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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #440 on: November 19, 2018, 04:21:45 PM »
We were on the XL telly, paying about £46 then BT phone and Plusnet for internet. Spoke to Virgin said interested in broadband but wasn't happy with the prices for existing customers, now got Vivid 100 and phone for an extra £2 a month, which equates to a £44 a month saving by getting rid of the other two.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #441 on: February 8, 2019, 11:33:23 AM »
Got a callback today from them after giving my 30-day notice.  I'm on £46 a month for phone (never used) and 100mb broadband only after my 12-month contract ended.

Best they offered me is £41 a month or £37 for 50mb so I'm happy to bugger off to someone else after the 30 days. I don't need 100mb and I'm sure as shit not paying £41 a month for it. I've been with them for 18 years (NTL) and this is the first time they've not matched new customer offers.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #442 on: February 8, 2019, 04:28:23 PM »
Got a callback today from them after giving my 30-day notice.  I'm on £46 a month for phone (never used) and 100mb broadband only after my 12-month contract ended.

Best they offered me is £41 a month or £37 for 50mb so I'm happy to bugger off to someone else after the 30 days. I don't need 100mb and I'm sure as shit not paying £41 a month for it. I've been with them for 18 years (NTL) and this is the first time they've not matched new customer offers.


When you sign up over the phone with another provider (talktalk has been spot on for me) they will take over your moving by emailing Virgin,once they do that there's a good chance that Virgin will give you a call and make you an offer that you can't refuse.
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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #443 on: February 8, 2019, 08:56:57 PM »
These are getting fucked off in my house as soon as my contract is up.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #444 on: March 27, 2019, 11:35:08 AM »
Just binned these off after a year of nothing but problems... the Tivo box upstairs probably worked less than a week in total across the year and as for the actual internet.. meant to be 350mbs yet it struggled when there was just the 2 of us on twitter or watching youtube.
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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #445 on: April 16, 2019, 08:44:43 AM »
I had an email a few weeks back saying my internet connection had been upgraded which means my phone will now always find the fastest signal wherever I am in the house. It has resulted in the internet never working upstairs and being extremely slow whilst it finds a signal everywhere else in the house.

Absolutely shite.

The only thing that keeps me with them is the fact that BT Sport comes with the TV package we're on.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #446 on: May 17, 2019, 09:18:43 AM »
My contract is up with these now, is it worth calling and saying I'm leaving to hopefully receive a better deal or will they tell me to fuck off and let me go?

Had no issues with internet or anything but we are paying £60 a month for basic TV and normal internet.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #447 on: May 17, 2019, 10:45:43 AM »
I had an email a few weeks back saying my internet connection had been upgraded which means my phone will now always find the fastest signal wherever I am in the house. It has resulted in the internet never working upstairs and being extremely slow whilst it finds a signal everywhere else in the house.

Absolutely shite.

The only thing that keeps me with them is the fact that BT Sport comes with the TV package we're on.

My WiFi with them when I go upstairs is terrible. Most of the time get faster speed by switching off WiFi and using o2. Other than that Iíve never had a problem with them to be fair.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #448 on: May 17, 2019, 03:05:12 PM »
My contract is up with these now, is it worth calling and saying I'm leaving to hopefully receive a better deal or will they tell me to fuck off and let me go?

Had no issues with internet or anything but we are paying £60 a month for basic TV and normal internet.

I phoned and cancelled and got a call from the loyalty department a couple of days later.  They offered much better deals.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #449 on: May 17, 2019, 04:10:40 PM »
My contract is up with these now, is it worth calling and saying I'm leaving to hopefully receive a better deal or will they tell me to fuck off and let me go?

Had no issues with internet or anything but we are paying £60 a month for basic TV and normal internet.

Yes but just be smart about it. Retentions departments are much more savvy these days at filtering out the bullshitters with no intention of cancelling. Shop around for comparable product bundles with the likes of Sky and be armed with the pricing when you phone.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #450 on: May 17, 2019, 06:50:26 PM »
Yes but just be smart about it. Retentions departments are much more savvy these days at filtering out the bullshitters with no intention of cancelling. Shop around for comparable product bundles with the likes of Sky and be armed with the pricing when you phone.

