Virgin Media 100mb broadband TV & phone for £30pm x 12 months (including £20 activation fee) = £380
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Virgin Media 100mb broadband TV & phone for £30pm x 12 months (including £20 activation fee) = £380

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Found 6th Dec
£30 a month
for 12 months
Then £48 a month
12 month contract
£20.00 activation fee applies

Includes Virgin Phone line

Entertainment brought together, with superfast broadband.
The essential free to air channels and players, plus Netflix on your TV (Netflix subscription required)
500GB TiVo® box included – pause, rewind and record live TV
VIVID 100 – up to 100Mbps fibre with unlimited downloads
Inclusive weekend calls to UK landlines, Virgin Mobile numbers, plus inclusive weekend minutes to 0870 numbersϪ
Over 70 channels

Top comments

Edged8 h, 9 m ago

I'm 36 with unlimited phone.


I'm 40 and a broadbandoholic.

Feels good to get that off my chest
58 Comments

Don't forget cashback..

Original Poster

Yeah and £80 TCB

looks good

Great price, best I could get via retentions and on black Friday was 32 for this package including 6 months free bt sport

Is this for new customers only?

Original Poster

Yeah it’s new customers

Original Poster

umirza853 m ago

Great price, best I could get via retentions and on black Friday was 32 …Great price, best I could get via retentions and on black Friday was 32 for this package including 6 months free bt sport


I’ve ordered and will call them once installed and hopefully they will give me more channels

I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m currently with bt and have fibre, spoken to them as I’m moving this weekend, they can only provide copper speeds (which is pants for what I need). Spoke to virgin, they can’t offer me anything either as postcode isn’t recognised on their system. So basically I’m stuck with a poxy 9mb speeds or nothing at all 😩

villians19841 m ago

I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m cur …I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m currently with bt and have fibre, spoken to them as I’m moving this weekend, they can only provide copper speeds (which is pants for what I need). Spoke to virgin, they can’t offer me anything either as postcode isn’t recognised on their system. So basically I’m stuck with a poxy 9mb speeds or nothing at all 😩


Can't you get a good 4G mobile contract and tether?

Rob_Deeley-102090239008264 m ago

Can't you get a good 4G mobile contract and tether?


I’m with 3 with my phone and have a contract. My partner is also with 3. It seems I’m going to have to up her contract to unlimited data just so the kids can watch their Now TV and Netflix etc otherwise I’m stuck for tv for kids

vanbling22 m ago

Is this for new customers only?


If you aren’t in a contract or if you are still in the cancellation period of the recent price rises cancel get a call gave in a couple of days, make sure they can call you, and you can get 100Mb BB only for £22 and 200 for £27 don’t know about the phone packages as we don’t have it.

villians198447 m ago

I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m cur …I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m currently with bt and have fibre, spoken to them as I’m moving this weekend, they can only provide copper speeds (which is pants for what I need). Spoke to virgin, they can’t offer me anything either as postcode isn’t recognised on their system. So basically I’m stuck with a poxy 9mb speeds or nothing at all 😩


You’re lucky. We moved in to a new build, same situation, 3 years ago, we’ve still got just over 4mb speeds, some of the best on our estate. Developers haven’t allowed Virgin on and estate is not yet adopted by the council. Openreach are a bag of balls too, no plans to install fibre.

I'm 36 with unlimited phone.

villians19841 h, 49 m ago

I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m cur …I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m currently with bt and have fibre, spoken to them as I’m moving this weekend, they can only provide copper speeds (which is pants for what I need). Spoke to virgin, they can’t offer me anything either as postcode isn’t recognised on their system. So basically I’m stuck with a poxy 9mb speeds or nothing at all 😩


You should get everyone in your building to email hyperoptic !!! They do 1gigabit download super fast broadband and mainly in new builds. Took us 1 year of having 2mb internet speeds and now I’ve got fastest internet ever!!!

eslick2 h, 0 m ago

If you aren’t in a contract or if you are still in the cancellation period …If you aren’t in a contract or if you are still in the cancellation period of the recent price rises cancel get a call gave in a couple of days, make sure they can call you, and you can get 100Mb BB only for £22 and 200 for £27 don’t know about the phone packages as we don’t have it.


