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Virgin Media UK Discounts Gigabit Broadband to GBP50.99

Tuesday, January 25th, 2022 (6:00 am) - Score 6,504
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Broadband ISP Virgin Media (VMO2) will this morning discount the price of their top “Gig1 Fibre Broadband” (1130Mbps download and 52Mbps upload) package, for new customers, from £62 to £50.99 per month on an 18-month term (a one-off £35 setup fee also applies).

The discounted price will be available to order until 6th February 2022 and is the first time that Virgin Media has put a special offer of this size on their standalone Gig1 package. New customers can expect to receive an included wireless router, 18-month minimum contract term, unlimited usage, access to Virgin’s UK network of WiFi hotspots, internet security / parental controls and email.

We suspect the decision to offer a more attractive price on their gigabit package could reflect the impact of rising competition from rival networks.

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  1. Steve says:

    Good, let’s keep the competition up. This year’s price hikes from VMO2 and BT in particular are unjustifiable. Sadly this decision with gigabit speeds is likely a mere distraction from the inflation busting hikes on all packages. The altnets may not be perfect but if they’re forcing the big names into action then I’m all for it.

    1. Bent says:

      Just greed I wouldn’t touch them with a bargepoll .

  2. David bent says:

    Still a rip off never touch them with a bargepoll again

    1. El Guapo says:

      well they’re now cheaper than cityfibre/vodafone gigabit. Although I’d still opt for them over VM any day for the synchronous speeds, but I don’t have that choice because only VM has a gigabit capable network setup here. The main problem I have with them is they for some reason won’t allow upgrades (only new customers on gigabit) and yes I’ve called them and had the same reply. I can sign up for it when my contract expires. I’ve never heard anything like it before in my life, no you may not pay us extra and upgrade?!!

      Anyway, it’s not that bad a price now.

  3. Grrr says:

    They’ve got data on all of the people locked into contracts at lower speeds and lower cost than this.

    Surely it’s not beyond the abilities of their IT team to craft an email with a link to allow them to switch to this locking them in for another 18 months?

    I’m paying £43 for 350mpbs – i’d likely upgrade to this for less than a tenner, sure many others would too.

    1. Bent says:

      Virgin prices should be
      100meg £12 standard price broadband only
      200meg £15 standard price broadband only
      350meg £18 standard price broadband only
      500meg £22 standard price broadband only
      1gig1 fibre £28 standard price broadband only

      I wouldn’t touch them with a bargepoll ever again I was with them but got fed up ripping me off so I cancelled

    2. Ben says:

      @Brent why “should” Virgin charge those prices?

    3. Bent says:

      Because they greedy I couldn’t careless about there profits I’m just a customer

      I can’t stand greedy isps and energy company’s .

    4. Alex A says:

      @Bent are you mad? Virgin still need to make money. Id imagine they are going for a low cost future since they can charge lower prices for high speeds than openreach due to their infrastructure being paid off. A 200/500/Gig1 for £25/30/35 or so would be more reasonable.

    5. anonymous says:

      You don’t appear to care about the language, either, Bent. That your command of English is embarrassing for a junior school child explains much.

      ‘Because they greedy I couldn’t careless about there profits I’m just a customer

      I can’t stand greedy isps and energy company’s’

      Because they *are* greedy*.* I couldn’t care**less about *their* profits I’m just a customer*.*

      I can’t stand greedy *ISP*s and energy compan*ies*.

      Maybe if you’d paid more attention at school you’d be more able to afford a gigabit.

  4. Bent says:

    @ben plus they get loads of more Customers by waiving off there £240 etf
    Just greed in my opinion and also reduce there pricing

    1. Phil says:

      @Damien Stop accused me as I never posted this. You tell him @Bent as it not me!

  5. Shaukat says:

    Technically it’s not correct to say that it’s the first time virgin media have discounted the 1Gig tariff, as it was done last spring. We are paying 52.00 currently until Dec 2022.

    I say technically as the company is known as VM02 now and it’s the first time they have discounted it, but VM have done it before in spring 2021.

