £29 for first 12 months. £14.99 activation fee. Total cost: £362.99

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Via carphone warehouse partner offer you can get basic tv package with tivo. 50mbs fibre broadband and talk weekend phone package including line rental for just £29 a month for the first 12 months, 12… Read More
Via carphone warehouse partner offer you can get basic tv package with tivo. 50mbs fibre broadband and talk weekend phone package including line rental for just £29 a month for the first 12 months, 12…
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justpassingthru
I signed up yesterday for £29 a month for 12 months.

That was bad timing! - Hopefully it will be of use to someone else.

Thanks
I've gone ahead and in the process of moving from BT to Virgin Media (through a referral offer).

Player Bundle
TV with Tivo,
50Mbps Unlimited Broadband,
Phone with weekend calls and line rental

£15 per month for 12 months including line rental! (and £50 credit) - no activation. I couldn't beat that so very happy now.

(Please don't post here asking for referrals as I believe it is not allowed).

Edited By: happymanuk on Feb 15, 2017 11:50

Thanks for sharing this. About as much use as a chocolate fire guard...
I signed up yesterday for £29 a month for 12 months.

Edited By: justpassingthru on Feb 15, 2017 12:22
I've gone ahead and in the process of moving from BT to Virgin Media (through a referral offer).

Player Bundle
TV with Tivo,
50Mbps Unlimited Broadband,
Phone with weekend calls and line rental

£15 per month for 12 months including line rental! (and £50 credit) - no activation. I couldn't beat that so very happy now.

(Please don't post here asking for referrals as I believe it is not allowed).

Edited By: happymanuk on Feb 15, 2017 11:50
H0lySm0kes
I signed up to virgin media today online, got a code from live chat for £50 credit to bill...type "Have50" into the promo code section ;)


Thanks buggy will go for the 100mb now
H0lySm0kes
I signed up to virgin media today online, got a code from live chat for £50 credit to bill...type "Have50" into the promo code section ;)


I typed have250 I'm a made man now
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Mix TV +150 chanels 500GB TiVo box and 50Mbps Broadband for £23.00 + £14.99 activation fee (for new costumers) @ Virginmediapartners

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Call 0800 781 2981. My contract with Virgin expired so I was looking for a good deal. Virgin didn't give me any deal except fibre 50 mbs for £28 and I found this number on Carphonewarehouse Websit… Read More
Call 0800 781 2981. My contract with Virgin expired so I was looking for a good deal. Virgin didn't give me any deal except fibre 50 mbs for £28 and I found this number on Carphonewarehouse Websit…
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I'm very interested in getting this deals, but I'm still a new member and can't send pm yet, will be possible to someone help me to get this deal as well.
happymanuk
yulu91
Well obviously people with different situations (or even different post codes according to some comments) get different deals, it would be much helpful if you could share how you got your deal. After all there's no point of mentioning it if it's a price only you were able to get.
It is a referral only deal which I have offered to a few people. Rules on HotUKDeals forbid posting requests for or offering off such a deal, but if you know someone who has got the deal they will be able to refer you for the same deal.
The offer is:
TV with 500GB TiVo Box
50Mbps Unlimited broadband
Medium Telephone with weekend calls
Line Rental included
Free Connection/Activation
Free Equipment
12 month contract
£15/month for 12 months
plus £50 credit on account for being referred
I got the same deal.. really can't complain. The paperwork says £29 a month but they then give you £14 a month discount for the 12 months.

Edited By: winchman on Mar 14, 2017 15:41
yulu91
Well obviously people with different situations (or even different post codes according to some comments) get different deals, it would be much helpful if you could share how you got your deal. After all there's no point of mentioning it if it's a price only you were able to get.

It is a referral only deal which I have offered to a few people. Rules on HotUKDeals forbid posting requests for or offering off such a deal, but if you know someone who has got the deal they will be able to refer you for the same deal.

The offer is:

TV with 500GB TiVo Box
50Mbps Unlimited broadband
Medium Telephone with weekend calls
Line Rental included
Free Connection/Activation
Free Equipment
12 month contract
£15/month for 12 months
plus £50 credit on account for being referred
happymanuk
yulu91
Carphonewarehouse just confirmed as long as you are willing to set up a new Virgin Media under a different name you can be treated as a new customer. So cancel current service and sign new contract through carphonewarehouse to get cheaper price, done!

