How to find your Virgin Media broadband contract end date
Want to find out when your Virgin Media contract ends? This is the guide for you. Here, we're going to tell you exactly what you need to do to track down your Virgin Media contract's end date.
Even better, if you discover you're outside your contract! This is the perfect time to switch and save cash on your monthly bills. Remember, the majority of providers put prices up for people who aren't in a contract.
Find your Virgin Media contract end date online in "My Virgin Media"
"My Virgin Media" is your account portal on the Virgin Media website, where you can view and manage various aspects of your Virgin account, including finding out the contract end date.
- Step 1: Go to https://my.virginmedia.com/home/signIn to get started.
- Step 2: Enter your email address and password, and click "Sign In".
- Step 3: Click on "View Contract" to see details of your contract, including the expiry date (in the top right, below 'Minimum period').
Call Virgin Media to find your contract end date
If you want to talk to someone about your contract, you can contact the Virgin Media customer service team. They should be able to provide you with all the details you need to know about your service.
You can find out more information on Virgin Media's customer service hours with our guide - how to contact Virgin Media customer services and technical support.
Out of contract? Switch to a cheaper deal!
If you're no longer in a contract with Virgin Media, you might be paying a lot more than you need to. Many providers hike prices for people who aren't in a contract with them. This is your chance to get some serious savings by switching to another provider.
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Alternatively, you can see what other deals are available by using this checker to compare offers in your area:
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If you love your service from Virgin Media, you can contact the support team and discuss your options with them. Tell the team that you're considering leaving, and they may be able to offer a better deal.
Just remember, since the best savings are often reserved for new customers, you might be better off going to a new provider. Check out our internet deals to see the latest offers available in your area.
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