    1. Bent says:

      Still a rip off 5g broadband £21 a month atm on three website

      I would cancel virgin media saving you £30 a month at least more these fuc*kers charge £50 or £62 for gig1 the more they lose customers and yes I have got a chip on my shoulder as I despise virgin as they rip you off

    2. El Guapo says:

      How can you compare the price of a leased line, fitted just for you in your property to a shared cable medium? I mean it’s like comparing owning a Ferrari to being part of zipcar.

    3. anonymous says:

      Yay twofer with ‘Damien’ / Peter Coventry banging on about a non-existent leased line and making out he’s loads of money when the truth is very, very different.

      Something new, something not so new.

  6. Bent says:

    It’s about saving money for money £62 a month for 1 measly gigabit sod off virgin media robbing scum .

  7. Shaukat says:

    Lol … Talking of three, We also have access their 5G network as have deployed a Huawei 5G router house and have a AYCE data SIM on three business for 6/month. 100 to 200Mbs for the price can’t go wrong.

  8. Alex A says:

    For some reason some people have a massive hatred of Virgin Media despite finding an alternative. You like 5G – cool but I prefer a fixed line and I cant get the same speeds and latency from 5G where I am. I’m happy with Virgin Media.

    1. Bean says:

      To right people do simple greed people hate greedy isps charging stupid money for 1 gigabit .

    2. Kane says:

      I have virgin media 1 gig. I can’t watch video on twitch on any channel without it buffering. Also can’t watch prime video, Netflix, Disney plus or YouTube in 4k. Virgin insist this is totally normal and multiple engineers who have visited me have said this is also standard. In their words “all video streaming sites are unreliable and I shouldn’t be using them”. I’d say the average virgin employee both in the call centres and in the field have an IQ the same as the temperature of the room they are currently in.

  9. Phil says:

    I don’t care about virgin media because they are rubbish and very poor upload speed 52Meg for 1Gig but you are likely to get 500Meg for that speed off Virgin. Still rip off.

    1. Bean says:

      Agree just waiting for mmWave 5g in uk like the USA for home broadband leave rip off virgin greedy media in the dust .

      If bootlickers are still defending virgin media with there prices and there performance and customer service then they are mugs !!! For paying stupid prices for 350 for £56

      500/1gigabit £62 then are mugs

      We want mmWave 5g in uk stuff virgin media and they overpriced greedy prices for broadband only

      I don’t want fix line broadband either as that’s old fashioned and a weirdo stranger installing cables at your house/ flat putting broadband cables in your home when you just get a 5g router £400/500 on Amazon and a unlimited sim only data only on contract .

    2. anonymous says:

      ‘I don’t want fix line broadband either as that’s old fashioned and a weirdo stranger installing cables at your house/ flat putting broadband cables in your home’

      You may have psychiatric issues. Allowing workmen into the home to provide a service is not some bizarre and strange activity. You should consider seeking help with that.

  10. Winston Smith says:

    It’s alarming how quickly VM threads degenerate into ‘speak your brains’.

    1. Matt says:

      It’s usually the same guy. There’s several topics he turns up to troll. He’s active on TBB and a few other sites too.

      It’s the downside to a none-account required comment section, but it’s worth keeping to engage casual onlookers imo.

    2. Peter says:

      Yes seems to be the same person. I’ve never seen someone get so wound up before over something like this. Don’t like the price? Don’t buy it!

    3. anonymous says:

      You could certainly count on the fingers of one hand the really strange posters on here. They’re as repetitive as they are predictable.

  11. Annoyed says:

    5G is only a alterative for broadband use where it is available though, for me I can only get O2 5G at home and guess what? They don’t provide a 5G broadband service so I’m stuck with either 4G broadband, VMO2 or Openreach infrastructure.

    The only provider to provide 1GB download speeds in this town is VMO2, Openreach with CityFibre, BT etc have no plans at the moment to push out FTTP infrastructure which would allow 1GB download speeds so VMO2 is the only option.