Thanks! - That is useful to know. Although the Carphone Warehouse deal isn't necessarily the cheapest - The £15/month deal I am on (TV, Phone, Line Rental and 50Mbps broadband) I think is unlikely to be beaten.


Well obviously people with different situations (or even different post codes according to some comments) get different deals, it would be much helpful if you could share how you got your deal. After all there's no point of mentioning it if it's a price only you were able to get.
yulu91
Carphonewarehouse just confirmed as long as you are willing to set up a new Virgin Media under a different name you can be treated as a new customer. So cancel current service and sign new contract through carphonewarehouse to get cheaper price, done!

Thanks! - That is useful to know. Although the Carphone Warehouse deal isn't necessarily the cheapest - The £15/month deal I am on (TV, Phone, Line Rental and 50Mbps broadband) I think is unlikely to be beaten.
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TV, 50Mbps broadband and anytime calls £29.00 per month @ Virgin media

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It's exclusive to Saga Magazine customers but they don't ask when you call them. You get the player bundle with 70 odd channels, 50mbps broadband, tivobox and anytime calls for £29 a month. You can't Read More
It's exclusive to Saga Magazine customers but they don't ask when you call them. You get the player bundle with 70 odd channels, 50mbps broadband, tivobox and anytime calls for £29 a month. You can't
CTbear Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago32 Comments
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cocoiffy
matin
cocoiffy
I got the same deal for £20pm on a 12 month contract
how did you get that?
It was a referral deal. If you interested then send me a PM


thanks for the offer but I have already taken a similar package for £29 just not unlimited mins. waiting for installation. three weeks wait after waiting over a year for line release. it's the only way I can get more than 7mb as don't have fibre option with BT line :(
Is this just for new customers? Any existing customers managed to get them to match this?
matin
cocoiffy
I got the same deal for £20pm on a 12 month contract
how did you get that?
It was a referral deal. If you interested then send me a PM
eslick
copystuff
We was end of contract but renewed as we were told we could have it for a certain amount for the next twelve months if we stayed this was online chat , then we all got new price increase letter thru the door so we went online spoke to them again and told them what we was told but they denied it and my wife never kept the conversaiton so we had no proof any longer. It. Has Left a sour taste thats why i say dont belive what they say.

You need to keep all conversation with any of these companies same goes for sky. Guys on the phone can promise the world letters come with wrong details and you have to complain to get it out right. Sky do this frequently and an email to their CEO office normally fixes it virgin are probably the same.


nope, email to virgin CEO takes you to stupid members of executive who don't know what they're cussing about
cocoiffy
I got the same deal for £20pm on a 12 month contract


how did you get that?
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Free Sky Cinema for new Virgin Media customers taking the Full House bundle (240+ channels, BT Sport, 200mb BB, V6 box, free weekend calls) at £55pm (£15 install) on 12 month contract (£564.99 total with Quidco cashback)

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I was paying far too much to Sky as my 12 month deal had run it's course and came across this from Virgin, that suited me well. Thought other may be interested. For £55 per month I get: - 12 mon… Read More
I was paying far too much to Sky as my 12 month deal had run it's course and came across this from Virgin, that suited me well. Thought other may be interested. For £55 per month I get: - 12 mon…
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Well Im happy with this deal, factor in the £110 cashback and it works out £46 per month, heat from me :)
Cold for me, i will not pay more than £30pm for this type of deal, unfortunately that is only offered by retention team, for new customers it is always very expensive
dannyzz
ikc0312
I got offered the same deal (excluding the v6 box) and fixed for 24 months @£39 was an existing virgin broadband customer but nothing else

How would i able to get this please for an existing customer.


