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Standard User jamespeters
(newbie) Thu 23-Feb-17 15:16:06
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Re: Just signed up - £15 for TV, Internet, Phone & Line Rent


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I was just so happy and shocked to get such a good price - I couldn't think straight!
Standard User johnnycab
(regular) Thu 23-Feb-17 15:48:53
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Re: Just signed up - £15 for TV, Internet, Phone & Line Rent


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You are making this up for reasons unknown, as no such deals exist.

Edited by johnnycab (Thu 23-Feb-17 16:29:33)

Standard User jamespeters
(newbie) Thu 23-Feb-17 18:26:45
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Re: Just signed up - £15 for TV, Internet, Phone & Line Rent


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Why would I make it up !? - I've had it installed today and confirmed by Live Chat. You can choose to believe or not believe, I don't mind either way.


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Standard User adslmax
(knowledge is power) Thu 23-Feb-17 19:35:52
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Re: Just signed up - £15 for TV, Internet, Phone & Line Rent


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In reply to a post by jamespeters:
I was just so happy and shocked to get such a good price - I couldn't think straight!


No ones gonna to believe you because Virgin Media won't do £15 or less for bundle player. No way, the live chat staff are lying to you. You will end up ebilling of future monthly charge of £29 for 12 months then £45 a month thereafter.
Standard User jamespeters
(newbie) Thu 23-Feb-17 23:15:24
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Re: Just signed up - £15 for TV, Internet, Phone & Line Rent


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My online account is already showing £29.00 with £14.00 credit applied today, so looks promising. I've referred a few friends to this deal too and they have been accepted for it. I doubt Virgin would agree to this and go back on their word (although I suppose only time will tell as they don't sound to be the best for customer service).
Standard User djblamire
(member) Thu 23-Feb-17 23:21:36
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Re: Just signed up - £15 for TV, Internet, Phone & Line Rent


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This is one of Virgin's referral deals. I signed up to the exact same offer myself a few weeks ago. What the OP hasn't mentioned is that the person recommending it receives £50 credit as does the person signing up.

I received the same player bundle at £15 but I also had the option of the 100Mbps internet player bundle for £20.

These are not published deals and purely available by word of mouth only.

If anyone is interested in this I can recommend you too, but can confirm it is certainly a genuine offer.

Edited by djblamire (Thu 23-Feb-17 23:22:20)

Standard User jamespeters
(newbie) Fri 24-Feb-17 11:51:28
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Re: Just signed up - £15 for TV, Internet, Phone & Line Rent


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Yes, that is true - Sorry, I should have said about the £50 referal deal.
Standard User Chrysalis
(legend) Fri 24-Feb-17 15:13:18
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sorry £15 for all 3 of those things is nonsense.

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Standard User ste211270
(regular) Fri 24-Feb-17 16:17:55
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In reply to a post by jamespeters:
Why would I make it up !? - I've had it installed today and confirmed by Live Chat. You can choose to believe or not believe, I don't mind either way.


mate just post a link to a screen shot of the deal that will shut all the doubting Thomas' up
maybe a case of jealousy springs to mind
Standard User mpellatt
(member) Tue 28-Feb-17 21:45:42
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Re: Just signed up - £15 for TV, Internet, Phone & Line Rent


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To answer your question about Caller ID - it depends where you are. In some areas, the equipment originally installed all those years ago didn't support it, and Liberty Media and their too-numerous-to-count predecessors haven't spent the money to replace it. Not supported where I am now (Dartford) nor where I used to be (Epsom).
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