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Virgin Mobile expands Sim only offerings

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Virgin Mobile expands Sim only offerings

Virgin is expanding pretty well and they have expanded their SIM only deals which offers customers with unlimited texts, unlimited data and unlimited V to V calls. Not bad...

Virgin has launched a Sim-only offer for September, across three tariffs, called ‘Supersize’.

The tariffs of £10, £15 and £18 a month will offer customers unlimited texts, unlimited mobile web access for 30p a day and unlimited Virgin Mobile to Virgin Mobile calls.

Virgin Media customers, who already use a Virgin service such as TV, broadband or landline will benefit from extra inclusive minutes.

I wonder how much "unlimited" they can actually afford to give you? What is the words I'm looking for... ah yes... There Is No Such Thing As A Free Lunch. Make sure you read the small print before signing up. However if you do not abuse it, I think it's a great deal!

Would you consider switching to them for these great deals?

[Via: Mobile Magazine Exec]

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