    Also as a VMO2 user, I’m happy with what I pay for as it’s fast enough for me and it’s stable/reliable as I’ve only had 2 incidents (one minor and one major) that I’ve had a outrage issue in 19 months, compare that to the Openreach infrastructure and outrages were happening a lot more.

    Of course it be nice to pay even less for the service but I get access to VMO2 WiFi hotspots across the country and the infrastructure in my home allows me to also run a guest WiFi network alongside the main one which no Openreach ISP that I’ve used before ever provided.

    If people think that they should pay £12 for 100MB with VMO2, can I take it that they think that that 70MB with Openreach ISPs should be £6, 38MB or lower with Openreach ISPs should be free?

    Some people do need a reality check here.

    1. Alex A says:

      Indeed. Some seem to underestimate the costs of an ISP, also forgetting that the cost to VM02 for providing 500 or 1100mbps are very similar with the higher tiers being for people who are willing to pay that much. Dont like it, then don’t buy it.

      Its not being a “bootlicker” to be fine with paying extra for a faster service.

  12. Buggerlugz says:

    Oh, so that’s why its gone up £3.50 a month for everyone else (not in contract) then?

    1. Laurence 'GreenReaper' Parry says:

      You have to spend money to make money!

  13. Harold says:

    On Openreach FTTP:

    Shell and TalkTalk are doing 900Mbps for £49 on 18 month contracts (with prices increases to come).

    BT is £54.99 for 24 months (with prices increases to come).

    Cuckoo is £54.99 on a rolling monthly contract, or fixed at £54.99 for 12 months and with 3 months free (effectively you pay £41 a month).

    1. Kane says:

      Fttp is reliable virgin is not.

  14. Fed Up says:

    I would disagree with the statement that FTTP is reliable and Virgin isn’t as that is stating that Virgin use substandard infrastructure which isn’t the case, if FTTP really was that great then it would have be offered everywhere where you currently get a VMO2 connection for competition purposes.

    That isn’t happening especially in the town I live so if I want faster speeds then 70MB using outdated Openreach infrastructure, I have to use Virgin as Openreach has no plans to enable FTTP for my local exchange.

    I’ve been with VM02 for 19 months and only once have I had no internet for more then 2 days which puts paid to the claim that Virgin is unreliable now….

  15. Carl O says:

    Not sure what the beef it tbh unless you’re a cheapskate.

    We were paying £33 a month for Sky FTTP 145/25, we now pay VM as they’re the only big provider here, £34 for 200meg, boosted to 350meg via Volt and unlimited mobile data on O2.

    Quite happy with that, only been live a week but had one drop out, and that coincided with the time that our speed was boosted so no complaints.

    Hooked to a google wifi mesh system and hun in modem mode. Works a treat around the house.

    Not interested in 1gig speeds as it is of zero use to us, same goes for the 350meg but that was a free boost, 200 was fine for work, online gaming and game downloads.

    Everything else requires 25meg max in the real world.

    1. Bent says:

      I need 1 gigabit for the Xbox series x downloads no way I am paying £62 for 1 measly gig

      Yes I am a cheap skate vote with your wallet instead of isps like virgin medias coffers

    2. anonymous says:

      If you actually need it pay for it. If you could afford a Series X and the high prices for software you can afford to pay more for broadband.

    3. Bean says:

      anonymous says:
      January 27, 2022 at 12:01 pm
      If you actually need it pay for it. If you could afford a Series X and the high prices for software you can afford to pay more for broadband.

      Nah I prefer 5g broadband as a cheap skate saving money downloading Xbox series x games on 5g is brilliant . Just need unlimited data only sim .

  16. Ping says:

    After a couple of months of running 3 5G and virgin gig1 in parallel I’m ditching the latter.

    The reliability of 3 has been good – better in fact than virgin which has had a number of dropped connections and latency spikes as measured on a Broadband Quality Monitor.

    Price wise – at £23 a month, 3 compares well to Virgin at £62 a month.

