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Media M350 broadband & phone plan & 2gb Virgin mobile sim - £36 per month (was £43 per month) on a 12-month contract = £432 @ Virgin Media

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Hi HotUkDealers... This is my 2nd post so please be gentle ..
Virgin Media has slashed the price of its broadband deals in a huge challenge to BT.
I saw this on the newspaper yesterday and thought it's a pretty good deal for 350mg broadband for busier housholds with 10+ gadgets. This deal comes with a phone line and a 2gb virgin mobile sim. I am currently in the process of ordering this but am just waiting for my additional £50 discount code.
They are also currently offering
- Virgin Media M100 broadband and phone plan - £26 per month (was £33 per month) on a 12-month contract ( which was listed prior).
And also
- Virgin Media M200 broadband and phone plan promising to deliver an average download speed of 213Mbps with a 2GB mobile data SIM - £34 per month (was £41 per month) on a 12-month contract.
I know this may not benefit everyone but I'm sure some people will.. Iv also uploaded a pic of the difference in upload and download speeds, just for you to have a gander
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sugichefz16/09/2019 20:12

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Sky - Trustpilot.com

BT - Trustpilot.com

Your post is very irrelevant, only people dissatisfied with a service tend to leave negative feedback.

If everybody listened to Trustpilot nobody would have broadband.
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Edited by: "nakedgardner" 16th Sep
I'm guessing it's for new customers only?
deals6916/09/2019 19:14

I'm guessing it's for new customers only?


I think your correct mate. If your at the end of your contract you could always rejoin on someone else's name that lives in your house. I know it's a long process and annoying but I'm doing exactly that and whilst calculating the saving over 12monthes, I think it's a no brainer.
It’s a shame they only offer the M500 package with TV.
GalaxyESX16/09/2019 19:30

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Thanks I didn’t know that, can you do that when placing the order? I just had the cables laid in my street and am waiting for orders to become available. No idea how long that takes as they only finished my street today.
nakedgardner16/09/2019 19:17

I think your correct mate. If your at the end of your contract you could …I think your correct mate. If your at the end of your contract you could always rejoin on someone else's name that lives in your house. I know it's a long process and annoying but I'm doing exactly that and whilst calculating the saving over 12monthes, I think it's a no brainer.


I put cancellation in and resigned up again on my own name initial contract was under my name too
shef007216/09/2019 19:33

I put cancellation in and resigned up again on my own name initial …I put cancellation in and resigned up again on my own name initial contract was under my name too


Easy now, you show off
Thanks GalaxyESX I’ll wait patiently for the knock.
shef007216/09/2019 19:33

I put cancellation in and resigned up again on my own name initial …I put cancellation in and resigned up again on my own name initial contract was under my name too


Done this myself no questions asked over the last few years
If you have a friend that works for Virgin Media they can get you 100mb for £21 or 200mb with a 2GB Sim for £27
GalaxyESX16/09/2019 19:30

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How do you select the £5pm extra for the speed increase?
nakedgardner16/09/2019 19:17

I think your correct mate. If your at the end of your contract you could …I think your correct mate. If your at the end of your contract you could always rejoin on someone else's name that lives in your house. I know it's a long process and annoying but I'm doing exactly that and whilst calculating the saving over 12monthes, I think it's a no brainer.


In that case, do they still charge any setup fees?
GalaxyESX16/09/2019 19:57

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Selected package, gone to basket, scrolled down but can't see "fibre".
poolman16/09/2019 19:58

In that case, do they still charge any setup fees?


Tbh that depends on your negotiation skills. Sometimes they chuck in the free installation when discussing deals over live chat.
jb6616/09/2019 19:42

If you have a friend that works for Virgin Media they can get you 100mb …If you have a friend that works for Virgin Media they can get you 100mb for £21 or 200mb with a 2GB Sim for £27


I got 100mb, TV with SKY movies for 3 months, TiVo v6 and phone for £29 was really happy with that, as my bill just got higher and higher.
I would have been paying £64 a month for 200mb, phone and TV mix if I hadn't have cancelled
sugichefz16/09/2019 20:12

Dnt use this Vile company.. Read reviews... Disgusting Conpany... …Dnt use this Vile company.. Read reviews... Disgusting Conpany... https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.virginmedia.com


I can kinda understand why u say that, but atleast provide some comparable suggestions?? 🏾
sugichefz16/09/2019 20:12

Dnt use this Vile company.. Read reviews... Disgusting Conpany... …Dnt use this Vile company.. Read reviews... Disgusting Conpany... https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.virginmedia.com


unlike sky... oh wait
sugichefz16/09/2019 20:12

Dnt use this Vile company.. Read reviews... Disgusting Conpany... …Dnt use this Vile company.. Read reviews... Disgusting Conpany... https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.virginmedia.com


Sky - Trustpilot.com

BT - Trustpilot.com

Your post is very irrelevant, only people dissatisfied with a service tend to leave negative feedback.

If everybody listened to Trustpilot nobody would have broadband.
nakedgardner16/09/2019 19:17

I think your correct mate. If your at the end of your contract you could …I think your correct mate. If your at the end of your contract you could always rejoin on someone else's name that lives in your house. I know it's a long process and annoying but I'm doing exactly that and whilst calculating the saving over 12monthes, I think it's a no brainer.