How full-proof is your method though? If I cancel my new deal under the cancellation period, and I don't get a call back, I'm without Internet, and might miss the deal here. How do you know they do this for everyone? Or are you speaking with inside knowledge? (a whistle blower so to speak).

kristoff18751 h, 49 m ago

You’re lucky. We moved in to a new build, same situation, 3 years ago, w …You’re lucky. We moved in to a new build, same situation, 3 years ago, we’ve still got just over 4mb speeds, some of the best on our estate. Developers haven’t allowed Virgin on and estate is not yet adopted by the council. Openreach are a bag of balls too, no plans to install fibre.


We are in the 3% bracket of the population apparently. 97% should by the end of 2017 apparently have fibre installed, nearest cabinet away is quite a bit so I’m told. Best thing to do is just use 4G for now and hope they sort it out

Dekard9744 m ago

How full-proof is your method though? If I cancel my new deal under the …How full-proof is your method though? If I cancel my new deal under the cancellation period, and I don't get a call back, I'm without Internet, and might miss the deal here. How do you know they do this for everyone? Or are you speaking with inside knowledge? (a whistle blower so to speak).


If you arrange to cancel, they always doing you back. We do it ever year. Its the only way to get a decent discount

villians19844 h, 59 m ago

I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m cur …I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m currently with bt and have fibre, spoken to them as I’m moving this weekend, they can only provide copper speeds (which is pants for what I need). Spoke to virgin, they can’t offer me anything either as postcode isn’t recognised on their system. So basically I’m stuck with a poxy 9mb speeds or nothing at all 😩


if yer lucky

Good deal especially with cashback. Heat added.

Good offer

Unless you plan on staying with virgin forever you need to consider the £60 line activation fee you'll need to pay when you switch. I couldn't get a good retention deal when I left virgin after 12 months so when I had to reactivate my BT line I had to pay, essentially making my virgin contract £5 a month more.

vanbling8 h, 5 m ago

Is this for new customers only?


If you're not a new customer you should be able to get a much better deal. I'm on 200mb for £29 with VM. That's without the TV, but I never used it in these days of Netflix, Now TV, Freesat & Prime.
Edited by: "ScroopEgerton" 7th Dec

I’ve managed to get same deal for £28 with first 2 months free (retention),after I cancelled my 50mp £23 Offer yesterday

How long to normally wait for call back? I cancelled day before yesterday

kakar1258 h, 44 m ago

I’ve ordered and will call them once installed and hopefully they will g …I’ve ordered and will call them once installed and hopefully they will give me more channels


Doubt that... should have asked for the free 6 months bt sport before signing. They have no reason to offer it once signed. There were other offers also....3 months Netflix, or 12 months btsport for £6/month.
Edited by: "umirza85" 7th Dec

villians19846 h, 26 m ago

We are in the 3% bracket of the population apparently. 97% should by the …We are in the 3% bracket of the population apparently. 97% should by the end of 2017 apparently have fibre installed, nearest cabinet away is quite a bit so I’m told. Best thing to do is just use 4G for now and hope they sort it out


You can check your fibre status by googling “Openreach fibre checker”, we aren’t in the rollout for end of 2019 schedule 👎🏻

Edged8 h, 9 m ago

I'm 36 with unlimited phone.


I'm 40 and a broadbandoholic.

Feels good to get that off my chest

I am paying £50 for just broadband (the cheapest option with 60Mb and with a 4 year old router)

Called them and they say tough luck

Can I cancel and get my husband a contract ?

