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Virgin Media Bigger Bundle Maxit TV Movies/200mb/Phone Line - £60pm x12 months + £35 install, FREE Nintendo Switch or £150 credit Term £755
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Virgin Media Bigger Bundle Maxit TV Movies/200mb/Phone Line - £60pm x12 months + £35 install, FREE Nintendo Switch or £150 credit Term £755

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Posted 16th MarEdited by:"Anon"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

New offer from Virgin Media today - Free Nintendo Switch or £150 account credit with selected bundle (other offers are available for other bundles).

Limited Edition Bigger Bundle plus Movies includes:
Maxit TV + Sky Cinema HD (most TV channels including BT Sport and Sky Cinema, not including Kids channels which are £5 extra, nor sport)
200mb broadband
Phone line including weekend calls

£60 per month, 12 month contract
£35 install fee

If you accept the account credit rather than Switch, it equates to £50.42 per month

£60*12=£720 plus install £35 = £755 minus £150 account credit = £570 (£50.42)

TopCashback and Quidco are currently £170 on this package (not guaranteed), so go through there first. If cashback pays out correctly your equivalent monthly cost will be:£36.25 per month

£60*12=£720 plus install £35 = £755 minus £150 account credit = £605 (£50.42)
- £170 = £435 divided by 12 = £36.25 per month.

Edit - if you wanted the Switch, according to their FAQs (virginmedia.com/sho…faq),

it is Nintendo Switch Console, 2 Joy-Con controllers, Nintendo Switch

dock, Joy-Con grip, AC adapter, HDMI cable and Joy-Con straps.


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Do you know if the tv is in 4k ultra hd like sky signature package?
This is not for the Bigger Bundle - its for the Plus Movies or Plus Sports or Plus Both i think.
Ibrahim_Hussain16/03/2020 09:39

This is not for the Bigger Bundle - its for the Plus Movies or Plus Sports …This is not for the Bigger Bundle - its for the Plus Movies or Plus Sports or Plus Both i think.


I know - that is why I have asked Mods to amend my title and is clear within my deal description.
No worries pal. Good find still.
£170 cash back via TopCashback as well
Says £79 a month on the page?
Jerec16/03/2020 10:49

Says £79 a month on the page?


Sorry, link amended.
Don't fall for it . this company is terrible , their contract exit fees are horrendous they like to trap new customers with this kind of 'Shiny' deals . Please have a look to all their user rating online first and you will see the real experience
Ralpho16/03/2020 11:09

Don't fall for it . this company is terrible , their contract exit fees …Don't fall for it . this company is terrible , their contract exit fees are horrendous they like to trap new customers with this kind of 'Shiny' deals . Please have a look to all their user rating online first and you will see the real experience



Thing is, they up their prices so often that you can actually bail out every time his happens, so you dont get locked in for long.
Ralpho16/03/2020 11:09

Don't fall for it . this company is terrible , their contract exit fees …Don't fall for it . this company is terrible , their contract exit fees are horrendous they like to trap new customers with this kind of 'Shiny' deals . Please have a look to all their user rating online first and you will see the real experience


Aren't all companies like that.. offering incentives? but exit fees are only payable if you want to leave early
jnorbury16/03/2020 09:57

£170 cash back via TopCashback as well


...which they will try not to pay out using any excuse available at their disposal
BS_Man16/03/2020 11:34

...which they will try not to pay out using any excuse available at their …...which they will try not to pay out using any excuse available at their disposal


They paid out for me last time with no problems and I had a free tablet from virgin
Can't get it where I am always had a good experience with virgin to be fair, they laid the cables in my street about 5 months ago, so with a bit of luck it will be ready to go live in about 18 months time 😁 will probably be just using 5g for everything by then lol, great deal though.
Ralpho16/03/2020 11:09

Don't fall for it . this company is terrible , their contract exit fees …Don't fall for it . this company is terrible , their contract exit fees are horrendous they like to trap new customers with this kind of 'Shiny' deals . Please have a look to all their user rating online first and you will see the real experience


Never had a problem with them, as soon as my deal finishes I go right back on the phone and get another.
Ralpho16/03/2020 11:09

Don't fall for it . this company is terrible , their contract exit fees …Don't fall for it . this company is terrible , their contract exit fees are horrendous they like to trap new customers with this kind of 'Shiny' deals . Please have a look to all their user rating online first and you will see the real experience


I fully agree but all providers of tv/phone/broadband services are rubbish especially when it comes to customer service and existing customers
All of the comments about increasing fees is true but I've found if you have a little patience and persistence in speaking to customer service (as frustrating as it can be)- normally they offer a good retention deal
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