It was something they were advertising over xmas got a leaflet through the post! I can't remember the name of the deal ! Sorry
ikc0312
I got offered the same deal (excluding the v6 box) and fixed for 24 months @£39 was an existing virgin broadband customer but nothing else

How would i able to get this please for an existing customer.
I got offered the same deal (excluding the v6 box) and fixed for 24 months @£39 was an existing virgin broadband customer but nothing else
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Virgin Media fast broadband for only £22 a month, no phone line needed £264.00

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Virgin media are offering BB for £22, only a 12 month contract, no line rental needed or anything. And it's really fast with 50mb broadband! Read More
Virgin media are offering BB for £22, only a 12 month contract, no line rental needed or anything. And it's really fast with 50mb broadband!
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Hi Usman330.

I'm unable to DM you, "User does not have private messaging enabled."
I would like to swap back to VM with this offer but I've had the same landline for over a decade now so I would not like to lose it. On the other hand, I don't fancy paying an extra £7/mth just to so a handful of mobilephobic F&F and "Microsoft" engineers can contact me. Does anyone know of a free/cheap service that accept PACs that I could use to park my landline number please?

Never mind just refreshed and notice that the deal has expired

Edited By: fablanta on Jan 31, 2017 17:08: Expired
Khatibibi
Plus £50 credit with code Vmvbox50 .
Code does not work?
Plus £50 credit with code Vmvbox50 .
Pretty hot, usually BB only is more expensive than taking BB with TV... Which I've always thought was stupid.
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virgin media tvxl v6 box plus 200mbs fibre including line rental. customer retention deal £20.50

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so I was going to join BT, mainly for the better wifi connection plus the bonus of getting BT sport in the package. after £110 topcashback and £150 reward card it was going to average out about £23 a Read More
so I was going to join BT, mainly for the better wifi connection plus the bonus of getting BT sport in the package. after £110 topcashback and £150 reward card it was going to average out about £23 a
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Anon
stonedave
Anon
stonedave
Anon
If you don't mind me asking, how does your deal appear on your bill please as £20.50 is the best deal I have seen reported? I am just wondering how they applied it - was it the £39 deal with then a credit for Line Rental Saver up front?
My full price after 12 months will be £73.50 all it says under promotional offers is 12 months TV and broadband discount as well as full house tv xl 12 month discount. Does say exactly how much each discount is. Just have to remember to renegotiate when I get towards that 12 months!
So your current package price is £73.50, discount shown as £53.50? The reason for asking (beyond trying to get my desk anywhere near that - currently double your price after discounts :() is if the Line Rental Saver has not been applied you yourself could pay that up front and it would take £19 per month off your package price (effectively paying £16.33 per month for line rental - so in your case £17.83 per month effectively 8) ).
Yes quite possibly, don't want to push my luck though :p I keep clicking on the upgrades and offers section on the website out of curiosity but it says there's nothing available for me.
How soon after you put in your order with BT did VM contact you please?
I had come to an agreement but the deal is not showing as agreed on the contract and is higher than others have achieved. I think I will cancel the change and go into cancellation again. It seems placing an order elsewhere gets a better deal overall from reports on various threads on here.
Can't remember exactly, probably a few days, I don't think they take cancellations seriously until they get the request from your new provider asking to change your line over and keep your old number, before that they just call your bluff as they know most people are just trying it on.
stonedave
Anon
stonedave
Anon
If you don't mind me asking, how does your deal appear on your bill please as £20.50 is the best deal I have seen reported? I am just wondering how they applied it - was it the £39 deal with then a credit for Line Rental Saver up front?
My full price after 12 months will be £73.50 all it says under promotional offers is 12 months TV and broadband discount as well as full house tv xl 12 month discount. Does say exactly how much each discount is. Just have to remember to renegotiate when I get towards that 12 months!
So your current package price is £73.50, discount shown as £53.50? The reason for asking (beyond trying to get my desk anywhere near that - currently double your price after discounts :() is if the Line Rental Saver has not been applied you yourself could pay that up front and it would take £19 per month off your package price (effectively paying £16.33 per month for line rental - so in your case £17.83 per month effectively 8) ).

Yes quite possibly, don't want to push my luck though :p I keep clicking on the upgrades and offers section on the website out of curiosity but it says there's nothing available for me.


How soon after you put in your order with BT did VM contact you please?

