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Interesting how virgin censor whats posted so as to avoid the truth about their awful service getting out there.

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so what has been censored?
all i can see that has been censored is your profanity.

and that says more about you than anything else.
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Have a look around and you'll see plenty of dissenting voices uncensored.

That they can make a point without resorting to profanity helps of course.

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i cannot see censorship here    some people here vent lots of anger about virgin just look at all the questions that are asked     i cannot wait till mine is up and running       workers here seem to of finished digging and left just waiting to get fix 

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Article 11/13 went through the EU yesterday.  Presumably no more cutting and pasting links/videos, however, it'll be interesting to see if they can get it to work...Smiley Indifferent







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Another jobsworth reply Virgin are pure con merchants, but fellow mugs ( customers) our day will come I have been getting ripped of by this lot since they bought N.T.L. I was going to bin their 45mbits broadband a few months ago, like I binned their repeat TV service,  after their latest price hike, but the better half moaned about it, however she is coming round to the idea  me I think ANY company would be better as it's all" smoke and mirrors from the" sleight of hand" magicians at virgin superfast broadband ? the best I have ever had was/is 45 mbits and please all you virgin employees posting on here, and 99% of the answers are from employees, Keep your " economical with the truthj" replies. we the mugs are sick of it.

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@tammac8 virginmedia didn't buy NTL/Telewest/blueyonder it was a leased name, virginmedia is owned by liberty global https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-21347814 back in 2013, well the market is fully open for competition

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big deal !  [REMOVED] couldn't give a monkey's on who owns what, and N.T.L., certainly didn't supply my service for nothing..

[MOD EDIT: Inappropriate language removed, please review the Forum Guidelines]

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Well could have a chat with customer relations choosing option 1-4-4-5 (thinking of leaving us), to see if could get better deal, also the forum staff and myself can certainly help troubleshoot why its slow (if you want).

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