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# 91 : Monday 19-10-2015 @ 14:17
 
 
I dropped them in April and with Sky now. Having a little trouble with Sky regarding Broadband but nothing compared to the w**kers upc
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# 92 : Monday 19-10-2015 @ 16:12
 
 
Someone said :

So you have Sky sports 1 to 5 and kickass broadband with that?

Dont have the sports, still have broadband with UPC and happy with it.

Someone said :
And On Demand??

Dont find a need for it myself with all the repeats on +1 and +24 or whatever and rte player, 4od etc.

Got a letter from Virgin media re the UPC change, something about "wait for the magic". I wont be holding my breath!
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# 93 : Monday 19-10-2015 @ 17:51
 
 
Someone said :

Dont have the sports, still have broadband with UPC and happy with it.


Dont find a need for it myself with all the repeats on +1 and +24 or whatever and rte player, 4od etc.

Got a letter from Virgin media re the UPC change, something about "wait for the magic". I wont be holding my breath!

On Demand has nothing to do with channels offering a +1 service. You can watch a wide rangee of movies, boxsets, programmes you've recorded with On Demand. Virgin Media, from what I've seen offering a decent service in the UK so hopefully the same will be rolled out here.

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# 94 : Monday 19-10-2015 @ 19:12
 
 
@Elat, did you send it to resolutionteam@upc.ie including your account number and intention to cancel?

If so, the automatic reply is confirmation you gave them notice (as it should contain a copy of the email you sent). If your next bill covers a period of more than 30 days phone them and ask them to send you a final bill for only 30 days service from the date of your email.

In the meantime, be sure to cancel any direct debit UPC may have on your account. Then the ball is in your court when it comes to settling the final bill.
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# 95 : Monday 19-10-2015 @ 19:52
 
 
Yes, name, address and account number sent to the email address you mentioned. Still haven't got a reply.
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# 96 : Monday 19-10-2015 @ 20:30
 
 
Yea, definitely cancel the DD, there is a good chance they will take the money even after cancelling the contract.
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# 97 : Monday 19-10-2015 @ 20:39
 
 
Never had a dd with with them.
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# 98 : Wednesday 21-10-2015 @ 08:42
 
 
Someone said :
I sent an email but only got an automatic reply. I actually found the email address to cancel on boards.ie as I couldn't find it on their new website. Talk about being trapped.

I went through the online chat function yesterday and refused to wait 48 hours for a call so they gave me the email address.

The automatic reply confirms that it is the start of your notice period and they'll contact you at the end of it to arrange collection of the equipment.
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# 99 : Wednesday 21-10-2015 @ 17:00
 
 
I was just thinking this morning that I haven't had issues with UPC in years. Then they cut us off despite us paying our bill.
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# 100 : Wednesday 8-2-2017 @ 20:55
 
 
Virgin Media now have Netflix to watch on your Tv. I know there's always been ways to do it with AppleTv etc but it's pretty cool.
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