Good advice.  I quoted Vodafone broadband price as I put my notice in and it was the first thing she mentioned when they got back to me.  I was prepared to go ahead and leave as well.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #451 on: May 18, 2019, 12:47:20 PM »
I went through at least an hour over 5 or 6 phone calls with them last year in terms of renewal.

Reluctantly I accepted their offer of everything for £99 per month. Still £12 more than what a new customer would be charged.

But here's the thing, they somehow messed up the billing, so my new bill was £139 per month, to rise to £169 per month after a year.

Several phone calls weren't fixing it, so I decided enough was enough and quit, proper quit, in a fit of rage. They sent me out the box to return the equipment and gave me my end date.

I then contacted Sky. Despite being away from them for 2 years Sky recognised me as a returning customer, and were also giving shite deals.

So I was resigned to a new life of of no sports or movies, when a few days later yet another different department of Virgin rang me. This seemed to be the get the quit customer back dept.

They offered me everything for £90 per month. Still a bit worse than what a new customer would get, but close enough, so I accepted.

But the whole experience, from both Sky and Virgin has really passed me off. I can't get my head around the logic of massively different prices for different customers. The whole thing preys upon the weak and the stupid, which is morally wrong.

Glad to have had BT sports this season though!

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #452 on: May 20, 2019, 09:27:55 AM »
Yes but just be smart about it. Retentions departments are much more savvy these days at filtering out the bullshitters with no intention of cancelling. Shop around for comparable product bundles with the likes of Sky and be armed with the pricing when you phone.

I always make sure I get the current new customer offers, check on HUKD/Money Saving expert, then takes notes on my first call with them both. Phone the one who isn't your supplier first. It's always my second call that the better offers come.

I do the same with insurance etc, get a quote and then phone our one up, they can always give you the deal they just don't want to unless pushed.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #453 on: May 24, 2019, 09:38:42 PM »
I went through at least an hour over 5 or 6 phone calls with them last year in terms of renewal.

Reluctantly I accepted their offer of everything for £99 per month. Still £12 more than what a new customer would be charged.

But here's the thing, they somehow messed up the billing, so my new bill was £139 per month, to rise to £169 per month after a year.

Several phone calls weren't fixing it, so I decided enough was enough and quit, proper quit, in a fit of rage. They sent me out the box to return the equipment and gave me my end date.

I then contacted Sky. Despite being away from them for 2 years Sky recognised me as a returning customer, and were also giving shite deals.

So I was resigned to a new life of of no sports or movies, when a few days later yet another different department of Virgin rang me. This seemed to be the get the quit customer back dept.

They offered me everything for £90 per month. Still a bit worse than what a new customer would get, but close enough, so I accepted.

But the whole experience, from both Sky and Virgin has really passed me off. I can't get my head around the logic of massively different prices for different customers. The whole thing preys upon the weak and the stupid, which is morally wrong.

Glad to have had BT sports this season though!

Really? Just get some decent broadband and iptv?

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #454 on: May 24, 2019, 11:26:46 PM »
Can we add BT sports to VM for a one off game. Say June 1st?
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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #455 on: May 24, 2019, 11:59:47 PM »
Can we add BT sports to VM for a one off game. Say June 1st?
I think the BT Sport channel is free to air for both the europa and CL finals. Itís also being streamed for free on BT Sports YouTube channel if you have a smart tv.
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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #456 on: May 25, 2019, 06:34:35 AM »
I think the BT Sport channel is free to air for both the europa and CL finals. Itís also being streamed for free on BT Sports YouTube channel if you have a smart tv.
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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #457 on: May 25, 2019, 10:43:13 AM »
I think the BT Sport channel is free to air for both the europa and CL finals.

Yes this is my understanding too.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #458 on: May 25, 2019, 12:17:01 PM »
Just checked my TV guide & it's channel 100, coverage starts at 1800.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #459 on: May 25, 2019, 07:47:22 PM »
How to watch the Champions League final 2019 for FREE

The game will be made free-to-air by BT Sport for non-subscribers.

All fans can live stream the game via the BT Sport website (visit btsport.com/final on the day of the match) and mobile app.

It will also be screened in 4K, HD or SD via the BT Sport YouTube channel allowing everyone to soak up the drama.

