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I noticed this deal on the NTL/Telewest web site when I was up-grading our services yesterday.

Virgin Mobile offer
Special offer
£10.00 a month when you take any NTL or Telewest service
Offer ends: 31.03.07
Offer available to new and existing customers


Virgin Mobile offer
Because we think mobile's great, we've teamed up with Virgin Mobile to bring you a great deal more.

When you join ntl or Telewest, you get the chance to join Virgin Mobile and use an exclusive monthly tariff which costs half the price of their standard SIM only tariff. And because it's only available to you as a cable customer, you won't see it anywhere else!


What do I get?

Tariff Minutes Texts SIM card cost Monthly cost
Virgin £10 with cable 300 300 FREE £10 (usually £20)

Voicemail in the UK is free too. With the Virgin Mobile SIM offer, there's no minimum term and no ties. After your first month, you're free to leave Virgin Mobile when you choose.

You can use the airtime in your package to make calls and send texts to any UK network, at any time. And it's not just mobile networks - standard UK calls are included too.


How do I buy it?
New customers can take up this offer by simply choosing any combination of ntl products. You will need to select at least one service from Telewest, and then you will be able to select the option to sign up for Virgin Mobile.

Existing customers can sign up for this offer here.
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#1
This sound like a great deal, I dont think you can get a better 'bundle' price for getting all those minutes on a normal contract could you ?

Does anybody know if there reception is any good ?

Are there similar priced deals to this one on other networks, etc, looked around a little but canT see anything you can get for this type of price (EXCLUDING CASHBACKS BECAUSE IM NOT INTERESTED IN THOSE - TOO MUCH HASLE I WOULD THINK)


Do any of the other networks offer tarrifs on cheaper sim only deals ??? If so, do you have any info?
#2
I've now got mine!
#3
If you ring Virgin and mention that you want the cable £10 offer they will sort it for you. If you also tell them you have no phone they will give you a Nokia 1110 free plus £2.99 delivery.
They will ask you for your cable account number but I didnt have it with me so gave a number out of my head and they didnt mind, thye also asked if I wanted more than one.
The good thing with this offer is just like the top up service if you dial 789 they tell you how many minutes and texts you have left.

With this offer there is no real need for a telephone line especially if you have BB with cable
#4
I got mine last month and the reception is great. I havent used all my minutes so they get carried over to the next month, its a great deal and I certainly wont be going over my £10 a month
#5
I used to be with Virgin Mobile for a few years then I changed over to a O2 18 month contract.

I found Virgin to have a much better reception than O2!
#6
Reception varies for all networks. none of them are perfect.

Good site to find whats near the places u use your phone most:
http://www.sitefinder.ofcom.org.uk/frame_map.htm

I have a eldery but very chatty family member on this deal but I will be shifting them because £10/300mins (they don't use sms) = 5p/min which compared to free rental deals doesn't seem very good, T-Mobile Relax 35 500mins/200sms 12months free rental, £50+ profit after quidco and phone value is what I'm attracted to right now for them.

If you want a rolling contract from the start though so as not to be tied down and do not want cashback deals this is a good offer.
#7
I think Virgin uses T-mobile's network
#8
Yes Virgin uses T-Mobile.

I forgot to mention, I got this in November and got a Lobster phone for £2.99 which i ebayed for over £60 in time for xmas.
or you can keep it and use it or other phones they offer @ delivery cost only ;-)
#9
has anyone done this recently and given a fake ntl account recently? I feel a bit bad doing it
#10
fairy
has anyone done this recently and given a fake ntl account recently? I feel a bit bad doing it


Just say you havent got your account number to hand as your at the office.. they wont care. (and to be fair you dont have an account number to hand lol)
#11
How many free minutes do you get per month?
#12
300 Phone Minutes and 300 Text Messages.
#13
fairy
has anyone done this recently and given a fake ntl account recently? I feel a bit bad doing it


If you mean giving Telewest or NTL a fake account number it wont work as they check your address.

If you mean when you phone up Virgin I am not sure how that would work.
#14
only issue is the small print says this deal goes up to normal price of £20 (from £10) if stop being telewest member - this suggests they check? If so will we get charged for the difference from taking it out to when they realise we were not members if thyey realise we were not properly entitled to the deal?
#15
I've been with Telewest for around 15 years and still with them, hence the post.

