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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
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 Avatar1d, 11h agoFound 1 day, 11 hours ago17 Comments
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PvPJack
Hi Mate, Any chance you could hook me up with that sweet deal you got for Virgin Media? I'm a new customer moving into my house next monday an I've been coming back to the webchat every few days. Best they can offer is Player Bundle with 50mb/s for £29 a month! Outrageous.

No problem - I've sent you a PM for the deal !
jb66
If anyone wants to order this online drop me a PM and i'll send a link
Hi jb66 - can you PM the link?
BritishDragon
ibl0010

Given am out of contract with Virgin in 2 day, do you think I can get that same deal as you as a new customer.
If there's someone else living with you they can take the new customer contract. I do this with the missus regularly
You must have got lucky as I think they won't see any one else in my house as a new customer.
ibl0010

Given am out of contract with Virgin in 2 day, do you think I can get that same deal as you as a new customer.

If there's someone else living with you they can take the new customer contract. I do this with the missus regularly
happymanuk
ibl0010
Given am out of contract with Virgin in 2 day, do you think I can get that same deal as you as a new customer.
I'm not sure at what stage Virgin Media would classify you as a 'New Customer' ? - Possibly if you have had no active services with them for a few days it would probably be fine. You can PM me at that point and if the offer is still on I can try and help you to get it.
Thanks

Hi Mate, Any chance you could hook me up with that sweet deal you got for Virgin Media? I'm a new customer moving into my house next monday an I've been coming back to the webchat every few days. Best they can offer is Player Bundle with 50mb/s for £29 a month! Outrageous.
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1GB data data sim £4.00pm (£48 per year) 12months @ Virgin Media

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If anyone needs a budget data sim with some data allowance this one is definitely one to look at. That's if you do not mind being bound by a 12 month contract. I was looking at data sims from EE,
If anyone needs a budget data sim with some data allowance this one is definitely one to look at. That's if you do not mind being bound by a 12 month contract. I was looking at data sims from EE,
DominikB Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago15 Comments
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Cold from me the 3 preloaded sim is £22.50 one off payment and lasts a year, no credit checks or contract.
The 12gb preloaded is better all-round more flexible unless you specifically need Ee network or 2g functionality which would be too slow anyway. Cold from me
76zedfour
then this point is mute.

[pedant mode] it's a moot point, not mute point. [/pedant mode]
Nujol
Remember to keep an eye on BT. Currently on their effective 62p per month deal from six months ago for 4gb (£10pm with over £110 in Amazon vouchers and cash back). All paid out perfectly within a couple of months.


​link?
76zedfour
Three I think have one of the best no hassle data deals at present. However if the OP can't get network coverage then this point is mute. For others that may be interested you can get 12gb of data for £23. This lasts a whole year so think of it as an annual SIM rather than a monthly SIM. It can be tethered and used in a tablet. Once the 12 months is up or all data is used then just pop in another SIM from same deal as this is cheaper than topping up the old card. So just to confirm there is no monthly allowance with this SIM, it is not 12 months at 1gb per month, it is one years worth of 12gb data, use as little or as much as you want to use each month. You can receive calls and texts to the SIM number however do not try to add credit to these Sims in order to use for voice calls. It will convert from a data sim and hence become a normal monthly SIM. This is a data sim and data sim only.https://www.mymemory.co.uk/SIM-Cards/3/3-PAYG-4G-Trio-Data-SIM-Pack-Preloaded-with-12GB-of-Data-for-Mobile-Broadband
Three also have a 24gb SIM deal but I can't see any available from stockists at the minute. This works out cheaper per GB and will likely come back in stock over next few months.
These sims can also be used abroad and are great to use for data in dual Sim phones together with a bargain voice and text SIM in order to reduce your monthly mobile bill greatly.

Yes, this was a great deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/three-payg-trio-data-sim-preloaded-with-24-gb-data-28-40-amazon-2543727
Pity it's no longer available...
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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.…
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.…
Scarbo Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago20 Comments
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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.
Ive got the 50mbps internet package with talk weekends and the M TV Package on Virgin and paying about £50 a month. Think i need to give Virgin media a call and see what better offers they an give me!!!
I phoned up today as I've got 1 month left on the contract. I've been with them 7 years or so.
I'm currently on the unlimited uk calls, 200mb and the top TV package paying £77 a month.

