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Virgin Sim Deal 20 gb for £15.00 on EE

£15.00 @ Virgin Mobile
5000 mins unltd texts 20 GB 4G data virgin use the EE network £10 off until Jan 31st Read More
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3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago
5000 mins
unltd texts
20 GB 4G data

virgin use the EE network
£10 off until Jan 31st
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#1
this deal already posted
#2
I have not seen the deal before so this post gets hot from me as i took up the offer, dont forget the quidco as well.
#3
jh787
Cold... Long thread already exists here

Different deal this is Virgin, that's EE
#4
Great deal! Thanks for letting me know.
1 Like #6
virgin use the ee network yes! but they use it as a third party and any problems with the network will result in a much bigger risk of vorgin isers having no signal when EE customers do!! so youre much better off going direct to ee, if not for your signals sake then to stop lining that **** richard bransons pocket!!
#7

As that was more than 4 weeks ago it can be reposted
#8
dazza99
jh787
Cold... Long thread already exists here
Different deal this is Virgin, that's EE
My bad... I read it as EE.
Sorry
#9
what's benefit of all the data. what do people use 20gb on? and do you still have broadband.
#10
dannyb182
virgin use the ee network yes! but they use it as a third party and any problems with the network will result in a much bigger risk of vorgin isers having no signal when EE customers do!! so youre much better off going direct to ee, if not for your signals sake then to stop lining that **** richard bransons pocket!!


his pockets are too big. I doubt it would make any difference now.
#11
bigdarlodave
I have not seen the deal before so this post gets hot from me as i took up the offer, dont forget the quidco as well.

Or Topcashback.co.uk for £25 cash back
#12
dannyb182
virgin use the ee network yes! but they use it as a third party and any problems with the network will result in a much bigger risk of vorgin isers having no signal when EE customers do!! so youre much better off going direct to ee, if not for your signals sake then to stop lining that **** richard bransons pocket!!
Virgin media are owned by liberty global they only pay Branson to use the Virgin name. Not bad work if you can get it.
#13
vtec
what's benefit of all the data. what do people use 20gb on? and do you still have broadband.
Internet access, data, not for long with the Sky price rises, I am going back to mobile data.
#14
darksideby182
dannyb182
virgin use the ee network yes! but they use it as a third party and any problems with the network will result in a much bigger risk of vorgin isers having no signal when EE customers do!! so youre much better off going direct to ee, if not for your signals sake then to stop lining that **** richard bransons pocket!!
Virgin media are owned by liberty global they only pay Branson to use the Virgin name. Not bad work if you can get it.

I'm sure he makes as much for whoring the label out at a % of turnover than the companies he actually does own, he only licences out to companies with high turnover.
#15
seaniboy
darksideby182
dannyb182
virgin use the ee network yes! but they use it as a third party and any problems with the network will result in a much bigger risk of vorgin isers having no signal when EE customers do!! so youre much better off going direct to ee, if not for your signals sake then to stop lining that **** richard bransons pocket!!
Virgin media are owned by liberty global they only pay Branson to use the Virgin name. Not bad work if you can get it.
I'm sure he makes as much for whoring the label out at a % of turnover than the companies he actually does own, he only licences out to companies with high turnover.
Like I said not bad work if you can get it.
#16
darksideby182
seaniboy
darksideby182
dannyb182
virgin use the ee network yes! but they use it as a third party and any problems with the network will result in a much bigger risk of vorgin isers having no signal when EE customers do!! so youre much better off going direct to ee, if not for your signals sake then to stop lining that **** richard bransons pocket!!
Virgin media are owned by liberty global they only pay Branson to use the Virgin name. Not bad work if you can get it.
I'm sure he makes as much for whoring the label out at a % of turnover than the companies he actually does own, he only licences out to companies with high turnover.
Like I said not bad work if you can get it.

