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ALL MOBILE PLANS HAVE OPTION TO COME WITH 100GB @ VIRGIN MOBILE
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ALL MOBILE PLANS HAVE OPTION TO COME WITH 100GB @ VIRGIN MOBILE

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Posted 26th Apr 2019

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I just upgraded my plan and ordered a new P30 Lite all for £22PM. Pretty cracking deal for me..
3220802-TyB3F.jpgAll Pay Monthly phones have the option to include 100GB on their normal 10GB plan.
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Remember that Virgin can increase your tariff by 33% a few months in and you can either accept that or phone up and talk to some idiot who will lie and say that you have to pay to leave early and that all networks do it until you insist you can leave immediately for free and you're back to square one looking for another provider.
Edited by: "SmutBuffet" 26th Apr 2019
MR+T15 m ago

This company has the worst customer service in Britain! Be warned!


U ain’t used Bt customer service then
This company has the worst customer service in Britain! Be warned!
Just got a sim only deal from Virgin...before I have ordered it I had been put off by the online reviews...what was my surprise when I compared other network providers reviews and they are all "one" stars 😁 just took me three days and twenty phone calls to cancell my three mobile contract due to price rise in spite of they have sent me a letter I can do it free of charge...think when it comes to cancelations, upgrades, network issues they are all the same and deal with you in a similar manner...but tbh I never had any big issues with any of them
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Remember that Virgin can increase your tariff by 33% a few months in and you can either accept that or phone up and talk to some idiot who will lie and say that you have to pay to leave early and that all networks do it until you insist you can leave immediately for free and you're back to square one looking for another provider.
Edited by: "SmutBuffet" 26th Apr 2019
SmutBuffet26/04/2019 14:06

Remember that Virgin can increase your tariff by 33% a few months in and …Remember that Virgin can increase your tariff by 33% a few months in and you can either accept that or phone up and talk to some idiot who will lie and say that you have to pay to leave early and that all networks do it until you insist you can leave immediately for free and you're back to square one looking for another provider.


They gave me a FREESTYLE contract which means I can leave the tariff but continue to pay the monthly phone.
Jefferzuk26/04/2019 14:08

They gave me a FREESTYLE contract which means I can leave the tariff but …They gave me a FREESTYLE contract which means I can leave the tariff but continue to pay the monthly phone.


Prepare for an argument with a call centre person thats paid to keep you either make you give up leaving or they cut the call

I used to be a big fan of Virgin but not anymore....terrible customer service

Ask then the terms for LIFETIME....its not what you think
This company has the worst customer service in Britain! Be warned!
MR+T15 m ago

This company has the worst customer service in Britain! Be warned!


U ain’t used Bt customer service then
MR+T16 m ago

This company has the worst customer service in Britain! Be warned!


The only part left in Britain doesn`t have any control and are just as rude if you can ever speak to them!
Virgin cs always cut you off if they can’t deal with basic customer service issues, I don’t know how they are still in business

Just look at the cs reviews on trust pilot so many bad reviews from customers but not a single reply from management, says it all really

uk.trustpilot.com/review/virginmobile.co.uk
Edited by: "MR+T" 26th Apr 2019
Just state that you'll be in touch with your lawyer and they'll escalate the situation haha

Just know your rights. No company can increase tariffs without first notifying you. You then have 30 days to accept or reject those terms since your original contract said something else. Just say you know your rights so just get to the point and end my contract
Edited by: "PureGolden" 26th Apr 2019
Just got a sim only deal from Virgin...before I have ordered it I had been put off by the online reviews...what was my surprise when I compared other network providers reviews and they are all "one" stars 😁 just took me three days and twenty phone calls to cancell my three mobile contract due to price rise in spite of they have sent me a letter I can do it free of charge...think when it comes to cancelations, upgrades, network issues they are all the same and deal with you in a similar manner...but tbh I never had any big issues with any of them
Thanks for sharing but To be honest “Avoid” any deals from “virgin media” it only looks good on beginning !
MR+T26/04/2019 14:44

Virgin cs always cut you off if they can’t deal with basic customer s …Virgin cs always cut you off if they can’t deal with basic customer service issues, I don’t know how they are still in business Just look at the cs reviews on trust pilot so many bad reviews from customers but not a single reply from management, says it all really uk.trustpilot.com/review/virginmobile.co.uk


Blimey that’s a shocking read
ms841 h, 3 m ago

Just got a sim only deal from Virgin...before I have ordered it I had been …Just got a sim only deal from Virgin...before I have ordered it I had been put off by the online reviews...what was my surprise when I compared other network providers reviews and they are all "one" stars 😁 just took me three days and twenty phone calls to cancell my three mobile contract due to price rise in spite of they have sent me a letter I can do it free of charge...think when it comes to cancelations, upgrades, network issues they are all the same and deal with you in a similar manner...but tbh I never had any big issues with any of them


I agree it is all down to personal experience
PureGolden26/04/2019 14:44

Just state that you'll be in touch with your lawyer and they'll escalate …Just state that you'll be in touch with your lawyer and they'll escalate the situation hahaJust know your rights. No company can increase tariffs without first notifying you. You then have 30 days to accept or reject those terms since your original contract said something else. Just say you know your rights so just get to the point and end my contract



This is the UK, if you say lawyer they will instantly think you're an idiot and dont even have one unless they are even dumber. Its solicitor.
eraldo7 m ago

This is the UK, if you say lawyer they will instantly think you're an …This is the UK, if you say lawyer they will instantly think you're an idiot and dont even have one unless they are even dumber. Its solicitor.


