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Unlimited Video Pass Add On - £7 Monthly (30 Days Pass) @ VOXI (Piggybacks on Vodafone)
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Unlimited Video Pass Add On - £7 Monthly (30 Days Pass) @ VOXI (Piggybacks on Vodafone)

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Unlimited Video Pass Add On - £7 Monthly (30 Days Pass) @ VOXI (Piggybacks on Vodafone)
Posted 28th Apr 2019Edited by:"anonymous."

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Unlimited streaming / tethering with VOXI Video Pass Add On. You can use Video Pass on the following:

  • Netflix
  • Youtube
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • Disney Life
  • My5
  • TVP
  • UKTV Play

£7 Monthly (30 Days Pass - Add On)

Example:

  • 6GB 4G Data
  • Endless Social Media
  • Endless Roaming in Europe
  • Spendind Cap set at £0
  • Unlimited Calls
  • Unlimited Texts & MMS
  • Piggybacks on Vodafone

£10 Monthly (30 Days Sim)

If you add Video Pass:
£7 Monthly

Total: £17 Monthly


High speed 4G network:
We’re powered by Vodafone, so you’ll always get the fast, reliable network you need, at home and abroad.

Can I tether with my VOXI plan and extras:
You can tether another phone, laptop or tablet to your phone and your endless social data will still apply when using those apps or websites on the other device. The same goes for the apps and websites included in your endless video and music passes.
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Total is £17 a month as you can't buy a pass on its own. Should be in the title not hidden away at the bottom of the post
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So it is £7 a month to stream video or music. You still have to subscribe to the steaming services.
Is it really worth £7/month just to have unlimited data in streaming? Genuine question.
salahwrexham28/04/2019 20:59

So it is £7 a month to stream video or music. You still have to subscribe …So it is £7 a month to stream video or music. You still have to subscribe to the steaming services.Is it really worth £7/month just to have unlimited data in streaming? Genuine question.



You have to take out a sim plan and then add the video pass onto the plan

cheapest sim plan with voxi is £10 monthly you'll get 6gb data and unlimited calls and text than you would add the video pass for £7 total monthly is £17

Still worth it for those people who use youtube, netflix, etc.
anonymous.28/04/2019 21:04

You have to take out a sim plan and then add the video pass onto the …You have to take out a sim plan and then add the video pass onto the plancheapest sim plan with voxi is £10 monthly you'll get 6gb data and unlimited calls and text than you would add the video pass for £7 total monthly is £17Still worth it for those people who use youtube, netflix, etc.


Fair enough. So it's £17/month for what is pretty much unlimited data. Good deal! Heat added.
salahwrexham7 m ago

Fair enough. So it's £17/month for what is pretty much unlimited data. …Fair enough. So it's £17/month for what is pretty much unlimited data. Good deal! Heat added.


You can also tether/hotspot pretty much with all devices except for smart tvs and game consoles far as I am aware
not really a deal, but...
There are other add ons too like £5 for unlimited music streaming.
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spamabsorbed28/04/2019 21:22

not really a deal, but... There are other add ons too like £5 for …not really a deal, but... There are other add ons too like £5 for unlimited music streaming. [Image]



My sole purpose is to make others aware what is available on the market even if my post is ice cold
anonymous.28/04/2019 21:34

My sole purpose is to make others aware what is available on the market …My sole purpose is to make others aware what is available on the market even if my post is ice cold


shame we going to suffer slower transfers speeds when all the people start watching their 4k movies from phones 24/7 hot anyway
Handy if you go on holiday, can watch films
Anyone know if the video pass allows HD or is it SD only? When the video pass was available on Vodafone (not Voxi) the terms said SD only although people reported it worked in HD.
crumpetman28/04/2019 22:22

Anyone know if the video pass allows HD or is it SD only? When the video …Anyone know if the video pass allows HD or is it SD only? When the video pass was available on Vodafone (not Voxi) the terms said SD only although people reported it worked in HD.


