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FREE Nokia 1661 p.a.y.g - just buy £20 credit from Virgin (existing Media customers only)

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This is only good for existing Virgin Media customers (home phone, TV or broadband) Get a Free Nokia 1661 when you buy £20 credit (applied to a new Virgin sim card) + get up to £30 free credit …
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
This is only good for existing Virgin Media customers (home phone, TV or broadband)

Get a Free Nokia 1661 when you buy £20 credit (applied to a new Virgin sim card)

+ get up to £30 free credit over 6 months - (for every £10 you top up each month you get an extra £5 free credit).

Limit of 2 free phones per Virgin Media account holder + £4.99 delivery charge.


I can't see this deal on line so call 0800 052 0563 quoting the deal to them & have your Virgin Media account number handy.
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#1
http://i43.tinypic.com/dgs7c9.jpg
#2
Ok, so get one just to use the phone credit of £30 (for which you pay £20). Then sell phone for £6 on fonebank http://www.fonebank.com/recycle_sell_mobile_phone_Nokia_1661.aspx

I am going to get one just to use for non geographic daytime calls when I absolutely have to make them.
#3
Beekeeper, where did you get the deal sheet from?
1 Like #4
Remember the £20 initial credit does not count towards the free £5 for every £10 you put on it. So you are not going to get £30 credit matedodgy for this straight away ;-)
#5
£35 phone on Nokia site . Not bad deal
1 Like #6
matedodgy
Beekeeper, where did you get the deal sheet from?


Virgin sent me an email about it.

They did a similar offer last year http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/399432/free-mobile-phone-for-virgin-media- with a better choice of phones.

I took them up on that one & to avoid paying the postal charge, went in-store to collect my two free phones.
If there's a Virgin store nearby you may be able to do that this time too.
#7
BeeKeeper
Virgin sent me an email about it.

They did a similar offer last year http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/399432/free-mobile-phone-for-virgin-media- with a better choice of phones.

I took them up on that one & to avoid paying the postal charge, went in-store to collect my two free phones.
If there's a Virgin store nearby you may be able to do that this time too.


Thanks.
#8
Don't forget that VM landline customers with call packages can now call VM Mobiles for Free :thumbsup:
#9
I have this phone. Basic overall but it is really nice. Radio function, nice light option, buttons nice to press, ring tones volume fully adjustable, light weight etc. Bargain for FREE!
#10
great-deals
I have this phone. Basic overall but it is really nice. Radio function, nice light option, buttons nice to press, ring tones volume fully adjustable, light weight etc. Bargain for FREE!


or you could go with orange... £10 fone + £10 credit... but u get orange wednesdays which could save u much more money than the £10 u pay for the fone.
suspended#11
nice deal
suspended#12
dmaster2000
or you could go with orange... £10 fone + £10 credit... but u get orange wednesdays which could save u much more money than the £10 u pay for the fone.


good deal as well do orange charge for delivery
1 Like #13
simon-c
Don't forget that VM landline customers with call packages can now call VM Mobiles for Free :thumbsup:


Yes, also Virgin have just launched an alternative, more competitive p.a.y.g price plan exclusive for Media customers - "The Simply 8p Tariff"

Calls to UK landlines and mobile networks : 8p per minute
Texts to UK landlines and mobile networks : 8p per text

Calls to other Virgin Mobiles :
50 free minutes per month (just 8p per minute after that)

Voicemail : 8p per min

International calls and texts : 16p a minute, 16p per text

Mobile Web access : 30p a day
#14
Has this expired? Only mention on website is for £30 free credit over 6 months - this phone is £19.99 new on virginmobile - but does come with £10 credit and 300 texts


https://www.virginmobile.com/vm/http://www.virginmobile.com/vm/genericContent.do?contentId=all.special.offers.shop.sm018
#15
Cold, because of this

phone: £4.95
credit: £10
quidco: -£5

So phone is free and you get £10 of credit for £9.95.
#16
crap network
#17
TehJumpingJawa
Cold, because of this

phone: £4.95
credit: £10
quidco: -£5

So phone is free and you get £10 of credit for £9.95.



