Loss of channels, rip off prices and only a £3 reduction on the bill, come on Virgin all your loyal customers will gladly wave goodbye this time. When we had this same incident with Sky many years ago you looked after your customers. Now R. B has left you don't give a 🦉
very much doubt they'll lower the subscription fees, they'll we replaced it with other channels etc
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I signed up to virgin in October and got the full house bundle. I'm perfectly happy with the Internet. How ever now they have taken uktv off I feel they are In breach of contract as I only got the full house bundle to Watch UK gold and watch. As they have taken these channels off air I feel they should give costumers a choice of what tv bundle they want regardless off how long is left on there contract as I think most of the TV I want to watch now is on freeview does anyone else feel the same
Apparently Virgin are delighted to offer new channels.....anyone else of the same view? if I wanted sport I would get sky...I do not want any one the channels they are delighted to offer.. I did not sign up to any of these channels...They have broken contract with no notice where is the fairness in that..we would all have been penalised if that was us wanting to break contract...I hope the saving of money is worth it for the loss of customers they are going to get..this certainly is not customer satisfaction. VIRGIN you need to come to some agreement and quickly before you lose credibility and customer if you haven't already..IS IT WORTH IT???
Re: Virgin Media set to lose 4 million customers send for Richard Branson
I don't understand why Virgin is paying for most of these channels. The value of them is pretty limited given a number are on freeview, the UKTV app and Now TV. Surely they shouldn't pay for the ones on freeview and the others can be add ons for people to pay for.
They aren't all on Freeview, and they are NOT in HD on Freeview. The difference between getting them in heavily compressed Freeview SD, and on Virgin in HD is pretty big.
The question is how much is Virgin paying. I may be wrong, but I suspect that it won't be that much in the grand scheme of things, and comparable to what Sky are paying for the same amount of content.
So, what Virgin are paying for is so that they have a lot of additional HD content available in their Full House bundle. Surprisingly enough, a lot of people that shell out for the Full House bundle actually do so because they want HD content. I'm not paying it to watch Nicktoons, Home & Health and TrueMovies.