    Download speeds are also very good on 3 – typically between 750 and 1100Mbps and uploads are a lot faster on 3 – 100Mbps and above compared to 52 Mbps on Virgin.

  17. Karl Betts says:

    I find it very amusing that this rubbish website sensors what you really want to say. It’s a wonder these companies are allowed to get away with so much crap

    1. Matt says:

      Yet here you are commenting on “this rubbish website”.

      Move along.

    2. Karl Betts says:

      Matt why don’t you mind your own business!

    3. anonymous says:

      You made it our business when you saw fit to whine in public, Karl.

  18. Rob L, Glasgow says:

    Virgin Media have been great for my household throughout the pandemic. I know it seems to the in-thing to bash them, but I think most of their customers get on fine with them.

    We “only” have the 200/20 connection (which Google WiFi tells me is actually giving 212/22 every day) but the key thing for me is its been incredibly stable. I’ve found it very reliable indeed. The one time we had a problem (the neighbour chopped through the cable while making a fence…) they came out quickly and fixed it properly.

    And as far as I can tell, having a faster connection would offer us no benefit, as we don’t go anywhere near maxing it out, either up or down.

  19. Guest says:

    Nobody needs 1GB to play video games online or download them, a 100MB connection is more then enough as to those who insist that they need 1GB download speeds but then complain about the cost, do you really need those speeds?

    I can get 1GB with VMO2 however I have no real need for it, 100MB is more then enough for what I use eg online gaming mostly.

    1. anonymous says:

      If you download a lot of files, like video and audio regularly then you need higher than 100mbps unless you don’t mind waiting around. Before the usual of barrage of assumption of illegal files, I am talking about legitimate and legal ones. iTunes or any off site backups you need to download or servers for work; just fleeting examples.

      Fast packages come with faster uploads and on VM you need 1GBS just to get a paltry 52mbps upload (if your are lucky). Faster uploads are required for cloud working (syncing to onedrive, box or dropbox for example).

    2. Bean says:

      Xbox series x digital downloads are 100 gig plus so you need 1 gigabit downloads to download games faster .

    3. Bean says:

      100 mpbs will take 2 hours and abit no thanks 500 mpbs will take 30 mins so i haven’t got time to wait hours to download a game pal .

    4. anonymous says:

      If downloading games happens so often it’s a big issue for you Bean/Bent you clearly have a fair amount of money to be buying them, so paying up for broadband rather than expecting it to drop to the price you want should be fine.

      I’d quite like a Ferrari. I’m not expecting them to drop the price on my account.

  20. Graeme says:

    Much debate with VM02 but existing customer upgrade for £55/m with £35 fee for new router. 18 months new contract – they pointed out about 10 times that new contracts have no more increases (rpi or otherwise) so maybe an end to that nonsense.

    Confirmation email says £48/m

    So will see where we end up.

  21. Fed Up says:

    I disagree that you need 1GB speeds to download 100GB data, what’s wrong with just being patient and going with a slower speed, it’s not the end of the world if it takes 2 mins or 2 hours.

    Most gamers can easily cope with 100MB, 200MB etc so I don’t buy the argument that 1GB downloads is needed for downloading games.

    1. Ben says:

      @fed up Stuff waiting hours if I wanna do that I go back to dial speeds yes I am being sarcastic of your pathetic post . Go back to 1960s if you wanna wait ages.

      I’m up for gigabit broadband hate waiting for downloads

    2. anonymous says:

      Its called the “free market”. Customers decide what services they want and pay.

      Just cause 100mbps is fine for you, it ISN’T for others. OMG, people have spelt this out that if you want a higher upload speed for cloud working and backup of data, you usually have to have a faster download speed package (like on VM).

      If you worked for a media/news/web site organisation and you needed to download and upload video – you dont want to wait around.

      If you have onedrive syncing; why would I want to leave my PC on for hours on a slow upload package??! That’s just one quick example.

  22. Bean says:

    I disagree that you need 1GB speeds to download 100GB data, what’s wrong with just being patient and going with a slower speed, it’s not the end of the world if it takes 2 mins or 2 hours.

