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Free TV
Wherever you live, Free TV gives you over 40 channels including all the regular channels you love plus loads more like ITV2, E4, BBC News 24 and Film4 - all in crystal clear digital.


Free TV comes free with Unlimited Broadband and Talk Bundle One.

It's delivered down your phone line.

You get:
Free TV
Up to 8Mb broadband
Anytime calls to UK landlines

£19.99 a month
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#1
Hi, This is confusing (not your post but what they're saying on the Virgin Media web-site). This offer has been running for several months now and they don't provide Virgin Media through non-cabled customers phone lines but (apologies if this is incorrect but I understand that it is) via a Freeview Receiver. Basically non-cabled customers can either opt for a free wireless modem router or a Freeview Receiver (the latter isn't such a good deal imho as these can be bought for about £19.99 from Argos and other electrical retail stores).

http://www.virgin.net/allyours/digitaltv/whatis/

Quote:-
How does it work?

Simple - it uses the Freeview service*. That means you can get over 40 digital TV channels and 25 digital radio stations through your standard rooftop aerial. There's no need for a satellite dish, and you don't need to live in a cable area. Just plug your set top box in to the aerial, switch it on, and start channel hopping!

What's more, it's completely free with your Bundle One service - there's no upfront fee for the box and no ongoing monthly charge for the TV service.

So, what's the deal?

Sign up to Bundle One (for £19.99 per month) and you'll get:

1. Your choice of either Virgin Free TV or a free Wireless Kit
2. Broadband speeds of up to 8Mbps
3. Unlimited downloads
4. Free PC security
5. Anytime calls to UK landlines
6. Free activation


HTH
#2
yeah this has been on offer for a long long time.
#3
I know it's old, but since it's posted, it's also worth mentioning the £27 Quidco for VM non-cable new customers.
#4
[SIZE=2]This is what it says:-[/SIZE]
Where do you live?

Depending on where you live there are two ways to get Virgin Media services:
[LIST]
[*]By fibre optic cable (on cable)
[*]Or down your phone line (non-cable)[/LIST]Don't see how they can say this if it's via a Freeview box
#5
Thats for the ADSL, the TV side is freeview.
#6
May just as well buy a cheap Freeview Box and get a decent/ better Broadband provider then.
#7
Virgin is one of the best ISP`s around for quality. I know some people have had problems but the majority of people i know who have it have had non. 8mb and free landline calls anytime for £20 is pretty decent imo.
#8
Inactive
May just as well buy a cheap Freeview Box and get a decent/ better Broadband provider then.



virgin is one of the best suppliers out there. I am on 10mbit and pay for 2mbit. They upgraded me for nothing. Where is the problem? Beyond installation, i havent had any
#9
We are talking Virgin ADSL via BT, not cable.
#10
there is also an IPTV type service launching around November for people not in a cabled area.
#11
First off, regarding the OP, you'd be better off signing up for the £14.99 package they offer if you're someone who would only make use of the free landline calls during evenings and weekends (bundle 2) then adding the freeview box or router for £40.
Over 12 months, this works out £20 cheaper.
There might be a couple of add ons in terms of online software, but as I didn't need it, it didn't make any difference to me.

As a side note, I signed up to non-cable virgin broadband and talk (bundle 2) for £10 on monday, though I think that's only if you're switching from one provider to another. Worth noting though if you are changing.
#12
Wheres the

Virgin Wireless Internet
8MB Broadband
Anytime uk calls

on their site? can anyone link me?
#13
t0mm
Wheres the

Virgin Wireless Internet
8MB Broadband
Anytime uk calls

on their site? can anyone link me?


Hi t0mm, Here's the URL that I think you're looking for:-

http://www.virgin.net/allyours/broadband/unlimitedandtalk/?buspart=

HTH
#14
Will my existing standard wireless router - Netgear DFG834G - work with the Virgin ADSL package?

The £10 month deal seems very good.

Chris
#15
Chris52
Will my existing standard wireless router - Netgear DFG834G - work with the Virgin ADSL package?

The £10 month deal seems very good.

Chris


Hi Chris52, Wasn't aware of a £10 per month deal but have found this now. It's for people wanting to switch provider as you're probably aware. Not really that impressed that existing customers such as myself aren't being offered some form of discount if Virgin Media are offering such a discount to new customers but, in answer to your question, any ADSL Modem Router (not Cable Router though) should work with the Virgin Media ADSL package.

HTH.
#16
oh my god! I'm so p!ssed right now...I signed up to virgin non-cable plan 2 for £17.99 and yet they offer it for £10 if you have a MAC code! That's hardly fair to us without a MAC code as they still charge you £50 connection fee if you leave within 12 months.

(wonder if I could request a MAC code from them to sign up with them again at £10!! would cost me £50 cancellation for £8 cheaper a month, I'd be better off)
#17
On a side note, I was activated on wednesday...my router says otherwise and not having much luck getting virgin to do anything about it.
#18
fungus
On a side note, I was activated on wednesday...my router says otherwise and not having much luck getting virgin to do anything about it.


Hi Fungus, I too am disgruntled that Virgin Media are offering up to 8Mbps Unlimited ADSL for non-cabled customers for £10.00/month as I have been paying them £19.99/month for the package with day and evening phone-calls (realise this particular package is for evening and weekend phone-calls).

Surely Virgin Media should treat existing and new customers the same by offering them the same deals so that they remain loyal to them?.

Granted Virgin Media might offer an introductory offer of let's say 2-3 months or thereabouts at a reduced price but to offer new customers providing them with a MAC code 12-months up to 8Mbps Unlimited ADSL for £10.00/month is very unfair for existing customers.

I've expressed my dissatisfaction to Virgin Media however am not expecting any reduction in my monthly payment to them. Perhaps other Virgin Media non-cabled customers on here should do the same?

Best Regards.
#19
just read a page(which may be outdated),but it says virgin cap your rate by half after(cant bring myself to say it)350mb usage ?.surely this is incorrect.
#20
Chris52
Will my existing standard wireless router - Netgear DFG834G - work with the Virgin ADSL package?

The £10 month deal seems very good.

Chris


Yes. If your firmware is up to date it will support ADSL2+ (24MB), though I never really had much luck getting it above 8MB on my DG834G V1.

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