I have Virgin's 70Mbps fibre broadband and phone (including Anytime calls) service which is good but far too expensive at c.£53 per month compared to the many other suppliers on the Openreach fibre network.
I could live with a 35Mbps service and make significant savings of at least £20 per month.
Has anyone negotiated a more reasonable competitive deal from Virgin in the region of £30-£40 per month including Anytime calls?
It's a no brainer to jump ship unless Virgin offer a more competitive price.
Being on 70Mbs shows you have no rang up and renegotiated for a LONG time. You are on a legacy package.
You need to ring up, go to option 1 4 5 (thinking of leaving us for technical reasons: to get to the UK teams), explain your situation (and package) to them and see what you can negiotiate.
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My last Virgin contract only expired 3 months ago. I'm looking for a no contract fibre broadband & phone package c. £30-£40 since I may move soon. I'm asking what better no contract deals are possible with Virgin since such prices are readily available elsewhere.
Whilst my £50 doesn't include the phone, I transferred my number to sipgate when I moved to Virgin and now pay nothing for having the service and number active and only pay as I go for outgoing calls, which are at a minuscule rate.