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  #21  
Old May 23rd 17, 07:05 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Woody
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"John Stepney" wrote in message
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On 22/05/2017 20:35, Woody wrote:
[snipped]

It is correct that you get charged more for B/B alone than for
B/B+phone, but there is nothing that says you have to use the
phone.
Indeed the phone is the VM limitation, not only for their
horrendous
call charges but also that they don't permit alternative call
routers
such as 18185 and 1866 where BT do. You can of course use VoIP as
an
alternative for cheaper calls (especially to mobiles) on which VM
impose no restriction.

[snipped]

A couple of observations from a Virgin Media customer. B/B + phone
is cheaper for the first year only, then more expensive:

100B/B 32.25, 100+phone* 40.00 (32.00 year 1)
200B/B 37.25, 200+phone* 45.00 (37.00 year 1)
300B/B 47.25, 300+phone* 58.00 (50.00 year 1)

Line rental + Talk weekends

You certainly can use 18185 with a VM phone line (I do). Not by
dialling 18185, of course, but by using their free access number
(0808 170 3703).



Possibly so but it is the B/B that is reduced in the first year - the
telephone is the same throughout (and I'm a VM customer as well.)

Oh, and search as I may I cannot find any prices that look anything
like those quoted above. Got a link?



--
Woody

harrogate3 at ntlworld dot com


  #22  
Old May 23rd 17, 10:57 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Nick
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On 23/05/2017 19:05, Woody wrote:

100B/B 32.25, 100+phone* 40.00 (32.00 year 1)
200B/B 37.25, 200+phone* 45.00 (37.00 year 1)
300B/B 47.25, 300+phone* 58.00 (50.00 year 1)

Line rental + Talk weekends

You certainly can use 18185 with a VM phone line (I do). Not by
dialling 18185, of course, but by using their free access number
(0808 170 3703).



Possibly so but it is the B/B that is reduced in the first year - the
telephone is the same throughout (and I'm a VM customer as well.)

Oh, and search as I may I cannot find any prices that look anything
like those quoted above. Got a link?


http://www.virginmedia.com/shop/broadband.html#more

Then click find out more, on any package you are interested in.
  #23  
Old May 24th 17, 07:37 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Woody
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Default Sipgate postal address authentication


"Nick" wrote in message
news
On 23/05/2017 19:05, Woody wrote:

100B/B 32.25, 100+phone* 40.00 (32.00 year 1)
200B/B 37.25, 200+phone* 45.00 (37.00 year 1)
300B/B 47.25, 300+phone* 58.00 (50.00 year 1)

Line rental + Talk weekends

You certainly can use 18185 with a VM phone line (I do). Not by
dialling 18185, of course, but by using their free access number
(0808 170 3703).



Possibly so but it is the B/B that is reduced in the first year -
the
telephone is the same throughout (and I'm a VM customer as well.)

Oh, and search as I may I cannot find any prices that look anything
like those quoted above. Got a link?

http://www.virginmedia.com/shop/broadband.html#more

Then click find out more, on any package you are interested in.



Yes, I had seen these pages but as I said there is nothing there that
matches the figures quoted in the post, and there still isn't


--
Woody

harrogate3 at ntlworld dot com


  #24  
Old May 24th 17, 08:04 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
John Stepney
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On 24/05/2017 07:37, Woody wrote:
"Nick" wrote in message
news
On 23/05/2017 19:05, Woody wrote:

100B/B 32.25, 100+phone* 40.00 (32.00 year 1)
200B/B 37.25, 200+phone* 45.00 (37.00 year 1)
300B/B 47.25, 300+phone* 58.00 (50.00 year 1)

Line rental + Talk weekends

You certainly can use 18185 with a VM phone line (I do). Not by
dialling 18185, of course, but by using their free access number
(0808 170 3703).



Possibly so but it is the B/B that is reduced in the first year -
the
telephone is the same throughout (and I'm a VM customer as well.)

