Virgin V+ box £49 installation if you take XL TV package and phone + £50 credit of first bill if taken with 10meg BB (£43.13 / month) + £65 quidco - HotUKDeals
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New Virgin deal until March 31st.

Get the V+ box installed for only £49 and also get a £50 credit applied to the first bill.

This applies for V+ box with subscription to XL TV packages, phone and 10 meg BB. £49 offer avaliable to customers taking only TV and phone , but there is no £50 credit.

This works out at £33.70* / month for TV and phone
OR
£43.13* / month for TV, phone and 10meg broadband.

Also £65 quidco will bring these prices down by a further £5.41 a month

* price based on first 12 months and includes all Virgins discounts / 3 month offers.

I got my V+ installed this morning but had to pay £100 for installation, might try and call virgin and ask for a credit!
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#1
deal before today was £31.45 for 1st 6 months then £42.95 a month after that, (£99 V+ installation)
Now its £31.45 for 1st 3 months then £42.95, (£49 V+ installation)
so not really been reduced much..
#2
warning to anyone going for this for the quidco, i ordered mine online through quidco but when you select the v+ box, virgin call you up to take payment for the V+ box, which as any quidco-er will know that means your transaction will get declined, which is what happened to me.
id suggest to anyone to get normal virgin then wait for the quidco payment to be paid before then ordering the v+ box.
#3
Hot, I think virgin isp is really solid connection all the time.
even with torrents
#4
Mine isn't! Drops out fairly regularly.

I'm still trying to work out the calculations in the first post as don't seem right.

TV/Phone/BB = £49 a month x 12 - £50 = £538 / 12 = £44.83 a month

Where the £33.70 comes from for TV/Phone I don't know.


Actually you the have to ADD the £49 installation charge too so its back up to £48.92 before quidco!
#5
don't get VM. check their phone rates, worse than BT. 10mb BB is really only 2.5mb (through traffic managing).
#6
cdm22
Mine isn't! Drops out fairly regularly.

I'm still trying to work out the calculations in the first post as don't seem right.

TV/Phone/BB = £49 a month x 12 - £50 = £538 / 12 = £44.83 a month

Where the £33.70 comes from for TV/Phone I don't know.


Actually you the have to ADD the £49 installation charge too so its back up to £48.92 before quidco!


Its not £49 a month, its £49 installation. The price is £34.50 for first 3 months then £46 month (inc phone line)

I think your maths are out by a touch

The £33.70 is for:
£49 (V+ box) + £63 (total cost for first 3 months) + 292 (cost for remaining 9 months) / 12 months
#7
pet2000
don't get VM. check their phone rates, worse than BT. 10mb BB is really only 2.5mb (through traffic managing).


it's only 2.5MB if you get throttled for being a heavy user...
10MB connection is very good, never get less than 9.8MB from my house!
#8
pet2000
don't get VM. check their phone rates, worse than BT. 10mb BB is really only 2.5mb (through traffic managing).


not true

I always get 9-10mb, download quite a lot and never noticed the throttling at all.
#9
sparkzilla
Its not £49 a month, its £49 installation. The price is £34.50 for first 3 months then £46 month (inc phone line)

I think your maths are out by a touch

The £33.70 is for:
£49 (V+ box) + £63 (total cost for first 3 months) + 292 (cost for remaining 9 months) / 12 months


Ahhh, ok thanks :) Doesn't say that in the first post but admit to taking the £49 as per month! :oops:
#10
it's only 2.5MB if you get throttled for being a heavy user...
10MB connection is very good, never get less than 9.8MB from my house!

My 20mb connection was EXCELLENT after the first couple of ****** months (they were completing upgrades?), never got drops and always got high speed. just watch the 12-4PM download limits so you dont get speed capped.
#11
guru_the
Hot, I think virgin isp is really solid connection all the time.
even with torrents


I would not agree about torrents. VM use a bandwith throttle on torrent sources. i find downloads start off ok but the d/l speed comes crashing down when the throttle kicks in.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/12/16/virgin_bittorrent/
#12
kvee
I would not agree about torrents. VM use a bandwith throttle on torrent sources. i find downloads start off ok but the d/l speed comes crashing down when the throttle kicks in.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/12/16/virgin_bittorrent/


Check your port settings and cap uploads. I'm on the 20Mb service and have had nothing less that 2MBps on private trackers recently. Also downloaded Ubuntu the other day and set a new record of 2.2MBps average! :)

(B>b)
#13
Where does it say V+ box installed for only £49? as I cant find it....
#14
kvee
I would not agree about torrents. VM use a bandwith throttle on torrent sources. i find downloads start off ok but the d/l speed comes crashing down when the throttle kicks in.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/12/16/virgin_bittorrent/


Know what your saying, I use PS3 360 after work then switch on torrents when goto bed.
Always get 1.1 (10 mb) connection. Lost (heroes) in 5 mins
As someone said before 4 to 12 not good time to download,
if you live with your parents and they don't let you leave stuff on at nights
then maybe this not for you or time to move out. (hehe)
#15

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