Virgin Mobile is a wireless Telecommunications brand that operates in eight countries. Virgin Mobile partners with a mobile virtual network operator in a country and through the latter the former offer its services.
Virgin Mobile service can be categorized into two. There is Virgin Mobile for residential properties and use and there is Virgin Mobile business for companies.
Virgin Mobile categorizes businesses into three groups. There are small businesses which are business with 1 to 20 people. There are medium businesses which comprise of 20 to 250 people. Finally, there are enterprise businesses which comprise of more than 250 people.
Virgin Mobile Business will then allocate broadband based on the size of the business. Download speeds for enterprise businesses can be as high as 500 mbps and upload speeds as high as 35 mbps.
With employees in the modern business world spending more time working from their smartphone or tablet, it is clear to see how Virgin Mobile Business can be of help. A business that is readily connected when the need arises will function more efficiently.
You can check if Virgin Mobile is available at your work address through the following means:
Service Coverage Map
The fastest and by a large extent the simplest way to confirm is your work address is eligible to receive Virgin Mobile Business is to use Virgin Mobile's service coverage map. Depending on your country of residence, all you have to do is:
1. Launch your web browser
2. Open the local Virgin Mobile Coverage Map
3. Locate the tab labeled 'Enter your postcode to see if you can get our services'
4. Input an address in the empty address field and tap the search button
5. You will receive information about whether your address can receive Virgin Mobile Business.
If the service coverage map is not helpful or if you want to confirm with Virgin Mobile, you can also check if you can receive Virgin Mobile Business by contacting Virgin Mobile directly through the following ways:
You can initiate a live chat with Virgin Mobile on their website. You can start a chat with Virgin Mobile customer service by following these steps:
1. Launch your browser and open the Virgin Mobile website
2. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click 'Contact Us.' You can also click the 'Help and Advice' tab at the top of the page and click 'Contact Us' under 'Get in Touch'
3. You will be presented with several ways through which you can contact Virgin Mobile. Click the live chat button and proceed to start a chat.
You can also use Virgin Mobile's contact form to send a query which in this case is whether Virgin Mobile Business is available at your work address. You can access the contact form by following the first two steps in the section above.
Once you are presented with the contact options, click 'Send a query' under 'Got a Question?' Fill in the necessary information and when done evaluate your answers and then click 'Submit.'
You can use virgin Mobile's phone number to either call them or text them and ask them if their service is available at your current work address. The speed of response is the same so it depends solely on your preference.
You can obtain the phone number from GetHuman.
If you cannot reach Virgin Mobile Business customer service by phone, you can send them an email and send your query. It takes longer to response via email than through the phone.
You can obtain the Virgin Mobile email address at GetHuman.
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