UNLIMITED 4G data, txt and minutes Virgin mobile for £25 (£300 for 12 months)
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UNLIMITED 4G data, txt and minutes Virgin mobile for £25 (£300 for 12 months)

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Found 23rd Apr
Exclusive to Virgin TV and Virgin Fibre households

£25

UNLIMITED GB 4G Data
UNLIMITED Minutes
UNLIMITED Text
12 Month SIM

£25 Month
£300 for 12 month

Data Rollover: keep unused data

Data-free messaging on WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Twitter

Change your 4G plan up or down every month

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yahoo00710 m ago

Data Rollover: keep unused data


Double unlimited data every month! Kewl.
Regret it joined Virgin mobile three month ago, the connection coverage is terrible and i am living in central London. You have been warned.
leoc23rd Apr

This is a good deal, but there are lots of complaints all over their …This is a good deal, but there are lots of complaints all over their forums by their customers because of poor service on their new network (apparently, they no longer use EE, but now have their own network?)Be careful! https://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Virgin-Mobile/New-purple-SIM-Intermittent-data/td-p/3640439https://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Virgin-Mobile/New-contract-Virgin-no-longer-with-EE-Have-I-made-a-mistake/td-p/3681889



Rubbish, virgin are an mvno and they use the EE network. The only thing that has changed is the new sims connect via virgins servers rather than EEs. Why is this so hard for you people to understand, virgin couldnt just roll out their own mobile masts all over the country over night without anyone noticing!!
Unlimited data? Only a few will truely need above a certain amount. Don't be fooled into paying more for data you will never use. Think carefully before taking this deal...
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sounds amazing, but am not a virgin customer....
have some heat!
Edited by: "thepharmacist" 23rd Apr
Regret it joined Virgin mobile three month ago, the connection coverage is terrible and i am living in central London. You have been warned.
Don’t they use EE network?
nswsz7 m ago

Regret it joined Virgin mobile three month ago, the connection coverage …Regret it joined Virgin mobile three month ago, the connection coverage is terrible and i am living in central London. You have been warned.


10 million people, people get lost too so do signals too under such a strain.
nswsz8 m ago

Regret it joined Virgin mobile three month ago, the connection coverage …Regret it joined Virgin mobile three month ago, the connection coverage is terrible and i am living in central London. You have been warned.


Try turning your phone off, write your land line number on a piece of gaffer tape and stick to back of phone, put it in a goldfish bowl ((filled)) with a selection of fresh meats and herbs, place said bowl in a recyclable carrier bag, try and make bag as water tight as you can, place carrier bag in any fast flowing part of the Thames, wait 15 years until someone finds it in Australia and calls you, ask them to turn phone back on ((may need charging)) and then see if you can get a signal with Virgin, while your phone is 14,000 miles away...no luck, take up origami

* yes Virgin really is that bad in most of London
pambecs7 m ago

Don’t they use EE network?


Yes EE are the provider.
yahoo00710 m ago

...Data-free messaging on WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Twitter...


Wouldn't all social media and access to every other web-service be free (aka inclusive) for an unlimited data arrangement, or does the specific mention of those services suggest there is a FUP applicable to the unlimited data?
Any tethering with this I wonder or wish?
yahoo00710 m ago

Data Rollover: keep unused data


Double unlimited data every month! Kewl.
I thought EE was the best network to be on or are they just rubbish in London
anthony692 m ago

Any tethering with this I wonder or wish?


Yep unlimited tethering
yahoo00725 m ago

Yes EE are the provider.


I'm sure they've switched to their own network now.
Unlimited data? Only a few will truely need above a certain amount. Don't be fooled into paying more for data you will never use. Think carefully before taking this deal...
baker1981126 m ago

Yep unlimited tethering


Are you sure? Because that would be ideal, but I just caught for this after a quick Google.

