Virgin mobile simo - 12 month simo 4g Unlimited data Unlimited text Unlimited mins  £25 per month
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Virgin mobile simo - 12 month simo 4g Unlimited data Unlimited text Unlimited mins £25 per month

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Found 21st Feb
From tomorrow. 22nd Feb 2018.

12 month simo
4g
Unlimited data
Unlimited text
Unlimited mins

£25 per month.

You CAN tether also.


Guaranteed will be available

Cable customers only. And top cash back available
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Edit. Cable customers only
NetsixAndChill21st Feb

Edit. Cable customers only


I presume this deal will have "No thethering" in the terms and conditions , even though people do still tether using similar Virgin mobile offers.
Heat !
YOU CAN TETHER
Just.Wondering1 m ago

I presume this deal will have "No thethering" in the terms and conditions …I presume this deal will have "No thethering" in the terms and conditions , even though people do still tether using similar Virgin mobile offers.


U can tether. This has been confirmed
Black Friday this was £20, yes I know it's no longer available but just saying it has been cheaper.
NetsixAndChill21st Feb

U can tether. This has been confirmed


Just because you say it's been confirmed it doesn't mean it's confirmed. No way will an unlimited data tarrif come with unlimited terhering
margamboy3 m ago

Black Friday this was £20, yes I know it's no longer available but just …Black Friday this was £20, yes I know it's no longer available but just saying it has been cheaper.


No tethering on the previous one
jb661 m ago

Just because you say it's been confirmed it doesn't mean it's confirmed. …Just because you say it's been confirmed it doesn't mean it's confirmed. No way will an unlimited data tarrif come with unlimited terhering


I'll tell my store manager to take the advert out the window then.
NetsixAndChill21st Feb

No tethering on the previous one



I do tethering all the time . £20 Black Friday contract ... with TCB £16
HSG16 m ago

I do tethering all the time . £20 Black Friday contract ... with TCB £16


Yh I checked the terms on the old one. Itnsays No tethering but they don't monitor too closely to be fair. This one is actually allowed lol
NetsixAndChill21st Feb

I'll tell my store manager to take the advert out the window then.


Yeah best he removes it if it says unlimited tethering
Are unlimited data contracts making a comeback then
Unlimited OK. What's the fair usage policy?
jb666 m ago

Yeah best he removes it if it says unlimited tethering


Been confirmed. Unlimited means unlimited in this.
NetsixAndChill21st Feb

There are non. Read through the ts cs and unlimited means unlimited on …There are non. Read through the ts cs and unlimited means unlimited on this one. Please don't assume.


I didn't assume, hence the original question. Would appreciate link to the t&c, thanks.
AndyRoyd2 m ago

I didn't assume, hence the original question. Would appreciate link to the …I didn't assume, hence the original question. Would appreciate link to the t&c, thanks.


The ts and cs should be available to the public on the virgin website as of tomorrow. Please check them out.
Got this Black Friday, £20. heat.

If you are low home broadband user who mainly browses dump the landline and get this & save yourself a fortune. Sky renewed my £9.50 Broadband at £10pm as I said I could get Voda Fibre for £20 or just use my VMob Unlimited data which gives me usually 25-35MBPS.

Unlimited mobile data is the new broadband cancellation renegotation tool, some money incoming is better than no money for telcos, if you say you are going mobile data not changing landline/Broadband provider just giving cancellation it gives them a incentive to keep you at better than the competitions offers, just tell them what’s the best offer under X or I’m going to use my current unlimited/100GB mobile data remember they can see your usage on Unlimited so don’t lie you don’t stream crap loads when you do, keep it real, honest and renegotiate that you are already paying your mobile network for unlimited data so cheap as or termination notice.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 22nd Feb
AndyRoyd57 m ago

Unlimited OK. What's the fair usage policy?


Guessing its the same as the Black Friday deal one which the FUP was 2048GB per month, my guess is you would need to hit or go over this on a regular basis before they noticed if using a Mobile, if Tethering to these amounts , no doubt they will pick it up a lot sooner.
Thats not the good deal
HSG12 h, 54 m ago

I do tethering all the time . £20 Black Friday contract ... with TCB £16


Now they know, they will block you 😁
sam_of_london12 m ago

Now they know, they will block you 😁


I tether without issues and I am on 40gb sim only plan

I normally say to people
Officially No
Unofficially Yes
Edited by: "anonymous..." 21st Feb
sam_of_london29 m ago

Now they know, they will block you 😁



Let em try.. I have their cc call on record saying it’s ok to tether
NetsixAndChill21st Feb

Yh I checked the terms on the old one. Itnsays No tethering but they …Yh I checked the terms on the old one. Itnsays No tethering but they don't monitor too closely to be fair. This one is actually allowed lol


