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Virgin V HD Box For £49.00 - No Monthly Fee!

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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
if like me, you live in an area where Freeview HD wont become available until next year, then perhaps this is the ideal opportunity to get HD in your home ready for the World Cup.

Virgin Media are now selling their Virgin V HD box for £49!!! If you already subscribe to Virgin, then all you have to do is order a box and its easy to set up (I did it myself today)

And you will also get BBC HD, ITV1 HD, Channel 4 HD and Film 4 HD (coming in June) for no extra subscription cost!!!

The Virgin Media V HD Box gives you the full experience of high definition television with no fuss and no additional HD subscription. Unlike Sky, we don't charge a monthly fee to watch HD. And you really won't believe your eyes, or your ears, when your HD TV starts performing to its full potential, with an incredibly sharp, detailed picture and Dolby digital surround sound.

What's on?
With Virgin media you can enjoy up to 13 TV channels in glorious HD. There are stunning documentaries on National Geographic HD, music on MTVN HD, top American shows on FX HD and all the fun of Living HD. What's more, with BBC HD and ITV1 HD you can catch every game from the 2010 World Cup all in HD at no extra monthly cost - only with our V HD box.

THIS OFFER ENDS 21ST OF MAY!!!
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#2
sorry cold for me had nothing but problems with virgin and if you buy this your stuck with virgin bunch of idiots just goto b&q and buy a hd reciever and dish for 80quid no tie in with any contract and you get most of the hd channels for free getting mine this weekend
#3
But you have to subscribe to virgin? Post is a little mis leading.

Cold for me.
#4


can't see it...
#5
Latinosharkey
But you have to subscribe to virgin? Post is a little mis leading.

Cold for me.


Yes it isn't the case that you can given Virgin £49 and start watching their tv service is it...

It's worth it for subscribers, as I said when I posted this 6 months ago :whistling:
#6
So lets get this straight, I currently have a subscription to Virgin XL TV package with a V+ box in the lounge, does this mean I could buy a V+ Box for £49, put a splitter on the cable input and have a feed running to an additional box and receive the XL channels on both? (Basically having multi room for a one off fee?)
#7
i'd also like to know if you can use it as a second box or will they stop the old box working as they need cards to work i think and if you only have 1 card i assume you can only use 1 box
#8
/you still need a subscription with this box...
suspended#9
No cable where I live ... plenty of Freeview tho' ....
#10
wah wah wee wah....
i went for this yesterday and was getting a v hd box for £49 one off then i'd be on L b/band - 10 meg, XL phone - the wife talks a lot ... and M Tv which is rubbish but i get the HD world cup. also free install.

i phoned back tonight to query a few things and the girl (natalie) said why have the V HD, ? we have offers on the V+HD which would be cheaper. i asked her to elaborate and five mins later when she'd confirmed it, i was on all the same as before but with XL telly. free for 2 months and free V+HD box.
the trick is after the two free months downgrade to M package and pay £5.50 a month for the V+HD on top of my current package as M TV package is free.

so before with L-B/Band and XL phone i was paying £29.19 a month with paper bills.
once installed i'll pay £35 install then £32.44 for two months then £33.44 for the rest of the year and end up with a HD recorder box. (and she managed to pull my deliver slot forward 9 days)i think that's pretty good. glad i rang back - thanks natalie. just hope i don't get used to the XL package.
#11
Be very clear when you talk to them that you want the V+HD box as they sent me the hd box without the ability to record, after an hour arguing where i threatened to leave they gave in and sent the box i ordered. They claimed V+ boxes were only for new customers

The on demand hd content is good though
#12
cicobuff
So lets get this straight, I currently have a subscription to Virgin XL TV package with a V+ box in the lounge, does this mean I could buy a V+ Box for £49, put a splitter on the cable input and have a feed running to an additional box and receive the XL channels on both? (Basically having multi room for a one off fee?)


it wont work because when they install ( took about an hour for me) they have to activate it from their tech dept and they also take the other box away.

i got the box (v+ hd, the one that records too) free though i still had to pay for installation (35 quid) after threatening to join sky. i was already on xl tv so didnt have to pay any extra per month.
#13
Looks ok
#14
even if you are a current customer you have to start a new 12 month contract
#15
I personally think its rubbish - as a VIP customer I have to buy boxes - they are never my property asnd virigin dont call this installation.

at £90 a month i would expect the service included, VM are being very clever though as the adverts say no monthly fee yet they are getting plenty for people buying a box they never own...

go figure...
#16
gus77
can't see it...


Curious, it seems to have been removed.
#17
Sorry but in what way was this new? The V HD box was available before for £49 with no monthly fee on any package.
#18
cicobuff
So lets get this straight, I currently have a subscription to Virgin XL TV package with a V+ box in the lounge, does this mean I could buy a V+ Box for £49, put a splitter on the cable input and have a feed running to an additional box and receive the XL channels on both? (Basically having multi room for a one off fee?)


mbh69
i'd also like to know if you can use it as a second box or will they stop the old box working as they need cards to work i think and if you only have 1 card i assume you can only use 1 box


i called yesterday and got free v+hd (on xl tv) and told them relocate original box to sons room
total cost £5.50 a month on top of my subscription
#20
Lakeside
Yes it isn't the case that you can given Virgin £49 and start watching their tv service is it...

It's worth it for subscribers, as I said when I posted this 6 months ago :whistling:


The title suggests that you can buy the box and have access to Freeview HD channels only, and not bother with the subscription.
#21
Yes I know, I was agreeing with you.
#22
Lakeside
Yes I know, I was agreeing with you.



oh.....forgive me :oops:
#23
spenz09
i called yesterday and got free v+hd (on xl tv) and told them relocate original box to sons room
total cost £5.50 a month on top of my subscription


I got exactly the same offer coming to install it on the 21st.:thumbsup:
banned#24
Virgin Media are now selling their Virgin V HD box for £49!!!


no they aren't
#25
I rang them last month they offered me the v+hd box for £75 if you install it yourself or £100 to send one of there guys, been with cable from the start they have had thousands out of me and still want to charge me for this upgrade it sucks
#26
spenz09;8583461
i called yesterday and got free v+hd (on xl tv) and told them relocate original box to sons room
total cost £5.50 a month on top of my subscription

should be no monthly charge
#27
royals
should be no monthly charge


£5.50 for second box
#28
I was paying +£5 for mine last year. This year I moved and no VM :(

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