Good question and I have never thought about that

You can always webchat here voxi.co.uk/web…hat and give us an update
Great provider, been using for the past month on a 15GB plan with Unlimited Video Streaming and honestly, with using mobile data all day long for watching videos and listening to music on Spotify, I've barely made a dent into the 15GB. Stick with 6GB unless you're a heavy user of other video streaming sites
Doesn't this break Net Neutrality laws!?
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salahwrexham3 h, 32 m ago

So it is £7 a month to stream video or music. You still have to subscribe …So it is £7 a month to stream video or music. You still have to subscribe to the steaming services.Is it really worth £7/month just to have unlimited data in streaming? Genuine question.


It is if BTs Openreach is poor speeds, which is quite a lot of exchanges still. End of 2020 they need to be 20meg, BT seems to be allocating (as per) cash for itself to benefit, 2018/19 seems about 5G, no doubt they’ll miss the Universal 20 megs target, because they miss every target or scrape through by a layer of skin. 2020 will be panic mode 20 meg exchanges throwing money at it. Openreach independent run profits alone can’t afford this 20 meg universal minimum speed.
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anonymous.2 h, 3 m ago

Good question and I have never thought about thatYou can always webchat …Good question and I have never thought about thatYou can always webchat here https://www.voxi.co.uk/webchat and give us an update


Ofcom told them they couldn’t downgrade to SD, EU Net Neutrality so you’ll get FULL HD if your speed can handle it.
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Norseg13 h, 44 m ago

Doesn't this break Net Neutrality laws!?


Yup same investigation that investigated Three tethering caps on plans, they were put on the naughty step and promised to be on their best behaviour (never mind the broke EU Directives and walked away scott free OfcoN!) as did o2 in Feb 2019

“We raised concerns about Telefonica (trading as O2) (“O2”)’s compliance with Article 3(3) of the EU Open Internet Access Regulation after they sent us information about their traffic management practices.

Article 3(3) of the EU Open Internet Access Regulation requires that internet service providers (ISPs) treat all internet traffic equally without discrimination, restriction or interference.

ISPs may, however, use certain reasonable measures to manage their internet traffic so their networks run efficiently. Any measures must be based on objective, technical requirements for the quality of service of specific categories of traffic. They must also be transparent, proportionate and non- discriminatory, and must not be used for longer than necessary.

After we discussed this with O2, they gave us signed assurances that by 30 April 2019, they will:

  • stop compressing streamed video content across their network, which is known as ‘rate control’; and
  • stop compressing any web content or images to manage traffic.
O2 has confirmed that it has already stopped using its Vasona platform to prioritise video and social media traffic when there is temporary congestion on the network.

In addition, O2 has provided written assurances that:

  • it will not reinstate these (or any similar) traffic management practices without telling us and updating its website first; and
  • it will write to Ofcom as soon as possible, and no later than 30 April 2019, to confirm its compliance with these commitments.
Given these written assurances, we are satisfied that no further action is required at this time.

We will publish further updates on our work under this enforcement programme in due course.”


ofcom.org.uk/abo…210


I watch that dodgy Ofcom like a hawk at times, chocolate deodorant gov dept


edit: this is a quick link to all Ofcom open investigations, worth a monthly visit ofcom.org.uk/abo…ses
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I have been considering Voxi but there are mixed reviews of their services
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spamabsorbed14 h, 52 m ago

shame we going to suffer slower transfers speeds when all the people … shame we going to suffer slower transfers speeds when all the people start watching their 4k movies from phones 24/7 hot anyway


5G is the future, battery life will be more a issue
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parahandy20001 m ago

I have been considering Voxi but there are mixed reviews of their services



The offshore chat ain’t the best but the service is great
parahandy200019 m ago

I have been considering Voxi but there are mixed reviews of their services


It is a 30 days contract so I would try it out if I was you if no better deals around
salahwrexham28/04/2019 20:59

So it is £7 a month to stream video or music. You still have to subscribe …So it is £7 a month to stream video or music. You still have to subscribe to the steaming services.Is it really worth £7/month just to have unlimited data in streaming? Genuine question.


