Why not change that notice to 'On Demand is permanently unavailable'? That would be nearer the truth. Error 319 again - still? - in my area (RG12). Allegedly, according to 'service status', it might be fixed by 1800 on the 14th, i.e., by the end of the week. Good grief!
Any chance of getting some money back for this rubbish service?
And now I try via my long-registered PC to see the film on Sky Cinema and I'm told my device isn't registered - which is a lie.
Anyway, I delete another device and try again but I can't watch the film because of an error, am told to refresh the screen but that makes no difference. As that's the Sky website, that suggests that they are just as useless as VM.
For Pete's sake pull your fingers out and improve this service to one that can at least be described as mediocre.
Nothing has changed except that I think that On Demand being unavailable may only apply to HD versions. Tried the same film as yesterday, HD, and On Demand is unavailable. Tried Da Vinci Code, which is not available as HD (WHY NOT?!) and On Demand is suddenly available.
And it's still 'temporarily' unavailable this morning. Tried a reboot (power-off) just for luck but it made no difference. When are Virgin Media show they actually give a damn? Do they really think that their idea of fixing a problem by simply dropping the fault from "service status" is going to fool anybody?