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Old 28-08-2019, 17:29   #16
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Re: Virgin Media UK Make Changes to Protect 100,000 Vulnerable Users

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I don't view Virgin's packages as being a rip-off. Far from it. TV service including Sky Cinema, Sky Sports and BT Sport, 500Mb broadband, free landline calls and a SIM with benefits, all for 99 per month.

Look at Sky's charges for the closest they can get to the provision of these services and you will see what a rip-off looks like.
Well clearly you know someone in virgin media, as my 83 old mother is paying 82 for xl tv , tivo she doesn't use, she has enough problems working out how to use the tv, 100 meg broadband and anytime phone, which she now hardly uses now,
Sounds to me virgin might be saying one thing, but where is the proof they are really doing it ?
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Re: Virgin Media UK Make Changes to Protect 100,000 Vulnerable Users

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Well clearly you know someone in virgin media, as my 83 old mother is paying 82 for xl tv , tivo she doesn't use, she has enough problems working out how to use the tv, 100 meg broadband and anytime phone, which she now hardly uses now,
Sounds to me virgin might be saying one thing, but where is the proof they are really doing it ?
If she receives certain benefits then it's really worth looking into BT Basic. Unlike VM, it's actually cheap and while the speed/cap isnt great it's usually enough for the silver surfers.

https://btplc.com/inclusion/Products...asic/index.htm
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Old 11-09-2019, 15:33   #18
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If she receives certain benefits then it's really worth looking into BT Basic. Unlike VM, it's actually cheap and while the speed/cap isnt great it's usually enough for the silver surfers.

https://btplc.com/inclusion/Products...asic/index.htm
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