£6.50 cashback at TopCashback, who, in my experience, also have more reliable tracking and pay out considerably faster than Quidco
#18
BeeKeeper
Yes, also Virgin have just launched an alternative, more competitive p.a.y.g price plan exclusive for Media customers - "The Simply 8p Tariff"

Calls to UK landlines and mobile networks : 8p per minute
Texts to UK landlines and mobile networks : 8p per text

Calls to other Virgin Mobiles :
50 free minutes per month (just 8p per minute after that)

Voicemail : 8p per min

International calls and texts : 16p a minute, 16p per text

Mobile Web access : 30p a day


Is this to make up for appalling broadband and customer service?
#19
BeeKeeper
Yes, also Virgin have just launched an alternative, more competitive p.a.y.g price plan exclusive for Media customers - "The Simply 8p Tariff"

Calls to UK landlines and mobile networks : 8p per minute
Texts to UK landlines and mobile networks : 8p per text

Calls to other Virgin Mobiles :
50 free minutes per month (just 8p per minute after that)

Voicemail : 8p per min

International calls and texts : 16p a minute, 16p per text

Mobile Web access : 30p a day


Do you know if this is requires a monthly top up or is it a standard payg?

Is it on their site if you log in as a media customer?

cheers
Scott
#20
Hugh Jass!;8304578
crap network


Why is the network crap? I thought they use T-Mobiles network? Im thinking of moving over to Virgin so any constructive critisism is welcome.
#21
Hugh Jass!
crap network


a1
Why is the network crap? I thought they use T-Mobiles network? Im thinking of moving over to Virgin so any constructive critisism is welcome.


I have been on PAYG Virgin network for 3yrs and never had any problems. I am however switching to Asda PAYG soon because call costs are only 8p/m and texts 4p
(Virgin cost me 20p/m and 10p texts)
#22
SeanUSX
Is this to make up for appalling broadband and customer service?


Appalling broadband? Cable broadband is by far the best in the uk.
#23
virgin does use t-mobile plus they'll be using orange soon as both companies have merged so the the signal strength will only get stronger. Don't forget it uses 3 for part of their 3g network too so I wouldn't say its crap at all!!
#24
Just rang up my local Virgin Media Store this can be done instore just take proof of a bill

spitroast
#25
a1
Why is the network crap? I thought they use T-Mobiles network? Im thinking of moving over to Virgin so any constructive critisism is welcome.


They do use T-mobiles network. Me and my wife have been with them 6 months and haven't found it much different to any one else we've used in the past. As is always the case different networks have 'bad' spots in different areas.

The only problem we've had was when Virgin charged us for internet use that we never had. We're on the sim only plan, have two completely separate accounts, and we both received inflated bills after around 4 months. Looking at the 'apparent' internet usage times it was clear there was an error on their part and they refunded me, I did have to argue a bit though which annoyed me.

Apart from that we're both generally happy with their service.
#26
Virgin do use the T-Mobile network, which, along with Orange, uses a different frequency ( higher, I believe ) to O2 and Vodafone. As I understand it, the lower the frequency, the better it is at penetrating solid structures and this is the reason that Virgin and T-mobile users often have problems getting a signal inside buildings. That may be the reason some people claim it's a crap service.

Or it may be the Customer Service ( a term I use extremely loosely ) which is quite frankly, not very good.

But then I dont believe it's any worse than the competition, so basically, you takes your choice.
#27
scottie2hotty_uk
Do you know if this is requires a monthly top up or is it a standard payg?

Is it on their site if you log in as a media customer?

cheers
Scott


It's just standard p.a.y.g (alternative to the Addict) tariff - Exclusive to Media customers. http://pressoffice.virginmedia.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=205406&p=RssLanding&cat=news&id=1407072
#28
unlocked?
#29
ahotukdeal
unlocked?
Locked and no soloution

spitroast
#30
Soulja88
Appalling broadband? Cable broadband is by far the best in the uk.


:thumbsup:+1
#31
thanks for the post

scooter
#32
This was a cool hot deal from Virgin. I'm unsure whether they are likely to do anything like that again this year however though.
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