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THE LIBERTY SIM From Virgin Mobile 300 minutes and 300 texts for £15.00 a month

£15.00 @ Virgin Mobile
Get all the great stuff from a contract, with no tie-in If you want all the great stuff a contract brings, but with more freedom, the Liberty SIM from Virgin Mobile is just right for you. It's the … Read More
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Get all the great stuff from a contract, with no tie-in

If you want all the great stuff a contract brings, but with more freedom, the Liberty SIM from Virgin Mobile is just right for you. It's the best of both worlds:

Pick up more minutes and texts than you would with a contract
Like 300 minutes and 300 texts for £15 a month
Keep your phone and number
Have complete freedom - you aren't tied-in to a lengthy contract
Plus some neat extras like free voicemail in the UK and free itemised online statements
All you need to do is unlock your phone, slip in your new SIM and you're away!

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To switch to a Liberty SIM and keep your existing number, just call our team on 0845 6000 638. We'll get you up and running right away!
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#1
been around for a good while - I know as I have it and it was only £10 a month when I got it in Jan
#2
This offer has been going for years!!!!!!! If you have Virgin Media you can get it for £10 as i did.
#3
nice deal
#4
Hi
Sounds good. Anyone know if there is a similar deal but with unlimited data? (be able to browse online with phone etc.) Thanks
#5
jpieter;1857719
This offer has been going for years!!!!!!! If you have Virgin Media you can get it for £10 as i did.

I only just got this, I have Virgin Media but wasn't aware of any reduction for customers? How does this work then? What's the criteria?
Any info much appreciated :thumbsup:
#6
Dave
I only just got this, I have Virgin Media but wasn't aware of any reduction for customers? How does this work then? What's the criteria?
Any info much appreciated :thumbsup:

See

http://allyours.virginmedia.com/html/bundles/virginmobileoffer.html

1ohn
#7
Dave
I only just got this, I have Virgin Media but wasn't aware of any reduction for customers? How does this work then? What's the criteria?
Any info much appreciated :thumbsup:


Here is the info you wanted Dave. - http://allyours.virginmedia.com/html/bundles/virginmobileoffer.html
#8
dont forget e2save are doing a 6month contract on a virgin sim for £15 a month that give 200mins and 200 texts. The net cost is £0 as there is a very easy cashback with it.

http://www.e2save.com/virgin-mobile-phone/Pay-Monthly-SIM-Card/VMOBPMSIM
#9
great deal, i got it for £10 too, plus unused minutes and texts rollover which a lot of companys dont do, however i feel my reception isnt as good.
#10
sale;1859230

Cheers for that :thumbsup:
#11
dooda
great deal, i got it for £10 too, plus unused minutes and texts rollover which a lot of companys dont do, however i feel my reception isnt as good.


Yep it used to be the case that everything rolled over, however they have (as from some point this month, can't remember the date) withdrawn the roll over. No big pronb for me as I never used them all anyway, but just to let people know!
#12
On the virgin site there seems to be a version called 'Virgin £15 text'

You only get 150 minutes but you get 1000 texts.

I've got a very boring job and spend a hell of a lot of time texting, so that seems a very good deal for me.

Currently I'm on Orange pay and go and top up £10 a month to get 300 free texts.. however what with boring job and everything, that's just no longer enough, and don't want to pay that much more... the cashback deals sound intriguing, but they won't really be free as once I've used my x-hundred free texts I'll have to pay for each text over that number?

any advice would be very welcome.

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