I told them I didnt need the TV as the tivo has been switched off for 3+ weeks and no one has noticed.
I told them the phone wasn't important either.

£50.50 a month for 12 months was the offer and that was just 200mb and weekend calls on the landline.

I told them that was laughable as a new customer with cashback could get the V6 box, 200mb and the same calls for £45 after cashback. His reply "you arent a new customer". My reply "well I wont be a customer".

Given 30 days notice. Told them I'm going to sky fiber.

"oh but sir you really do need the broadband, an average house uses around 80gb a month, you use about 700gb a month". I didnt bother to correct him on the maths but sky fiber will handle 700gb a month with ease.

All I want them to say is "Hey chris, have 300mb for £30 a month" and I'll stay.
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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…
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…
stonedave Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago16 Comments
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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…
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…
Sliwka Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago71 Comments
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cameroncherry505
​Are you sure this isn't a scam?

No, I've access to my Virgin Media account now (after signing up earlier this week) and confirmed with Live Chat the deal I had agreed - which all matches up!
happymanuk
Gannet
Is that including line rental? Can any Virgin customer refer this offer?

Yes, line rental included. £15/month all in for TV, Phone (including line rental) and unlimited 50Mbps broadband.

No, it can only be offered to new Virgin customers by someone who has received this deal.


​Are you sure this isn't a scam?
Gannet
Is that including line rental? Can any Virgin customer refer this offer?

Yes, line rental included. £15/month all in for TV, Phone (including line rental) and unlimited 50Mbps broadband.

No, it can only be offered to new Virgin customers by someone who has received this deal.
happymanuk
Gone ahead and signed up to Virgin Media (through a referral offer).
TV with Tivo,
50Mbps Unlimited Broadband,
Phone with weekend calls and line rental
£15 per month for 12 months (and £50 credit) - no activation. I couldn't beat that so very happy now.
(Please don't post asking for referrals as I believe it is not allowed).

Is that including line rental? Can any Virgin customer refer this offer?
happymanuk
Gone ahead and signed up to Virgin Media (through a referral offer).
TV with Tivo,
50Mbps Unlimited Broadband,
Phone with weekend calls and line rental
£15 per month for 12 months (and £50 credit) - no activation. I couldn't beat that so very happy now.
(Please don't post asking for referrals as I believe it is not allowed).
That is an outstanding offer.
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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
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 Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days 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…
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…
loki_likei Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago24 Comments
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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!
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!
Mhairi85 Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago23 Comments
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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
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
stonedave Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago132 Comments
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We had a few missed calls from them yet they never seemed to call when we were at home. Never mind. We now have Sky Q installed. Amazing WiFi reception around the house/garden compared to Virgin Media. Must admit I was concerned about the broadband speed but we seem to be hitting the 30megs every time I do a speed test (which is pretty regularly just now ;) ) and to be honest, we stream everything we used to and notice no difference to when we were with VM despite dropping 120megs. Makes you wonder the kind of broadband speed you actually need compared to what you think you need !
Anyway, so far we are really happy with Sky Q and paying half of what we were before but my days of being a loyal customer are well and truly over. It doesn't pay to be loyal.
My missus gets fed up with me moving between Sky, Virgin and BT but it definitely saves some cash.

Just cancelled BT, ending contract early due to price hike, and going back to Virgin. Got a nice referral deal courtesy of a kind HDUK member. Got to watch Virgin billing though as they usually mess it up.

I'm definitely finding new customers get the best deals so I'm kind of forced to play the annual bartering game.
GrumpyJo
Anon
I have put in my notice and will hopefully get offered a decent deal - I followed the advice on one of the threads to go through the Moving Home link as that has chat and they will process your cancellation (though I didn't say I was moving overseas as he suggested which apparently shortens the conversation). Has anyone managed to get the Full House Cinema with 2 xV6 free replacements as a retention deal? If yes, how much per month please?
​I wouldn't get your hopes up. Been with VM for 10+ years and only offered to reduce my phone package. Sky Q gets installed tomorrow morning. Best of luck though

Yep also been with Virgin 10+ years. Offered me absolutely **** all. Pointed out it was cheaper to join as a new customer. Pointed out various "deals" that have been posted on here. Didn't care. Had ONE aggressive and fey phone call 2 days after I cancelled - best he offered me was more than a new sign up.

