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Virgin (uses EE network) 30Gb data, unlimited minutes, unlimited texts - 24 months £12 month - Total Cost £288 @ Virgin
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Virgin (uses EE network) 30Gb data, unlimited minutes, unlimited texts - 24 months £12 month - Total Cost £288 @ Virgin

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Posted 4th Jun

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Virgin it is not ee anymore
Edited by: "DaZkO" 4th Jun
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iam sure Virgin mobile runs on EE?
Edited by: "deleted2477669" 4th Jun
deleted247766904/06/2020 22:01

iam sure Virgin mobile runs on EE?


I think it does currently but it is merging with o2.
DaZkO04/06/2020 21:52

Virgin it is not ee anymore


Still does it was supposed to go Vodafone in 2021 but has just agreed to merge with o2 however it needs to go rectified and might not happen. Either way it will be EE for a while and they will probably change the tariff in the next 24 months and allow you to leave.
Love__Bargains04/06/2020 22:12

I think it does currently but it is merging with o2.

Ee network locked phones won't accept virgin sim card
DaZkO04/06/2020 22:25

Ee network locked phones won't accept virgin sim card


So?
the__cat05/06/2020 00:52

So?


Ee locked phones doesn't support virgin, so means that signal code is different
I have virgin as a second sim, I get better performance from Virgin at the moment than EE.

Would have no hesitation, if they move to o2 once the deal completes. It will be o2 proper, so no longer mvno.

mayber even better deals, fyi Virgin have been giving free 10gb boosts throughout lockdown
Also it looks like they want to use o2 and three network as they want to be the biggest and the best network going. Sim automatically uses strongest network. If this was an EE post at 30gb a month for £12 probs would have had heat. But people are worried because they dont know the coverage but it's one of the best
DaZkO05/06/2020 04:12

Ee locked phones doesn't support virgin, so means that signal code is …Ee locked phones doesn't support virgin, so means that signal code is different


But that has what to do with this exactly?
you can get 30gb + unlimited call & texts for £10pm with Smarty Mobile and is only on a 1 month rolling contract, so no long lock-in or credit checks (as you pay in advance).

(NB Smarty is owned by and uses Three's network, so check coverage) .
DaZkO05/06/2020 04:12

Ee locked phones doesn't support virgin, so means that signal code is …Ee locked phones doesn't support virgin, so means that signal code is different



No, that means mobile network code is different (and it's 234-31 or 234-32 instead of EE's 234-30, 234-33, 234-34).

Nb, you can easily unlock your phone: ee.co.uk/hel…ork
m1kes05/06/2020 09:37

you can get 30gb + unlimited call & texts for £10pm with Smarty Mobile and …you can get 30gb + unlimited call & texts for £10pm with Smarty Mobile and is only on a 1 month rolling contract, so no long lock-in or credit checks (as you pay in advance). (NB Smarty is owned by and uses Three's network, so check coverage) .


I looked at this but unfortunately I'm with 3 and dont get 3 or 4 g indoors. But every other network you do. So was moving away from 3
If it was 12 month i would go for this but i don't like long contracts.
Just over a few weeks now, virgin Mobile signal and speeds have dramatically decreased almost all over Birmingham some spots no coverage at all or next to nuffin'.

I use to get full bars 4g reception at home indoors and outdoors. With speeds of 50mbs download & about 37mbs upload, no probs whatsoever. Now it's just H+ that's it & 1-2mbs up&down at at home inside or outside .

So seems like Virgin Media is no longer USING THE EE NETWORK.

I am absolutely pissed off ATM!
Edited by: "xZEDx" 9th Jun
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