Uswitch Virgin Media deal 50MB @ £5/ month with £ 17.99/month line rental - 12 Month contract and £50 credit for new customers
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Uswitch Virgin Media deal 50MB @ £5/ month with £ 17.99/month line rental - 12 Month contract and £50 credit for new customers

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Found 2nd Dec 2015
Been posted a month ago. A good deal by USwitch for new Virgin Media customers with 12 Months contract only.

50MB @ £5 /month = £60
Line rental @ 17.99/month = £215.88
New customers credit £50 using promo code VMBRVOU50

In sum, the deal is 225.88/ 12 months

If you go for line rental saver option, which is £165 for a 12 months, same package can work out around £175 /year only (approximately 14.50/ month).

50MB will be soon upgraded to 70MB.
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Original Poster
Direct link to the deal:

http://store.virginmedia.com/quick-checkout?productCodes=Deepest_US_BB50&postcode=&buspart=uk_afl_a_cable_na_na_trade_direct_uSwitch%20Communications_generic&tduid=08d264deaf73b674b1dfc79a8e19ecd3&CMP=DFA:1921795:115854716:288871583:0
is there anything for NOT been a new customers i am on Multi Talk 1000,Talk Unlimited,SuperFibre 50
£19.50 for the internet plus Line Rental £17.99 and the price is going up by i think £3.50 in February 2016 so total is £40.99, anyone please tell is this any good??
Original Poster
I am currently using Virgin Media and got the same deal in October. So far I had no issue unless some equipment upgradation working is going on in your area.
Original Poster
For existing customers, better way is to speak with customer services team and try to get a good deal near to contract expiry.
do any existing customers have good deal?
Best deal they offered me before I left virgin was £16pm but i still left, took out the sky deal £25pa.
aaqeel

For existing customers, better way is to speak with customer services … For existing customers, better way is to speak with customer services team and try to get a good deal near to contract expiry.



145ah

do any existing customers have good deal?



most virgin customers will have had a letter recently telling them prices are going up, that was the time to put in your cancellation notice even within a contract as you can leave at no cost and they will give you a deal to stay.
I got the posted deal as a new customer 2 weeks ago. Called VM about MIL's existing deal, their cancellations team matched the offer for her, told them we'd disconnect and reconnect under FIL's name otherwise
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