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Virgin Media m100 fibre Broadband £10pm via Money Super Market - Total: £120.00 (Plus £50 Amazon Voucher)
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Virgin Media m100 fibre Broadband £10pm via Money Super Market - Total: £120.00 (Plus £50 Amazon Voucher)

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Posted 1st Apr

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

It says £24.00 a month on Moneysupermarket's Website, but when you click through it becomes £10.00 a month for the first 12 months.

Costs Breakdown
Monthly costs £10.00 p/m
Contract length 12 Months
Setup costs: £0.00
Free Delivery: £0.00
Total contract cost: £120.00

Also a £50 Amazon voucher after 100 days.

Someone definitely messed up with the pricing. Worth a try?


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OK so here is how I got this contract honoured via phone.

The staff know about it, there's no fuss, just explain that you bought the money supermarket package broadband for £10 per month, you received an order confirmation of that amount, then some time later you received a contract with £42 per month.

I've gone through this phone process three times now to confirm it will get through their call system to an advisor.

call 0345 454 1111 and select:

Option 1 for broadband ( It may then ask you to confirm your post code if you're calling from the phone you entered during sign up. Press 1 to confirm the postcode is correct).

Then selection option 2.

Then option 4 (changes to package)

Then option 4 (thinking of leaving)

Then option 2 (Any other reason for leaving)

Then the system will ask for telephone password, which most of us have not set up yet, so we can get around this by entering random characters when it asks for 3 of them, and will state they are incorrect. It will ask us a second time for three characters. Entering them incorrectly again here will then forward you to AN ACTUAL PERSON!

Expect to be on hold for 20+ minutes, so slap the phone on the side and make a cup of tea. You'll get to listen to most of Justin Bieber's albums while you wait, but will get answered eventually.

20 minutes later my £10 per month subscription was confirmed via email via a new contract.

@Dan If you could also pin this I'm sure it will help.
Edited by: "Flaminguy" 6th Apr
+1 for the Philippines number (08000521734 option 3)!


About 9 minutes on phone (1st time, ordered Wednesday 1st, arrived/self installed Saturday 4th) & should be sorted in 24 to 48 hours. I have the call recorded. Did not ask for a text - asked for & promised an email.

Cheers everyone!
dogsballs01/04/2020 17:12

nothing could entice me back to virgin


A few months with TalkTalk would do the trick.....
For new customers only. We had around a month left so I cancelled and rejoined using wife's name.

30 days notice, so it worked perfectly for us. That's if they honour it.
Edited by: "jdw2013" 1st Apr
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Is this for new customers only or existing too?
Amazing deal
Fantastic Deal. Works out at £5.83 per month if you take into account the Amazon voucher
Edited by: "happymanuk" 1st Apr
For new customers only. We had around a month left so I cancelled and rejoined using wife's name.

30 days notice, so it worked perfectly for us. That's if they honour it.
Edited by: "jdw2013" 1st Apr
Good deal
How's this work with home phone? Can you add it?
Miss to the price
Damn. Can’t get it at my house. Currently wfh on my phone
How would this work for current customers who have just agreed a new contract.... Cooling off period potentially help?
I’m confused on how existing customers out of contract are able to get new customer deals. Doesn’t the engineer notice that you’re already with Virgin when they come over?
Is hard to get a Virgin engineer to come to your house and setup everything these days...
Cheapest it shows £24 per month
this is mega cheap for Virgin Fibre
Great deal. Just set yourself a reminder to cancel before it expires... that £42 a month after would sting!
thanks mate... you made my day.... I was just looking and just going to deal with BT £27.99 and I see your post and I am very happy ..... thanks a lot ...
godphilla8401/04/2020 16:55

How's this work with home phone? Can you add it?


Same question for me too, can you add weekends calls in checkout option? Someone going through checkout can confirm this is an optional extra?
Edited by: "jayman1986" 1st Apr
Fantastic price, wish i wasn't already in a contract with them so i could take advantage
jjake01/04/2020 17:08

thanks mate... you made my day.... I was just looking and just going to …thanks mate... you made my day.... I was just looking and just going to deal with BT £27.99 and I see your post and I am very happy ..... thanks a lot ...


