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Virgin Media Full House Bundle with 200mb Broadband £260.40 Cashback £648.00

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Virgin Media Full House Bundle, 200mb BB. £35 p/m plus £19 line rental. £260.40 cashback with Virgin Media 12 month intro offer, 12 month contract.
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Virgin Media Full House Bundle, 200mb BB. £35 p/m plus £19 line rental.

£260.40 cashback with Virgin Media

12 month intro offer, 12 month contract.
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#1
What a daft name for a product "Full House Bundle", on the other packages do they only do 1 room? Daft advertising.

Anyhow now my little rant is over I've not voted either way can't get Virgin in my area so never followed what the prices should be anyhow.
2 Likes #2
My friend in Birmingham went for the 200 mph version, only hit 135 so complained, they said there was nothing he could do, he elevated it to speaking to a Supervisor and it hit 150. Never rely on Virgin, they always state up to 200, you might be lucky but it didnt work for me nor my friend.
1 Like #3
we get 2mbps on a good day from Virgin media. we're is Usain Bolt when u need him lol!
3 Likes #4
Rip off company, 3 increases in one year and absolutely nothing to show for the the increases. Most people cancelled contract on last inflation busting rise. Customer service knowledge only goes as far as switching a pc off at the mains and on again. Fine if you want inflation busting rises more than once a year, with loss of existing content as channels keep going off air. All you do is pay for the company to market deals to captivate a new user base to inflate their stock prices by boosting about number of new users. No loyalty towards exiting customer base!
1 Like #5
Ralph888
My friend in Birmingham went for the 200 mph version, only hit 135 so complained, they said there was nothing he could do, he elevated it to speaking to a Supervisor and it hit 150. Never rely on Virgin, they always state up to 200, you might be lucky but it didnt work for me nor my friend.

Ohh that little extra "h" makes that read so much differently. Ty for the chuckle and yes I'm easy amused it seems!
#6
pahuja75
Rip off company, 3 increases in one year and absolutely nothing to show for the the increases. Most people cancelled contract on last inflation busting rise. Customer service knowledge only goes as far as switching a pc off at the mains and on again. Fine if you want inflation busting rises more than once a year, with loss of existing content as channels keep going off air. All you do is pay for the company to market deals to captivate a new user base to inflate their stock prices by boosting about number of new users. No loyalty towards exiting customer base!


​I'm we u on this it's a complete joke I pay 33quid a month for Internet only
#7
5 mins googling I have found the answer for the ridiculous price increases.
One of the world's richest men ($6.5 Billion) appears not to be rich enough.
Here's the lovely owner of Liberty who bought VM few years back https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_C._Malone

Edited By: exexpat on Oct 13, 2016 21:55
#8
Following the third price increase this year I cancelled and switched to sky less than a week ago. Seriously don't need 200mbps when 50-70ish via BT infinity is enough.

Other than the unwarranted price increases, the bloated operating system they load up on the Tivo boxes means you are left waiting 1-2 seconds between key presses making the entire experience sour at best.

Overpriced rubbish relying upon a headlining broadband bandwidth ceiling which to be honest is irrelevant with unlimited caps offered by rivals - avoid at all costs.
#9
pahuja75
Rip off company, 3 increases in one year and absolutely nothing to show for the the increases. Most people cancelled contract on last inflation busting rise. Customer service knowledge only goes as far as switching a pc off at the mains and on again. Fine if you want inflation busting rises more than once a year, with loss of existing content as channels keep going off air. All you do is pay for the company to market deals to captivate a new user base to inflate their stock prices by boosting about number of new users. No loyalty towards exiting customer base!


​totally disagree with all of that.
#10
I've just cancelled my contract with them but took a new one out when they offered me £40 per month for 150meg with Superhub 3, M+ TV and phone. That includes the £3.50 increase next month we'll all have to pay.
#11
I wonder what possible reason they could have given their customers each time they increased the price 3 times in one year?
#12
Can anyone reading this who's with virgin state what they get and what they pay?

It seems they ask for what they think you'll pay.

I pay £27.99 for internet only I think it's 50mb

Test
Upload 3.5mb
Down 52mb

Edited By: icecreamwoman on Oct 14, 2016 06:23
#13
I was paying nearly £79 before I cancelled a few months ago. For that I got TV XL, Tivo, a "free" second box and 150Mb broadband; actual speed I was getting was around 152Mb download, 11Mb upload.

Haven't missed any of it since switching to using second hand BT TV boxes and a 76Mb fibre with PlusNet for £36 per month.
#14
I just re -negotiated because of upcoming price increase
200mb broadband
Full house tv - with movies
Full house also includes some bt sport channels
Talk weekends phone
Additional TiVo box
£65.19

I am 100% happy with this but I have 14 days to change my mind
#15
I was on the 70Mb broadband only package, with a 'loyalty discount' to bring it down to £24 per month. But my discount ended at about the same time as the recently announced price increases. Contacted retentions to see what they could offer, and the best they could do was still over £30 per month after the discount.

