Before signing up for a new phone deal, read our review of Virgin to see how it did in our regular mobile phone satisfaction survey.
In our latest survey we spoke to more than 3,300 real customers from 16 of the biggest phone providers, including Vodafone, O2, Vodafone and Three. They told us exactly what they thought of their phone company, from the customer service on offer to the value for money they get.
In this in-depth review of Virgin Mobile, we'll:
|Virgin Mobile customer satisfaction survey results|
|Recommended Provider||Value for money||Customer service||Network reliability||Download speeds||Customer score|
Virgin Mobile uses the Vodafone network. Virgin Mobile is a virtual provider, which means it uses another provider's infrastructure – in this case, Vodafone's. It offers 3G, 4G and 5G coverage.
To check coverage where you live use our free interactive . Simply enter your postcode into the map and it will tell you how good Vodafone's signal is in your area, as well as comparing it with the other providers.
Virgin Mobile offers bundled contract deals that includes a new smartphone. Virgin Mobile has recently stopped offering PAYG deals to new customers, so if you are in the market for one, best to go elsewhere.
WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Twitter usage don't count against your data allowance (except voice and video calls) and you can rollover your unused data as well.
Virgin Mobile appears on the high street under the Virgin Media umbrella. Advisors in these stores are able to give help and advice on mobile issues or on broadband/pay TV.
Which? is independent – we work for you, the consumer, so you can be sure that our recommendations are only influenced by our test and survey results. We're not influenced by third parties and we don't accept freebies from product manufacturers or retailers. We buy all the products that we test ourselves, so our advice helps you to make the right choice first time and avoid costly mistakes.