No worries, let's hope they won't email and say it's a misprice.
IkkyPatel01/04/2020 17:04

Cheapest it shows £24 per month


You are wrong, you need to put an email addy into the first screen detailing the Amazon voucher then press continue..

PS Has to be a misprice but wouldn't stop me going for it if I wasnt already with them on the ultimate oomph package...
Edited by: "POWER12345678" 1st Apr
nothing could entice me back to virgin
I did recieve an order confirmation from Virgin, also says £10 a month on it.

However it is the 1st of April so... 🤞
partlyvoxed01/04/2020 17:07

Great deal. Just set yourself a reminder to cancel before it expires... …Great deal. Just set yourself a reminder to cancel before it expires... that £42 a month after would sting!


Are they not supposed to notify you when your contract is ending now?
cheekyweegit01/04/2020 17:18

Are they not supposed to notify you when your contract is ending now?


True, they are. But I can see the notification getting "lost in the post" or "going to spam" to be honest. Some people call me a cynic for some reason...
cheekyweegit01/04/2020 17:18

Are they not supposed to notify you when your contract is ending now?


Good question? Or is roling contract?
Can anyone advise how this would work for current customers within cooling off period?
Kranky12301/04/2020 17:22

Can anyone advise how this would work for current customers within cooling …Can anyone advise how this would work for current customers within cooling off period?


Cancel your existing order then order this?
I reckon they'll honour the £12/month but no voucher (as they can say that was based on 24/month)
I understand if let's say you've had sky fibre (phone line) and you go virgin, after 12 months you want to go back, I think you have to pay BT for reconnection!
Brilliant deal, just checked my contract and it doesn’t expire till the 2nd July 😏
Edited by: "AndyWalker85" 1st Apr
Anyone who has taken this, can you add phone line to the package? Ive been far as the payment details but cannot see any option and dont want to go further without knowing. Thanks
jdw201301/04/2020 16:51

For new customers only. We had around a month left so I cancelled and …For new customers only. We had around a month left so I cancelled and rejoined using wife's name.30 days notice, so it worked perfectly for us. That's if they honour it.


How did you go about doing that process-wise? I have just today put in my 30 days notice as end of contract. Did you order at the end of the 30 days or straight away? Thanks for your help!
Undercuva01/04/2020 17:29

Anyone who has taken this, can you add phone line to the package? Ive been …Anyone who has taken this, can you add phone line to the package? Ive been far as the payment details but cannot see any option and dont want to go further without knowing. Thanks


I’m sure they will let you add one after, It’s more money for them at the end of the day
Edited by: "AndyWalker85" 1st Apr
stealth66601/04/2020 17:28

I understand if let's say you've had sky fibre (phone line) and you go …I understand if let's say you've had sky fibre (phone line) and you go virgin, after 12 months you want to go back, I think you have to pay BT for reconnection!


Yep, usually £60. Virgin wouldn't price match Vodafone for me, so I left and now I'll never go back because they're too expensive after 12 months.
Thx OP I've given this a shot
my plusnet fibre (Inc. Line) contract ends at the end of April.

After reading some of the comments above I'm wondering if I'll need to contact plusnet directly to cancel that service?
Edited by: "Savaholic" 1st Apr
Done thanks currently out of contract with them but in wifes name so taken up this in my name ...let's see how this plays out will they honour it
I've just signed up too. I'm a key worker who is at home for the 12 weeks and had been waiting and hoping to get home working equipment

One of the conditions was having a home internet connection with unlimited wifi.
I only have my phone with 7gb data which is no use for working full time from home .

I'm more that happy to pay £10 a month out my own pocket to help the nation.

So OP thank you and fingers crossed for my Saturday delivery.
Edited by: "cheekyweegit" 2nd Apr
Beware the hub. It’s awful. I can’t get WiFi in the bedroom... in a 1 bed flat
Sweet
dogsballs01/04/2020 17:12

nothing could entice me back to virgin


A few months with TalkTalk would do the trick.....
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