Home Internet - Up to $40/month bill credit for mobility customers for 12 months (100/10 for $40/month) + $50 gc - YMMV
- Virgin Plus
I called today for a few of the details:
- For existing or new mobility customers.
- Up to $40/month bill credit for 12 months.
- Month to month. No contract.
- 100/10 is currently $80/month. This makes the 100/10 plan $40/month +tax. I didn't look into other plan costs.
- They can increase the base rate at any time, so there is a small risk this goes up a bit during the 12 months.
- Virgin is owned by Bell. If you subscribe to Virgin, you'll be on the Bell network.
- If your house already has a FTTH drop, you'll receive a HomeHub 3000 and can do a self install.
- If your neighbourhood has FTTH infrastructure, Virgin will schedule a Bell tech to install a fibre drop. You'll receive a HomeHub 3000. You'll be FTTH at 100/10.
- If your neighbourhood is FTTN, you'll receive a HomeHub 2000. You may be able to do a self install, but may need a tech to do the install if you aren't wired for bonded twisted pairs. You'll receive VDSL2 service.
- In some less developed areas, you might only be able to receive 50/10 as the top plan.
You can schedule for a date in the future. The 12 month clock starts ticking on the date of installation.
Schedule to align with your current deal ending, schedule a cancellation of your existing, and wait for a win back call from your current provider; or maximize your current promotion by scheduling to align with it ending; or give yourself time to wait for those Black Friday deals to roll in.
We scheduled our install for the first week of November, a week before our Fido deal expires.
Edit: A day after ordering, received an email stating we qualify for a $50 prepaid Visa card if we install within 30 days of ordering and maintain the account in good standing for at least 60 days. I'll be pulling the install forward a month.
This is a little bit different from the $25/month bill credit in this posted deal.
Because the credit showed up as an offer in our account, I'm not sure how widespread the offer is. YMMV. We're also in Ontario, so I'm not sure if this is available in other Bell service territories.