    Most gamers can easily cope with 100MB, 200MB etc so I don’t buy the argument that 1GB downloads is needed for downloading games.

    No body wants to wait for a game download hours or days to download a game ffs

    If you wanna do that get rid of broadband go dial up instead yes I am being sarcastic

    1. Bean's Reality Check says:

      Typical troll answer, you make it sound like 100MB is like dial up when it’s actually quite fast and I have downloaded games using it plus updates and they don’t take long at all not when you compare it to 38MB or less when it did take all night to download the latest GTA title, now it’s a case of half hour or so and it’s done.

      Nobody needs to download a game in seconds!

      As to claiming that 5G is so wonderful, you obviously don’t live in the real world as it’s nowhere near the required coverage to replace VMO2 or Openreach, for example O2 don’t provide 5G broadband only EE, Vodafone or Three does and they’re only useful if you happen to live in a area with very decent 5G coverage.

      For example; in two London sites with Vodafone and Three, Vodafone has very poor 5G coverage no matter what they say and while Three does have decent 5G speeds, their coverage does leave something to be desired which is the fault of the councils and the nimbys protesting every time a mobile operator wishes to introduce a 5G service to the local area.

      Where I live I can only get 5G on Giff Gaff so that rules out 5G broadband and there’s no plans from any operator to either extend 5G coverage to me or for Openreach to introduce FTTP so I’m stuck on 100MB even tho with VMO2 I can get up to 1GB download speeds, the reason I don’t go with it is simply because I have no need of those speeds.

      Those who insist they need 1GB or more download speeds to download the latest video games sorely need a dose of reality as they really don’t need those speeds.

    2. goal says:

      Bean’s Reality Check says:
      January 27, 2022 at 3:47 pm
      Typical troll answer, you make it sound like 100MB is like dial up when it’s actually quite fast and I have downloaded games using it plus updates and they don’t take long at all not when you compare it to 38MB or less when it did take all night to download the latest GTA title, now it’s a case of half hour or so and it’s done.

      Nobody needs to download a game in seconds!

      As to claiming that 5G is so wonderful, you obviously don’t live in the real world as it’s nowhere near the required coverage to replace VMO2 or Openreach, for example O2 don’t provide 5G broadband only EE, Vodafone or Three does and they’re only useful if you happen to live in a area with very decent 5G coverage.

      For example; in two London sites with Vodafone and Three, Vodafone has very poor 5G coverage no matter what they say and while Three does have decent 5G speeds, their coverage does leave something to be desired which is the fault of the councils and the nimbys protesting every time a mobile operator wishes to introduce a 5G service to the local area.

      Where I live I can only get 5G on Giff Gaff so that rules out 5G broadband and there’s no plans from any operator to either extend 5G coverage to me or for Openreach to introduce FTTP so I’m stuck on 100MB even tho with VMO2 I can get up to 1GB download speeds, the reason I don’t go with it is simply because I have no need of those speeds.

      Those who insist they need 1GB or more download speeds to download the latest video games sorely need a dose of reality as they really don’t need those speeds.

      your a virgin media bootlicking sheep and that’s your deluded opinion and I do need 1 gigabit broadband but no way I am paying £62 from vm 02 when I can get it on 5g for £30 instead and the upload speed on vm is crap 52 mpbs upload pathetic when can get in USA you can not only get mm wave 5g the fastest 5g in world than uk you also get 1000 mpbs up and 1000 mpbs down screw virgin media sky bt they all crap and overpriced .

      people got to start voting with there wallets instead of bootlicking like these people on this website if stupid people want to pay stupid prices for broadband that’s ‘s there problem not mine you mugs kissing vm arses mugs I am laughing at you not with you .

      #and plus I don’t to wait hours to download games ffs its 2022 not 1992 when dial up was here in uk ffs .

  23. SM says:

    The stupidly slow upload speed is what keeps me away from this. I upload huge files on a daily basis and it’s crazy that 4G via Vodafone offers slightly faster upload speeds than my current 500mbps VM package.

