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Virgin customers lose UKTV channels - here's what to do if you're affected - MSE News
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I'm currently with virgin for broadband and TV, only just found out that as from today 21st July 2018 they will no longer have UKTV channels, I constantly watch the channel GOLD, only fools and horses a particular favourite, there replacing it with paramount and several other channel changes, can I get out of my contract early with them because of this, because my bill sky high and I've been with them for four or five years now
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There's a thread at https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5870492 btw, perhaps this can be merged?
If your bill is sky high, the channel line up is the least of your problems, phone up and either drop to a cheaper bundle or haggle on the price of your bundle.
Are you still in contract?
If you've been with them so long, you may only need to give a month's notice.
And why are you paying 'a sky high' price? Haven't you haggled?
Yes, I've just seen that thread. I have to admit that I am amazed.
me too, that said nobody has reported that they've actually done so yet. I'm very aware of how clueless the VM CS staff are or at least the foreign based ones. I say this from speaking with them on a daily basis when in work before anyone takes issue with that statement.
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