andyca wrote: »
All those who managed to get a reduced rate, make sure you go back and check your bills. I waited 2-3 months before I realized the new rate was not going to be applied and when I phoned up to complain they said the price offered was on their system but they couldn't do it at that price anymore and I was 3 months in to my new 12 month contract at full price!
I got them to reduce the cost but it was still £5 per month more than we had agreed. I logged a complaint and was told it was my fault for not checking my bills!
MrCinnamon wrote: »
My package was going to be over £80/month. I called them and negotiated a reduction to £41/ month for 6 months then £51 for 12 months. The package has changed as I do not watch many (or any!) non-Freeview channels so reduced TV package from top to bottom-of-the-range. Broadband is still 200 Mbps. Line rental included.
TickersPlaysPop wrote: »
Is everybody happy with the Virginia media Tivo box? I've had it for 3 years and from the beginning it was sluggish, the recent firmware update has made it worse. There are so many posts about the frustratingly slow box it's not my imagination.
cjdavies wrote: »
:mad: not aimed at you.
When I rang them 28 days ago, I wanted BB only at 50Mbps best they could offer was £31.25 :eek: no chance, notice given, cancels on Monday and no callback
bubblegun wrote: »
Legally they cannot do this!
If it's noted on your account they should credit the difference so over a 12m period you don't pay any more or let you leave without penalty.
You need to escalate a complaint.
I see this is an old post!
If you plan to get a place via 'clearing'
Lower your band & save £1,000s
Past-best-before health food etc