Is anybody else having major problems with their Virgin Media (cable) broadband connection? If so please reply with a brief description of your problems and location. Here is why: Since the very same day Blueyonder changed to Virgin Media their service has been abysmal. The service goes to my parents house so I dont get time to check things out when it goes down I just get the phone calls saying "Its gone again". I knew it was bad but now that I am spending more time at my parents I can now see that the service is infact bordering on Virgin Media being in breach of contract because we are paying for a service that we cannot use. I have friends and family that also have many problems with this service. I am based in Sheffield. My sister who is based in Brighton also has major connection problems as do family members in Lincoln and various friends around Sheffield. It is 12.12pm as I write this. So far today the connection has been lost no fewer than 4 times and for over 2 hours on one occasion. Sometimes we go for nearly a whole day without a connection. I have also noticed that when they were Blueyonder that their status page used to have the odd 'fault' and it told you were it was and when it was likely to be fixed. With Blueyonder the status page averaged around 4 or 5 faults a day nationwide. Now with Virgin Media the status page shows close to 100 faults a day nationwide. Although recently they seem to have regionalised the page somewhat so you cant see all the faults at the same time making it look like there are less faults. I have Network Diagnostics open as I write this and while I have been typing away the connection has once again been lost... no wait its back. Download and 'Get Info' on the 2 images and you'll see the times of the screen shots to show you how lame this connection is. It is definitely a problem their end as my network remains usable. Usually the last 2 lights on Network Diagnostics go out not just the 'internet' light you see in the screenies. Both my routers work fine I've used them elsewhere it is definitely a Virgin Media problem. Is anybody else experiencing this? I will be calling them later today after I have collected a list of down times and various reports from other people (thats you guys) to try and get them to sort this crap out. If they show the slightest bit of disinterest or say its something to do with my side of things I will be cancelling the direct debit my side. And going elsewhere, after sending all my findings to Watchdog.