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All hail VOXI... You can now join even if you're over 30! (Plans from £10/pm for 6gb, all incl unltd social media data) + £20 Amazon Voucher
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All hail VOXI... You can now join even if you're over 30! (Plans from £10/pm for 6gb, all incl unltd social media data) + £20 Amazon Voucher

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Refreshed 10th Apr (Posted 6th Apr)
You can now join VOXI if you're over 30!


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A reminder of the plans...


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VOXI runs on the Vodafone network. There is no contract and each plan gives you unlimited social media data on Facebook, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter

Your endless social media applies to all the listed social apps and their websites as well. So whether you’re on Facebook.com or the Facebook app, you still won’t eat into your data.

Enjoy being on VOXI, the network giving you unlimited social data without being tied into a contract. Cancel anytime.
Community Updates
With the very welcome news that anyone can now sign up for a VOXI plan, theres now a further incentive giving you a £20 Amazon voucher when signing up for any of the below plans!

All VOXI plans include endless minutes and texts, roaming with your data allowance and endless flexibility with no contract, you can cancel anytime*

To get the voucher, just hit the get deal link, enter your details and you will be forwarded on to VOXI to choose your plan, simple!


*please note, it may take 100 days for eligibility to claim your voucher, so you will need to keep your contract for at least that time frame to be eligible.

View full terms of the voucher HERE (https://gift.wegift.io/files/f/UF-N58RMQYX/TCs.pdf)

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Free E Tesco gift card from Voxi - free Easter egg of your choice from Tesco stores nationwide to the value of £2.50
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Did they get in to bother or something with age discrimination laws?
brendonbotoole06/04/2019 21:16

Shame it’s such a bad network, it’s nothing like its parent Vodafone so don …Shame it’s such a bad network, it’s nothing like its parent Vodafone so don’t think it’s gonna be as reliable and good.


I used to detest Vodafone with a passion, because of their dire customer service and mediocre 3G/4G network coverage in South West Wales.

How times have changed my friend.

I gave Voxi a go this time last year and was amazed to find they were superior to my (ex) favourite network, EE, in the majority of places between Haverfordwest and Cardiff.

On the occasions where I've needed to contact Voxi via Live Chat, I've found their customer service to be nothing short of excellent.

I was so impressed with Voxi that I signed up to a 12 month Vodafone Red Entertainment plan with Spotify only two months ago.

Vodafone have come a LONG way since a few years ago and even though I'd never have said this back then, I'm actually a very happy customer of theirs now.
Edited by: "preecey" 6th Apr
brendonbotoole06/04/2019 21:40

I left voxi as I couldn’t get a signal anywhere and moved to Vodafone and n …I left voxi as I couldn’t get a signal anywhere and moved to Vodafone and never had a problem in the last 6 months


Highly unlikely, Voxi share the same network as Vodafone, so any signal issues would have been shared amongst both SIMs.
This news is going to kill Giffgaff very soon, unless they seriously consider changing their plans to match or beat Voxi.
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Guessing the next age range they will open up, is the 70-100 one
Did they get in to bother or something with age discrimination laws?
Michael_TI919 m ago

Did they get in to bother or something with age discrimination laws?


I imagine they’re just chasing the money
Michael_TI924 m ago

Did they get in to bother or something with age discrimination laws?


bitcoin524 m ago

Guessing the next age range they will open up, is the 70-100 one


That could be said with many 'stuffs' out there basically?.

Modern Day Apprenticeships open for not just the 16-18 Year old's, etc, but possibly for the 30+ too perhaps?.

Discount Oyster card's for not just the 16-18 Year old youngster's, but perhaps for the 26+ as well?.

Not seen as over the hill by an employer simply because you're only in your 40's, and ...

This thing isn't just polarised to just inanimate SIM card/Mobile Phone Industries, and such like, and/or whatever? (but across the board, the way I see it?).

So yeh ... lol.

But I definitely hear what you two are saying though. :-)
Excellent spot though OP. :-)

This will be veryyyyy gooooooood for a few people I know of, most definitely, thanx for that.

This will easily be one of the best SIM's out there (considering it does NOT eat into your data for any Social Media 'anything' ...

Luvvvvvvvvv it!, hehehehe. :-D
Shame it’s such a bad network, it’s nothing like its parent Vodafone so don’t think it’s gonna be as reliable and good.
OP .. can you put the link to your Deal here too please?.

