Virgin Media Full House Bundle - £55 a month for 12 months then £76 a month 12 month contract £14.99 activation fee + £220 Quidco cashback
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Virgin Media Full House Bundle - £55 a month for 12 months then £76 a month 12 month contract £14.99 activation fee + £220 Quidco cashback

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Found 27th Mar 2017
Quidco are currently offering £220 on the Full House Bundle (plus others), which would bring this down to £36.66 equivalent per month for the year. You get a ton of stuff plus the latest Virgin TV V6 box that will record 6 channels at once.

Includes our new Virgin TV V6 box
Full House TV VIVID 200 Broadband Talk Weekends
Entertainment and speed to keep the fullest house happy.
All the Disney channels, all the BT Sport channels in HD and Nat Geo Wild in HD
Catch Up and Box Sets – plus Netflix on TV (if you subscribe)
The new Virgin TV V6 box – our smallest, smartest, fastest box yet
VIVID 200 – up to 200Mbps with unlimited downloads
Inclusive unlimited weekend calls to UK landlines and Virgin Mobile numbers, plus weekend calls to 0870 numbersϪ
245+ channels (up to 50 in HD)
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happy to refer people for an additional £50 off if anyone wants.
Quidco have been so bad for me recently for not paying out that I'd be very cautious relaying on such a big cash back amount.
You've quoted the Full House price but the post details the more expensive VIP bundle
virginmedia.com/sho…tml
This is the VIP Bundle
I'd advise anyone to check out the feedback on V.M social media pages first... Where some people may have a reliable service, the majority do not as many areas are over utilised... Massive outages ate peak times, weekends and even when you do get the BB service speeds you are paying for, you still get drop offs and frequent buffering..... Add the totally dire Customer Service to the mix with reps who blatantly lie (even the techs say they are lying) just to fob you off... Not worth it.... Paying a large sum of money for a massive headache....
its VM you would be better off with two plastic cups and a piece of string!
FamilyGuy67

This is the VIP Bundle



Oops, sorry. I've updated the post thanks for pointing that out.

Would like to know where else you could get an equivalent deal for £36.66 a month, i doubt anyone can. I think its unbeatable.
Edited by: "anthony69" 27th Mar 2017
anthony69

Oops, sorry. I've updated the post thanks for pointing that out.Would … Oops, sorry. I've updated the post thanks for pointing that out.Would like to know where else you could get an equivalent deal for £36.66 a month. I think its unbeatable.


It isn't £36.66.
Cashback deals should not be included in the final price. Cashback is never guaranteed, unless you want to guarantee it personally
Edited by: "Steveyorkie" 27th Mar 2017
Shame its only for new customers, good price and the broadband I get is always around 200 mb. Don't rely on Quidco paying out they will find some way of not paying.
Edited by: "jpieter" 27th Mar 2017
Jenn101

I'd advise anyone to check out the feedback on V.M social media pages … I'd advise anyone to check out the feedback on V.M social media pages first... Where some people may have a reliable service, the majority do not as many areas are over utilised... Massive outages ate peak times, weekends and even when you do get the BB service speeds you are paying for, you still get drop offs and frequent buffering..... Add the totally dire Customer Service to the mix with reps who blatantly lie (even the techs say they are lying) just to fob you off... Not worth it.... Paying a large sum of money for a massive headache....




17 years with them (well Blueyonder) and half a dozen or so addresses.
I can count on one hand my BB downtime

http://www.speedtest.net/result/6166072215.png
Jenn101

I'd advise anyone to check out the feedback on V.M social media pages … I'd advise anyone to check out the feedback on V.M social media pages first... Where some people may have a reliable service, the majority do not as many areas are over utilised... Massive outages ate peak times, weekends and even when you do get the BB service speeds you are paying for, you still get drop offs and frequent buffering..... Add the totally dire Customer Service to the mix with reps who blatantly lie (even the techs say they are lying) just to fob you off... Not worth it.... Paying a large sum of money for a massive headache....



​using mobile data while waiting for virgin to fix our Internet. More off than on. On demand is a pain too.
custardy

17 years with them (well Blueyonder) and half a dozen or so addresses.I … 17 years with them (well Blueyonder) and half a dozen or so addresses.I can count on one hand my BB downtime



10 years with em...and I can count my downtime in days with a big multi pack of Cadburys fingers
If virgin give you a bad service then please tell me you gives you a good service?? Talktalk? haha

If your looking on any providers forum pages you are only going to see the bad stuff and not good stuff.

In my experience (used to work at BT) virgin give a much better broadband service then anyone else and a lot quicker
krishna18388

happy to refer people for an additional £50 off if anyone wants.