10+ years loyalty completely irrelevant. That's why Branson has his own island, employs Usain Bolt and the ex president of USA for free.

Whilst these companies are holding up traffic and making pi55 poor "repairs" to the potholes that they create just spare a thought for Obama and Branson living it up on Necker Island.
I wonder as au have put in my notice if putting in an order with BT or others to request a number transfer would help focus their minds to get in touch? I assume it would be easy to cancel.

Edited By: Anon on Feb 18, 2017 17:12: Edit
Anon
Kenp8257
stonedave
had the new v6 box a couple of weeks now and am definitely pleased with it, so much better than the old tivo. I player and youtube load instantly with no buffering where as I player wasn't even watchable on my tivo. all the menus seem to work faster and smoother and although I've never needed to record 6 things at once I often had annoying clashes where programs overlapped on the old system especially with the suggestion recordings, so that's no longer an issue. I'd definitely recommend everyone to push for the new v6 even if you have to pay installation fee it's worth it!
Totally agree.
Love my V6.
Bizarrely upstairs V6 is not plugged into ethernet cable (on wifi), yet can watch recordings etc on downstairs V6....
Result! !
If I recall, the boxes are linked through wifi (Tivos needed plugging in to a router - not sure if the V6 does?) so are just devices on your home network. If you want to watch all your channels though it needs the cable attaching.

Virgin state to watch programs from other tivos they need to be connected via ethernet cables etc....

However I have two V6 boxes - one connected by WiFi only and I can view programs on that box.... and vice versa.

Also my parents also have two V6 boxes and both of those are WiFi only and they too can view programs from either box. ...

However. ....

A couple times the option to view the other V6 box is greyed out - because 'the connection was broken'.

A simple dis-connect/re-connect of the power resolves this....

Not ideal but it doesn't happen often....

So happy days :-)
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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
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
Hastie86 Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago19 Comments
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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…
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…
gillas97 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago194 Comments
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shabibijunior
I've been trying to get this deal via online chat and in store but no luck.

Can anyone offer any advice?


You need to cancel then wait for them to call you.
I pay £34 a month and only get 50 mb I have to turn it off every day as it keeps going off and showing on the box INTERNET in red I spoke to a man on the phone and he said I was paying for a 100MB and he would sort it STILL WAITING so I am going to cancel next month it's only INTERNET I have
I've been trying to get this deal via online chat and in store but no luck.

Can anyone offer any advice?
Pezza2u
I always cancel on chat by saying I'm moving abroad, it's much quicker and easier this way and you don't get all the silly offers trying to keep you. A week later I got a text saying if I decide not to move I can keep my current services for half price. Unfortunately this doesn't apply to all bundles.
I then emailed my contact at Virgin and sorted a new deal out, which I've just confirmed and getting upgraded to on Saturday. I got this deal with extras and I already have player TV, you really need to cancel to get the better deals.
I'm now getting:
Full House TV
Sky Cinema
BT Sports
200MB Broadband
Talk Weekend
Caller ID
08 Numbers
V6 Box
Second V6 Box
Superhub 3 (Currently have 2)
Total is £46.50 a month, no extra charges for the boxes or installation - happy with that :D

I have received this text today after giving notice on Friday, but wondered what the half price applies to (until the end of 2017 according to the text)? Half of what - the price I am currently paying, or the list price? It would be helpful to know before contacting them -or does replying prompt the Outbound team to contact you? Many thanks


