I noticed that some of the cashback sites are offering £50 cashback if you take out a 36 month contract.
I see virgin mobile do their deals as airtime and handset.
Are the airtime contracts 30 days rolling contracts, and the handset 36 months, however if you pay the handset contract in full, the handset aspect terminates? Are you then free to move to another network after 30 days providing you have paid off the handset?
I am confused which network Virgin Mobile operate, I have been told and googling, EE, Vodafone, and 02. Vodafone in my experience is slow.
Will they have the Pixel 7 as a Black Friday deal?
Any one care to share their experience?
Hello mda99das, thanks for posting on our help forum and welcome back to our community.
Sorry to see your confusion with our handset and airtime plans for mobile, you may check our prices online here where you can also use the live chat option on the right-hand side and talk to our sales team for further info on these.
As we're always looking to best assist you when you come to our forum with your questions and issues, we'd like to advise on the above queries for you.
When you have a handset deal, this is usually for 24-36 months however you have the option to pay this off early and you'll have no further obligation towards your new device.
Our airtime plans are of 12-18 months usually, however if you select a 30-day rolling contract for your airtime you may change or leave this without termination fees given that we do this with one month's notice, as per our T&Cs (check our legal stuff paragraph at the end of our mobile deals page above).
We'd also wish to confirm that our mobile network is now with O2, FYI. You can check the O2 mobile coverage in your area here.
As for our black Friday deals, they are already on, you'll find them on the first link we've added above!
Please, note all cashback offers are being handled by our 3rd party partners and any queries in regard should be addressed to them directly.
Let us know if we've missed anything and if you have more questions or concerns, we'll be glad to help.
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