Virgin Mobile drops limits on calls, texts and data for all customers
Virgin Mobile has announced that it will drops its limits on calls, texts and data for all customers until 30 June.
In order to facilitate communication throughout the Covid-19 crisis, Virgin Mobile has announced that it will remove any data limits or "Fair Usage Policy" limits on its plans for all customers, including those who are not on Unlimited plans.
The change means that customers will have unlimited calls, texts and data until 30 June.
Anne O’Flynn, Head of Commercial Product at Virgin Media said: "Now, more than ever, we recognise just how important it is for everyone to stay connected. With today’s announcement, we’re making sure there are no barriers for our customers to stay in touch with family and friends.
"The removal of the data limits and Fair Usage Policy for both our 5GB and Unlimited plans means you don’t have to worry about using up all your data on video calls, streaming apps or web browsing while we all do our best to stay at home."
However, Virgin noted that any "out of bundle" international, premium and non-EU Roaming calls and texts will be charged at the standard rates for the customer's plan.
Virgin Mobile’s EU Roaming Data Fair Usage Policy is not affected by this change.