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Virgin Media O2 Launch Black Friday Deals and Gives Away £50k Worth of Vouchers

Monday, Nov 6th, 2023 (10:19 am) - Score 2,128
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Broadband ISP and UK mobile operator Virgin Media and O2 (VMO2) has today launched a bunch of new Black Friday discounts and, separate to that, they’re also giving existing ‘Priority‘ members the chance to win up to £30,000 worth of John Lewis gift cards, as well as up to £20,000 worth of Amazon gift cards.

In case anybody has forgotten, the Priority app is the vehicle by which VMO2 rewards existing customers with various offers from high street brands, tickets and experiences – all at no extra cost. As part of that, from today until 20th November, Virgin Media and O2 customers are being offered the chance to win one of three £10,000 John Lewis gift cards and/or one of one hundred £200 Amazon gift cards just in time for Christmas.

As usual, customers can simply enter the prize draw via the Priority app, but that’s not the only news coming from VMO2 today. The operator has also launched their first set of “Black Friday” discounts on their broadband and pay TV bundles, which we’ll summarise below.

VMO2’s Black Friday Offers

➤ Gig1 Fibre broadband only : avg. broadband speed 1130Mbps – Now 3 MONTHS FREE then £45

➤ Big bundle: 110+ channels, avg. speed 54Mbps – Now £31.99

➤ Bigger Combo bundle: 190+ channels, incl. top Sky channels, avg. speed 264Mbps, and weekend calls – Now 3 MONTHS FREE then £39.50

➤ Mega Volt bundle: 230+ channels, incl. Sky Sports & Sky Cinema in HD, avg. speed 516Mbps, anytime calls and unlimited O2 SIM – Now £70

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By Mark Jackson
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15 Responses
  1. Avatar photo sam says:

    you need to update your article from bt sport to tnt sport. Bt sport doesn’t exist anymore.

    1. Mark-Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      That’s actually the wording they sent, which I’ve just pasted. But you’re correct.

  2. Avatar photo Jordan says:

    not a good deal as in march / april your prices go up right? what a joke

    1. Avatar photo Adam says:

      Industry standard, if you dont want to join then dont sign up.

    2. Avatar photo greggles says:

      Does industry wide bad consumer practices count as a form of fixing and anti competitive practice though? I guess as always needs to be proven, but harsh to say dont sign up when everyone is doing it.

  3. Avatar photo Harry Stops says:

    You need to correct your article again. Virgin media no longer include TNT Sports with any package – it’s £18 a month extra. Furthermore customers that currently have TNT sports included will have this removed as being included for free, when they recontract.

    1. Avatar photo Phil says:

      TNT Sports are including in Mega Volt bundle only! Other package are £18 extra month!

    2. Avatar photo Harry Stops says:

      Phil – you are incorrect TNT Sports is not included in any virgin media bundle now, it is NOT included in mega Volt

    3. Avatar photo GreenLantern22 says:

      Just checked on the VM site and Harry is right, there is no mention of TNT Sports on the Mega Volt bundle. The new offer price however brings it much closer to the old Volt Ultimate deal which had TNT Sports and 1 Gb for £85 earlier in the year. Now at £ 70 that means £ 88 with TNT Sports although now with 500Mb. So like for like it will £93 (I think £5 is the cost to upgrade 500Mb to 1Gb) vs £85 before. Only thing I am not sure if £18 gets you TNT Sports in 4K or not…

    4. Avatar photo Phil says:

      That’s shocking from VM not to including TNT Sports in top of the bundle package. They always including in the past with every Black Friday deal.

      VM are downhills now as they expect you to pay more now.

  4. Avatar photo John Waite says:

    Agreed a set cost for a set duration and costs atill go up wont be going with virgin again as they never stick to the agreement.

  5. Avatar photo j karna says:

    It was a good move leaving Virgin after many months of dealing with their
    Indian ‘technical support’, and their retentions team.

  6. Avatar photo Arthur says:

    Big Con
    I was looking at virgin prices for the past month and these are NOT Black Friday Special Price
    These are Normal Prices every day price same for last 3/4 months

    Same like Amazon purchased an item in Prime dealspecial 3 days later the price dropped and was cheaper than Prime Deal

  7. Avatar photo AndyK says:

    Yet another reason why mandated price rises are unjustifiable. If they can afford to sell it to a new customer for that price, they should be selling it to an existing customer for the same price.

    1. Avatar photo Josh Welby says:


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