Me too. Second in line after Krishna if anyone interested
My broadband is down at least 3 times a day. Their super hubs are useless, I get a better reception from my neighbours BT hub. Doing any big downloads kills the connection as well.
custardy

17 years with them (well Blueyonder) and half a dozen or so addresses.I … 17 years with them (well Blueyonder) and half a dozen or so addresses.I can count on one hand my BB downtime



Same here. Absolutely no issues with speed for me either. Rock solid at all times and usually over 200 mb
Switched 2 months ago to this deal and it's been fine, I used the TCB "Highest Cashback Guarentee" and received £231 cash back payout last week.
I have been with VM since 2011 and have called them on lyrics twice. Perhaps depending on the area?
dinosteveus

It isn't £36.66.Cashback deals should not be included in the final … It isn't £36.66.Cashback deals should not be included in the final price. Cashback is never guaranteed, unless you want to guarantee it personally



No, but they shouldn't be dismissed either
Jenn101

I'd advise anyone to check out the feedback on V.M social media pages … I'd advise anyone to check out the feedback on V.M social media pages first... Where some people may have a reliable service, the majority do not as many areas are over utilised... Massive outages ate peak times, weekends and even when you do get the BB service speeds you are paying for, you still get drop offs and frequent buffering..... Add the totally dire Customer Service to the mix with reps who blatantly lie (even the techs say they are lying) just to fob you off... Not worth it.... Paying a large sum of money for a massive headache....


Got to agree with these comments, had Virgin's up to 200mbs for a year and it was really **** poor, nowhere near advertised or the speeds I was told when purchasing. High utilisation just killed it for me, Fobbed off for a year about them improving it, complete garbage for me. The only thing that made it slightly bearable was the accounts credits but even that was a pain having to ring up every month them some numpty basically talking crap.
Glad I left them
Watch with the speed test as they use specific ports so VM know exactly when they are run and no doubt let the traffic flow fast.
Joemobro

Watch with the speed test as they use specific ports so VM know exactly … Watch with the speed test as they use specific ports so VM know exactly when they are run and no doubt let the traffic flow fast.



Rubbish. Most of the tests use the standard http ports. I suppose you have some links to back up this theory?. Im guessing not.

Clearly a disgruntled ex Virgin customer, or possibly frustrated you cant get Virgin where you are?.

Edited by: "anthony69" 28th Mar 2017
anthony69

Rubbish. Most of the tests use the standard http ports. I suppose you … Rubbish. Most of the tests use the standard http ports. I suppose you have some links to back up this theory?. Im guessing not.Clearly a disgruntled ex Virgin customer, or possibly frustrated you cant get Virgin where you are?.


Yes, standard ports than can let the traffic flow. Where's the evidence they don't? Search Google for speed test manipulation. If they can block a torrent site I'm sure they can manipulate a speed test. I get 200meg apparently that stops when it feels like it - several times a day and their super hubs are crap. Even my catch-up TV buffers like 2001.
Edited by: "Joemobro" 29th Mar 2017
mmurdoch

Got to agree with these comments, had Virgin's up to 200mbs for a year … Got to agree with these comments, had Virgin's up to 200mbs for a year and it was really **** poor, nowhere near advertised or the speeds I was told when purchasing. High utilisation just killed it for me, Fobbed off for a year about them improving it, complete garbage for me. The only thing that made it slightly bearable was the accounts credits but even that was a pain having to ring up every month them some numpty basically talking crap.Glad I left them


For 5 days we're had no catch up or on demand services, the internet drops off repeatedly.... After trying to get a Tech booked we had lies from V.M saying our area had been upgraded (fix the over utilisation problem), yet the techs have told me it was supposed to be done in Feb but it's nowhere near even being looked at....... The V.M call centre said they could not help me and to call back again tomorrow, they said they'd get a Manager to call me, literally peed myself laughing as that is the typical fobb off reply which made me extremely IRATE..... Explained that I knew about the fake claims of management calls and got empty promises... No call from V.M over 2 days... Only response now is to keep checking the service updates - our problems are not even on there........... For the people that have the service and have had no problems - well done, but for those who get problems it's never ending... So just pray your service remains stable or not too many others take up the service in your area!
Joemobro

Yes, standard ports than can let the traffic flow. Where's the evidence … Yes, standard ports than can let the traffic flow. Where's the evidence they don't? Search Google for speed test manipulation. If they can block a torrent site I'm sure they can manipulate a speed test. I get 200meg apparently that stops when it feels like it - several times a day and their super hubs are crap. Even my catch-up TV buffers like 2001.


Yes, I've been saying that, odd how a teck can turn up and the problems are solved when they run a test on their mobile device... then leave and the problems are back... Exactly the same with the call centres too, run the tests while on the phone then 5 mins later it's bust.... Regardless of the 221meg, 9 ping and 12 upload, you can't even watch a youtube vid without constant buffering... with SKY on between 20-25meg we had zero problems, the numbers do not matter to me as long as we have a constant reliable service, you don't get that with Vermin Media, just get big numbers, faults and lots of lies.
Changed from Sky to Virgin 3 years ago, I'd never go back, our Broadband is amazing!! the box is slightly clunky compared to Sky but now I much prefer it especially the new V6 box..customer service too has been brilliant! had 2 problems with Superhub 3 but had an engineer in 2 days and now all sorted!
Try being with Sky in the middle of a city centre with 2.5MB with a service that constantly drops out.

I think if you have a problem with your service you are pretty screwed whoever you are with.
Whether people like virgin or not this is still a really good deal. Heat!!
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