Virgin Media customers can also tune into Channel 100 (HD) or Channel 532 (4K UHD) to watch the match for free.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #460 on: July 9, 2019, 04:53:38 PM »
Email this morning to say my broadband/phone package is going up by £3-50 a month from September which is about an 9% rise ( pay about £39.99 per month atm ) just come off the phone and now have a broadband only deal for £34 as I donít even have a phone socket in the house so quite happy with that as donít get many issues with the connection

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #461 on: August 3, 2019, 03:33:25 PM »
Binned this shower of shite off. They nearly doubled the amount I was paying to 61 quid for basic TV tivo box, 200 mb and phone line. They never offered me anything close to my original bill until I switched to plusnet and then they started to bombard me. They can fuck off in future. This plusnet is more than quick enough for all of my family to use YouTube and Netflix etc. Please avoid this company. Diabolical customer service.
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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #462 on: September 12, 2019, 05:00:13 PM »
What are these like in terms of broadband? I'm currently with Sky but have had nothing but problems with them throughout my 18 month contract so I'm looking for a better provider. Called em up and they offered M100 with no download limits and a phone line for £26 p/m for 12 months (without phone it's £42 p/m) Only two of us in the house and only really need 4 devices so mindful they don't offer me a bunch of extra crap that I don't need. Main thing would be for a bit of online gaming, Sky fibre optic was awful most time I did a bit of online gaming.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #463 on: September 12, 2019, 06:20:24 PM »
I got a letter through from sky last week offering unlimited fibre & calls + a box for £28pm fixed for 3 years.
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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #464 on: September 12, 2019, 06:47:10 PM »
I got a letter through from sky last week offering unlimited fibre & calls + a box for £28pm fixed for 3 years.
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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #465 on: October 30, 2019, 02:23:26 PM »
Just binned Sky off for these. The broadband on offer from Sky is diabolical. Almost laughably bad. Getting the Ultimate Oomph Bundle so top TV with all sports and cinema in HD on 2 boxes, M500 broadband, phone line and unlimited SIM card all for £79 a month for 12 months

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #466 on: February 10, 2020, 10:01:44 AM »
Virgin are generally fine if you're in a proper underground-cabled ex Telewest area

Prices keep creeping up but I ring about once a year to threaten to leave; isn't always an amazing saving but there's always reductions. It's the old "existing customers get shat on, new customers get the red carpet" thing.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #467 on: February 10, 2020, 10:05:33 AM »
They put my broadband up from £25 to £37 after 12 months  :no  Motherfuckers, that's a 50% increase.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #468 on: February 10, 2020, 10:13:08 AM »
They put my broadband up from £25 to £37 after 12 months  :no  Motherfuckers, that's a 50% increase.

Ring em up and express your outrage pal. You probably joined on a 12 month offer that's expired, so WHAM, up it goes to non-deal prices!

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #469 on: February 10, 2020, 10:19:03 AM »
i had them just for a phone contract and didnt really rate it. The coverage wasnt great and a few other issues. Didnt stay with them very long

they took over upc with us and my folks are with them

i was impressed with how they sorted a problem on saturday, the folks pay for multiroom and and the second room had no signal. sorted it all via whatsapp
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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #470 on: February 12, 2020, 08:14:28 AM »
They are a terrible company to deal with, constantly giving you duff information and messing your bills up.

I threatened to leave them having been with them since 2004 and they offered me XL tele (including BT), 100mbps internet, Sky Sports and Sky Movies plus my landline for £67 per month. Obviously I snapped that up but then a few weeks later they tried to renege on it, having the cheek to say they wouldnt even contemplate offering that, it should actually be £106 per month.

So after pretty pretty much calling me a liar I demanded they listen to my original call where the deal was offered and surprise, surprise it was, "oh yes, we can see you were offered that, the agent made a mistake, we'll honour it for 12 months"

When that expires I'll be fooking them off sharpish.
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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #471 on: February 12, 2020, 09:19:07 PM »
Virgin are generally fine if you're in a proper underground-cabled ex Telewest area

Prices keep creeping up but I ring about once a year to threaten to leave; isn't always an amazing saving but there's always reductions. It's the old "existing customers get shat on, new customers get the red carpet" thing.