So I'm now on virgin medias poverty package. 20Mb Broadband, 'capped' at 30GB per month. If you stay under the cap (which doesn't happen that often!), you only pay £17 per month, when you inevitably go over there's an additional £7.50 unlimited upgrade charge, which brings it to £24.50 per month.

So I'm now paying 50p extra for 1/4 of the speed. I don't really mind the slower speed that much, streaming and browsing aren't noticeably impaired, it's just the big downloads that seem to take longer.
#16
Phone up CarPhone Warehouse and get the £26 sky package!

If its still on!

FibeMAx=76Mb Down 19 Up we get 85 Mb down!
Qbox and big box sets (nice bit of kit)
Free anytime calls including mobiles.

£26.31 a month for 12 months line rental included.

I told Virgin as my contract had ended and the guy starts telling me there is no way it was that cheap, they could not come anywhere near it.

So far, so good, not had anything other than Virgin BB so time will tell how the BT fibre does in the long run:-)
#17
icecreamwoman
Can anyone reading this who's with virgin state what they get and what they pay?

It seems they ask for what they think you'll pay.

I pay £27.99 for internet only I think it's 50mb

Test
Upload 3.5mb
Down 52mb


Try http://testmy.net so much more reliable. Ookla speedtest.net given preferential bandwidth by the ISP's. And try in the evenings! Will always be fast in the day
1 Like #18
Yaradabbadoo
Phone up CarPhone Warehouse and get the £26 sky package!
If its still on!
FibeMAx=76Mb Down 19 Up we get 85 Mb down!
Qbox and big box sets (nice bit of kit)
Free anytime calls including mobiles.
£26.31 a month for 12 months line rental included.
I told Virgin as my contract had ended and the guy starts telling me there is no way it was that cheap, they could not come anywhere near it.
So far, so good, not had anything other than Virgin BB so time will tell how the BT fibre does in the long run:-)
BT speeds where I live are 2mb max (neighbour has it), with VM I get 215mb/14mb. JUst changed package because of the price increase and don't watch much live TV. £44 pm for Tivo, 200mb, phone, basic TV and an extra HD box.
#19
Toon_army
I've just cancelled my contract with them but took a new one out when they offered me £40 per month for 150meg with Superhub 3, M+ TV and phone. That includes the £3.50 increase next month we'll all have to pay.

How long before they called you back?
Can you give a rough local where you life e.g. West London etc. Reason why I ask is my uncle tried the cancel route in the midlands and they let him go lol.

At the moment I am in the 100mbit however I seem to get 120
#20
does not exist now ?

http://broadband.carphonewarehouse.com/about/sky/

Yaradabbadoo
Phone up CarPhone Warehouse and get the £26 sky package!
If its still on!
FibeMAx=76Mb Down 19 Up we get 85 Mb down!
Qbox and big box sets (nice bit of kit)
Free anytime calls including mobiles.
£26.31 a month for 12 months line rental included.
I told Virgin as my contract had ended and the guy starts telling me there is no way it was that cheap, they could not come anywhere near it.
So far, so good, not had anything other than Virgin BB so time will tell how the BT fibre does in the long run:-)
1 Like #21
It was never listed on their site you have to phone up and say something like your friend just got this deal that's what I did after seeing a comment someone had left in a deal for BT.

I have done it twice one for my mum aswell its £26.31 for 12 months, but as @simont_space pointed out it really depends on how fast you can get on BT fibre to your house. The BT green cabinet/box where the fibre optic ends is only 1 door away so thats why ours is so fast.

But its a great deal if you can get it.


Only issue was they have to put a dish up for the live TV which you might want to consider where you would put it. Or just use it with internet for the Big-Box-Sets or catch-up TV which to be honest is all we watch anyway.



taiko
does not exist now ?http://broadband.carphonewarehouse.com/about/sky/
Yaradabbadoo
Phone up CarPhone Warehouse and get the £26 sky package!
If its still on!
FibeMAx=76Mb Down 19 Up we get 85 Mb down!
Qbox and big box sets (nice bit of kit)
Free anytime calls including mobiles.
£26.31 a month for 12 months line rental included.
I told Virgin as my contract had ended and the guy starts telling me there is no way it was that cheap, they could not come anywhere near it.
So far, so good, not had anything other than Virgin BB so time will tell how the BT fibre does in the long run:-)





Edited By: Yaradabbadoo on Oct 14, 2016 20:03
#22
5nowman
Toon_army
I've just cancelled my contract with them but took a new one out when they offered me £40 per month for 150meg with Superhub 3, M+ TV and phone. That includes the £3.50 increase next month we'll all have to pay.
How long before they called you back?
Can you give a rough local where you life e.g. West London etc. Reason why I ask is my uncle tried the cancel route in the midlands and they let him go lol.
At the moment I am in the 100mbit however I seem to get 120

10 days I think it was, it takes 30 days to cancel so you've got plenty time to wait. They rang the house phone and asked why I was leaving, I told them its to much and they offered me the above straight away.
I'm from Newcastle hence the thumb lol
#23
icecreamwoman
Can anyone reading this who's with virgin state what they get and what they pay?
It seems they ask for what they think you'll pay.
I pay £27.99 for internet only I think it's 50mb
Test
Upload 3.5mb
Down 52mb
I pay £23 per month including line rental for weekend calls and 100mb broadband
#24
I have the 200mb package and it's fine in the off peak hours but at peak hours it goes down to 5mb. Some 2.5% of my promised and paid for speed, my mobile phone is faster.