If your tariff includes unlimited data, then this is for mobile internet services and data consumption actually on your handset. It does not include using your handset as a modem to connect other devices such as laptops and tablets – also known as “Tethering”
Yeah they have their own network now they sent my new sim even though I didn't ask for one about s month ago and the forum is correct, had lots of issues since they went on their own
BuzzDuraband33 m ago

Are you sure? Because that would be ideal, but I just caught for this …Are you sure? Because that would be ideal, but I just caught for this after a quick Google.If your tariff includes unlimited data, then this is for mobile internet services and data consumption actually on your handset. It does not include using your handset as a modem to connect other devices such as laptops and tablets – also known as “Tethering”


On the recent similar unlim data VM deals, customers stated the generic FUP limitations did not apply, so tethering was OK. Not yet seen any credible info to support that but there seems to be a lot of customers stating it. Maybe the individual contracts state "inclusive tethering" or similar which would obvsly override any generic / superceded web text?
They use their own computer systems now but they still use EE's transmitters. I found Virgin OK but I wouldn't switch back unless they get Band 20 & VoLTE, I now have signal and calls on BT who also use EE in places I'd never get with Virgin.
dcx_badass39 m ago

They use their own computer systems now but they still use EE's …They use their own computer systems now but they still use EE's transmitters. I found Virgin OK but I wouldn't switch back unless they get Band 20 & VoLTE, I now have signal and calls on BT who also use EE in places I'd never get with Virgin.


Funny thing is for me in Scotland is my EE & Virgin have no difference, then again I have a old EE provided white sim not purple so it must be mainly 1800mhz spectrum up here, maybe the new EE base stations in the highlands are 800mhz band though ?
Guide here for 4 big ones and their reseller frequencies 4g.co.uk/4g-…ow/
arjun3114 h, 22 m ago

I'm sure they've switched to their own network now.



No they havent, they switched to their own servers. They still use the EE network.
leoc23rd Apr

This is a good deal, but there are lots of complaints all over their …This is a good deal, but there are lots of complaints all over their forums by their customers because of poor service on their new network (apparently, they no longer use EE, but now have their own network?)Be careful! https://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Virgin-Mobile/New-purple-SIM-Intermittent-data/td-p/3640439https://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Virgin-Mobile/New-contract-Virgin-no-longer-with-EE-Have-I-made-a-mistake/td-p/3681889



Rubbish, virgin are an mvno and they use the EE network. The only thing that has changed is the new sims connect via virgins servers rather than EEs. Why is this so hard for you people to understand, virgin couldnt just roll out their own mobile masts all over the country over night without anyone noticing!!
sorry if this sounds silly but has anyone got a pic of the new and old sims ?
was the old sim red on one side and white on the other and is the new sim red on one side and purple on the other?
Cold. Giffgaff do the same for £20.
what i dont get is they use EE network.
im on EE and have great coverage(although 4gee doesnt seem as fast these days)
missis is on virgin and signal is awful and i mean truely awful to the point she has zero signal or data when i have almost fuill and 4gee.

using same phones
orangejon7912 m ago

Cold. Giffgaff do the same for £20.



After 9GB of data used you'll experience a reduced data speed of 384kbps from 8am to Midnight.
Steve12051 m ago

After 9GB of data used you'll experience a reduced data speed of 384kbps …After 9GB of data used you'll experience a reduced data speed of 384kbps from 8am to Midnight.


I have the £15 a month option and have never used more than the 6gig. Maybe I’m not a heavy user though.
ramiuk120 m ago

what i dont get is they use EE network.im on EE and have great …what i dont get is they use EE network.im on EE and have great coverage(although 4gee doesnt seem as fast these days)missis is on virgin and signal is awful and i mean truely awful to the point she has zero signal or data when i have almost fuill and 4gee.using same phones


virgin cannot use 800MHz (Band 20) which spreads better than the other bands.
I would give TCB a try nothing to lose sure.

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topcashback.co.uk/vir…le/

Effectively bringing it down to £21pm for 12 months.
orangejon7958 m ago

Cold. Giffgaff do the same for £20.