I had come to an agreement but the deal is not showing as agreed on the contract and is higher than others have achieved. I think I will cancel the change and go into cancellation again. It seems placing an order elsewhere gets a better deal overall from reports on various threads on here.
VM are tough to deal with - especially compared to sky. (Sky last year gave me 50% off and £150 bill credit)

Best I've managed with VM is:
200mbps broadband
Talk weekends
Line rental
Full house tv + sky cinema hd
= £56

Not as good as most deals on here; but still less than I was paying for 200mbps+line rental saver+sky so can't complain too much
Anon
stonedave
Anon
If you don't mind me asking, how does your deal appear on your bill please as £20.50 is the best deal I have seen reported? I am just wondering how they applied it - was it the £39 deal with then a credit for Line Rental Saver up front?
My full price after 12 months will be £73.50 all it says under promotional offers is 12 months TV and broadband discount as well as full house tv xl 12 month discount. Does say exactly how much each discount is. Just have to remember to renegotiate when I get towards that 12 months!
So your current package price is £73.50, discount shown as £53.50? The reason for asking (beyond trying to get my desk anywhere near that - currently double your price after discounts :() is if the Line Rental Saver has not been applied you yourself could pay that up front and it would take £19 per month off your package price (effectively paying £16.33 per month for line rental - so in your case £17.83 per month effectively 8) ).

Yes quite possibly, don't want to push my luck though :p I keep clicking on the upgrades and offers section on the website out of curiosity but it says there's nothing available for me.
stonedave
Anon
If you don't mind me asking, how does your deal appear on your bill please as £20.50 is the best deal I have seen reported? I am just wondering how they applied it - was it the £39 deal with then a credit for Line Rental Saver up front?
My full price after 12 months will be £73.50 all it says under promotional offers is 12 months TV and broadband discount as well as full house tv xl 12 month discount. Does say exactly how much each discount is. Just have to remember to renegotiate when I get towards that 12 months!


So your current package price is £73.50, discount shown as £53.50? The reason for asking (beyond trying to get my desk anywhere near that - currently double your price after discounts :() is if the Line Rental Saver has not been applied you yourself could pay that up front and it would take £19 per month off your package price (effectively paying £16.33 per month for line rental - so in your case £17.83 per month effectively 8) ).
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Free Sky Sports for 6 Weeks with Virgin Media (Select customers only)

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I received an email from Virgin Media today stating Sky Sports have been added to my package free for the next 6 weeks. Not added to freebies as TV package required but check your emails or SD Sports Read More
I received an email from Virgin Media today stating Sky Sports have been added to my package free for the next 6 weeks. Not added to freebies as TV package required but check your emails or SD Sports
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Get the sky card sharing for £50 per annum and you can enjoy all SD Channels !!
Ch33ky
Thanks OP :) .. I wouldn't have checked if I hadn't seen this thread.


Happy to have helped :)
Thanks OP :) .. I wouldn't have checked if I hadn't seen this thread.
I got the email.....no channels appeared - tried a reboot - still nowt......then try this

Help & Settings - Help - TV Care - Missing Channels - Refresh Missing Channels.....

15 mins later - Sky Sports (albeit in SD) are all there.........
KareemSaid
"Get in there – we’ve specially handpicked you to enjoy Sky Sports at no extra cost, from today and for the next 6 weeks."

Great for the selected accounts. Shame you could do nothing to help your long term loyal customers even when you quote the deals that some people have got on this site.

Then giving people Sky Sports free - how to not annoy and lose loyal customers 101

Bell ends


I totally agree mate
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Virgin Media retention - Full House Bundle - 200 - got it for £35.00pm 12 mnth contract [works out £420 for year]

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I took out a 12 month Contract with Virgin Media November 2015, did not want to commit to a further contract until I knew I would be working in the area so my payments went up to £40.48 last month whe… Read More
I took out a 12 month Contract with Virgin Media November 2015, did not want to commit to a further contract until I knew I would be working in the area so my payments went up to £40.48 last month whe…
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WalterSmith
5Rivers79
Best i got offered was 21 per month for 70mb and weekend calls. Thats after putting in an order to sky...stupid how everyone gets offered different deals and weve been with virgin for over 15 years!

Phone up and cancel. They call you back within the 30 days cancellation period and bend over backwards for you.

