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Home Internet 100MBPS Unlimited $45/month for 12 months - Ontario only!

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Jr. Member
May 15, 2008
144 posts
84 upvotes
Mississauga
Is this deal dead? it doesn't exist on their website anymore.
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Oct 11, 2006
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jason.chan07 wrote: Is this deal dead? it doesn't exist on their website anymore.
no, you can chat on website then they will offer to you 100/10 speed $70-$25promotion=$45 for 1 year.
Jr. Member
May 15, 2008
144 posts
84 upvotes
Mississauga
Does this only work if you sign up a new service or has anyone had luck having the customer just switching them over from an exisiting plan
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Apr 21, 2008
482 posts
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Voyboii wrote: Is the Fido deal not better than this?
If you're looking at price purely, then yah Fido is better.

However I think Virgin they'll actually send a tech to your house too hook-up. Fido is self install, knowing you have an active coaxial cable line available. Then the whole DSL/Fibre vs Cable internet pros and cons.
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Mar 28, 2005
7819 posts
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Cornwall, Ontario
jason.chan07 wrote: Does this only work if you sign up a new service or has anyone had luck having the customer just switching them over from an exisiting plan
I'm on my second year with Virgin.
First year was with the half price 100/10 promo, ie $35.-per month.
That expired in December 2020.
I was getting my ducks in a row ready to switch, then called in and they offered the $25.- discount on the 100/10 service for a year so I decided to take that instead of switching.
I have FTTH - service is very good. I had one momentary outage since I started with Virgin - miles better than cable which I had before.
All I can suggest is to start a chat and see what they say.
I think if you have a viable alternative and if you are very polite you have the best chance of getting the promo for a renewal.
Newbie
Apr 27, 2008
90 posts
114 upvotes
GTA
It looks like base prices have gone up by $10 in Ontario

50/10 - $70
100/10 - $80

I'm an existing customer, going to see if I can keep my credit or if I'll need to cancel and re-activate
Newbie
Aug 29, 2017
73 posts
30 upvotes
encrypter wrote: It looks like base prices have gone up by $10 in Ontario

50/10 - $70
100/10 - $80

I'm an existing customer, going to see if I can keep my credit or if I'll need to cancel and re-activate
Yes. but you can get 50% off offer. 50/10 - $35 100/10 - $40. So it is cheaper.
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Mar 28, 2005
7819 posts
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Cornwall, Ontario
davidsong wrote: Yes. but you can get 50% off offer. 50/10 - $35 100/10 - $40. So it is cheaper.
Where do you see that?
Newbie
Aug 29, 2017
73 posts
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got a call and offered $40 for 100M.
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Member
May 28, 2004
201 posts
193 upvotes
$50 is the cheapest they offered how do people get for $40
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Feb 20, 2015
3804 posts
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Southern Ontario
encrypter wrote: It looks like base prices have gone up by $10 in Ontario

50/10 - $70
100/10 - $80

I'm an existing customer, going to see if I can keep my credit or if I'll need to cancel and re-activate
I was told the ($25/month off) credit is good for a year but it says on the site that the service cost might go up. Looks like I'll be paying more with $80-$25 now, if that's how it works.

Maybe this was their hook, to get new subscribers with the deal then raise the price. It's still better than what I had for similar money so I'm not going to jump ship. I can see why people would feel badly about this though and may not be even a "warm" deal as it sits.

If anyone leaves the service, please post where you go or if they offer you a different deal.
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Mar 28, 2005
7819 posts
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Cornwall, Ontario
Yes - the credit is applied for the year but the base price may vary.
But I would check to make sure the credit is applied every month - for the first year I was with Virgin I had a credit of $35.- off $70.- for 100/10 which worked perfectly all year, then I renewed in Dec. 2020 with a $25.- credit and I had to call in each month so far to get the bill manually adjusted because the system didn't apply the $25.- credit.
There was no hassle doing it but it was 20+ minutes of my time each time.
I finally complained to the Executive Office and hopefully things are fixed for the next billing cycle.

Service btw so far has been flawless - I'm on FTTH and every speed check comes in better than 100/10
Sr. Member
Sep 16, 2012
730 posts
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Toronto
krs wrote: Yes - the credit is applied for the year but the base price may vary.
But I would check to make sure the credit is applied every month - for the first year I was with Virgin I had a credit of $35.- off $70.- for 100/10 which worked perfectly all year, then I renewed in Dec. 2020 with a $25.- credit and I had to call in each month so far to get the bill manually adjusted because the system didn't apply the $25.- credit.
There was no hassle doing it but it was 20+ minutes of my time each time.
I finally complained to the Executive Office and hopefully things are fixed for the next billing cycle.

Service btw so far has been flawless - I'm on FTTH and every speed check comes in better than 100/10
What speeds are you currently getting? Also on Bell FTTH and thinking of migrating because of pricing.
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Mar 28, 2005
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Cornwall, Ontario
I started with Bell FTTH when they had introductory pricing, then switched to Virgin a year and a half ago.
Speed is always very consistent - did a test right now - results below.
I don't think I ever got less than 100 down and 10 up - best is 125 down and 12 up, otherwise consistently between these two numbers.
Had cable before fiber - speed there was all over the map all the time, sometimes down to 2 Mb/s
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Newbie
Mar 31, 2019
14 posts
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I see $40/month for 100Mbps/10Mbps now on Virgin website.
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Mar 28, 2005
7819 posts
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Cornwall, Ontario
Does anyone know if this is available for existing customers?
Nothing about that on the Virgin website.
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Aug 19, 2005
2340 posts
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York
krs wrote: Does anyone know if this is available for existing customers?
Nothing about that on the Virgin website.
You'd have to cancel and reorder to qualify.
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