Virgin Mobile to increase prices for millions from July
Virgin Mobile is to hit millions of mobile customers with price hikes of 1.5% from 1 July. The provider has confirmed it started to notify affected customers about the increase in early May - but you won’t be able to cancel penalty-free unless you are out-of-contract.
25 May 2021
140,000 Virgin Mobile customers face April price hikes
Around 140,000 pay-monthly Virgin Mobile customers will see their bills rise from April because the operator is scrapping some of its tariffs, MoneySavingExpert can reveal
25 February 2020
Virgin Mobile to offer free data or day's refund after outage
Virgin Mobile customers who were affected by Tuesday's outage will be offered free data or compensation, the firm has announced
16 May 2019
Virgin Mobile to increase prices – and furious customers find out during major outage
Virgin Mobile customers have expressed their displeasure at an upcoming price rise – revealed to them on a day a service issue meant many could not make calls, send texts or use data
14 May 2019
Virgin Mobile announces price hikes for 250,000 customers
About 250,000 Virgin Mobile customers will see their bills rise from April
21 February 2019
Virgin to hit 1.6m mobile customers with 3.3% price rise
Virgin Mobile is increasing pay-monthly contracts by 3.3% plus the price of out-of-allowance calls and roaming costs
11 May 2018
Samsung S9 on sale today - how to find the cheapest deals
Samsung's new Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus smartphones officially launch on Friday, but you can pre-order now
13 March 2018
Mobile networks agree to scrap unlocking charges
All major mobile networks have dropped unlocking charges for pay monthly customers outside their minimum contract term
9 October 2016
EE customers without mobile signal can now have calls connected via wifi
EE's new service automatically detects and uses a wifi connection to make and receive calls and texts
10 April 2015
Travelling outside Europe? You could incur hefty voicemail charges
Many mobile customers are being charged for messages they don't even listen to when travelling outside the EEA
9 January 2015
28 July 2021
First Direct's £100 bank switch bribe - go quick
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New. Broadband price war
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Slash PCR travel test costs to £40
Avoid £100+ fees
'I reclaimed £3,500 in packaged bank fees'
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