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Notebook64
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From triple package to just broadband

Have broadband, Medium TV and phone.  I only use broadband for Netflix.  If I turn off the tv and phone, will I get any channels - BBC etc?

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Hi Notebook64,

Assuming you have an aerial – you should be able to pick up basic FreeView channels without purchasing a TV package from Virgin Media. Dependent on how often you're planning to stream Netflix though, perhaps consider upgrading your broadband speed.

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Re: From triple package to just broadband

Anyone else?
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Notebook64 wrote:
Anyone else?

Yes but you'll get the same response. If you don't subscribe to VM's TV service you wont get any channels, free to air or otherwise over your VM connection. You'll need either a free view set up or free sat.


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Re: From triple package to just broadband

I remember seeing a lower package than medium large etc some time ago however when you click on the options it isn't there.
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M TV (medium) is the lowest TV because it's free if you have and pay for the landline.

There is and never has been anything lower.

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