Virgin Media Customers Only - 100 Minutes, Unlimited Texts, Unlimited Calls To Virgin Mobiles - £5 per month @ Virgin Mobile - HotUKDeals
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2 Likes #1
Hot from me - ideal for the Mrs. She can text as much as she likes, but after 100 minutes...she can't call!
1 Like #2
Quids
Hot from me - ideal for the Mrs. She can text as much as she likes, but after 100 minutes...she can't call!


On the flipside, if you have an XL landline you get unlimited calls to Virgin Mobiles too so it's win win!
#3
"unlimited texts and calls to Virgin mobiles" Does that mean they will charge you if you text other networks?
#4
Mavi
"unlimited texts and calls to Virgin mobiles" Does that mean they will charge you if you text other networks?


No :) Switched the title round for clarification.
#5
Thank you. I think I became sceptical for anything and everythingX)
#6
Heat added

This is for Virgin Media home customers only, If you already have a virgin mobile sim only just call 789 from the phone and customer service will change the bundle down for you. Dont let them put you through to sales as they dont change the bundles if you have one already and will only pass you back to customer service.
#7
good deal for vergin media customers. hot voted
#8
The entry is blank for mobile web. What does that mean?
#9
No way!! This is nothing compared to the T-mobile deal!!!
#10
Yeah this is a top deal... extreeeeeeeme heat added from me!

My dad wouldnt get a contract as (besides being 75+ yrs old) he said
I only spend £5 a month!
. Now theres a clear justification cos this is a better deal than any other pay as you go option.

Fact: Vodafone is the cheapest network for pay as you go minimum top-ups (at £5).*

* Excluding all the smaller organisations such as Lyca Mobile, etc.
#11
kingboom4
No way!! This is nothing compared to the T-mobile deal!!!


Do tell?
#12
i am a VM customer and also have a PAYG. is it possible to have same no.?
#13
badmash
i am a VM customer and also have a PAYG. is it possible to have same no.?
Yes I changed to their £6.50 same deal in January you just have to be very clear you want to keep your number. Took half an hour to change
#14
badmash
i am a VM customer and also have a PAYG. is it possible to have same no.?

Yes, I have just done it for my daughter (I was spending roughly £10 a month, sometimes less hence I did not want to be tied up to a contract). I called before seeing this offer, I was going to go for a £8.68 deal they had on their website, and then the operator offered me that deal. Well happy as we are also on VM and she can call us for free and keep her 100mins for her friends (told her that anything going above whe will have to pay for it, I know it's mean but hey they have to learn)
JC
1 Like #15
salehunt
good deal for vergin media customers. hot voted
even better for virgin media customers ;)
#16
salehunt
good deal for vergin media customers. hot voted
even better for virgin media customers ;)
#17
I have the same deal from a couple of months back, but at £6.50. They said I need to call them on my anniversary date, cancel the existing bundle (before using any minutes or texts in the new month) and order the new one. I'll be able to keep my number.
2 Likes #18
smokieUK
I have the same deal from a couple of months back, but at £6.50. They said I need to call them on my anniversary date, cancel the existing bundle (before using any minutes or texts in the new month) and order the new one. I'll be able to keep my number.


you better remember your anniversary then or Mrs SmokieUK will be looking for a new virgin
#19
Have just spoken to them - I have 2 phones on the £6.50 deal - they have changed to new £5 deal and the new price will be from the next charging date - bit random isn't it!! Just be firm with them Smokieuk!
#20
seems like a good deal. Heat added
#21
Would i be able to pay £5.00 per month each for 3 Virgin phones we run on payg in our family as we are just about to become Virgin media customers. Does anyone know!
#22
Would i be able to pay £5.00 per month each for 3 Virgin phones we run on payg in our family as we are just about to become Virgin media customers. Does anyone know!
#23
brendansweeney
Would i be able to pay £5.00 per month each for 3 Virgin phones we run on payg in our family as we are just about to become Virgin media customers. Does anyone know!


99% sure you can pay £5 per month per phone and also get unlimited minutes between them as they're all Virgin Mobile phones.
#24
Thanks for the fast response and it was the one i wanted to hear blizzard7
#25
Does anyone knows if they got tariff for the Internet. I've got an iPhone it wouldn't be Ideal
#26
brendansweeney
Would i be able to pay £5.00 per month each for 3 Virgin phones we run on payg in our family as we are just about to become Virgin media customers. Does anyone know!


