2GB 4G Data - 2500 Minutes - Unlimited Text - 12 Months Sim - £6 Month (£72 for 12 Month) @ Virgin Mobile
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2GB 4G Data - 2500 Minutes - Unlimited Text - 12 Months Sim - £6 Month (£72 for 12 Month) @ Virgin Mobile

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Found 3rd Apr
  • 2GB 4G Data
  • 2500 Minutes
  • Unlimited Text
  • 12 Months Sim

£6 Month
£72 for 12 Months



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How.
Where is the link etc.
Your link goes to server not found.
Edited by: "bigwheels" 3rd Apr
heat i hope a deal like this is around in a few weeks when my present contract is up.
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SirBananaman8 m ago

heat i hope a deal like this is around in a few weeks when my …heat i hope a deal like this is around in a few weeks when my present contract is up.


If you have only few weeks left on the contract it is best to sign up for the deal if it a good deal and make a gain overall, you may not get a deal as good as this

Bare in mind there is a lot of compition out there
Edited by: "szaman81" 3rd Apr
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bigwheels27 m ago

Your link goes to server not found.


working fine tried from another pc
SirBananaman27 m ago

heat i hope a deal like this is around in a few weeks when my …heat i hope a deal like this is around in a few weeks when my present contract is up.


This has been available since last year so it might be a permanent tariff.
szaman812 m ago

working fine tried from another pc



I used edge IE Chrome and firefox. No luck.
I copy and pasted it deleted some of it and got it to work.
I took a screen shot to show plus net mobile to get a better deal.
I gave you heat as well.
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OnTheHUKD2 m ago

This has been available since last year so it might be a permanent tariff.


Its on and off I think
Spoke to Virgin Sales today and they couldnt offer me this
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bigwheels2 m ago

I used edge IE Chrome and firefox. No luck.I copy and pasted it deleted …I used edge IE Chrome and firefox. No luck.I copy and pasted it deleted some of it and got it to work.I took a screen shot to show plus net mobile to get a better deal.I gave you heat as well.


So what did Plusnet offer you after showing them this?
Need wife to ring them as in her name.
I think new month is 11/04/18 so will ring on 9/4/18 and see what they say.
Subject to annual RPI adjustments
Not bad, the same deal as an existing customer for £5 earlier today
Edited by: "mysterd" 3rd Apr
Has anyone actually managed to get this deal, when I try they say it doesn't exist and their deals start from £9 for this package.
Just applied (Firefox), worked for me - thanks OP
Are these deals for new connections only, or will they allow you to change your existing sim onto this tariff ?
Can’t find this deal.
Just ordered one for my dual sim phone, perfect for me, as my main sim is voda 50gb, but will be ideal for those Vodafone unfriendly locations...
Great deal
So tempted by these VM deals but I made the mistake of checking their forum. A lot of customers having a lot of the same issue.
EDIT: Went through the whole process again in a new browser window and it worked the second time

I just got the following error clicking through the deal - got as far as the direct debit details being filled in and tried to submit and got:

Please give one of our team a call on 789 from your Virgin Mobile phone or 0345 6000 789* from any other phone and we'll do our best to help

*Please note standard charges apply. Please check with your network operator for rates.
Edited by: "Phnarr" 4th Apr
Wotan3rd Apr

So tempted by these VM deals but I made the mistake of checking their …So tempted by these VM deals but I made the mistake of checking their forum. A lot of customers having a lot of the same issue.


community.virginmedia.com/t5/…432
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tricky1981uk2 h, 45 m ago

http://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Virgin-Mobile/New-purple-SIM-Intermittent-data/m-p/3696432#M109151


Have a read through the forums from all mobile networks you will see that everyone is complaining

best is to experience for yourself

I am with Virgin and don't have isssues
Edited by: "szaman81" 8th Apr
szaman8120 h, 47 m ago

Have a read through the forums from all mobile networks you will see that …Have a read through the forums from all mobile networks you will see that everyone is complainingbest is to experience for yourselfI am with Virgin and don't have isssues


We have two virgin mobile sims and are using in Android phones and the service is very delayed and unreliable most of the time. We have logged a ticket with Virgin but they just say that they are looking into the issues.
many thanks OP
just suits my usage.....ordered one and accepted immediately....
For anyone after this, it is still available.
Edited by: "FF99" 1st Jun
This does look good thanks! Contract almost up. I do prefer rolling 1 month contracts if they still do those?

Am a bit wary of Virgin because I spent half my holiday on phone to Virgin trying to get my phone to access data in Germany. After days and days they said they'd fixed it then got a text saying my phone wasn't supported. Really ruined a big chunk of my first holiday abroad in years. I don't travel much, and should apparently have called them before leaving England, but that wasn't the cause of the issue in the end. If Virgin are particularly bad for travel (does anybody know if this is the case?) I probably shouldn't reward them by staying...