Edited By: Anon on Feb 13, 2017 17:00
stonedave
rford78
AVOID VIRGIN
I took out their Vivid so-called 100 Mbps Unlimited Fibre package, recently - speed tests (wired ethernet without any other downloads in background on a virus/spyware-free machine) revealed 20-30 Mbps on a daily basis, in the afternoons and evenings !!
Interestingly I get around 85 Mbps at 3.30 A.M. when nearly the whole country's fast asleep
Virgin are clearly deceiving and cheating their customers ! Avoid at all costs.
I've got the 200mbs vivid, lucky if I get above 50mbs though, not too bothered as I only pay £20 but I'm sure if you're paying full price you'd have grounds for complaint!
actually I take that back, I just did a test on my android box which is connected via Ethernet and I got 250mbs download, I guess a combination of wifi and my laptop slows everything down!
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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…
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…
ask23232 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago23 Comments
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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
So just to clarify, "This deal includes Broadband 100mbps and phone - talk weekend along with line rental" - Does that mean line rental is included in the £26 price or do you need to add the line rental costs on top of the £26? Thanks
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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
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
yahoo007 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago18 Comments
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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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Virgin Media Player Bundle - £20/month + £14.99 activation fee (Live Chat Offer) £254.99

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Was about to get the Broadband Only offer for £18/month advertised on MSE, when I was offered this through live chat: - Player TV (TiVo box) - SuperFibre 50mb Broadband - Talk Weekends (inclusi…
Was about to get the Broadband Only offer for £18/month advertised on MSE, when I was offered this through live chat: - Player TV (TiVo box) - SuperFibre 50mb Broadband - Talk Weekends (inclusi…
ollie317701 Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago15 Comments
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good deal if you can get it. voted hot
Now showing as £45 a month plus the activation fee of £14.99
Should be hot, great deal.
Just signed up to this deal. Thanks! Can't understand why it's not rated hot? Didn't actually need the TV box but it worked out way cheaper than the Broadband and phone package at £32 a month. Used the extra £50 code and have gone through Quidco so will let you know if the £40 cashback tracks, too.
Magan
it says in the bundle that "Includes free retail voucher worth £100 – ends 3rd January". Is it included automatically or you have to enter a code?

Anyone have any luck getting the voucher, 50 off and the 20 pound rate? I'm trying to get CS to credit my account, otherwise I need to cancel and re-order to benefit from the new offer...

Edited By: ollie317701 on Dec 30, 2016 13:08
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Virgin Fibre Broadband for Leeds and surrounding area - Virgin Media Deal, SuperFibre Unlimited Data, 50 Mbps, Anytime Calls(Mobile and 0870 included) and TV Box - £25/Month / 12 months £300.00

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Getting rid of EE as contract is over so got a timely knock on the door from a Virgin Consultant(no jokes please..). He offered me a 12 month package that isn't available online and I accepted in a…
Getting rid of EE as contract is over so got a timely knock on the door from a Virgin Consultant(no jokes please..). He offered me a 12 month package that isn't available online and I accepted in a…
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naheemhussainuk
Cavity
Cavity
naheemhussainuk
Offered £100 on top with this deal
Player bundle including anytime calls
How? £100 extra or less. If less, how the hell did you manage that?
100 quid credit?
. Yes

What did you say? PM me, I might give it a try
Cavity
Cavity
naheemhussainuk
Offered £100 on top with this deal
Player bundle including anytime calls
How? £100 extra or less. If less, how the hell did you manage that?
100 quid credit?
. Yes


Edited By: naheemhussainuk on Jan 19, 2017 12:51
Cavity
naheemhussainuk
Offered £100 on top with this deal
Player bundle including anytime calls
How? £100 extra or less. If less, how the hell did you manage that?

100 quid credit?

Edited By: Cavity on Jan 19, 2017 06:32
Extra well Abit of twisting of arm
naheemhussainuk
Offered £100 on top with this deal
Player bundle including anytime calls

How? £100 extra or less. If less, how the hell did you manage that?
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Virgin Media Limited Edition Full House Movies £39pm for 12 months (Total deal = £468.00)

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For New customers. Vivid 200 Optical Fibre internet Full House TV with Sky Cinema Talk weekends Sky Cinema Collection BT Sport/ESPN V6 Box Superhub Installation included £14.99 activation fee…
For New customers. Vivid 200 Optical Fibre internet Full House TV with Sky Cinema Talk weekends Sky Cinema Collection BT Sport/ESPN V6 Box Superhub Installation included £14.99 activation fee…
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I got a better deal today via E - Mail it is the following

Adding the following services

New Service
VIP Package including the following
Sky Sports Collection in HD
Sky Cinema Collection including in HD
Premier Sports
x2 V6 TiVo boxes