There's no minimum term and no ties with this sim card. After your first month, you're free to leave Virgin Mobile when you choose. So if you do leave Telewest then you can just cancel the sim card.
#16
I was talking about if you are not a member though
#17
Thanks for the information vespa and all :) Only just found this.

NTL/TeleWest have been pretty good to long term customers lately. Free routers, half price offers if you call in and more ;-)
#18
You can get contract deals on 3 for around £12 per month (via quidco), with a decent handset (eg SE610i) thrown in too. IIRC 400mins and 250 text.

Good alternative to PAYG though
:)
#19
rayman
Thanks for the information vespa and all :) Only just found this.

NTL/TeleWest have been pretty good to long term customers lately. Free routers, half price offers if you call in and more ;-)


yep been with telewest for years now,just bought the mobile offer for my lad,better the his PAYG deal witch i put £10 on for him each month thnx:thumbsup:
#20
Had not found this thread when I was posting about this deal in the other NTL Telewest (soon to be Virgin Media) thread. Something I just found out this morning (only started using the phone last night) was that the phone had been billed £5. I rang them and it turns out that the first contract bill of £10 comes out of the phone, not the Direct Debit. However the phone sim comes with £5 credit on it so I only got billed a fiver :) The other thing I found out was that if you top the phone up so that you're not in debit (ie you top up the tenner and don't spend anything more on calls) you don't get billed through the direct debit. Last thing with this is that the website is superb as you can change virtually all your details online and view calls online and do statements online. I think its brilliant, far better than any other networks website.
#21
hi how do i sign for this offer im with ntl?
#22
roadie
hi how do i sign for this offer im with ntl?

From the Virgin website :thumbsup: Or from the NTL Telewest site
#23
roadie
hi how do i sign for this offer im with ntl?


Or you can just dial 150 from your home phone. :thumbsup:
#24
Hi all,

Smashing deal....just signed up, but can I tell you that the expiry date of the offer expires on 28th Feb rather than the March date in the post...notice it has changed over the last week or so.

Took the offer great deal if you dont want to mess around with cashback offers etc
#25
does anyone know if this network works with 02 or t mobile
#26
i mean does this sim card work with t mobile locked phones,because the virgin network has some sort of connection with t mobile doesnt it
#27
roadie
hi how do i sign for this offer im with ntl?


You can't unless you are willing to take out their cable
#28
jim4571
does anyone know if this network works with 02 or t mobile

Virgin backbone network is T Mobile.
#29
Like the avatar mikewot lol Clever!
#30
So am I right in saying that if you dont actually have a mobile for the sim card then they will send you a mobile for £2.99 postage?

How do you do that, do you have to phone them or can you get the handset online?
#31
Call them colin.
#32
colinb07958
So am I right in saying that if you dont actually have a mobile for the sim card then they will send you a mobile for £2.99 postage?

How do you do that, do you have to phone them or can you get the handset online?


I took this deal out 2 weeks ago being a TW customer. I got a Nokia 1112 phone and that cost me 2.99 for delivery. I gave it to my son for his birthday and he was over the moon! Obviously I kept the SIM for my own phone, and shoved in a Virgin PAYG SIM that I applied for from here when they were free - it had £5 credit on it too!

I will be struggling to use that amount every month, for £10 quid its a major steal.

Also, you call 789 you get told accurately the number of TXTs and MINs you have left.

Also, it costs nothing, not even from your minutes, to access voicemail.
#33
Now this is a bargain!
I've been with Virgin for Years and have always had great Customer service. Reception has been good but I'm sure that will improve!

Now to have a chat with them!
1 Like #34
The 300 minutes/ 300 texts sim is back! Alternatively you can get 100mins/100 texts with a handset

http://allyours.virginmedia.com/html/specialoffers/existingcustoffers.html

Not available to order just yet but apparently from 26th aug to 1st oct according to banger9365 over at mse
#35
thanks for the heads-up, missed it last time
#36
The question i need to know, I DO NOT want to sign up with cable. But i would like to take out the mobile offer for £10 a month. Any chance of doing this? and if so how?

2nd question is, my mate has cable, can i not use his account number but my own address and sign up??

Let me know guys

introlux

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