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Virgin SuperFibre 50 broadband £18.00/month - £15 installation fee -Black Friday offer

£18.00 @ Virgin Media
Virgin are currently offering £9 off their SuperFibre 50 broadband. No line rental, £15 installation fee and it's valid until Mon 28th Nov. Cracking deal if you are looking for cheap and reliable broa… Read More
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Virgin are currently offering £9 off their SuperFibre 50 broadband. No line rental, £15 installation fee and it's valid until Mon 28th Nov. Cracking deal if you are looking for cheap and reliable broadband.
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tarryboy
Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?


Yeh 12 price hikes
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tarryboy
Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?

I think you need to be minimum 18 years old to sign up
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tarryboy
Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?

IMHO, Virgin Media are the epitome of companies that lure people in with either great deals upfront or "edgy" marketing and then could not care less once you're signed up. I know because I've been screwed over by them twice, and didn't learn my lesson the first time.

Unfortunately they're the only cable company in my street. Don't be taken in if you can avoid it.
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Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?

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#1
Sky really needs to drop their 38mb service and move all their users to the 55/10 service.
Heat!
9 Likes #2
Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?
1 Like #3
just gave my 30 days notice to virgin. as I m paying way more and no better deal given.
thinking to rejoin with different name tomorrow, just wandering if it is better doing online directly or do it throught agents sitting in shopping centers.
2 Likes #4
AS existing customer the best deal I ve offered for same package was £29!!!
1 Like #5
tarryboy
Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?


I recently decided to leave after 8 years ... I got 100mb Internet line rental including calls to UK mobiles...2 tivo boxes and xl TV package for £50pm for 12 months and a promise of no price hikes. oh and she gave me 80 pounds credit
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snowflake75
tarryboy
Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?
I recently decided to leave after 8 years ... I got 100mb Internet line rental including calls to UK mobiles...2 tivo boxes and xl TV package for £50pm for 12 months and a promise of no price hikes. oh and she gave me 80 pounds credit
Im paying more got just the bottom BB and phone line! I realy need to ring them....
1 Like #7
bodolf
just gave my 30 days notice to virgin. as I m paying way more and no better deal given.
thinking to rejoin with different name tomorrow, just wandering if it is better doing online directly or do it throught agents sitting in shopping centers.
Online
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bodolf
I gave my 30days notice to virgin today, can i rejoin with a different name tomorrow, using virgin website directly..would it work? would the order go through?
Don't VM impose on 6 month ban at that property to prevent people doing this ?

Edited By: PKRichie on Nov 26, 2016 18:38
1 Like #9
Online is better as they will give additional £50 credit
#10
how do you get £50 credit online?
#11
minhp
Online is better as they will give additional £50 credit
£50 credit , can t see it on virgin website!?
and to reconfirm, i placed my cancellation today, so the contract will end of December and planning to order tomorrow on different name......so would it just give me a start date after a month ? no clashes , no problems?
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tarryboy
Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?

if you put in your cancelation, you have to actually cancel and have your account set up so they will call you, their retention department should call and offer you a discount, in my second year of discounts, first was our signing up year and had a discount. This years discount is double the previous year, 150Mb for £23.
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minhp
Online is better as they will give additional £50 credit
not seeing that
could be regional offer?
2 Likes #14
I recently went to cancel and currently paying £30 a month for 200mb Gamer package and weekend phone line
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Like Eslick I was offered 150mb which I was currently on for £24, £28 for 200mb and £30 for the full 200mb gamer.. I chose the gamer as internet was all over the place in the evenings with speed varies massively during peak times..

With 200mb Gamer there is no traffic management so get 200mb all the time plus I get 25mb upload.
#16
Ordered and perfect timing as moving into new property next week. Thanks OP :)
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tarryboy
Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?


Yeh 12 price hikes
#18
patcho
snowflake75
tarryboy
Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?
I recently decided to leave after 8 years ... I got 100mb Internet line rental including calls to UK mobiles...2 tivo boxes and xl TV package for £50pm for 12 months and a promise of no price hikes. oh and she gave me 80 pounds credit
Im paying more got just the bottom BB and phone line! I realy need to ring them....