As the your linked Deal link is unfortunately not happening for some reason ... :-(

Thanx.
amour3k4 m ago

OP .. can you put the link to your Deal here too please?.As the your …OP .. can you put the link to your Deal here too please?.As the your linked Deal link is unfortunately not happening for some reason ... :-(Thanx.


That's unusual as tapping or clicking Get Deal should link to voxi.co.uk but it doesn't go to the website when I try tapping either.

I'll add something to the description now
brendonbotoole10 m ago

Shame it’s such a bad network, it’s nothing like its parent Vodafone so don …Shame it’s such a bad network, it’s nothing like its parent Vodafone so don’t think it’s gonna be as reliable and good.


Had mine for 6 months and never quite had a problem with it, coverage is excellent and will 8/10 times use my 4g over my wifi as it's faster
This news is going to kill Giffgaff very soon, unless they seriously consider changing their plans to match or beat Voxi.
Until they offer a service where Males get more data than Females I'm not interested!
brendonbotoole06/04/2019 21:16

Shame it’s such a bad network, it’s nothing like its parent Vodafone so don …Shame it’s such a bad network, it’s nothing like its parent Vodafone so don’t think it’s gonna be as reliable and good.


I used to detest Vodafone with a passion, because of their dire customer service and mediocre 3G/4G network coverage in South West Wales.

How times have changed my friend.

I gave Voxi a go this time last year and was amazed to find they were superior to my (ex) favourite network, EE, in the majority of places between Haverfordwest and Cardiff.

On the occasions where I've needed to contact Voxi via Live Chat, I've found their customer service to be nothing short of excellent.

I was so impressed with Voxi that I signed up to a 12 month Vodafone Red Entertainment plan with Spotify only two months ago.

Vodafone have come a LONG way since a few years ago and even though I'd never have said this back then, I'm actually a very happy customer of theirs now.
Edited by: "preecey" 6th Apr
I left voxi as I couldn’t get a signal anywhere and moved to Vodafone and never had a problem in the last 6 months
Michael_TI906/04/2019 20:43

Did they get in to bother or something with age discrimination laws?



I was wondering the same thing. How on earth did they get away with doing this in the UK?
I'm guessing this change of heart is more likely to do with the sheer volume of their members actually getting older.
brendonbotoole06/04/2019 21:40

I left voxi as I couldn’t get a signal anywhere and moved to Vodafone and n …I left voxi as I couldn’t get a signal anywhere and moved to Vodafone and never had a problem in the last 6 months


Highly unlikely, Voxi share the same network as Vodafone, so any signal issues would have been shared amongst both SIMs.
Might be highly unlikely to you but it happened to me so I’m sorry its highly likely
andywedge06/04/2019 21:41

I was wondering the same thing. How on earth did they get away with doing …I was wondering the same thing. How on earth did they get away with doing this in the UK? I'm guessing this change of heart is more likely to do with the sheer volume of their members actually getting older.


Possibly, I believe this information has been taken off the website now as the age limit has gone, but there used to be a question and answer on the website which was "What happens when I turn 30?" in which it mentioned nothing will happen when you turn 30, they won't make you leave.
brendonbotoole1 m ago

Might be highly unlikely to you but it happened to me so I’m sorry its h …Might be highly unlikely to you but it happened to me so I’m sorry its highly likely


You must be glad to have it resolved either way.
brendonbotoole06/04/2019 21:40

I left voxi as I couldn’t get a signal anywhere and moved to Vodafone and n …I left voxi as I couldn’t get a signal anywhere and moved to Vodafone and never had a problem in the last 6 months


How, just out of curiosity, when VOXI runs on the Vodafone network anyway?
andrewworrall106/04/2019 21:51

Possibly, I believe this information has been taken off the website now as …Possibly, I believe this information has been taken off the website now as the age limit has gone, but there used to be a question and answer on the website which was "What happens when I turn 30?" in which it mentioned nothing will happen when you turn 30, they won't make you leave.