He sold his share of Virgin Mobile AU for a killing to the network and makes a killing in revenues from the logo, I dont think there is any work involved with Virgin logos, other than paying a lawyer sweety money no work at all, bet the lawyer likes Double Dips X)
1 Like #17
seaniboy
darksideby182
seaniboy
darksideby182
dannyb182
virgin use the ee network yes! but they use it as a third party and any problems with the network will result in a much bigger risk of vorgin isers having no signal when EE customers do!! so youre much better off going direct to ee, if not for your signals sake then to stop lining that **** richard bransons pocket!!
Virgin media are owned by liberty global they only pay Branson to use the Virgin name. Not bad work if you can get it.
I'm sure he makes as much for whoring the label out at a % of turnover than the companies he actually does own, he only licences out to companies with high turnover.
Like I said not bad work if you can get it.
He sold his share of Virgin Mobile AU for a killing to the network and makes a killing in revenues from the logo, I dont think there is any work involved with Virgin logos, other than paying a lawyer sweety money no work at all, bet the lawyer likes Double Dips X)
What a nightmare making all that money.
#18
darksideby182
seaniboy
darksideby182
seaniboy
darksideby182
dannyb182
virgin use the ee network yes! but they use it as a third party and any problems with the network will result in a much bigger risk of vorgin isers having no signal when EE customers do!! so youre much better off going direct to ee, if not for your signals sake then to stop lining that **** richard bransons pocket!!
Virgin media are owned by liberty global they only pay Branson to use the Virgin name. Not bad work if you can get it.
I'm sure he makes as much for whoring the label out at a % of turnover than the companies he actually does own, he only licences out to companies with high turnover.
Like I said not bad work if you can get it.
He sold his share of Virgin Mobile AU for a killing to the network and makes a killing in revenues from the logo, I dont think there is any work involved with Virgin logos, other than paying a lawyer sweety money no work at all, bet the lawyer likes Double Dips X)
What a nightmare making all that money.

What a nightmare having to pay for a lawyers sweeties. Such a unfair world.
#19
again what do people use 2gb on? I have 1gb for net which is sufficient
#20
vtec
what's benefit of all the data. what do people use 20gb on? and do you still have broadband.


I do easily as I work away every week and have long boring evenings in a hotel room so streaming YouTube and Netflix and Sky TV is a God send
#21
smarty0007
this deal already posted


thats a EE retention deal that's posted this is not!
#22
dazza99
jh787
Cold... Long thread already exists here

Different deal this is Virgin, that's EE


That's a EE retention deal, this is not!
#23
dannyb182
virgin use the ee network yes! but they use it as a third party and any problems with the network will result in a much bigger risk of vorgin isers having no signal when EE customers do!! so youre much better off going direct to ee, if not for your signals sake then to stop lining that **** richard bransons pocket!!

You are wrong on both counts.

Signal comes from the same equipment (NodeB operated by EE), so signal is exactly the same for EE as for Virgin customers.

Virgin Mobile is part of Virgin Media that is owned by Liberty Global (American telecoms). Richard Branson has nothing to do with it.
#24
Virgin don't allow tethering though although I'm not sure how they would know if you were doing this!
#25
poor customer service
#26
WackyClaret
dazza99
jh787
Cold... Long thread already exists here
Different deal this is Virgin, that's EE
That's a EE retention deal, this is not!

??? That's what I said!
#27
Rys_Ochodzki
dannyb182
virgin use the ee network yes! but they use it as a third party and any problems with the network will result in a much bigger risk of vorgin isers having no signal when EE customers do!! so youre much better off going direct to ee, if not for your signals sake then to stop lining that **** richard bransons pocket!!

You are wrong on both counts.

Signal comes from the same equipment (NodeB operated by EE), so signal is exactly the same for EE as for Virgin customers.

Virgin Mobile is part of Virgin Media that is owned by Liberty Global (American telecoms). Richard Branson has nothing to do with it.


im correct on both counts.the signal comes from the same equipment yes.i never said it didnt.but when engineering work is required in a tower but power can be lowered( less signal strength) then third party operators.eg virgin..tesco mobile etc lose there signal before EE.

And yes it is owned by liberty global...but what do they pay Mr Branson for using his company name......millions!!! all i was saying essentially is richard branson is a complete dick and i wouldnt p#ss on him if he were on fire!!

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