Virgin Mobile is a wireless communication brand that is used by eight different brand licenses in the world. It uses the Optus network which is available for over 96% of Australians. If you have concerns about your reception, you may check for service outages.
Checking for Planned Work/ Service Outages
1. Open the coverage map
2. Tap on the Outages tab
3. Enter your address and click on the search button
4. Click on the affected tower and you will find more details about the planned work or service outage. You will also learn about the date when the issue may be resolved
If you have poor connectivity even though there is no Virgin Mobile service outage in your area, you may contact the support team and ask for help. A few troubleshooting tips may help you. Some of them may include;
1. Switch off your phone, wait a few seconds, and switch it back on
2. Try to use your SIM card on a different phone. If it works, the problem may be with your phone and not the Virgin Mobile network
3. Update your phone software. An outdated network may cause connection problems
4. Reset your network settings;
If you have tried all the troubleshooting tips and still don't get enough signal for your phone, you may contact the support team and ask for help.
Virgin Mobile 4G services are only available in certain areas. You can check for it on the service coverage map as well. VoLTE and Wi-Fi calling options are only available for eligible postpaid customers.
You can enjoy 3G coverage if you have a 4G device and a compatible plan.
If you choose to bring your own device, ensure that it is not locked to a different network. It should be compatible with the Optus network.
The availability of coverage depends on your location and device compatibility. If you have any questions about the compatibility of your device, contact the support team and ask for help.
Another option to check Virgin Mobile internet or cell service outage is by contacting their support team.
The best way to contact Virgin Mobile is on the phone. Speak with a support agent and explain the issue you are experiencing. If there is a service outage, they will help let you know when it will pass. You may not always get the help you need on your first attempt. In most cases, you need to make several calls. If you don't get the help you want on your first attempt, you may need to call again later.
Consider seeking support on email if you don't necessarily wish to speak with an agent. It is a good support option if you are in no hurry to get help. You get permanent records of your communications with the support agents.
Twitter and Facebook/Messenger are great alternatives if you don't mind seeking support in public sites. If the support agents cannot give you support on social media sites, they may ask you to contact them on the phone or email.
The Virgin Mobile help desk has plenty of targeted tips and suggestions that may address your questions. Consider seeking support on the help desk before exploring other options.