Sorry... Giffgaff will throttle your speed during the day if you go over the specific amount of data used in a month.
X-Ray31 m ago

I would give TCB a try nothing to lose sure.[Image] …I would give TCB a try nothing to lose sure.[Image] https://www.topcashback.co.uk/virgin-mobile/Effectively bringing it down to £21pm for 12 months.


I have signed two sims with VM three month ago and i am still waiting.
nswsz6 m ago

I have signed two sims with VM three month ago and i am still waiting.


A 3 month wait isn't long sky mobike paid after 6 months for me
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BuzzDuraband9 h, 34 m ago

Are you sure? Because that would be ideal, but I just caught for this …Are you sure? Because that would be ideal, but I just caught for this after a quick Google.If your tariff includes unlimited data, then this is for mobile internet services and data consumption actually on your handset. It does not include using your handset as a modem to connect other devices such as laptops and tablets – also known as “Tethering”


virginmedia.com/cor…tml
Edited by: "baker19811" 24th Apr
Sales Tacticsfor VM is give you all sorts of benefits initially such as Big cash back(three month down the line still waiting), Double unlimited data, data rollover, no tethering etc. to lure people in, once you found out what their mobile network coverage likes, then it will be too late for you to get out,unless you dont mind pay the penalty . This is happened to me personally , hope people learn the lessons from my mistake.
Edited by: "nswsz" 24th Apr
baker198113 m ago

[Image] …[Image] http://www.virginmedia.com/corporate/media-centre/press-releases/virgin-mobile-launches-the-uks-first-truly-unlimited-mobile-plan.html


Thanks. I actually saw that last night and read it wrong. Where it says...

"Truly Unlimited is the UK’s only unlimited plan with no tethering, throttling, speed restrictions or caps. Priced at £25 a month Truly Unlimited is cheaper than competing plans, which due to restrictions limit customer’s use and offer less value."

I obviously read the wrong way. It might be worth a call if it 'Truly' (no pun) is unlimited tethering. Currently paying Three £20 for 100GB with 30GB tether.
BuzzDuraband1 m ago

Thanks. I actually saw that last night and read it wrong. Where it …Thanks. I actually saw that last night and read it wrong. Where it says..."Truly Unlimited is the UK’s only unlimited plan with no tethering, throttling, speed restrictions or caps. Priced at £25 a month Truly Unlimited is cheaper than competing plans, which due to restrictions limit customer’s use and offer less value."I obviously read the wrong way. It might be worth a call if it 'Truly' (no pun) is unlimited tethering. Currently paying Three £20 for 100GB with 30GB tether.


On second thoughts. I don't think I'll bother

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X-Ray1 h, 14 m ago

I would give TCB a try nothing to lose sure.[Image] …I would give TCB a try nothing to lose sure.[Image] https://www.topcashback.co.uk/virgin-mobile/Effectively bringing it down to £21pm for 12 months.


No, it will still be £25 a month. You aren't going to put the cashback into paying the mobile bill, are you?. You'll just spend it on anything as soon as it hits your bank account so it has no bearing whatsoever on the price of this contract
itchyone2 m ago

No, it will still be £25 a month. You aren't going to put the cashback …No, it will still be £25 a month. You aren't going to put the cashback into paying the mobile bill, are you?. You'll just spend it on anything as soon as it hits your bank account so it has no bearing whatsoever on the price of this contract


I mean it's up to the individual what the person spends the money on but if you put it towards the contact it will be a good investment not so nuch a chinese or two.
For those that think of using it as a home broadband substitute whilst the terms do allow you... Please don't take the p*** and ruin it for everyone so Virgin Media have to change their terms.
Agahnim19 h, 40 m ago

Yeah they have their own network now they sent my new sim even though I …Yeah they have their own network now they sent my new sim even though I didn't ask for one about s month ago and the forum is correct, had lots of issues since they went on their own


Nah, they dont have their own network, just a little more integration. Things were just shuffled around a bit. Previously they have to submit things to ee, now they have the ability deal with a little
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