What is a 30 day rolling contract on Virgin?

What is a 30 day rolling contract on Virgin?

When you reach the end of the 30 days, your rolling broadband contract will automatically roll over into the next month, giving you another 30 days access to the internet. This will continue to happen each month unless you decide to end the agreement with us.

What is rolling monthly contract?

a contract that continues until someone decides to end it, rather than one that continues until a particular date: You may be asked to consider whether you prefer a rolling contract, i.e. one which continues until the required period of notice is given.

Do I have to give 30 days notice to leave Virgin Media?

If you’re on a 30 day rolling contract or you decide to leave us after your minimum fixed term contract period, you’ll just need to give us 30 days’ notice.

Can you cancel a 30 day rolling contract?

As they automatically renew from month to month without you having to do anything, they’re often also referred to as ‘rolling’ contracts. And they’ll just keep going, unless you cancel. If you do decide to cancel, you’ll be free to go after giving 1-month or 30 days’ notice.

Do Virgin do 12 month contracts?

The key things to bear in mind are what broadband speed your household needs, what contract length you need (we currently offer 12 month and 30-day rolling contracts) and what your budget is. We also offer broadband, TV and phone bundles which might suit your households needs.

How do I change from pay as you go to contract on Virgin?

If you would like to switch to a Pay Monthly Plan or stick with Pay As You Go we have a few options for you – call 0345 600 0789 where our team can help guide you through the switching process.

How do I cancel my one month rolling contract?

Our one-month rolling contract doesn’t have a specific end date, so it’ll ‘roll on’ unless you tell us you want it to stop. It’s really easy to cancel and all we need is one month’s notice. Just like any Pay Monthly plan, you can pay your bill each month by Direct Debit.

What’s the difference between a fixed monthly contract and a rolling monthly contract?

The difference is that while standard SIM only contracts require you to commit to a 12-month minimum contract, rolling contract SIMs allow you to cancel at any time, with 30 days’ notice. In the event that you don’t cancel, your contract will automatically refresh and roll over to the next month.

Can Virgin charge me for moving house?

Unlike the other major telecoms providers, which use Openreach’s nationally available infrastructure, Virgin operates its own fibre network which is currently only available to 50% of the country. Customers who relocate to an area that is covered can transfer their contract without charge.

How do I avoid paying my Virgin Media cancellation fee?

If you want to avoid an early-exit fee, your first port of call should be to get in touch with the Virgin Media customer service, which you can contact by phoning 0345 454 1111. This line is open Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm, and Saturday, 8am to 6pm.