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Virgin Mobile announce new Pay As You Go tariff called Daily Bonus

New announcement from Virgin Mobile, they have just launched the all new Pay As You Go tariff called “Daily Bonus”, they are saying it is all straight-forward, no confusing jargon, simple and value for money pricing structure set up.

All new and existing PAYG (Pay As You Go) customers can get in on this amazing deal; let me break it down how good this new Daily Bonus deal is. Say all you signed up Virgin Mobile customers makes five minutes of calls a day to any UK mobile phone or landline phone, you will in return receive five free minutes of calls it is that simple.

Existing customers may possibly be on something similar as the Daily Bonus deal which is pretty similar to that of lasts years Bonus Minutes plan that offered a buy five, get five structure. The only difference is this time round the same goes for texts, so basically send five in a day and get five free; the new flat rate for calls in fact means that the phone time charged at 15p per minute.

Get in on this amazing Pay As You Go tariff called “Daily Bonus” here.

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4 thoughts on “Virgin Mobile announce new Pay As You Go tariff called Daily Bonus”

  1. Dom says:

    So only one free five mins per day, right? If you read it…
    on the old system, you get 15p per minute and then 5 p a min after that
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    On the new, you pay 15p per min for 5 thats 75 then you get 5 free then after that you pay 15p per minute for the rest of the call

    So a half hour call on the new system costs £3.00

    on the old costs £1

    therefore you lose on a long call? They win…
    Am I right?

  2. E says:

    They don’t win when it’s to different networks –

    on other networks on payg it is 35p per minutes, on daily bonus it is 15p per minute with 5 free too, so there are clear savings there.

    Very good for cross-network callers.

  3. jonesylar says:

    …and, if you add bundles of texts or minutes on top of the Daily Bonus tariff, you play contracts at their own game without being tied to a handset for 18 months. Works fine for me.

  4. jonesylar says:

    …and, if you add bundles of texts or minutes on top of the Daily Bonus tariff you play contracts at their own game and keep a proper track of your money. Too many people boast about contracts while not realising they’re paying over the odds month after month on picture messaging and business calls. This tariff works fine for me, loads of texts in a bundle and 15p per minute doesn’t add up to much.