Virgin Mobile Home Internet Reviews and Plans
|February 8, 2021|
|Submitted by:||Martyna (Ontario , ON)|
SPAM/FRAUD!! The worse Customer Service !! They treat you like you're stupid/s**t !!
I was set up with Unlimited Text and Calls Plan; meabwhile I was charched $300 because apparently I went over my minutes ?! Never received text/e-mail/or notification ?! Now Virgin is trying to cover their a*s by adding info. on my account that apparently I received a text message notyfing me that I went ovee $50 ?! HAHAHA ... JOKE OF THE YEAR !! I would nevee reccomend Virgin to anyone; and I'm switching the provider.
|March 30, 2020|
|Submitted by:||Randhawa (brampton , ON)|
slow speedRecently got this internet service, but speed is not even enough to run a single laptop . Just ok for emails.. when I use youtube ...it start freezing.
I got the one 50mbps unlimited.
Reply from: John
September 21, 2020
Have you got the issue resolved? I am looking at the Virgin Mobile Interenet 50mb also.
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Download: 50 Mbps
Upload: 10 Mbps
Virgin Mobile, the 'cool' brand of Bell Mobility for the Millenial generation entered in the Home Internet wagon. It follows the steps of rivals like Kodoo (Telus) and Fido (Rogers). Virgin Mobile Home Internet offer is very much the same, you get a data-only subscription with a wireless router that uses a mobile SIM card, same as the one that goes into mobile phones or tablets.
Let us now focus on our review the different plans and prices from Virgin Mobile Home Internet.
- 25 Mbps Down, 10 Mbps Upload, Unlimited Usage @ $60/mo
- 50 Mbps Down, 10 Mbps Upload, Unlimited Usage @ $70/mo
- 100 Mbps Down, 10 Mbps Upload, Unlimited Usage @ $80/mo
Virgin Mobile also 'warms' that price may increase during the subscription. The way to understand that is that Virgin Mobile is saying they will likely hike up the rate and then if they get called on it Virgin will say "told you so"!
The plans in itself aren't all that bad, offering a good mix of Download speed and upload. The fact these are running on the back of Bell's LTE network is a good comfort. Though is ironic the Virgin Mobile Home Internet advertises a 10 Mbps Upload though they do disclose that most of Virgin "members" get 7.5 Mbps Upload. Then why not to just say it is 7.5 Mbps Upload then? In any event however cool it may look to be a member of Virgin Mobile Home Internet, remember big Ma Bell is behind and you can expect it's influencing via contracts and annual prices hike up.
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