Lol ur insane
Virgin lost my number when porting out of a PAYG to a contract.

Then it became like dealing with monkeys & I'd to tell every contact about my new number.
monkey19992 h, 5 m ago

Blimey that’s a shocking read



really shocking !
any 100GB for a year ,
i d'ont want 2 years ,
just want a year no phone
100 broadband
darklight3 h, 5 m ago

any 100GB for a year , i d'ont want 2 years , just want a year no phone …any 100GB for a year , i d'ont want 2 years , just want a year no phone 100 broadband


Three had a sim only deal with ultd data for £20/month. Might be worth checking their website (some tcb too).
Keith95347 h, 13 m ago

Prepare for an argument with a call centre person thats paid to keep you …Prepare for an argument with a call centre person thats paid to keep you either make you give up leaving or they cut the callI used to be a big fan of Virgin but not anymore....terrible customer serviceAsk then the terms for LIFETIME....its not what you think


Had the same problem. In my case 5 x LIFETIME DATA lasted 30 days notice from virgin and the price went up more than 300%.
I've had virgin SIM only deal for a few years now, tbh, not really had any issues.
Sounds like a great deal - I too have had bad experiences, especially when I was still in contract and wanted to change - it took nearly 2 hours and 4 or 5 people to understand I wanted to change my plan - as advertised on their own web site!
Beware, Virgin manipulate your data speeds. It runs on the EE networks, but you’re literally back of the queue. EE customers get full speed, where as poor Virgin customers get a cut down speed. I was visiting a national landmark one time, and it was so bad that WhatsApp messages struggled to send!
MR+T11 h, 38 m ago

This company has the worst customer service in Britain! Be warned!


Naw that would be Talktalk believe me!
SmutBuffet26/04/2019 14:06

Remember that Virgin can increase your tariff by 33% a few months in and …Remember that Virgin can increase your tariff by 33% a few months in and you can either accept that or phone up and talk to some idiot who will lie and say that you have to pay to leave early and that all networks do it until you insist you can leave immediately for free and you're back to square one looking for another provider.


Just 33% you are lucky they increased one of our numbers from £6 to £13 then told us it was because they were removing the package but two other numbers on the same account stayed the same.

On phoning them and being passed around and around for 2 hours was told that was because we were using to much data! Then when we changed to another tariff less expensive than what they were moving us to it turned out it was the number on our account that was using the least amount of data. After another 2 hours trying to sort it had to put the phone down as had been put on hold for 40 minutes so long.

CEO team ended up sort of helping and once credit on our account is gone we will be off and won’t be back.
Edited by: "eslick" 27th Apr 2019
Been with Virgin mobile 4 or 5 years never had any customer service problems,{Unlike the media side) Just upgraded to 10gb 5000 minutes unlimited text for £10 a month,Can anyone show me a better deal than that.Took 15 minutes on phone to upgrade mine and the wifes.
They put mine up from £10 to £23 and
With less data. They said tariff no longer available. I was on a 30 day rolling contract so i left. There deals look pretty tempting but beware especially on the 24 /36 month contracts .
How do they get away with excessive price hikes mid contract ?
Edited by: "leighbeef" 27th Apr 2019
Most plans are over36 months so cold from me
martyn_300013 h, 56 m ago

Beware, Virgin manipulate your data speeds. It runs on the EE networks, …Beware, Virgin manipulate your data speeds. It runs on the EE networks, but you’re literally back of the queue. EE customers get full speed, where as poor Virgin customers get a cut down speed. I was visiting a national landmark one time, and it was so bad that WhatsApp messages struggled to send!



Iv always managed to get much faster speeds than on three plus i actually get a 4g signal indoors.
I'm currently using a 200gb + 100gb data rollover SIM as my home internet. It's usually very fast (like, fast enough to stream 2 HD movies at the same time) but if you take it somewhere busy it slows to a crawl

Also, a few months back, Virgin *Media's* parental controls started to block my browsing, asking me to log in, and because I only have a Virgin *Mobile* account, there was nothing I could do to deactivate them. It was at this point that I discovered the customer service was delivered entirely through an internet forum or... text message (!!). No live chat, no phone number. Also, they were utterly useless. Thankfully, the problem fixed itself about a week later

So I definitely have mixed feelings about them
leighbeef9 h, 35 m ago

They put mine up from £10 to £23 and With less data. They said tariff no l …They put mine up from £10 to £23 and With less data. They said tariff no longer available. I was on a 30 day rolling contract so i left. There deals look pretty tempting but beware especially on the 24 /36 month contracts .How do they get away with excessive price hikes mid contract ?



They get it because previousy companies raised prices and it was a pain to get out of the contract so Ofcom changed the ruling so that if the price changed "materially" then the network had to let you go for free so now dodgy companies just reel people in during promotional periods and then whack up the prices under the guise of that contract being no longer available. It's no more a problem on 36 month contracts as it is on 12 month ones - you can still leave for free. It's just boring having to spend time finding a new contract and at the point you're looking the other networks might not have the same offers available which they did at the point you signed up with the dodgy network. What should happen, of course, is that the network shouldn't be allowed to put the price up "materially" during a contract and should be bound to it, but I don't see that happening.
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