I was reading somewhere that they were using '18-30' holidays as an example of why/how what they were doing was allowed (in their opinion) - what they missed though is that you could go on an 18-30 holiday if you were over 30. Not sure why anyone would want to though. But again, a 18-30 holiday is very different to a phone network.
I’m glad Vodafone is working 100% can’t believe the difference. Voxi just rent a bit of the network setup but have to deal with there own signal strengths, they are just like tesco, sky, gif gaff they don’t own the network just rent a small bit of it. And the big 3 are not gonna give them the best parts of the network. It was and still is quite amazing how voxi had no signal and Vodafone has full signal. If you can get a signal must be good but in my instance they was totally rubbish.
I can stop been my daughter now
andywedge3 m ago

I was reading somewhere that they were using '18-30' holidays as an …I was reading somewhere that they were using '18-30' holidays as an example of why/how what they were doing was allowed (in their opinion) - what they missed though is that you could go on an 18-30 holiday if you were over 30. Not sure why anyone would want to though. But again, a 18-30 holiday is very different to a phone network.


Yeah, exactly. I've seen them reply to complaints so many times on social media with that excuse you just mentioned.

They've also tried saying that young people made VOXI or young people work at VOXI, within that age range (I think anyway, from what I remember) but you wouldn't refuse to serve a 40 year old in Tesco just because you're under 30 whilst working there.

Yep, holidays isn't anything to do with a phone network. I'm looking forward to joining them when I'm out of contract with EE though and I'm glad the age restriction has gone.
Why don't they have an app to check stuff rather than a webpage on the phone . True you can pin the webpage to homescreen
brendonbotoole53 m ago

I’m glad Vodafone is working 100% can’t believe the difference. Voxi just r …I’m glad Vodafone is working 100% can’t believe the difference. Voxi just rent a bit of the network setup but have to deal with there own signal strengths, they are just like tesco, sky, gif gaff they don’t own the network just rent a small bit of it. And the big 3 are not gonna give them the best parts of the network. It was and still is quite amazing how voxi had no signal and Vodafone has full signal. If you can get a signal must be good but in my instance they was totally rubbish.


Voxi is fully owned by Vodafone. It's not like Sky or Giffgaff. My sister switched from Vodafone to Voxi and you don't even have to change your SIM, they can do it on their end. Try telling O2 to change your network to Tesco Mobile and see how that goes.

I've been on both Vodafone and Voxi and got similar signal everywhere, and similar speeds.

Only reason I switched is that £11 Vodafone cashback deal with Spotify premium
brendonbotoole06/04/2019 21:57

I’m glad Vodafone is working 100% can’t believe the difference. Voxi just r …I’m glad Vodafone is working 100% can’t believe the difference. Voxi just rent a bit of the network setup but have to deal with there own signal strengths, they are just like tesco, sky, gif gaff they don’t own the network just rent a small bit of it. And the big 3 are not gonna give them the best parts of the network. It was and still is quite amazing how voxi had no signal and Vodafone has full signal. If you can get a signal must be good but in my instance they was totally rubbish.


I need to call you out on this comment, it's complete nonsense. Voxi is owned by Vodafone, isn't a seperate company (it's a brand) and has no different network, it's the SIM that has a different setting on it, just like the difference between 20Gb and 30Gb sim only packages. There is no seperate SIM restrictions, every SIM has the same access level to the network.
preecey06/04/2019 21:43

Highly unlikely, Voxi share the same network as Vodafone, so any signal …Highly unlikely, Voxi share the same network as Vodafone, so any signal issues would have been shared amongst both SIMs.


They don't share, Voxi is Vodafone.
Rk56787 m ago

I need to call you out on this comment, it's complete nonsense. Voxi is …I need to call you out on this comment, it's complete nonsense. Voxi is owned by Vodafone, isn't a seperate company (it's a brand) and has no different network, it's the SIM that has a different setting on it, just like the difference between 20Gb and 30Gb sim only packages. There is no seperate SIM restrictions, every SIM has the same access level to the network.


Absolutely agree with you here. When I was with Voxi I experienced exactly the same coverage with them as I do now with their parent Vodafone. Speed Test results also provided similar results, proving that Vodafone do NOT throttle or in any way hinder the network access to those on MVNOs like Voxi.

This is in stark contrast to O2, Tesco and Giffgaff, where it is clear that Giffgaff customers are given a lower priority on the O2 network.
andrewworrall11 h, 10 m ago

How, just out of curiosity, when VOXI runs on the Vodafone network anyway?

Rk567812 m ago

They don't share, Voxi is Vodafone.


Of course Voxi shares Vodafone's network. Or uses it. Or utilises it. Or takes advantage of it. Or uses its facilities.

I am fully aware Voxi is a sub-brand of Vodafone; but they don't advertise themselves directly as Vodafone itself. So it's right to say they use Vodafone's network.

