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joebloggs
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Do we get full speeds for all our allowance?

Hey there!

I have just got my 5Gb SIM Card to and was looking at upgrading to Unlimited...

However looking at the terms and conditions ( https://www.virginmedia.com/shop/the-legal-stuff/acceptable-use-policy/mobile-acceptable-usage-polic... ) It seems to state that only 3.5Gb is full speed and any data after that is limited to 384kbit/s downstream, 200kbit/s upstream

"Excessive use over 3.5GB of data per calendar month will result in your maximum bandwidth being restricted to 3G speeds (384kbit/s downstream, 200kbit/s upstream) on our network. We reserve the right to review these usage levels from time to time. At this reduced speed, customers will still be able to browse web pages, send/receive emails, and stream audio and video all at 3G data speeds, but peer-to-peer and large file downloads/uploads will be slower than normal."

Is this still the case or did I find an old T&C?

 

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Re: Do we get full speeds for all our allowance?

You definitely did find an old terms and conditions. That has not applied for quite some time.

You are good to go

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Re: Do we get full speeds for all our allowance?

Hi joebloggs,

 

Thanks for your post, that would be an older T&C as @enlli has stated.

 

Cheers,

Corey C

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