Keep a day free and hope u don't get who had
#19
i just signed up for this via broadband choices
#20
tarryboy
Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?
My brother was them for a couple of years paying over £30 for the same deal. He cancelled and waited for their call back from their retention team. He told them that BT have better deals and they priced matched it for £17/month. Worth the punt.
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I get a price hike every other month from VM... and they can change their rate anytime as per their terms... so no deal
1 Like #22
get through to retentions threaten to leave. if your not happy with the op then hang up and call back until your satisfied with whom you are speaking to. oh I got 6 months Netflix for free too. I was on the phone for an hour with the girl but she was good
#23
PKRichie
bodolf
I gave my 30days notice to virgin today, can i rejoin with a different name tomorrow, using virgin website directly..would it work? would the order go through?
Don't VM impose on 6 month ban at that property to prevent people doing this ?


3 months
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Already posted and with the £50 credit code
but in case you missed the code VMVBOX50

Edited By: nexus76 on Nov 26, 2016 19:40
#25
bodolf
AS existing customer the best deal I ve offered for same package was £29!!!


Existing customer offer I got was £16.99. Line rental 15.99 and Broadband £1 plus weekend calls.
#26
I phoned today, 10 + years customer paying £32 for broadband only. Told them I was going to BT, after a bit of waffle about cable versus landline they reduced to £25 for 18 months
Took about 20 mins, 10 on hold

Edited By: Go-cart Mozart on Nov 26, 2016 19:56
2 Likes #27
I got the code through chat online. £50 credit for new customers. They gave me code: 50extra

Other code on here as well VMVBOX50
#28
There is no telephone line with this right..... so just broadband
1 Like #29
How do i order online, I can't seem to do it..I only get the option to input my postcode and after that my details...and then I get the message that I will be contacted in 5 days
1 Like #30
snowflake75
PKRichie
bodolf
I gave my 30days notice to virgin today, can i rejoin with a different name tomorrow, using virgin website directly..would it work? would the order go through?
Don't VM impose on 6 month ban at that property to prevent people doing this ?
3 months

6 months, they told me today...
3 Likes #31
Have they finally dropped the need for phone line, bloody pointless these days!
1 Like #32
I've been with VM 8yrs and tried several times to negotiate a decent package, and although I manage to get my bill knocked down a bit I don't get anywhere near what they're offering new customers. I know I'll be facing the usual price hike around Feb again so to those who have cancelled and signed up again... Is it that simple or are you embargoed for a minimum term?
1 Like #33
Just ordered along with £50 credit (offsetting £14.99 installation fee) - currently sitting here tethering to my phone as my SKY BROADBAND IS DOWN AGAIN. Screw Sky.
#34
Polly05
snowflake75
PKRichie
bodolf
I gave my 30days notice to virgin today, can i rejoin with a different name tomorrow, using virgin website directly..would it work? would the order go through?
Don't VM impose on 6 month ban at that property to prevent people doing this ?
3 months

6 months, they told me today...


mine was 3 months a month ago
1 Like #35
Absolutely can't wait to leave Virgin, have had no more than 5mb between getting back from work and going to bed for months...it's supposed to be 100mb. Worst broadband I have ever had.
#36
Good timing (for me anyway) as about to downgrade from tv/broadband package around £80pcm and looking at the 200mb package
#37
can't add virgin to the the same house hold for 180 days after canceling
1 Like #38
I had Virgin for a few years when I was in Uni. They kept increasing my bill by around £3 every so often. I started on a package which was about £23 and ended up paying around £33.50!! (Figures are rough estimates, but as you can see, it went up by half during the 2 year contract.)
11 Likes #39
tarryboy
Do they have anything for old (6+ years old) customers?

IMHO, Virgin Media are the epitome of companies that lure people in with either great deals upfront or "edgy" marketing and then could not care less once you're signed up. I know because I've been screwed over by them twice, and didn't learn my lesson the first time.

Unfortunately they're the only cable company in my street. Don't be taken in if you can avoid it.
#40
if i order this , can i start the broadband in january (when my 12 months with bt is finished) ?

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