It's different with regards to Giffgaff, as they use the obsolete, mediocre, decrepit and snail-paced gremlins to run their service atop of the O2 infrastructure.
I can only comment on my own experience on voxi and they was completely rubbish so call me out if you want but they couldn’t provide me with a signal and Vodafone can, and I don’t Believe for one minute that Vodafone will let voxi use most of its network to offer cheap sims full of texts minutes and free social data. But each of us to our own opinions, if they work for you then well done but they didn’t for me.
brendonbotoole8 m ago

I can only comment on my own experience on voxi and they was completely …I can only comment on my own experience on voxi and they was completely rubbish so call me out if you want but they couldn’t provide me with a signal and Vodafone can, and I don’t Believe for one minute that Vodafone will let voxi use most of its network to offer cheap sims full of texts minutes and free social data. But each of us to our own opinions, if they work for you then well done but they didn’t for me.


There must have been an error porting your number or setting up your SIM on the network with voxi from the start. Voxi is Vodafone there is no mvno here, vodafone created voxi to be more appealing to younger generations as they wouldn't associate it with the Vodafone brand but instead a new, more seemingly cool operator.

The operate on the same network and frequencies with the same bandwidth it's just the "bundle" that's more tailored to social media usage etc and a payg package opposed to a contract so "great for students"

So I don't doubt you had issues but it wasn't signal problems it would have been SIM registration issues and had that been sorted you would have been up and running as you are now with Vodafone.
Edited by: "Kenneth131" 6th Apr
Michael_TI906/04/2019 20:43

Did they get in to bother or something with age discrimination laws?


I don’t think so because if they have got into bother I think saga and the likes of the oap discount would disappear too. VOXI was set up because Vodafone don’t have an offering for students and were often seen as expensive compared to ee and o2 as they offer student discount.
brendonbotoole10 h, 19 m ago

Shame it’s such a bad network, it’s nothing like its parent Vodafone so don …Shame it’s such a bad network, it’s nothing like its parent Vodafone so don’t think it’s gonna be as reliable and good.


This always depends on where you are. Network strengths all have their good spots and black spots.
Great network. Been with them about a year. They have recently launched ‘voxi drop’ too which is there version of a rewards programme. Last month was a free Time Out taste card. Says new one coming soon.
jam12335 h, 43 m ago

I don’t think so because if they have got into bother I think saga and the …I don’t think so because if they have got into bother I think saga and the likes of the oap discount would disappear too. VOXI was set up because Vodafone don’t have an offering for students and were often seen as expensive compared to ee and o2 as they offer student discount.


Vodafone also do student discount, I have no idea how long they've offered it for though
PaulFox07/04/2019 08:20

Great network. Been with them about a year. They have recently launched …Great network. Been with them about a year. They have recently launched ‘voxi drop’ too which is there version of a rewards programme. Last month was a free Time Out taste card. Says new one coming soon.


From the shape of the preview I've seen, it has to be a free Easter egg.

I'm looking forward to joining the VOXI service in June when I'm out of contract with EE and the monthly free reward sounds like it could beat O2 Priority (that's rubbish now, imho) and similar free reward offerings because the rewards seem like they could be better what with only having one a month rather than loads of cheap freebies and discounts available simultaneously.

Just out of interest do you know if this VOXI Drop runs on a first come first served basis? For example let's just say there's 10,000 of those Time Out taste cards and once they've all gone, you're out of luck if you're yet to claim one?
andrewworrall107/04/2019 08:26

From the shape of the preview I've seen, it has to be a free Easter …From the shape of the preview I've seen, it has to be a free Easter egg.I'm looking forward to joining the VOXI service in June when I'm out of contract with EE and the monthly free reward sounds like it could beat O2 Priority (that's rubbish now, imho) and similar free reward offerings because the rewards seem like they could be better what with only having one a month rather than loads of cheap freebies and discounts available simultaneously.Just out of interest do you know if this VOXI Drop runs on a first come first served basis? For example let's just say there's 10,000 of those Time Out taste cards and once they've all gone, you're out of luck if you're yet to claim one?


Yes the Time Out card was numbered from memory but not sure how many they quoted, they emailed and it also popped up on my account. Really hope there’s some good freebies in the future!
PaulFox4 m ago

Yes the Time Out card was numbered from memory but not sure how many they …Yes the Time Out card was numbered from memory but not sure how many they quoted, they emailed and it also popped up on my account. Really hope there’s some good freebies in the future!


Fingers crossed! 🤞
Nice affiliate link to the site.
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