Old Service - which will be kept including your loyalty discounts

Virgin Talk More Anytime
Call Features Pack
300MB Broadband with HomeWorks
Superhub 3
Telephone Line Rental

Total Cost £64.95 installation fee and £1 extra a month for the following channels,
I suppose they got their money back from their installation fee

Sky Sports and in HD - do not have currently
Sky Cinema and in HD - do not have currently
Premier Sports - do not have currently
Me:
Hi, I upgraded my account yesterday to this deal. The lady confirmed it was a 12-month contract but I've been told its 24 month plan, minimum. Can you confirm? Also my profile says I have no broadband, can you check this?

http://store.virginmedia.com/quick-checkout?productCodes=lightning_offer_full_house_movies_200&buspart=uk_afl_a_cable_na_na_trade_direct_HotUKDeals_generic&tduid=92b03c3a726a986d352ec96ce8bbbb3a&CMP=DFA:1921795:115854716:288871583:0

Me:
Thanks. I changed my account to the £39pm Full House Movies packed. It should have 200MB internet. My brother also recommended me so £50 credit should be applied for him and myself
10:12:49
Lorena:
Upon checking your package is Full House movies limited edition with 200mbps broadband and telephone with weekend calls for £39.00 per month for 24 months on a 12 month contract.
10:15:04
Me:
So does that mean i'm only signed in for 12 months at £39pm?
10:15:48
Lorena:
That is correct but the discount deal is for 24 months.
10:16:49
Me:
Great so I could keep it for 24 months at £39pm.
10:17:01

Lorena:
Yes that is correct.


Was also able to amend the order to a V6 box as they put me down for a Tivo :S
stelo
BuzzDuraband
stelo
I signed up yesterday but they told me it was 24 months contract not 12 months :(
Was the deal locked to 24, or just 12 months of the 24?

​Yeah the guy on the phone told me it will be 24 months minimum. I did ask him to make it 12 months but he refused.

I signed up yesterday and the lady said it was 12 months only. Have you got your contract through
Just called up and confirmed this is only 12 months minimum. Apparently they have to tell you the price after 12 months incase you keep it and/or forget to cancel. I've set a reminder up for 11 months to call and haggle.
Any virgin deals which include Sky sports + BT Sport together ?
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Virgin Media 50mb Broadband Only £18pm No Line Rental Required (Total deal £18 x 12 months = £216.00)

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Virgin Medias £18pm for up to 50mb broadband is back! (Was a previous Black Friday deal). No virgin phone line so you can save on the phone bill! Can upgrade to upto 100mb for +£5 (so £23) a mo…
Virgin Medias £18pm for up to 50mb broadband is back! (Was a previous Black Friday deal). No virgin phone line so you can save on the phone bill! Can upgrade to upto 100mb for +£5 (so £23) a mo…
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Deal has expired now it's £22 pm. Email me for a referral oal
anyone know if this offer still exists, if so would appreciate a referral code :)
what a shame, could of done with this :(
Just noticed it does, didn't before somehow it's changed, anyhow the deal has now expired folks.
Clicking the link takes me to Virgin Mobile for a phone deal?
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Virgin Superfibre 50 Broadband @ 18£ pm (Black Friday Deal Price) - £216.00 total

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Virgin's black friday deal is back. Superfibre 50 broadband @18£ and don't forget topcashback/quidco while ordering :). F.P: 1year contract.
Virgin's black friday deal is back. Superfibre 50 broadband @18£ and don't forget topcashback/quidco while ordering :). F.P: 1year contract.
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bett1na
mario999
Better deals from retentions if an existing customer. Currently getting 150 meg for £20 a month. No line rental.
hows that?


​Don't need line rental with Virgin. Threaten to leave and retentions will normally call and offer a better deal.
mario999
Better deals from retentions if an existing customer. Currently getting 150 meg for £20 a month. No line rental.
hows that?
Better deals from retentions if an existing customer. Currently getting 150 meg for £20 a month. No line rental.
new customers only
Not a good deal, they raised the price as few months ago 50mb was £14.50 with the line rental
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full house movies ltd edition £39.00 per month for 2 years price guaranteed not to rise. @ Virgin