Dekard977 h, 4 m ago

How full-proof is your method though? If I cancel my new deal under the …How full-proof is your method though? If I cancel my new deal under the cancellation period, and I don't get a call back, I'm without Internet, and might miss the deal here. How do you know they do this for everyone? Or are you speaking with inside knowledge? (a whistle blower so to speak).


Of course that’s a risk but cancelling doesn’t mean you have to leave. This is for new customers so officially you shouldn’t get it though I think you can be classed as a new customer now straight away with virgin but not sure. The retention team from what I was told should call everyone back but the key is your marketing preferences been set up correctly. We have been with them for about 5 years and each price rise we got a calll back but watch now next year we won’t get one.

That's insane.
Shame VM don't supply my house, they've always been best for price and product in my previous homes.

villians198411 h, 5 m ago

I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m cur …I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m currently with bt and have fibre, spoken to them as I’m moving this weekend, they can only provide copper speeds (which is pants for what I need). Spoke to virgin, they can’t offer me anything either as postcode isn’t recognised on their system. So basically I’m stuck with a poxy 9mb speeds or nothing at all 😩


Speak to their new build team specifically and not usual team. Most builders have tie up with Virginia if in the area. All about it from builders office, usually they have 6m free option earlier some got a year free too plus free installation and usual offers extra. Virgini have a separate new build team.

I was in similar situation as usual Virginmedia chaps said no connection and same online. But got Virginmedia connection via new build team with others via builder. BT was giving 1mbps guaranteed with Max 2mbps connection!! But can get upto 210mbps on phone via WiFi on Virginmedia sometimes. Usually about 100mbps though
Edited by: "bubblesmoney" 7th Dec

Dekard978 h, 48 m ago

How full-proof is your method though? If I cancel my new deal under the …How full-proof is your method though? If I cancel my new deal under the cancellation period, and I don't get a call back, I'm without Internet, and might miss the deal here. How do you know they do this for everyone? Or are you speaking with inside knowledge? (a whistle blower so to speak).


You can cancel and take another connection. That's what I did a year ago but war without connection for a couple of weeks while I decided what to do.

kristoff18752 h, 8 m ago

You can check your fibre status by googling “Openreach fibre checker”, we a …You can check your fibre status by googling “Openreach fibre checker”, we aren’t in the rollout for end of 2019 schedule 👎🏻



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Nothing planned as of yet

bubblesmoney1 h, 58 m ago

You can cancel and take another connection. That's what I did a year ago …You can cancel and take another connection. That's what I did a year ago but war without connection for a couple of weeks while I decided what to do.


Hi I'm at the end of my contract and was offered a crap deal to stay and I too have handed in my 28/30 day notice to cancel I'm the hope they call me back and offer a better deal. If they don't do I need to wait for my deal to end before I can use the wife's details to get a deal as a new customer?

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get £50 off as well if you get a current customer to recommend you. they also get £50 credit!

mess08047 h, 34 m ago

I am paying £50 for just broadband (the cheapest option with 60Mb and …I am paying £50 for just broadband (the cheapest option with 60Mb and with a 4 year old router)Called them and they say tough luck Can I cancel and get my husband a contract ?


£50 for 60Mb?

We’re at £10 less for 200Mbps + Phone + Caller ID

villians198421 h, 53 m ago

I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m cur …I’m moving into a new build house (where they are still building). I’m currently with bt and have fibre, spoken to them as I’m moving this weekend, they can only provide copper speeds (which is pants for what I need). Spoke to virgin, they can’t offer me anything either as postcode isn’t recognised on their system. So basically I’m stuck with a poxy 9mb speeds or nothing at all 😩

homeandbusiness.openreach.co.uk/fib…bre

jackie_chan51 m ago

https://www.homeandbusiness.openreach.co.uk/fibre-broadband/when-can-i-get-fibre


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Already looked mate. Got nothing coming up. They’ve literally threw them up and still building. Even spoke with the site manager and he says only speeds I’d get is copper. Gona be one of those long winded ones I can see it
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