I've complained many times and each time I have been told it will be fixed with in 3 months. This he been on going for a year now. The reason for this crippling speeds is that my area is over subscribed. Instead of virgin turning away people they take their money even when they know they can not provide the service they are selling. This along with the regular price increases has made what was once a good service poor.
#25
Toon_army
5nowman
Toon_army
I've just cancelled my contract with them but took a new one out when they offered me £40 per month for 150meg with Superhub 3, M+ TV and phone. That includes the £3.50 increase next month we'll all have to pay.
How long before they called you back?
Can you give a rough local where you life e.g. West London etc. Reason why I ask is my uncle tried the cancel route in the midlands and they let him go lol.
At the moment I am in the 100mbit however I seem to get 120
10 days I think it was, it takes 30 days to cancel so you've got plenty time to wait. They rang the house phone and asked why I was leaving, I told them its to much and they offered me the above straight away.
I'm from Newcastle hence the thumb lol

When I signed up last November, I was paying £2.49 for 50mb + line rental. My price was to go up to £5.99 (so over 100% increase) in Feb so I phoned up, complained and asked to leave. Retentions waived the increase as a credit so I was still effectively paying £2.49.

I got my letter of another increase a few weeks back with an increase this time of £3.49, so £5.98 would be my bill for bb each month. I spoke with retentions mentioning I wanted to leave and would be going to Sky and the very nice lady I spoke with didn't just waive the cost for the remainder of my contract which ends in May, but also gave me a small discount on my bb each month, so I'm now effectively paying £2.29 per month + line rental.

If you speak with retentions, and ask nicely, Virgin will more than likely waive the charge. Hope it helps.
#26
cheaperbythe12
Toon_army
5nowman
Toon_army
I've just cancelled my contract with them but took a new one out when they offered me £40 per month for 150meg with Superhub 3, M+ TV and phone. That includes the £3.50 increase next month we'll all have to pay.
How long before they called you back?
Can you give a rough local where you life e.g. West London etc. Reason why I ask is my uncle tried the cancel route in the midlands and they let him go lol.
At the moment I am in the 100mbit however I seem to get 120
10 days I think it was, it takes 30 days to cancel so you've got plenty time to wait. They rang the house phone and asked why I was leaving, I told them its to much and they offered me the above straight away.
I'm from Newcastle hence the thumb lol
When I signed up last November, I was paying £2.49 for 50mb + line rental. My price was to go up to £5.99 (so over 100% increase) in Feb so I phoned up, complained and asked to leave. Retentions waived the increase as a credit so I was still effectively paying £2.49.
I got my letter of another increase a few weeks back with an increase this time of £3.49, so £5.98 would be my bill for bb each month. I spoke with retentions mentioning I wanted to leave and would be going to Sky and the very nice lady I spoke with didn't just waive the cost for the remainder of my contract which ends in May, but also gave me a small discount on my bb each month, so I'm now effectively paying £2.29 per month + line rental.
If you speak with retentions, and ask nicely, Virgin will more than likely waive the charge. Hope it helps.

£2.49 a month for 50meg and line rental! Wow... Never have I seen anything as cheap, don't even undertand why they'd offer that surely they make nothing lol
#27
Yaradabbadoo
Phone up CarPhone Warehouse and get the £26 sky package!

If its still on!

FibeMAx=76Mb Down 19 Up we get 85 Mb down!

Qbox and big box sets (nice bit of kit)

Free anytime calls including mobiles.

£26.31 a month for 12 months line rental included.

I told Virgin as my contract had ended and the guy starts telling me there is no way it was that cheap, they could not come anywhere near it.

So far, so good, not had anything other than Virgin BB so time will tell how the BT fibre does in the long run:-)
hi which number did you call?
1 Like #28
Hunkerdown
I have the 200mb package and it's fine in the off peak hours but at peak hours it goes down to 5mb. Some 2.5% of my promised and paid for speed, my mobile phone is faster.
I've complained many times and each time I have been told it will be fixed with in 3 months. This he been on going for a year now. The reason for this crippling speeds is that my area is over subscribed. Instead of virgin turning away people they take their money even when they know they can not provide the service they are selling. This along with the regular price increases has made what was once a good service poor.
Just signed up and exactly my problem - down as low as 10 meg in peak hours, at 6am on a Sunday it is 215. Disgraceful. I am cancelling, as once you suffer 'utilisation' (contention) you could be waiting years for infrastructure upgrades- all the while they keep selling to other smucks in the area, actually adding to the problem.

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