Last year I got my line rental paid - £185 for the year

I called them as my year is up, apparently they don't do that any more ...
The deal I was offered was pitiful.
I said, we'll I'll phone back when my year is up and give my 30 days notice. Lets see if I can get this deal!!


That is not true, unless it has stopped in the past month. I have seen reports on various forums where someone had put I. Their notice and an order elsewhere resulting in an Outbound Retentions call and free line rental offered as part of the deal.
WalterSmith
5Rivers79
Best i got offered was 21 per month for 70mb and weekend calls. Thats after putting in an order to sky...stupid how everyone gets offered different deals and weve been with virgin for over 15 years!

Phone up and cancel. They call you back within the 30 days cancellation period and bend over backwards for you.

Last year I got my line rental paid - £185 for the year

I called them as my year is up, apparently they don't do that any more ...
The deal I was offered was pitiful.
I said, we'll I'll phone back when my year is up and give my 30 days notice. Lets see if I can get this deal!!


i gave my 30 days notice in over 20 days ago lol
5Rivers79
Best i got offered was 21 per month for 70mb and weekend calls. Thats after putting in an order to sky...stupid how everyone gets offered different deals and weve been with virgin for over 15 years!

Phone up and cancel. They call you back within the 30 days cancellation period and bend over backwards for you.

Last year I got my line rental paid - £185 for the year

I called them as my year is up, apparently they don't do that any more ...
The deal I was offered was pitiful.
I said, we'll I'll phone back when my year is up and give my 30 days notice. Lets see if I can get this deal!!
Best i got offered was 21 per month for 70mb and weekend calls. Thats after putting in an order to sky...stupid how everyone gets offered different deals and weve been with virgin for over 15 years!
user777
ohmycrickey
do people still get the terrible tivo these days?? it's a horrid piece of kit. Surely you'd want to negotiate the new v6 box
so I have finally got to speak to someone;
nice guy but couldn't offered anything good enough;
told him that my Tivo is sluggish as hell so he then wanted to train me how to make it faster by clearing cache, interestingly that when he finally accepted my notice he told me to dispose my 2 boxes (Tivo 500 and V+HD) meaning it is so rubbish they even don't want it back...


They don't have the best offers until you cancel. Now wait to see if Outbound Retentions call - it appears putting in an order with BT or others to transfer your number can prompt them to call with the best deals
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Virgin - Broadband retention deal:£26.00 , This deal includes Broadband 100mbps and phone - talk weekend along with line rental

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Got the deal last year which worked out at around 18 per month as i paid line rental up front for 50mbs. Messaged them earlier about any deals for renewing as thinking of changing provider and got thi… Read More
Got the deal last year which worked out at around 18 per month as i paid line rental up front for 50mbs. Messaged them earlier about any deals for renewing as thinking of changing provider and got thi…
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cancel you contract then retentions called me 2 days later. Now I pay £29 unlimited telephone all day night 100mb internet 18 month contract
Thanks for posting OP, just about to phone VM as my deal ended last month.
ruhalz99
How do i actually get this deal? It only redirects me to the £15 sim only deal whnever I click on it


You basically phone them up and try and haggle the best deal you can
How do i actually get this deal? It only redirects me to the £15 sim only deal whnever I click on it
yes its included
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VIRGIN MEDIA VIP BUNDLE FOR £1 £26.99

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Glitch VIP Bundle deal for £1 Full House TV + Sky Cinema HD + Sky Sports HD + Extra box + VIVID 200 broadband + Talk More Anytime Our very impressive package. All the Sky Sports channels in Read More
Glitch VIP Bundle deal for £1 Full House TV + Sky Cinema HD + Sky Sports HD + Extra box + VIVID 200 broadband + Talk More Anytime Our very impressive package. All the Sky Sports channels in
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https://www.virginmediapartners.com/offer/60a-partners-vip

Now £80 pm !

Can someone expire this to save any more people wasting their time?


Edited By: LesD on Jan 01, 2017 23:14
Like hell thats going to be honored.
yahoo007
It's back to full price now, just managed to order mine


OP do us all a favour when you get confirmation VM will honour this ( which they won't ) post a copy of that on this thread please - I'd actually like to be proven wrong.
Spam

this link is asking to log in, was you a Virgin member anyway?

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