I have a contract which I took out with Virgin for a phone and a sim card. Why can't I get info about the phone contract on my virgin account? It only gives me the details of the package I have nothing to do with the actual phone. I need to know when the finishing date is for the phone and how much I owe on it so I can pay it off if possible?
Can anyone tell me how to find this please. Is the rental for the phone done with/by another company and if so who?
Thanks for posting here in the Virgin Media Community forum.
I see you have a question about your handset contract.
Were you able to get the information you need about your contract end date since you posted?
If you are billed separately for the phone and the handset, it is on a Freestyle contract. The debit for the handset is under Virgin Media (and the reference is your credit agreement number) and your tariff debit is on Virgin Mobile.
You will need your credit agreement number,security key and the last four digits of the bank account number used to set up the agreement (if you changed your bank account you will still need to use the 4 digits from their original account number) to log in to view your agreement.
If you no longer have your security key then you can call us on 0345 600 0789 and we can send it to you. We'll need to use a special tool to generate this security key for you.
Once logged in, under the Summary tab, look for and click on
Your Credit Agreement - View your credit agreement and mobile repayments
Then, click on View your credit agreement details.
You'll then see the details of your handset contract.
I cannot get on to view my contract. I have entered everything they ask for all to no avail. I have tried ringing the virgin number with my mobile and my landline and having to wait for literally ages to get an answer and because I have tried this before they then say they can't help me!!! All I want to do is find out what the amount is I owe on the phone so I can pay it off!!! I can't believe it can be so difficult to get an answer verbally or written that actually works.