Virgin Mobile Home Internet Price Drop: 200GB Now $45, Unlimited for $50

Last summer, Bell-owned Virgin Mobile launched DSL Home Internet plans, starting at $50 per month for a 300GB plan, and $65 per month for an unlimited plan, with both plans offering up to 25Mbps down and up to 10Mbps upload speeds.

Now, the Home Internet pricing has seen a price drop, to the following:

  • 200GB Plan: $45 per month ($1/GB overages to max $50)
  • Unlimited Plan: $50 per month

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Home Internet from Virgin Mobile includes a modem, free installation and is contract-free. The company says “Hook up with a super-strong Wi-Fi signal and get 1 month on us.”

For comparison’s sake, Fido’s Unlimited Home Internet plan is $10 more at $60 per month, but right now comes with $100 bill credit.

To get these plans, you can contact Virgin on the phone or sign up online—If you have availability in your area.

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  • Teksavvy offers better deal for unlimited but you need your own modem.

  • Olley

    unlimited only between 2-8am though

  • Teksavvy has fully unlimited option on each plan. The 2am8am is a non metered time on metered plans

  • Chuck Kahn

    Been a Virgin customer since August and just got texted about the $15 price drop. Bell never informed me about price drops during my time as a 1999-2016 customer.