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fura2ou3
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Registered: ‎18-01-2012

Coaxial cable = Virgin Cable?

Hi!

 

I'm moving to a new flat and there I have two coaxial cables on the wall. Does that mean that I can have Virgin cable 30mb? On the website when I check the speeds with my postcode it says I can't have cable connection, can this be wrong? thank you 

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Swt4ajp
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Registered: ‎20-06-2010

Re: Coaxial cable = Virgin Cable?

hi

 

it could be a ky coax cable.

 

or even a feed to the main freeview ariel.

 

can you follow the cable and if it goes to a brown box then thats virgin cable if not then its something else

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fura2ou3
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Registered: ‎18-01-2012

Re: Coaxial cable = Virgin Cable?

Humm I see. But is the connectivity checker on the website is 100% right? There any other way to check?

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jb66
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Registered: ‎08-03-2010

Re: Coaxial cable = Virgin Cable?

Ask your neighbours or put their address in the checker
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Steve_Brett
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Registered: ‎16-01-2012

Re: Coaxial cable = Virgin Cable?

Hi fura2ou3

 

If you would like to send me the postcode and house number by Private Message, I can check to see if others in the street have Virgin Media cabled services. For a definitive answer though you would need to call the sales team.

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Steve Brett
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