Can anyone please tell me how to remove a package online. I call virgin - they say go online - I go online - I click to change package - it takes me to upgrades - only options are to spend more money by upgrading. I've contacted Virgin to complain. I request call back - they don't call back - but I get an email to say problem resolved. Resolution was "Education" which was advising me to go online and change package. My experience with virgin is like that song... there's a hole in my bucket.... it just goes round and round in circles. PLEASE can anyone tell me exactly where I can click to REMOVE KIDS TV from my package. Where can I DOWNGRADE - It's probably really obvious but I just can't see it and Virgin keep taking my money. Do people have to leave to downgrade? Is it just a really badly designed website or it it a cunning plan by virgin to trap you and take your money? Surely it can't be the latter? Please advise!
Thanks. Unfortunately I’ve tried calling three times. I click through menu to change package and I’m advised the call wait time is up to one hour.... also advised to go online.. Another time I was asked if I wanted to request callback but was not called despite having phone in front of me all day. I did get any email to say they could not get through but had no missed messages. My phone number is correct. I can only presume they did not try hard enough. I have asked them to remove package for me. They have not. They have told me I can remove it online so I can only hope they are telling the truth. If anyone can tell where online (as per virgins helpful instruction and advise) I can click to subtract this add on package online I would be very grateful.
I’ll try text. Not quite sure what to text but will send that number a text. Do appreciate you trying to help though but as I have said I have called three times so don’t see the point in trying that again as it just goes round and round like a hole in my bucket. I see others have had the sam issues. Virgin need to add simple downgrade option to website - or at least stop telling customer they can do online if they can’t actually do online. It’s frustrating and time wasting.