Doesn’t - the website terms allowed it.
Virgin must be making a fortune since everything went in-house, EE now provide the link to their Virgin servers and data, calls and texts all are done by Virgin Media servers, all the expense of carrying all that voice/sms/data data over BT Wholesale and Virgin Business and a few other smaller data players costs them next to nothing, add in that Virgin Business make money off EE and they must be making a ton of cash, add in line rental for Virgin landlines and that’s a lot of profit.
anonymous...21st Feb

I tether without issues and I am on 40gb sim only planI normally say to …I tether without issues and I am on 40gb sim only planI normally say to peopleOfficially NoUnofficially Yes


Officially - iOS profile says yes.
This shouldn't be cold. £20 Black Friday deal =

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No one gives more for less.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 22nd Feb
NetsixAndChill21st Feb

I'll tell my store manager to take the advert out the window then.


Yes! I don’t want a saturated V sever slowing me down. Thanks!
Why is this getting voted cold? Yes you need to be a VM customer but your getting unlimited everything for he same price that EE charge for £20ggb.
seaniboy6 h, 37 m ago

This shouldn't be cold. £20 Black Friday deal = [Image] No one gives more …This shouldn't be cold. £20 Black Friday deal = [Image] No one gives more for less.


Sheep will be sheep unfortunately. The sim b4 this was 100gb. Got good heat. This one us just £5 more and unlimited with tethering gets cold.

And off the previous comments people are happy with it.

Especially with roughly £90 cashback. Works out £13 per month.

And sheeple just hitting cold because they think it's throttled or no tethering. Assuming. However they are wrong.
NetsixAndChill22nd Feb

Sheep will be sheep unfortunately. The sim b4 this was 100gb. Got good …Sheep will be sheep unfortunately. The sim b4 this was 100gb. Got good heat. This one us just £5 more and unlimited with tethering gets cold.And off the previous comments people are happy with it.Especially with roughly £90 cashback. Works out £13 per month.And sheeple just hitting cold because they think it's throttled or no tethering. Assuming. However they are wrong.



I got the 100GB deal for £20 to use in my Huawei E5573 from Currys when it was £6. Virgin told me that using a mifi is not tethering and to go ahead. Heat given for this offer too.
Would say its nice deal for unlimited data.
I`m with virgin mobile (deal that was last year - £20 for unlimited) and i`m happy with it.
Plus was just checking and it allows me to buy that deal even tho i`m not Virgin TV and broadband customer (haven't actually pressed "buy it now" button, but went to the last page without any issues.

Topcashback is not listing any info about that deal, so i would say that you will not get £90 of cash back.
Print screen that is posted is for "up to £90" and its for "a pay monthly handset contract with a tariff £45+"

In my opinion - very decent deal, and most likely you`ve been voted cold not for deal, but for arguing (it does not matter that you are right in most aspects).
Here is me voting HOT!.
Do they use any form of geotagging, geofencing or something similar as I wanted one on my parents virgin bill who live 50 miles away as no virgin anywhere in this area
Not sure why this is getting voted cold if Im honest, its a cracking deal, how many truly Unlimited Data Sims have been around since the demise of the Original Three and the T Mobile Full Monty Sims of years ago, have some heat.
NetsixAndChill22nd Feb

Sheep will be sheep unfortunately. The sim b4 this was 100gb. Got good …Sheep will be sheep unfortunately. The sim b4 this was 100gb. Got good heat. This one us just £5 more and unlimited with tethering gets cold.And off the previous comments people are happy with it.Especially with roughly £90 cashback. Works out £13 per month.And sheeple just hitting cold because they think it's throttled or no tethering. Assuming. However they are wrong.


Exactly. I don’t talk sheep, I talk thousands in savings accounts
Bestdealsguru2 h, 17 m ago

Do they use any form of geotagging, geofencing or something similar as I …Do they use any form of geotagging, geofencing or something similar as I wanted one on my parents virgin bill who live 50 miles away as no virgin anywhere in this area


No, you can use it anywhere EE have a signal - it’s upto the mobile account holder who uses the sim and where.
Bestdealsguru2 h, 18 m ago

Do they use any form of geotagging, geofencing or something similar as I …Do they use any form of geotagging, geofencing or something similar as I wanted one on my parents virgin bill who live 50 miles away as no virgin anywhere in this area


It's a mobile contract; note the word "mobile". It is highly unlikely VM would penalise a customer for persistently using a mobile away from the account address.
Exclusive to existing TV and broadband customers.........could a friend apply for a sim for me?
I never believe anything that the big companies say mobile or not if they can track you and see it’s not in their area all the time they will I am sure. I have already had 3 different people from Virgin tell me it includes and doesn’t include tethering also 1 saying it can go in a mifi. 🤔
AndyRoyd2 h, 6 m ago

It's a mobile contract; note the word "mobile". It is highly unlikely VM …It's a mobile contract; note the word "mobile". It is highly unlikely VM would penalise a customer for persistently using a mobile away from the account address.

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