Virgin Mobile Tariffs Reviews
Product Type: Virgin Mobile in Telecommunications Services
Description:Please write about the type of tariff you currently have with telecommunications service provider Virgin Mobile.
Newest Review: ... texts! The pay as you go tariffs are reasonable but I recommend the liberty sim as it is a 30 day rolling contract and so you can cancel any time within 30 days so it is not a long term tie in. If you want mobile internet, virgin will provide it for just £5 a month. You get unlimited Mobile Internet, all day, every day that month! If you decide on pay as you go, you will receive special ... more
Customer Virgin Mobile Tariffs Reviews (7)
by - written on 28/02/10 (Very useful, 152 readings)
My contract with 02 has just run out and my friend recommended taking a look at the virgin liberty sim-only deals. I text frequently and like calling too. I needed a substantial amount of minutes and a fair amount of texts too. I would recommend sim-only if you have a phone you are happy with and want to save a bit of dosh. In my previous contract with 02, I paid £15 a month for 500 texts and 400 mins. In the final months of my contract I managed to use up all the texts I had. The contract also came with the Samsung D900i. This is a very outdated phone at the moment, however it was the best you could get 18 months ago! The virgin Liberty sim only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/04, updated on 17/01/04 (Very useful, 164 readings)
I was with Virgin mobile for about three or four years, and can do nothing but sing their praise. I joined about two months after their service was launched, back in 1999 - I won't lie, at the start, there were quite a few bugs, coverage was poor, with me frequently getting 'network busy' messages during the rush hour. However, over that first year of their operation, they did lots of work, getting the network upgraded, sorting out all the bugs in their system, and ever since then, it has worked wonderfully. I dealt with their customer services many times over the years, and every time that I called, I was dealt with by very polite, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/03, updated on 14/10/03 (Very useful, 160 readings)
I recently had an old phone i wanted to use, so I thought I'd buy a Sim card pack. The cheapest deal was Virgin Mobile, which cost only 10 pounds including 5 pounds free airtime. It was simple to use, with pay as you go, with no extra charges, line rental, contract, etc. I'm happy with this service, although I have nothing to compare it to as I only arrived in the UK. There are many features I like about the Virgin network : - texts are cheap, only 3p to other virgin users, or else 10p - Its free to pick up voicemail..which i think is the only network to do this - You can pay using direct debit with no extra charge for itemised ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/02, updated on 19/05/03
I was previously with O2 (BT Cellnet) and see an ad on the internet for Virgin Mobile. So I went to their website and see their tarrif - 15p a minute for the first 5 minutes of calls each day then 5p thereafter. With O2 I was paying 35p a minute, which I realised was a rip-off so I ordered a Virgin SIM Pack costing £10.00 with £5.00 of free calls included. On the website said I had the option of taking my number with me so I didn't have the worry of a new one. It got here the next day, which I was very pleased with as I thought it was going to be 3-4 days. Virgin Mobile runs on the One2One (T-Mobile) network but even so the coverage is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/02, updated on 21/06/02 (Useful, 427 readings)
The main reason I picked virgin mobile was because of the cheap calls. 15p per min for 5minutes and 5p for the rest! great! Little did I know that this came a price. Firstly I wanted to set up my voicemail, as I couldnt work out how to do it and the instruction manual wasnt helpful I rang the helpline only to be told that 'my model wasnt currently supported by the voicemail service' strange I thought I had brought it from a Virgin retailer (Our Price) the reply was that 'I will be able to recieve the full service in a month!) not much good at the time. After making the call I also discovered that I had been charged 10p for the delight of talking to ... Read the complete review
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