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Virgin Announces New Mobile Deal With Vodafone

Virgin Media has dropped BT-EE for Vodafone as it strikes a new five year mobile deal. Read More >>

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Virgin Mobile Launches a New Family Plan With an Emphasis on Safety

Virgin Mobile is launching a new family plan exclusive to Virgin Media customers, as long as that family doesn't exceed five smartphones. In that case, little Timmy can just go without. Read More >>

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Virgin Mobile Promises Compensation for Nationwide Outage

There was one of those glitches in the wires and the sky yesterday, but you probably didn't notice because it was only a problem for subscribers of Virgin Mobile, which repurposes the EE network for its own commercial ends. It went down. For hours. For so many hours that someone had to do the job of pretending to be sorry, going much further than issuing a shrugging GIF and a link to the URL for the service status page. Read More >>

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Virgin Mobile is Launching an Unlimited Data Plan With Zero Limits, Even for Tethering

If you want an unlimited mobile data package in this country, your options are pretty limited. Until today the only network to offer that was Three, though it put had to put strict limits on tethering to stop people abusing the system. Now there's a second option from Virgin, and has promised there are absolutely no limits. No fair use policy on data, no speed throttling, and no limits on your tethering. Read More >>

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Twitter Doesn’t Count on Virgin Mobile Data Plans

Virgin's Mobile division has had an idea that might get you switching to one of its plans the next time it's time to sulk off from your current provider -- free data for some services. The latest thing to be added to its data-free whitelist is infinite-scrolling thing-to-do Twitter. Read More >>

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Virgin Mobile Spits Out a Cheapo All-You-Can-Eat Data Plan

The unlimited mobile data wars are starting to hot up. First we had Three's "One Plan", then T-mobile's "Full Monty", and now Virgin's stepped into the ring too with a £25-a-month all-you-can-eat "Premiere" tariff. Read More >>