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Internal Cables

I have a Virgin box in my sitting room and one in my bedroom. Is there a way for me to connect to virgin in my bedroom and sitting room without the use of the white cables? Can I have virgin media TV wireless? I need to get rid of these cables urgently. I am having works done to the home and the wires are everywhere. 

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Re: Internal Cables

All Virgin TV boxes need the coax cable.

You can use TV Go on mobile devices in rooms where you don't have a Virgin TV box.
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Re: Internal Cables

Is there no other option like through Bluetooth or something? Sky can have a second box without cables so I thought Virgin would be able to do the same?

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It's an apples and pears comparison as the Sky Q mini is an HD box with cut-down functionality that piggy-backs off the main Q box, whereas all Virgin Media V6s have full functionality as they are connected to the coaxial cable (and hub).

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