What happens to Virgin Mobile customers?

Virgin Mobile USA was a no-contract Mobile Network Operator. In January 2020, Virgin Mobile announced that it would shut down, and transfer its remaining customers to Boost Mobile the following month in preparation for the Sprint and T-Mobile merger.

Who bought out Virgin Mobile?

Sprint Nextel acquired Virgin Mobile in 2009 for $483 million and the Virgin Mobile brand is licensed from the Virgin Group founded by billionaire Sir Richard Branson.

Who is Virgin Mobile affiliated with?

Bell Mobility
Bell Mobility owns Virgin Mobile.

Is Virgin Media Pay As You Go ending?

Virgin Mobile is to close down its pay-as-you-go (PAYG) services from January 2022 in a move that impacts 123,000 customers. Here’s what it means for your plan, mobile number, and unused credit.

Why is Virgin ending Pay As You Go?

Why is Pay As You Go ending? We regularly review our offerings to make sure we’re meeting our customers’ needs and usage. After careful review, we’ve decided to close our Pay As You Go services and focus on providing even greater Pay Monthly plans.

What happened to Virgin Mobile Canada?

Bell Canada has acquired full control of Virgin Mobile Canada, picking up the remaining 50 per cent it didn’t already own in a $142-million deal. The acquisition includes an exclusive, long-term licensing agreement with the Virgin Group for continued use of the Virgin Mobile brand in Canada.

Who is Virgin Mobile owned by Canada?

Bell Canada
Bell Canada has acquired full control of Virgin Mobile Canada, picking up the remaining 50 per cent it didn’t already own in a $142-million deal. The acquisition includes an exclusive, long-term licensing agreement with the Virgin Group for continued use of the Virgin Mobile brand in Canada.

Is Bell and Virgin the same?

Bell-owned Virgin Mobile has rebranded itself to Virgin Plus, yet another move to seemingly keep consumers on their toes when it comes to keeping track of wireless companies.