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Virgin Vivid 100 Fibre Broadband & Full House TV Bundle - Including BT HDsport. Over 230 channels. £45 pm x 12 Months +  £25 set up = £565
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Virgin Vivid 100 Fibre Broadband & Full House TV Bundle - Including BT HDsport. Over 230 channels. £45 pm x 12 Months + £25 set up = £565

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High end broadband & TV package, was £57 a month , now £45 a month.
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the Full House offer you get over 230 channels, including Disney, National Geographic and - most importantly for football fans - all BT Sport channels in HD just in time to watch coverage of the Champions League. Virgin backs this up with super fast internet speeds of 108Mb or, in other words, blisteringly fast broadband- all for just £45 a month.
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It annoys me to bits after 20years with this lot I was paying 99/month for substantially less than this offer. Their pricing structure has put me off rejoining in future no matter how tempting
£220 potential cashback on TopCashback or £160 Quidco (plus Highest Cashback Guarantee, so slightly higher than £220 if it comes through).
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again adam cracking post.not for me but i would jump ship from sky in an instant if it was.
£220 potential cashback on TopCashback or £160 Quidco (plus Highest Cashback Guarantee, so slightly higher than £220 if it comes through).
Is this just for new customers?
maria.jonesxfU11/03/2019 20:21

Is this just for new customers?


I'm afraid so but always worth mentioning. Say give me this or else I'm leaving. Usually they will offer you it
It annoys me to bits after 20years with this lot I was paying 99/month for substantially less than this offer. Their pricing structure has put me off rejoining in future no matter how tempting
misterboumsong14 m ago

It annoys me to bits after 20years with this lot I was paying 99/month for …It annoys me to bits after 20years with this lot I was paying 99/month for substantially less than this offer. Their pricing structure has put me off rejoining in future no matter how tempting


You signed up to that deal and could leave/renegotiate when they put their prices up? There is no need to pay the full price as invariably they will offer a deal from Outbound retentions.
Glad I got shut of these rip off merchants verman wanted £37 a month for Internet only off me and they slow you down as well keep putting in up every few months
I've been looking for a while, and this is a good deal. I would love the chance to get F1 for 10 s week, but you cannot have it all
misterboumsong1 h, 23 m ago

It annoys me to bits after 20years with this lot I was paying 99/month for …It annoys me to bits after 20years with this lot I was paying 99/month for substantially less than this offer. Their pricing structure has put me off rejoining in future no matter how tempting


Where have you been for the last 20 years? Glad you finally found HUKD. Welcome aboard.
Wish I could get virgin. Where ever I've lived virgin hasn't been available
I like this more than BT one.
Tried to get this deal earlier, my current contract finishes in a months time, the guy told me it’s only for new customers
Anyone know if I could sign up to this now but say I won’t need it installing until May?

Had a house fire in Oct you see and won’t be back in the house until then
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JustinGabriel11/03/2019 21:07

Glad I got shut of these rip off merchants verman wanted £37 a month for …Glad I got shut of these rip off merchants verman wanted £37 a month for Internet only off me and they slow you down as well keep putting in up every few months


How dare companies want an acceptable amount to provide a service, that you then have the audacity to complain is sub-standard.

The reason the internet in the UK is in a sorry state is because people only want to pay £9 per month.
Not going to vote but I just got the 200 fibre broadband and the full house inc sky movies for £45 a month plus £150 cashback
I just renewed with virgin, I got this deal deal, but with 200mb broadband, for £45 per month
dead4red6912/03/2019 00:53

I just renewed with virgin, I got this deal deal, but with 200mb …I just renewed with virgin, I got this deal deal, but with 200mb broadband, for £45 per month


How did you get that?
jemmarocks12/03/2019 00:47

Not going to vote but I just got the 200 fibre broadband and the full …Not going to vote but I just got the 200 fibre broadband and the full house inc sky movies for £45 a month plus £150 cashback


Is this as a new customer?
I renewed my contract with Virgin last month and got Vivid 200 broadband weekend calls and play TV for £39 per month with a £60 bill credit.

Received a cold call from Virgin last week and was offered an upgrade to Full House TV for £4 per month more, I declined as we only really watch Freeview channels.
maria.jonesxfU11/03/2019 20:21

Is this just for new customers?


Disconnect your existing and get a new one in other households occupant and you will be treated as new
This is not exactly a like for like comparison. Before the price drop, the package came with 200Mbs. That's not too say this isn't good value but the saving isn't quite as good as Virgin claim.
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Virgin are a joke. Terrible internet which is always going down for some reason or another.
maria.jonesxfU11 h, 9 m ago

Is this just for new customers?


