Virgin Mobile SIM ONLY 12months £16 30GB 2500 Unlim Text
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Virgin Mobile SIM ONLY 12months £16 30GB 2500 Unlim Text

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X3 data probs the best deal yet for some as its only a pound more than last offer and you get 6gb extra which was on for £15 24gb

Lets not forget you get free data to use WhatsApp, Twitter and Facebook plus you get wifi hotspots in quite a few places

Oh and if your. VM customer you get free virgin to virgin calls and text landline or mobile
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Ive been on virgin for about 4 months now on 100gb for £20 deal, ive had no issues and the coverage and internet speed is much better than o2 who couldnt supply 4g fast enough to view my cctv. Only down fall if you call customer service theyre terrible cant understand you.
Forgot to mention dont know if its just me or everyone but even if you use your data you still get the full amount rolled over so you actually get double. Theyve been rolling over 100gb for me even though i used 40gb i get 200gb per month
Edited by: "Mark_Hickman" 1st Aug
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Any cashbacks peeps?
Ive been on virgin for about 4 months now on 100gb for £20 deal, ive had no issues and the coverage and internet speed is much better than o2 who couldnt supply 4g fast enough to view my cctv. Only down fall if you call customer service theyre terrible cant understand you.
Forgot to mention dont know if its just me or everyone but even if you use your data you still get the full amount rolled over so you actually get double. Theyve been rolling over 100gb for me even though i used 40gb i get 200gb per month
Edited by: "Mark_Hickman" 1st Aug
Good deal. Voted hot. Free data is Facebook messenger. Not Facebook.
shaildyp13 h, 10 m ago

Any cashbacks peeps?


Quidco showing the July offers. Personally I’d wait fir them to change. May be a day or 2. £18 simo was £40 cb. So could be similar and not to be sniffed at.
Mark_Hickman6 h, 3 m ago

Ive been on virgin for about 4 months now on 100gb for £20 deal, ive had …Ive been on virgin for about 4 months now on 100gb for £20 deal, ive had no issues and the coverage and internet speed is much better than o2 who couldnt supply 4g fast enough to view my cctv. Only down fall if you call customer service theyre terrible cant understand you.Forgot to mention dont know if its just me or everyone but even if you use your data you still get the full amount rolled over so you actually get double. Theyve been rolling over 100gb for me even though i used 40gb i get 200gb per month


It may indeed be just you. I have the 24GB offer for £15 which is a triple data offering on the normal 8GB. When mine rolls over I get the extra 8GB not 24. Or maybe that's just me!
Edited by: "dan_dare" 1st Aug
dan_dare1 m ago

It may indeed be just you. I have the 24GB offer for £15 which is a triple …It may indeed be just you. I have the 24GB offer for £15 which is a triple data offeeling on the normal 8GB. When mine rolls over I get the extra 8GB not 24. Or maybe that's just me!


Yes but mines not a triple offering so if you get the normal sim deals should get double data but im not guarenteeing it lol
I'm very happy with Virgin so far after moving to them 3 months ago. I'm pretty sure that currently they only support 3G abroad. I think the article said they planned 4G to be rolled out by December.
I got a deal from Three 100gb 30gb hotspot and unlimited min with go binge for £15.. Virgin customer service is terrible and very rude. I find the Three a better deal and also virgin cnt guarantee tethering
d0n1233 h, 23 m ago

I got a deal from Three 100gb 30gb hotspot and unlimited min with go binge …I got a deal from Three 100gb 30gb hotspot and unlimited min with go binge for £15.. Virgin customer service is terrible and very rude. I find the Three a better deal and also virgin cnt guarantee tethering


You can get this but I can't. This deal is actually available to the masses.
I hate that good deals require a 12month contract, what if say you lose your phone, it breaks so you need to buy a new one wasting
I'll think I'll stick with Voxi it's got better pricing and you can cancel anytime, it's still Virgin media
Norseg7 h, 25 m ago

I hate that good deals require a 12month contract, what if say you lose …I hate that good deals require a 12month contract, what if say you lose your phone, it breaks so you need to buy a new one wasting I'll think I'll stick with Voxi it's got better pricing and you can cancel anytime, it's still Virgin media


Call customer service they send a replacement SIM card and block lost/stolen sim.
A note to any existing Virgin customers mid contract and interested in one of these deals. I was 8 months in to a 12 month contract and paying way over the odds in comparison to this. Called their support line this morning and got my plan switched for free (no cancellation charge or early termination) to the £16 pm offer, now I have 30GB of data to keep me busy.
Mark_Hickman1st Aug

Ive been on virgin for about 4 months now on 100gb for £20 deal, ive had …Ive been on virgin for about 4 months now on 100gb for £20 deal, ive had no issues and the coverage and internet speed is much better than o2 who couldnt supply 4g fast enough to view my cctv. Only down fall if you call customer service theyre terrible cant understand you.Forgot to mention dont know if its just me or everyone but even if you use your data you still get the full amount rolled over so you actually get double. Theyve been rolling over 100gb for me even though i used 40gb i get 200gb per month


It's because you use up your rolled over data for the previous month first so your data for the current month goes unused and it gets added to the next month and so on. I hope that makes sense.
ninp18 m ago

It's because you use up your rolled over data for the previous month first …It's because you use up your rolled over data for the previous month first so your data for the current month goes unused and it gets added to the next month and so on. I hope that makes sense.


Yes that makes sense, but im suprised they do that most of the time your getting screwed over by companies
4g roaming in EU does not work with the new sims, 3g only. This obviously is not widely advertised.
I am already with virgin, could I just call 2 swap over to this deal?
Virgin is really bad at customer service
m_cozzy1 h, 27 m ago

4g roaming in EU does not work with the new sims, 3g only. This obviously …4g roaming in EU does not work with the new sims, 3g only. This obviously is not widely advertised.