Oh, and search as I may I cannot find any prices that look anything
like those quoted above. Got a link?

http://www.virginmedia.com/shop/broadband.html#more

Then click find out more, on any package you are interested in.



Yes, I had seen these pages but as I said there is nothing there that
matches the figures quoted in the post, and there still isn't


I'm grateful to Nick for providing the link, as that is precisely where
I got the figures from. I'd like to know what you're seeing.
  #25  
Old May 24th 17, 02:24 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Woody
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"John Stepney" wrote in message
...
On 24/05/2017 07:37, Woody wrote:
"Nick" wrote in message
news
On 23/05/2017 19:05, Woody wrote:

100B/B 32.25, 100+phone* 40.00 (32.00 year 1)
200B/B 37.25, 200+phone* 45.00 (37.00 year 1)
300B/B 47.25, 300+phone* 58.00 (50.00 year 1)

Line rental + Talk weekends

You certainly can use 18185 with a VM phone line (I do). Not by
dialling 18185, of course, but by using their free access number
(0808 170 3703).



Possibly so but it is the B/B that is reduced in the first year -
the
telephone is the same throughout (and I'm a VM customer as well.)

Oh, and search as I may I cannot find any prices that look
anything
like those quoted above. Got a link?

http://www.virginmedia.com/shop/broadband.html#more

Then click find out more, on any package you are interested in.



Yes, I had seen these pages but as I said there is nothing there
that
matches the figures quoted in the post, and there still isn't


I'm grateful to Nick for providing the link, as that is precisely
where I got the figures from. I'd like to know what you're seeing.


Cut from above

[100B/B 32.25, 100+phone* 40.00 (32.00 year 1)]
I do not see 32.25

[200B/B 37.25, 200+phone* 45.00 (37.00 year 1)]
I do not see 37.25

[300B/B 47.25, 300+phone* 58.00 (50.00 year 1)]
I see 47pm for 12 months then 55, not 58

Has someone read something somewhere else or was it finger trouble?


--
Woody

harrogate3 at ntlworld dot com


  #26  
Old May 24th 17, 04:29 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
John Stepney
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On 24/05/2017 14:24, Woody wrote:
"John Stepney" wrote in message
...
On 24/05/2017 07:37, Woody wrote:
"Nick" wrote in message
news On 23/05/2017 19:05, Woody wrote:

100B/B 32.25, 100+phone* 40.00 (32.00 year 1)
200B/B 37.25, 200+phone* 45.00 (37.00 year 1)
300B/B 47.25, 300+phone* 58.00 (50.00 year 1)

Line rental + Talk weekends

You certainly can use 18185 with a VM phone line (I do). Not by
dialling 18185, of course, but by using their free access number
(0808 170 3703).



Possibly so but it is the B/B that is reduced in the first year -
the
telephone is the same throughout (and I'm a VM customer as well.)

Oh, and search as I may I cannot find any prices that look
anything
like those quoted above. Got a link?

http://www.virginmedia.com/shop/broadband.html#more

Then click find out more, on any package you are interested in.


Yes, I had seen these pages but as I said there is nothing there
that
matches the figures quoted in the post, and there still isn't


I'm grateful to Nick for providing the link, as that is precisely
where I got the figures from. I'd like to know what you're seeing.


Cut from above

[100B/B 32.25, 100+phone* 40.00 (32.00 year 1)]
I do not see 32.25

[200B/B 37.25, 200+phone* 45.00 (37.00 year 1)]
I do not see 37.25

[300B/B 47.25, 300+phone* 58.00 (50.00 year 1)]
I see 47pm for 12 months then 55, not 58

Has someone read something somewhere else or was it finger trouble?


Not finger trouble - I checked very carefully. Did you use the link
provided? Without even clicking on the "Find out more" buttons, you
should see Broadband only from 32.25 and Broadband & Phone from 32.00.
 




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