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Just received this offer from virgin it's £39 per month for 2 years price guaranteed not to rise. it's virgin TV,vivid 200 up to 200Mbps,sky cinema,BT sport's,and total weekends home phone also lin…
Just received this offer from virgin it's £39 per month for 2 years price guaranteed not to rise. it's virgin TV,vivid 200 up to 200Mbps,sky cinema,BT sport's,and total weekends home phone also lin…
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I wonder as i have put in my notice if putting in an order with BT or others to request a number transfer would help focus their minds to get in touch? Has anyone else got this deal recently their better?
rford78
AVOID VIRGIN
I took out their Vivid so-called 100 Mbps Unlimited Fibre package, recently - speed tests (wired ethernet without any other downloads in background on a virus/spyware-free machine) revealed 20-30 Mbps on a daily basis, in the afternoons and evenings !!
Interestingly I get around 85 Mbps at 3.30 A.M. when nearly the whole country's fast asleep
Virgin are clearly deceiving and cheating their customers ! Avoid at all costs.
or base it on your own experiences...
I'm on 200Mb and it's always around 180, even with 2 teenage kids hammering it gaming
AVOID VIRGIN

I took out their Vivid so-called 100 Mbps Unlimited Fibre package, recently - speed tests (wired ethernet without any other downloads in background on a virus/spyware-free machine) revealed 20-30 Mbps on a daily basis, in the afternoons and evenings !!

Interestingly I get around 85 Mbps at 3.30 A.M. when nearly the whole country's fast asleep

Virgin are clearly deceiving and cheating their customers !


Avoid at all costs.
benson2266
Why would I lie Lucy ? Screen shot of my package lol http://e28i.imgup.net/Screenshot4123.png

That was/is one fantastic deal - thank you for posting the details. Has any existing customer managed to get anywhere close to this deal recently? I see someone else managed to get it for £20.50 on retentions. I have given my cancellation and awaiting the call.

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Virgin Media Retention 152MB with XL phone package = £28.33 for 12 mths

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Hi Just renewed my contract with virgin media retention's was offered £25 for 6 months then £30 for 12 months works out as being £28.33 this is for the unlimited talk package including calls
Hi Just renewed my contract with virgin media retention's was offered £25 for 6 months then £30 for 12 months works out as being £28.33 this is for the unlimited talk package including calls
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MazingerZ
IWANTBLUE
what is it y'all find so terrible about the hub??? we only gave a small house but decent reliable WiFi and speed not an issue??
my superhub 2 doesnt let devices connect via wifi atleast once a day. Very frustrating having to switch it off whenever someone comes around or my wife uses laptop


​fairy nuff. ...no such issues here??
IWANTBLUE
what is it y'all find so terrible about the hub??? we only gave a small house but decent reliable WiFi and speed not an issue??
my superhub 2 doesnt let devices connect via wifi atleast once a day. Very frustrating having to switch it off whenever someone comes around or my wife uses laptop
what is it y'all find so terrible about the hub??? we only gave a small house but decent reliable WiFi and speed not an issue??
Hunkerdown
darkclouds
Hunkerdown
150mb off peak, 3mb peak. Virgin sucks for peak time download speeds due to oversubscription.
I'm on the 200mb and get it peak or off peak
Well your lucky as I am on 200mb and get as low as 3mb peak and as an average less then 8mb. It's been like this for over a year and many broken promises from virgin to sort it out. Looking at the virgin forums I am not alone. Very frustrating.


Oversubscription is a problem but you're going to have similar issues moving over to the likes of ADSL. We've been with Virgin for a considerable amount of time, currently on their 152mb package and can't really complain of our connection in either peak or off-peak. The hub is dire but nothing an AirPort Extreme* doesn't fix.

*Replace with appropriate router.
darkclouds
Hunkerdown
150mb off peak, 3mb peak. Virgin sucks for peak time download speeds due to oversubscription.
I'm on the 200mb and get it peak or off peak


Well your lucky as I am on 200mb and get as low as 3mb peak and as an average less then 8mb. It's been like this for over a year and many broken promises from virgin to sort it out. Looking at the virgin forums I am not alone. Very frustrating.

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Sometimes it helps to speak with a member of the Virgin Media Customer Services Team. If you’d like to speak with a staff member, you can give Virgin a call on 150 (for Virgin Mobile users) or 0843 5158680 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week).

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