Virgin 4G barely works for me in central London. This obviously is not widely advertised. Red sim and then purple. Both really crawl, even with a strong 4G signal.
Norseg14 h, 7 m ago

I hate that good deals require a 12month contract, what if say you lose …I hate that good deals require a 12month contract, what if say you lose your phone, it breaks so you need to buy a new one wasting I'll think I'll stick with Voxi it's got better pricing and you can cancel anytime, it's still Virgin media


Voxi is Vodafone not VM
Mark_Hickman1st Aug

Ive been on virgin for about 4 months now on 100gb for £20 deal, ive had …Ive been on virgin for about 4 months now on 100gb for £20 deal, ive had no issues and the coverage and internet speed is much better than o2 who couldnt supply 4g fast enough to view my cctv. Only down fall if you call customer service theyre terrible cant understand you.Forgot to mention dont know if its just me or everyone but even if you use your data you still get the full amount rolled over so you actually get double. Theyve been rolling over 100gb for me even though i used 40gb i get 200gb per month


Same here I get double data rolled over.
obwan20146 h, 12 m ago

Virgin 4G barely works for me in central London. This obviously is not …Virgin 4G barely works for me in central London. This obviously is not widely advertised. Red sim and then purple. Both really crawl, even with a strong 4G signal.


So is it the same with EE ? My virgin is fast 40-50mbps all around the midlands only used to get 17ish on o2 in a good area
Mark_Hickman1st Aug

Ive been on virgin for about 4 months now on 100gb for £20 deal, ive had …Ive been on virgin for about 4 months now on 100gb for £20 deal, ive had no issues and the coverage and internet speed is much better than o2 who couldnt supply 4g fast enough to view my cctv. Only down fall if you call customer service theyre terrible cant understand you.Forgot to mention dont know if its just me or everyone but even if you use your data you still get the full amount rolled over so you actually get double. Theyve been rolling over 100gb for me even though i used 40gb i get 200gb per month


Same with me, I get my full 20gb rolled over, so 40gb a month
I took up their 45GB for £18 offer in
May. I have so much data I don’t even need to use my WiFi at home. You can never have too much data though!
iGlad5 h, 26 m ago

I took up their 45GB for £18 offer inMay. I have so much data I don’t even …I took up their 45GB for £18 offer inMay. I have so much data I don’t even need to use my WiFi at home. You can never have too much data though!


Same here i leave my wifi off at all times now and when i went on holiday i tethered to 3 people all week and virgin never said a thing
iGlad5 h, 56 m ago

I took up their 45GB for £18 offer inMay. I have so much data I don’t even …I took up their 45GB for £18 offer inMay. I have so much data I don’t even need to use my WiFi at home. You can never have too much data though!


Using WiFi won't drain your battery as much.

But I agree with your point. I've now got rid of my home fibre and just use 4G instead, through a WiFi hot-spot. Works a treat and I can take it on holiday with me too.

I wonder though, if VM are going 100GB of 4G data for £20, then surely people will start cancelling their piped broadband.
kalico3rd Aug

Using WiFi won't drain your battery as much.But I agree with your point. …Using WiFi won't drain your battery as much.But I agree with your point. I've now got rid of my home fibre and just use 4G instead, through a WiFi hot-spot. Works a treat and I can take it on holiday with me too.I wonder though, if VM are going 100GB of 4G data for £20, then surely people will start cancelling their piped broadband.


I won’t be cancelling my broadband yet as I have Netflix Amazon Prime streaming through my TV and PS4.
DrPretzel2nd Aug

Same with me, I get my full 20gb rolled over, so 40gb a month


When mine rolls over I have 66GB each month on a 45GB contract.
kalico3rd Aug

Using WiFi won't drain your battery as much.But I agree with your point. …Using WiFi won't drain your battery as much.But I agree with your point. I've now got rid of my home fibre and just use 4G instead, through a WiFi hot-spot. Works a treat and I can take it on holiday with me too.I wonder though, if VM are going 100GB of 4G data for £20, then surely people will start cancelling their piped broadband.



The capacity isn't there, if enough people did that it would just grind to a halt, same reason you can be in a busy location have supposedly really good signal yet the data speeds are in the toilet (if it works at all).

It's probably ok if you a light user but if you use the internet a lot or are a gamer you'd probably still want the fixed line.
rehmanfarid_112nd Aug

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Mine tracked at £15 instead of £31. Any reason why?
Fahd_Palekar4 m ago

Mine tracked at £15 instead of £31. Any reason why?


Mine tracked at £15 as well. I think we have to wait till cooling of period is finished with virgin mobile. And if it doesn’t tracked after that period then we should contact Quidco.
Edited by: "rehmanfarid_11" 14th Aug
rehmanfarid_117 m ago

Mine tracked at £15 as well. I think we have to wait till cooling of …Mine tracked at £15 as well. I think we have to wait till cooling of period is finished with virgin mobile. And if it doesn’t tracked after that period then we should contact Quidco.


How long is the cooling off period?
Fahd_Palekar1 m ago

How long is the cooling off period?


I think it’s between 15-30 days. Depends on network.
Cool. Will keep an eye. Thanks
Can’t see anything about data rolling over on their website? Can anyone confirm if that is the case, or is it just for people on old contracts?
Scrap that, I’ve just found that it in fact does roll over data.

The 100GB tariff for £20 p/month seems like better value. Considering you can get £50 cash back through TopCashback
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