This is how you do it. Every year threaten to leave. It's a hassle but worth it. I have basic tv and 100mb for 35£ 18 month contract after haggling about not wanting a facking landline. I would have been north of 70£ if I had not haggled. Up in april so will be cancelling and awaiting a call back...

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #472 on: February 12, 2020, 09:58:14 PM »
Yeah, threatening to leave has been the way to go ever since the NTL days. There were some *big* discounts you could get if you did that when Virgin lost the basic Sky channels for a time; Virgin were absolutely desperate to keep customers during that period.

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #473 on: February 18, 2020, 12:35:56 PM »
Got sky coming to an end looking at Virgin bigger package including bt sports comes with 100mb fibre anyone got this ?

my parents have virgin and its fine its the same amount that am paying for sky the now and that does not include bt sports

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #474 on: February 18, 2020, 01:43:54 PM »
Anyone else who has virgin BB just have random drop outs for like 30 seconds? i'm on their Ultimate gamer package which 500mb and no limits and about 3/4 times a day every decvice in the house will just lose internet and then come back again. this happen to anyone else?
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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #475 on: February 18, 2020, 02:00:19 PM »
They are a terrible company to deal with, constantly giving you duff information and messing your bills up.

I threatened to leave them having been with them since 2004 and they offered me XL tele (including BT), 100mbps internet, Sky Sports and Sky Movies plus my landline for £67 per month. Obviously I snapped that up but then a few weeks later they tried to renege on it, having the cheek to say they wouldnt even contemplate offering that, it should actually be £106 per month.

So after pretty pretty much calling me a liar I demanded they listen to my original call where the deal was offered and surprise, surprise it was, "oh yes, we can see you were offered that, the agent made a mistake, we'll honour it for 12 months"

When that expires I'll be fooking them off sharpish.

Pretty much the same with me. Told me £59 for 12 months then when the paperwork came through it was £57 for 3 months with it going up to £74. I called up saying they have lied and quoted the name of the guy and time of call then surprise surprise they can see from the call the agent offered me what I said. I got them to email me confirming can see me having issues after my third bill when they "forget" again.


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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #476 on: February 18, 2020, 02:00:41 PM »
Got sky coming to an end looking at Virgin bigger package including bt sports comes with 100mb fibre anyone got this ?

my parents have virgin and its fine its the same amount that am paying for sky the now and that does not include bt sports

If it's ex-NTL underground cabled broadband (you mention fibre!) it's pretty good but beware throttling

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #477 on: February 18, 2020, 04:42:50 PM »
Got sky coming to an end looking at Virgin bigger package including bt sports comes with 100mb fibre anyone got this ?

my parents have virgin and its fine its the same amount that am paying for sky the now and that does not include bt sports

I have this package and it does me. You get 100mb (closer to 110mb in truth). I download games regularly and it doesn't take too long, same with patches. You also get the uhd bt sports which is a bonus. The wifi isnt the best but you can always put it in modem mode and plug your own in

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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #478 on: February 19, 2020, 12:23:32 PM »
I have this package and it does me. You get 100mb (closer to 110mb in truth). I download games regularly and it doesn't take too long, same with patches. You also get the uhd bt sports which is a bonus. The wifi isnt the best but you can always put it in modem mode and plug your own in

My Ps4 takes ours to download games with sky. I have came to the end of the IPTV i have on my firestick had the game on last night and froze spent 10 minutes looking for it on another channel some dutch channel then onto Bein sports tv. my iptv ends in march aswell as my sky so going to get rid of the pair and get virgin . BT Sports is a changer for me at least I will get the premier league champions league and the UFC , if the football is on sky then either go back to my dads or go round to the pub to watch.


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Re: Virgin Media
« Reply #479 on: February 19, 2020, 03:48:16 PM »
Anyone else who has virgin BB just have random drop outs for like 30 seconds? i'm on their Ultimate gamer package which 500mb and no limits and about 3/4 times a day every decvice in the house will just lose internet and then come back again. this happen to anyone else?

I'm wondering if I have that, my Virgin internet can disappear for a few seconds, but only seems to affect the wireless signal so I dunno if it's a router issue.
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