  24. dazz says:

    i pay £33 for GIG 1 with the free volt upgrade and £10/m for 60gb sim card. No problems with dropouts, I get around 1150mb on a wired connection and way over 600mb on a wifi 6 device.
    I agree the upload speed is not the best and it is trumped by BT and EE but they cant get anywhere near £33 so its swings and roundabouts.

    1. Bean says:

      Rip off

  25. dazz says:

    definitely on glue you, nowhere near rip off. let all that rage out inside you!!

    1. Bean says:

      It’s your opinion

      i pay £33 for GIG 1 with the free volt upgrade and £10/m for 60gb sim card. No problems with dropouts, I get around 1150mb on a wired connection and way over 600mb on a wifi 6 device.
      I agree the upload speed is not the best and it is trumped by BT and EE but they cant get anywhere near £33 so its swings and roundabouts.

      Just need mmWave 5g in uk leaving virgin media for dust £30 a month for 4gigabit fastest 5g in world like they do in USA

      So yes it is a rip off .

      Why would I need to pay broadband for gig1 and a poxy virgin mobile/02 volt when I can just buy a 5g router on Amazon £400 to £500 unlocked and a sim only data only contract unlimited on a mobile network

      Than wasting money on crap isps like virgin media sky ect

      They old fashioned weirdo stranger at your home with a virgin media jumper or sky logo jumper installing wires at your home and dig a hole for virgin media cables underneath when you just a 5g router and a unlimited data sim only 5g on three .

      Nah ta

      5g router requires no wires no weirdo stranger / Engineer installing broadband ect saving you money in long run .

    2. Fold says:

      It’s your opinion
      yes I am trolling .
      i pay £33 for GIG 1 with the free volt upgrade and £10 a month for 60 gigabyte sim card. No problems with dropouts, I get around 1150 megabits on a wired connection and way over 600 megabits on a wifi 6 device.
      I agree the upload speed is not the best and it is trumped by BT and EE but they cant get anywhere near £33 so its swings and roundabouts.

      Just need millimetre Wave 5G in uk leaving virgin media for dust £30 a month for 4 gigabit fastest 5G in world like they do in USA America .

      So yes it is a rip off .

      Why would I need to pay broadband for gig1 and a poxy virgin mobile/02 volt SIM card when I can just buy a 5G router on Amazon £400 to £500 unlocked and a sim only data only contract unlimited on a mobile network

      Than wasting money on crap internet service providers like virgin media sky bt talk talk now tv broadband ect

      Thats old fashioned for ffs I don’t want a weirdo stranger at my home with a virgin media jumper or sky logo jumper installing wires at your home and dig a hole for virgin media cables underneath when you just get a 5G router and a unlimited data sim only 5G on three .
      5G rollout in uk is piss poor due to not in my backyard people and councils protesting 5g mast in the local areas around uk pathetic tech illiterate public and tech illiterate Councillor’s keep rejecting 5g masts in uk hence why there’s little to no 5g coverage around uk .

      5G router requires no wires no weirdo stranger / Engineer installing broadband ect saving you money in the long run .

  26. bean says:

    I finding it amusing I am only on here to troll the bootlickers and virgin media shills/defenders on this website pmsl. if stupid people wanna pay stupid prices then that’s there not mine you mugs !.

    1. Matthew says:

      How are people mugs when thay get good treatment from there isp funny thay phoned me today and gave me top everything that I was on with a hefty discount package woth 150 was getting it for 120.99 now getting all of it for 89 pound sit her and cry about it virgin are not a bad company at all speeds constant the more people leve the better for us

  27. Cayden says:

    I’ll forever stay with alt-nets. A couple of bad-uns out there but all are better than your Talk Talks, Virgins and Vodafone’s. I think even if they offered 1Gbps free I wouldn’t choose them. Service is awful, stupid wait times, always get a faulty router within a few weeks, and the prices you incur at the end of your contract are ridiculous, it just pushed customers away.

  28. Matthew says:

    What do you guys expect and a giveaway broadband for free

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