WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
27%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
26%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
44%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



scarper 3:56 Thu Jun 11
Virgin Media Deals
my contract finishes in a few weeks, currently paying £82/month. Includes:

1x V6 Box
M200 Fibre Broadband (~200MB/s)
Maxit TV (230+ channels)
Talk Weekends
Sky Movies (high def)
Sky Sports (standard def)
Virgin Sports (high def)

Just been offered the same package for another 12 months for £87/month



has anyone negotiated a good deal with them?

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bruuuno 11:10 Sun Jun 14
Re: Virgin Media Deals
Nice

riosleftsock 9:26 Sun Jun 14
Re: Virgin Media Deals
Bought a firestick a month ago to try it. Unplugged the virgin cable to tv and showed the family how to use it.

Cancelled virgin on wednesday (£50 odd quid per month) and got a broadband and phone deal from plusnet for £27 pcm.

scarper 8:51 Sun Jun 14
Re: Virgin Media Deals
just been offered the same package for £77/month...

I know I could chop and change and save a few quid but price:ball ache ratio tips the balance

Joe C 11:45 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
bruuuno 9:44 Thu Jun 11

Tuesday last week - but, as I say, business line rather than residential (even though thhey come in on the same thing)

Joe C 11:45 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
bruuuno 9:44 Thu Jun 11

Tuesday last week - but, as I say, business line rather than residential (even though thhey come in on the same thing)

Joe C 11:45 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
bruuuno 9:44 Thu Jun 11

Tuesday last week - but, as I say, business line rather than residential (even though thhey come in on the same thing)

bruuuno 10:56 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
Cheers mate !

zebthecat 10:07 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
Virgin have been laying cables around my roads for last 4 months.
I might give them a go as BT is pretty unreliable and not particularly fast. 82 quid is a bit steep but I don't need the TV and, believe it or not, I'd quite like to keep my phone number.
My son is a gamer and he'd kill for fiber to the house.

Far Cough 9:49 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
bruuu, if it's just for internet, you should be able to do it yourself, they will send you a router and a couple of micro filters and that's it, just plug it in and you're good to go

bruuuno 9:44 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
How long ago do you book the installation though joe?

Darlo Debs 9:38 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
Pay £31 to Sky for Broadband and use Freeview for my TV as only watch about 3 channels anyway, kids use their cousins login for Netflix but we have britbox and disney plus. Going to unsubscribe Britbox though. Its good but i am.nit one for watching boxsets.

Joe C 9:35 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
Virgin are definitely installing - had a second business line installed yesterday. Admittedly all they had to do was go through the same hole they put in before, but still had to come in to install a second modem - properly social distanced etc.

Was a business line, but was installed by their residential team

bruuuno 9:28 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
That’s good to hear cough, there’s nothing already there. Does that mean I can install sky myself or does the engineer have to come round and do it?

Joe C 7:03 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
Lee Trundle 4:09 Thu Jun 11

Those boxes were brilliant

TJD 7:03 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
I had a wrestle with Virgin last year, I ended eventually getting 200Mb braodband for £27/month and bought a tvbox for £30, which is excellent, and paid £94/year for an IPTV subscription which is again excellent and rock solid. Just about everything bar the very latest Disney+ etc which is a bit extra. Wish I'd done it years ago.

Far Cough 6:48 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
If it's Sky, you just need a landline socket, if it's Virgin, they need to run a cable to your house, unless it's already there?

bruuuno 5:51 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
Just internal stuff mate, it’s only the internet I need

Far Cough 5:39 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
bruuuuuuuuu, do you need a dish or just internal stuff?

bruuuno 5:37 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
On a similar note does anyone know if they are installing anything at the moment? Or if any providers are currently?

I know I can ring them up and ask them but I can’t be fucked

defjam 5:33 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
LT - Yes mate, My mate in Northern Norway uses that! :)

She's fit and Norwegian, I'm happy to pay it! (No link)

Lee Trundle 5:32 Thu Jun 11
Re: Virgin Media Deals
You can share your Netflix account too, 'jam.

I've had it for years but piggy back off my brother in laws account (and he's in the States, so it works internationally).

I've never paid a penny to Netflix or Sky or Virgin.

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