I'm not happy with my monthly Virgin Media bill. I could easily do without the TV service (to me, it's 95% of no interest). I make about 2 calls per month on average on my land line and almost all the calls I receive are either scams or unsolicited cold-call marketing. I have an inexpensive mobile service elsewhere. Broadband is important to me but I don't necessarily need 100 Mbps - perhaps half of that would do.
Is there an option with Virgin Media to take a broadband only service ? After all it's delivered over cable, so the old BT-supplied coper cable for my land-line is irrelevant.
If not, do others have recommendations on alternative broadband-only suppliers?
Re: Is there a Broadband only offering from Virgin?
It'll be the HUB3 or HUB4 depending on what cabinet you are connected to.
If you add telephone, you get a small lead which plugs into the back of the HUB and gives you a normal phone socket.
If you add TV, you get a TV box.
Note however that although they offer broadband only, it's typically cheaper if you have telephone as well for both new customers and customers renegotiating their contract. That's why I have a telephone service that I'll never use - it was more expensive without it.