Apologies that you have no dial tone on your landline and have found it difficult to get in touch with us to report the fault.
When reporting a service issue, if you require an immediate response, please call in on 150 (free from a Virgin Media landline & Virgin Media mobile) or 0345 454 1111 (from any other phone) so that we can respond quickly to your fault.
If the below checks have already been done, I can schedule an engineer to call out to get this fixed for you.
Please verify the following checks have been done:
Check the phone – Please try another phone to check if the line is the issue (required on no dial tone faults). Is the phone turned on and if it is, are the batteries correctly inserted & charged? **If you don't have an alternative phone handset to try, please try your phone on a different landline (friend/relative/neighbour's landline) and see if it works**
Check the socket – Check the phone is plugged into the right socket; you’d be surprised how often it’s not. Ensure it is plugged into the Virgin Media socket with the logo or if no logo exists, the correct phone socket.
Check the extension – Is it connected properly? Does the problem persist if the phone is plugged directly into the Virgin Media socket with the logo or if no logo exists, the correct phone socket?
I'll send you a private message requesting further details so that I can arrange an appointment for you if you are still having the fault on the line after doing the above checks. Just click the purple envelope at the top right of this page.
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I empathise with selinus. This is my fourth day attempting to book an engineer. I've been across the Virgin website, delving into all sorts of nooks and crannies. I've seen all the pages that say I can book a engineer, but one of them say HOW. I've seen a video telling me I can book and engineer, but again not HOW. I've seen the search result to a page that tells me how to reschedule or cancel an engineer visit, but no page on how to book one in the first place. Is this intended to be the world's best kept secret? Do we have to sign up to paranormal websites to find out that the site was abducted by aliens in 1957 and can only be accessed now by travelling to Area 51?
How on the God's flat earth, then, does one book a Virgin engineer????