It never is, I've just renewed but £50 with 200meg Internet.

First call didn't achieve it but second one did, a 12 month tied in contract but the offer is valid for 18 months, at the end of the 18th month I'll review it again.
turbo_c11 m ago

Virgin are a joke. Terrible internet which is always going down for some …Virgin are a joke. Terrible internet which is always going down for some reason or another.


I've never had any issues with their Internet here in the Notts area, always been stable and speeds have always been good.
dole31 m ago

Is this as a new customer?


Yes
UKDealSpy5 h, 0 m ago

How did you get that?


I was out of contract so called up to cancel, was offered a poor deal so said no thanks. Then about a week later they called back and offered the deal.
deleted8366811/03/2019 23:23

How dare companies want an acceptable amount to provide a service, that …How dare companies want an acceptable amount to provide a service, that you then have the audacity to complain is sub-standard.The reason the internet in the UK is in a sorry state is because people only want to pay £9 per month.


You should really check out the broadband speeds and price the rest of the world get.

Ours is terrible in comparison.
I just renewed my full house and 200mb on Friday then this deal pops up. Needless to say it’s a new customer deal so they wouldn’t budge. Signed my parents upto the £79 p/m VIP deal on Sunday and they kindly matched the new price of £75. Good company.
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D87C12/03/2019 07:52

You should really check out the broadband speeds and price the rest of the …You should really check out the broadband speeds and price the rest of the world get. Ours is terrible in comparison.


Thing’s are cheaper in other parts of the world! More at 10
I cancelled my Virgin 30 days ago - Never got a phone call or offer of any other deal - Unfortunatley I didnt have any other options but to go back with them and cancel my cancellation due to not having a phone line etc.
deleted8366812/03/2019 08:11

Thing’s are cheaper in other parts of the world! More at 10


Point clearly flew over your head.

UK brodband is not in a sorry state because people want to pay £9 a month when other countries manage to provide a superior service for a fraction of the cost. Not that £9 is the norm for fibre anyway
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D87C12/03/2019 08:17

Point clearly flew over your head. UK brodband is not in a sorry state …Point clearly flew over your head. UK brodband is not in a sorry state because people want to pay £9 a month when other countries manage to provide a superior service for a fraction of the cost. Not that £9 is the norm for fibre anyway


The people building the networks in the countries in question have wage expectation. Why comment on network infrastructure you know nothing about?
deleted8366812/03/2019 08:32

The people building the networks in the countries in question have wage …The people building the networks in the countries in question have wage expectation. Why comment on network infrastructure you know nothing about?


I'm not the one claiming £9 is the norm for broadband. Or implying people should pay beyond their means.

The government wanted broadband to be a cheap comodoty. Monopolies held on lines ore fibre. Many factors at play.

People wanting to pay the least amount they can for the service they require isn't the reason
I get this for £33 a month with Vivid 200. Just putting it out there
danieldraper9610 h, 7 m ago

Anyone know if I could sign up to this now but say I won’t need it i …Anyone know if I could sign up to this now but say I won’t need it installing until May? Had a house fire in Oct you see and won’t be back in the house until then


I've sent you a PM
djtezz38 m ago

I cancelled my Virgin 30 days ago - Never got a phone call or offer of any …I cancelled my Virgin 30 days ago - Never got a phone call or offer of any other deal - Unfortunatley I didnt have any other options but to go back with them and cancel my cancellation due to not having a phone line etc.


...check your marketing contact preferences settings, cos maybe that's why they didn't call you and then cancel again
fossman12/03/2019 07:01

I renewed my contract with Virgin last month and got Vivid 200 broadband …I renewed my contract with Virgin last month and got Vivid 200 broadband weekend calls and play TV for £39 per month with a £60 bill credit.Received a cold call from Virgin last week and was offered an upgrade to Full House TV for £4 per month more, I declined as we only really watch Freeview channels.


Their play TV package is essentially free view they've offered it me a few times for like £2 extra a month but why pay for FREEview channels? You could have bartered a better offer for just 200mb broadband possibly around 28 a month (ppl have had it at such prices) and just watch free view for Free? Even a new customer offer is 37 a month without TV so your still paying for what is technically free to air channels?
This is the same price as the last black Friday offer which was advertised as the cheapest it's ever been.
shishiragarwal2 h, 15 m ago

Disconnect your existing and get a new one in other households occupant …Disconnect your existing and get a new one in other households occupant and you will be treated as new


After a month.............
Price goes up after 12 months though
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