When you call they will want your virgin media account number to show you have home services to be able to get this deal. And also they will be set-up on direct debit.
#27
Sorry if this is a dumb question, but what happens if you exceed the 100 minutes to other mobiles?
#28
shuwaz
Yeah this is a top deal... extreeeeeeeme heat added from me!My dad wouldnt get a contract as (besides being 75+ yrs old) he said
I only spend £5 a month!
. Now theres a clear justification cos this is a better deal than any other pay as you go option.Fact: Vodafone is the cheapest network for pay as you go minimum top-ups (at £5).** Excluding all the smaller organisations such as Lyca Mobile, etc.

I have a pay as you go phone that I top up with about £10 per year - why is this better? Is there an advantage in having a contract?
#29
Sacko
Sorry if this is a dumb question, but what happens if you exceed the 100 minutes to other mobiles?

You will have to pay for your calls. Not sure about the cost but it is not going to be the cheapest. This is ideal for light users, or if your friends/family are on VM too
#30
Or even better than this, if you call through to the sales team, you can get 600 minutes, 1gb data and unlimited texts for £7.12, still on a 30 day rolling contract. BUT, you must be an XL telco subscriber.

The XL telco package is £8 extra, so £15.12 would get you the sim and an upgarde to unlimited calls!

Bargain

Edited By: danno17 on Mar 02, 2011 20:23
#31
When the Tmobile £7.50 deal was on, I rang Virgin up (as a PAYG customer albeit just come of a contract) and quoted the deal and asked for my pac code, they then offered me 600 minutes, 3000 texts and 1gb internet for £5 1 month rolling contract. I rang a friend up who is also on Virgin and she managed to get the same deal, plus unlimited virgin to virgin calls (as she is a VM customer) for £6.50. So I guess if you are a PAYG customer it is worth giving them a ring and see what they can offer, maybe even quote the giff gaff deal as a bargaining tool.
#32
Data?
1 Like #33
hmm

sorry but i think my deal might be better, i received a call from VM sales staff ( i'm already a customer btw)

blackbury curve, 150 texts, 50 minutes any network, unlimited calls to virgin mobiles (3000 mins) unlimited internet (1 gb limit)

£10 a month, but get this the kicker is £8 refund on my VM bill each and every month :D

so all of the above for £2 a month (went up by about 21pence when VAT went up)
#34
Can't see that being an offer we could all get though.
#35
Thanks.
#36
mowog
hmm

sorry but i think my deal might be better, i received a call from VM sales staff ( i'm already a customer btw)

blackbury curve, 150 texts, 50 minutes any network, unlimited calls to virgin mobiles (3000 mins) unlimited internet (1 gb limit)

£10 a month, but get this the kicker is £8 refund on my VM bill each and every month :D

so all of the above for £2 a month (went up by about 21pence when VAT went up)


Sounds interesting but what is the £8 refund about? What are they refunding you on? Would it be the XL home-phone supplement?
#37
its £8 refund on my VM bill, i only have 10mb broadband, normal phone and large tv (might be medium)
#38
I already get the £8 cashback per month on my account thats for my
tv small
internet 10mb
and XL telephone and 200mins for 0845 and 0870
that all adds up to about £18 a month

Now just added the mobile phone contract that you suggested for £7.15 a month for the 600 minutes 1gb internet and ul texts.
Thanks for the heads up on that one was gutted i lost out on the t mobile 7.50 deal but this is better for us and its only a 30day rolling contract.
Might phone up retentions next month and see what phone i can get if I tie into a 12 month contract :D

Edited By: arielcohen on Mar 03, 2011 11:02: corrected 20day->30day rolling contract
#39
Congratulations arielcohen! If you don't ask you don't get! Virgin credit my account by £15 per month on my Virgin 20 tariff. I would recommend getting the HTC Desire from Phones4U (unlocked if you buy instore) for either £249 or £229 if you have an O2 or orange sim knocking about. £309 (£249+12x£5) for Desire and with no fixed term contract is pretty good IMO. Conversely I also bought and still have the San Francisco (very easily unlocked) which is also a very good phone if you can live with the battery life and other limitations.
#40
hot from me

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