Every post of this does not read very easily or written differently.New Customers only - anything for the Loyal Customers
Hi Dave.I was offered a one-off £10 bill credit to sign up at £6.25 per month. I'm currently on Ultimate Oomph, after telling them I was already on the highest package plus Prime and Netflix. I said leave it for now, bit I may try again.
I don't mind paying the extra, but what I object to is that new customers don't have to. Loyalty gets you nowhere.Hi Dave.
Yes if they don't give it to you soon....
Wait a few months and it will be free or a £1
In fact subscribers who have purchased it are saying its not working anyway
Explains it then - thanks - now for sky sports in UHD would be the icing on the cakeThis email from Virgin sent by a moderator is on the Virgin help forum
sky ultra HD subscription ain’t working right now, the relevant codes are not available. It has been suspended for a short time to get it working
1. Sky entertainment being readded correctly not just discovery bar.
2. The subscribe codes needed are not on the virgin media system.
3. Misleading info on the purchase screen for new customers “
Sky Entertainment & Cinema Ultra HD
Sky Sports HD, Sky Cinema Ultra HD, BT Sport Ultimate, Virgin TV Ultra HD in diamond-clear Ultra HD
Enjoy Ultra HD through Prime Video and Netflix (if you subscribe)
Watch and stream on all your screens with Virgin TV 360 £6 per month
4. Also the ooommmpph bundle could also be getting updated this week to add this in the price, this might require a new contract
Its not likely to be solved before Monday at the moment and calling customer services right now can’t fix it and there is a message being added to the telephone lines explaining this and virgin media advisors have no further information at the time
Heyso what’s the latest?
Your TV info button will tell you what resolution its being broadcast in?Hey
From the Forms , a few people have signed up but the next row is about is it actually UHD ( Which it doesn't seem to be) lots of them are saying it looks no different , but a guy who does know what he is on about said it is .....??
Still not impressing me especially as it could still be showing in HD
If it's the 360 box then it will only let you output in one resolution (where as the Tivo box let's you select multiple and will switch them)Your TV info button will tell you what resolution its being broadcast in?
Thanks how do you action this spud ?If it's the 360 box then it will only let you output in one resolution (where as the Tivo box let's you select multiple and will switch them)
So even if the film is in HD quality it will display the output resolution as UHD if that's the output resolution you have selected, I assume the box will do some up scaling from HD to UHD resolutions.