Not sure if Wileyfox is to blame too for being such an obscure phone/having odd settings? but at the end of the day I can get data fine in the UK, so I feel Virgin is more to blame for suddenly being unable to cope with my phone abroad, and without any warning. It would've honestly been better had Virgin had issues with the Wileyfox in the UK too so I'd have known in advance while I was safely at home.
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quixoticduck1 h, 30 m ago

This does look good thanks! Contract almost up. I do prefer rolling 1 …This does look good thanks! Contract almost up. I do prefer rolling 1 month contracts if they still do those?Am a bit wary of Virgin because I spent half my holiday on phone to Virgin trying to get my phone to access data in Germany. After days and days they said they'd fixed it then got a text saying my phone wasn't supported. Really ruined a big chunk of my first holiday abroad in years. I don't travel much, and should apparently have called them before leaving England, but that wasn't the cause of the issue in the end. If Virgin are particularly bad for travel (does anybody know if this is the case?) I probably shouldn't reward them by staying...Not sure if Wileyfox is to blame too for being such an obscure phone/having odd settings? but at the end of the day I can get data fine in the UK, so I feel Virgin is more to blame for suddenly being unable to cope with my phone abroad, and without any warning. It would've honestly been better had Virgin had issues with the Wileyfox in the UK too so I'd have known in advance while I was safely at home.


I mentioned this before
these MVNOs such as virgin, Plusnet, etc etc are okay from general point of view but when it comes to technicalities they are very incompetent because of luck of resources and limitations they have due to being part of MVNO

So if you are one of those people who travels a lot or don't want any technical issues is best to go with one of of those major networks such as EE even than it doesn't mean things won't break down but they can deal with issues more effectively than Plusnet mobile or virgin mobile

Bare in mind the cost as well
Edited by: "szaman81" 26th Jun
szaman811 h, 16 m ago

I mentioned this before these MVNOs such as virgin, Plusnet, etc etc are …I mentioned this before these MVNOs such as virgin, Plusnet, etc etc are okay from general point of view but when it comes to technicalities they are very incompetent because of luck of resources and limitations they have due to being part of MVNOSo if you are one of those people who travels a lot or don't want any technical issues is best to go with one of of those major networks such as EE even than it doesn't mean things won't break down but they can deal with issues more effectively than Plusnet mobile or virgin mobileBare in mind the cost as well


Thanks, I wasn't aware of stuff like this! I thought they were all more or less the same, and we have Virgin broadband so it seemed to make sense to go with them for cheaper mobile stuff.

I probably won't go abroad in the next year but I guess it's a risk to be locked into Virgin for 12 months just in case. Another reason I prefer the 1 month rolling contracts! Although I'll probably replace my Wileyfox at some point soon though and I think a more mainstream phone would help reduce issues. Also I'll now know to call them 24 hours ahead of time. Hmmmm...
I phoned them and they don't think this offer exists. My contract is due to end in two weeks. Do you know how I can get this offer when I already have an account with them? When I log in to the website it doesn't offer me anything but upgrade with a phone (which is ridiculous as I've never gotten a phone from them before, I always to sim only), there is no option to change to another tariff.

Do I really have to figure out how to cancel my tariff by calling them yet again today (after they told me I could do this online) and then get this offer on the website before my contract even ends? And what if I don't call them, will my contract auto-renew or am I free of the old contract? I hate this.
Edited by: "quixoticduck" 12th Jul
Welp, I gave up and got the £7 month one on their website they said they can't port Virgin numbers to Virgin sims so if I got this deal and let my other one expire I'd have to change my number. Just wanted to get it sorted and out of the way.

Tbh idk why I'm still with Virgin. The only reason I went with them in the first place is because Broadband users got better deals but the only extra I get from that now is free calls to Virgin numbers. I never make phonecalls. Maybe I should swap in a year's time to O2/EE or somebody who will have better support abroad/whoever is cheapest.

Still voted hot. A good deal for those who can make use of it.
Edited by: "quixoticduck" 13th Jul
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quixoticduck3 h, 28 m ago

Welp, I gave up and got the £7 month one on their website they said …Welp, I gave up and got the £7 month one on their website they said they can't port Virgin numbers to Virgin sims so if I got this deal and let my other one expire I'd have to change my number. Just wanted to get it sorted and out of the way.Tbh idk why I'm still with Virgin. The only reason I went with them in the first place is because Broadband users got better deals but the only extra I get from that now is free calls to Virgin numbers. I never make phonecalls. Maybe I should swap in a year's time to O2/EE or somebody who will have better support abroad/whoever is cheapest.Still voted hot. A good deal for those who can make use of it.


To keep your existing number on the same network is port out the number to a another network and port back in
Done few times for myself and cousins
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