How long would I be without internet doing it this way?
thanks Virgin Media going to phone me on 26/09/2019 i have 200 broadband and anytime phone for £28 but ends on 27/09/2019 and pries is £52 ANY tips how can get a better deal
jediknight11116/09/2019 21:06

How long would I be without internet doing it this way?


Mine was in my mams name, cancelled then got a deal in my name the day after her line was cut off, the line got cut a little after midnight and I was up and running by 10am the next day, they sent my TiVo and hub to a local news agents to collect
Toon_army16/09/2019 21:14

Mine was in my mams name, cancelled then got a deal in my name the day …Mine was in my mams name, cancelled then got a deal in my name the day after her line was cut off, the line got cut a little after midnight and I was up and running by 10am the next day, they sent my TiVo and hub to a local news agents to collect


Thanks
nakedgardner16/09/2019 19:17

I think your correct mate. If your at the end of your contract you could …I think your correct mate. If your at the end of your contract you could always rejoin on someone else's name that lives in your house. I know it's a long process and annoying but I'm doing exactly that and whilst calculating the saving over 12monthes, I think it's a no brainer.


They let you also join in same name after one week . I have done that two times already. Voted hot . But the way they punish existing customers is real scandal and needs to be reported to OFFCOM.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 17th Sep
GalaxyESX16/09/2019 20:28

Sky - Trustpilot.comBT - Trustpilot.comYour post is very irrelevant, only …Sky - Trustpilot.comBT - Trustpilot.comYour post is very irrelevant, only people dissatisfied with a service tend to leave negative feedback. If everybody listened to Trustpilot nobody would have broadband.


U work for Virgin Media.. U always on here saying same stuff n promoting to rip off the Vulnerable in society...
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nice price, i'm paying this amount just for 350 broadband only and i'm tied in to a 24 month contract
waaqii16/09/2019 19:41

Done this myself no questions asked over the last few years



how long after leaving can you resign up again in your name/someone elses name?
EN1GMA17/09/2019 10:35

how long after leaving can you resign up again in your name/someone elses …how long after leaving can you resign up again in your name/someone elses name?


Usually they say 6 months but I've done it a few times where I've literally cancelled and signed back up within a few days after sending my equipment back
If you put in a disconnection and re-sign under a new name I assume you lose your current phone number
Don't forget, if you go thru TopSplashBack, as a new customer, you might* get £120

*might
shef007216/09/2019 19:33

I put cancellation in and resigned up again on my own name initial …I put cancellation in and resigned up again on my own name initial contract was under my name too


Does this mean you now have a new landline phone number?

Only thing putting me off signing up with another name at same address is potentially having our phone number changed. We want to keep it
109place17/09/2019 11:27

Does this mean you now have a new landline phone number?Only thing putting …Does this mean you now have a new landline phone number?Only thing putting me off signing up with another name at same address is potentially having our phone number changed. We want to keep it


Tbh I’m not sure as I haven’t even plugged in my landline as don’t utilise it
145ah16/09/2019 21:07

thanks Virgin Media going to phone me on 26/09/2019 i have 200 broadband …thanks Virgin Media going to phone me on 26/09/2019 i have 200 broadband and anytime phone for £28 but ends on 27/09/2019 and pries is £52 ANY tips how can get a better deal


Say no to everything and tell them you're giving 30 days notice to cancel. You'll get a call after a few days, say still too expensive and they'll offer better prices
As a Virgin customer for over 25 years, I am paying £53 a month for 100mb BB,landline and anytime calls....I get the feeling that I am paying for the discounts that new customers get. Its enough for me and I am going to leave VM
Ayub_Khanuqc17/09/2019 12:21

As a Virgin customer for over 25 years, I am paying £53 a month for 100mb …As a Virgin customer for over 25 years, I am paying £53 a month for 100mb BB,landline and anytime calls....I get the feeling that I am paying for the discounts that new customers get. Its enough for me and I am going to leave VM


Won't lie, you're the reason they're this bad of a company. Not checking up every month or even every 6 months to lower your contract.

They get away with this by not calling your or emailing you. It's your right as a customer to get the best out of your money.
nakedgardner16/09/2019 19:17

I think your correct mate. If your at the end of your contract you could …I think your correct mate. If your at the end of your contract you could always rejoin on someone else's name that lives in your house. I know it's a long process and annoying but I'm doing exactly that and whilst calculating the saving over 12monthes, I think it's a no brainer.


You can't get the deal if you want to keep the phone number when someone else in the household want to take over number
109place17/09/2019 11:27

Does this mean you now have a new landline phone number?Only thing putting …Does this mean you now have a new landline phone number?Only thing putting me off signing up with another name at same address is potentially having our phone number changed. We want to keep it


My advise would be port your land number for couple of days and then sign up again
shef007216/09/2019 19:33

I put cancellation in and resigned up again on my own name initial …I put cancellation in and resigned up again on my own name initial contract was under my name too


Is it possible to take over the existing phone number when signing up as new customer
Edited by: "naheemhussainuk" 17th Sep
naheemhussainuk17/09/2019 14:07

Is it possible to take over the existing phone number when signing up as …Is it possible to take over the existing phone number when signing up as new customer


I'm looking at porting the number across to a voip for a couple of weeks the porting it back - Cheapest I can get it to is £15 for each port which adds to the cost.

Anyone have a better way of doing this?
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