Calcot grandmother ‘banging her head against the wall’ after Virgin Media u-turn on broadband and TV deal

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By newsdesk@newburynews.co.uk (Newbury Reporter) A grandmother from Calcot has been ‘banging her head against the wall’ after her broadband company U-turned on a contract for her internet, calls and TV, writes local democracy reporter James Aldridge. Catherine Higgs, 68, from Calcot, has been trying to secure an internet, phone and entertainment package with Virgin Media for £50 per month. Although she was able to secure a package, she claims the arrangement has not been ‘honoured’ and negotiations with Virgin Media have been ‘rumbling on for eight weeks’. In that time, she says she’s been off…

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