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Virgin Media Big Bundle Mixit TV + M50 Fibre + Talk Weekends £33pm for 12 months (£35 Setup - £431 Total)
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Virgin Media Big Bundle Mixit TV + M50 Fibre + Talk Weekends £33pm for 12 months (£35 Setup - £431 Total)

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Posted 4th Jun

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Vm is offering big bundle for £33 a month and £35 activation fees so for 1 year it will be £431
But quidco got £130 and VM offering either speaker or £75 credit so in essence it is
£431-£75-130 = £226 effectively £19 per month.
Also if you go at the bottom of the page it's written

Big bundle: New customers only. Mixit TV, M100 Fibre Broadband (average download speed 108Mbps) and Talk Weekends. £29.99 a month for 12 months. Price includes line rental (£19 per month). Standard monthly pricing (currently £59 per month) applies from month 13.

If they offer this it will be much more cheaper
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Existing customers get treated like crap while new ones get good deals.Terrible company.
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Even the next one up for £38 seems like a good deal with cash back and credit making it £22.19 p/m Shame I can’t get this yet as haven’t got a move in date for my house yet
I got the deal for £35 and free Google nest, very good price
Existing customers get treated like crap while new ones get good deals.Terrible company.
Why cold?
I am an existing customer and booked my disconnection on 3rd July. Thinking of taking this deal today on my wife's name. Does anyone know if any other good deal comes with VM before 4th if I can cancel this and redo it with same name with VM?
shishiragarwal04/06/2020 18:36

I am an existing customer and booked my disconnection on 3rd July. …I am an existing customer and booked my disconnection on 3rd July. Thinking of taking this deal today on my wife's name. Does anyone know if any other good deal comes with VM before 4th if I can cancel this and redo it with same name with VM?


...you have 14 days of cooling period to cancel taken contract, but I am not sure if you will be able to take another one in the same name, as it will be already on Virgin's credit check system, so it may not go through
BS_Man04/06/2020 18:57

...you have 14 days of cooling period to cancel taken contract, but I am …...you have 14 days of cooling period to cancel taken contract, but I am not sure if you will be able to take another one in the same name, as it will be already on Virgin's credit check system, so it may not go through


Isn't 14 days kicks in from the day service starts. In my case I won't be starting service until 4th July
shishiragarwal04/06/2020 19:01

Isn't 14 days kicks in from the day service starts. In my case I won't be …Isn't 14 days kicks in from the day service starts. In my case I won't be starting service until 4th July


...no, from the date of signing new contract, only TalkTalk gives option to cancel service within first 30 days of it
den16904/06/2020 18:34

Existing customers get treated like crap while new ones get good …Existing customers get treated like crap while new ones get good deals.Terrible company.


Be a new customer somewhere else then
jb6604/06/2020 19:36

Be a new customer somewhere else then



den16904/06/2020 18:34

Existing customers get treated like crap while new ones get good …Existing customers get treated like crap while new ones get good deals.Terrible company.


...or simply serve notice and sign up in partner's name
Edited by: "BS_Man" 4th Jun
shishiragarwal04/06/2020 18:36

I am an existing customer and booked my disconnection on 3rd July. …I am an existing customer and booked my disconnection on 3rd July. Thinking of taking this deal today on my wife's name. Does anyone know if any other good deal comes with VM before 4th if I can cancel this and redo it with same name with VM?


They will ring you with a deal a few days before the 30 days are up.
Virgin are utter garbage. I haven't had Internet in six months. Multiple engineer visits, takes days to actually speak to someone following any event as you have to use the garbage app or generic number for contact and explain the issue to five different people before getting to someone who can do something. And virgin media are outright lying scum, the tier one tech guy in India told me today I need to pay for a greater than 100mb package to get better than 600m/s latency because I use 500gb a month data

The only solace is I'm not alone, just check their twitter or reviews online. Regulator should take their license.
menace476504/06/2020 20:21

They will ring you with a deal a few days before the 30 days are up.


Received call today was offering only M50 for £26.i straight said no
den16904/06/2020 18:34

Existing customers get treated like crap while new ones get good …Existing customers get treated like crap while new ones get good deals.Terrible company.


@den169
All you have to do is call customer services retention team when you contract is about to run out and tell them what you want.
May have to speak with couple of people, but if you are politely persistent, you’ll get what you want. This is what I’ve been doing for past 6 years with Virgin.

Last I renewed in December ‘19. I had a deal for 200mbps, basic TV and phone line, similar to the one that’s posted but quicker internet for £31.50 pcm.

Payment was meant to go up to £54 as they do silly 12month promo contracts and then it goes up. First person on the phone said it’s not possible, so I politely asked to speak with her supervisor.

Waited another 5mins and said I want the same service for the same money as I was happy with it or I’m leaving, 2 seconds later the answer was “OK, no problem, all sorted”.

15 minutes on the phone once a year won’t hurt me, they keep the customer and I have no hassle with changing providers, even if there may be something out there £2 cheaper.
And people on management level realise that or are being trained to retain customers (hence name of department). After all in business it’s cheaper to keep a customer from leaving than attract a new one.

I never had issues with Virgin and have been moving every 6-12 months (at least 5 times) for the 4 years prior to house I live in now.

It’s simple as - if you don’t ask, you don’t get.
Edited by: "Rastome" 4th Jun
Rastome04/06/2020 21:46

@den169 All you have to do is call customer services retention team when …@den169 All you have to do is call customer services retention team when you contract is about to run out and tell them what you want. May have to speak with couple of people, but if you are politely persistent, you’ll get what you want. This is what I’ve been doing for past 6 years with Virgin. Last I renewed in December ‘19. I had a deal for 200mbps, basic TV and phone line, similar to the one that’s posted but quicker internet for £31.50 pcm. Payment was meant to go up to £54 as they do silly 12month promo contracts and then it goes up. First person on the phone said it’s not possible, so I politely asked to speak with her supervisor. Waited another 5mins and said I want the same service for the same money as I was happy with it or I’m leaving, 2 seconds later the answer was “OK, no problem, all sorted”. 15 minutes on the phone once a year won’t hurt me, they keep the customer and I have no hassle with changing providers, even if there may be something out there £2 cheaper. And people on management level realise that or are being trained to retain customers (hence name of department). After all in business it’s cheaper to keep a customer from leaving than attract a new one. I never had issues with Virgin and have been moving every 6-12 months (at least 5 times) for the 4 years prior to house I live in now.It’s simple as - if you don’t ask, you don’t get.


Done that for over 10 years Rastome but you don't get retentions by talking to customer service ,You have to cancel totally then they will ring back with a deal.Retentions after you cancel are the ones who can give you the best deals.I do it every year,They are still a terrible company though if i could get matching BB somewhere else i would ditch them asap.
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