It is for me. I watch tons of YouTube and never run out of data.
bogan19 h, 50 m ago

Great provider, been using for the past month on a 15GB plan with …Great provider, been using for the past month on a 15GB plan with Unlimited Video Streaming and honestly, with using mobile data all day long for watching videos and listening to music on Spotify, I've barely made a dent into the 15GB. Stick with 6GB unless you're a heavy user of other video streaming sites


Even with 6gb you should be ok as long as you have video ad on. Honestly I never run out of of data. Checked online to see how much data I had left at the end of the month and it’s always 6gb and I use YouTube a lot.
Shahidbaber29/04/2019 18:07

It is for me. I watch tons of YouTube and never run out of data.


I am thinking of joining Voxi can you please answer the following:

Where do you live?

What is the network coverage like in the area you live and travel around?

Any idea on the data download speed?

Thank you
bogan28/04/2019 22:26

Great provider, been using for the past month on a 15GB plan with …Great provider, been using for the past month on a 15GB plan with Unlimited Video Streaming and honestly, with using mobile data all day long for watching videos and listening to music on Spotify, I've barely made a dent into the 15GB. Stick with 6GB unless you're a heavy user of other video streaming sites


I am thinking of joining Voxi can you please answer the following:

Where do you live?

What is the network coverage like in the area you live and travel around?

Any idea on the data download speed?

Thank you
anonymous.29/04/2019 18:42

I am thinking of joining Voxi can you please answer the following:Where …I am thinking of joining Voxi can you please answer the following:Where do you live?What is the network coverage like in the area you live and travel around?Any idea on the data download speed?Thank you


I live in Edinburgh EH8 area, most of Edinburgh I get 4G. At home I am getting this.
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No instagram/Facebook videos included...
geek19814 m ago

No instagram/Facebook videos included...


Far as I can see it is covered have a look here https//he…htm
anonymous.29/04/2019 18:43

I am thinking of joining Voxi can you please answer the following:Where …I am thinking of joining Voxi can you please answer the following:Where do you live?What is the network coverage like in the area you live and travel around?Any idea on the data download speed?Thank you


I live in North Weald, they advertise we are on the edge of 4G, which we get but it usually falls back to 3G when inside.

I've ran three speed tests, North Weald, Loughton and Pevensey.

North Weald
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Hope this helps
bogan2 m ago

I live in North Weald, they advertise we are on the edge of 4G, which we …I live in North Weald, they advertise we are on the edge of 4G, which we get but it usually falls back to 3G when inside.I've ran three speed tests, North Weald, Loughton and Pevensey.North Weald[Image] Loughton[Image] Pevensey[Image] Hope this helps



Shahidbaber29/04/2019 18:48

I live in Edinburgh EH8 area, most of Edinburgh I get 4G. At home I am …I live in Edinburgh EH8 area, most of Edinburgh I get 4G. At home I am getting this.[Image]


Can approve this I've been on voxi for the past week now they're amazing for some reason it feels like I'm on unlimited data but shhh
LurkforDeals29/04/2019 19:25

Can approve this I've been on voxi for the past week now they're amazing …Can approve this I've been on voxi for the past week now they're amazing for some reason it feels like I'm on unlimited data but shhh


Edit: I used Voxi in the past year as well very good speeds in my house and through out London
anonymous.29/04/2019 19:22


Do you think I'll be able to hotspot to my TV and still use my video pass? Voxi support claim otherwise
SadaBaby29/04/2019 19:28

Do you think I'll be able to hotspot to my TV and still use my video pass? …Do you think I'll be able to hotspot to my TV and still use my video pass? Voxi support claim otherwise



Have a read here help.voxi.co.uk/104…892
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anonymous.1 h, 11 m ago

I am thinking of joining Voxi can you please answer the following:Where …I am thinking of joining Voxi can you please answer the following:Where do you live?What is the network coverage like in the area you live and travel around?Any idea on the data download speed?Thank you


Anon I got exactly the same coverage and quality as Voda, they haven’t set it up as a MVNO with less priority
anonymous.56 s ago


I think they secretly allow it because I've been streaming Netflix using hotspot as I moved to a new house recently no wifi for a month or two
if i stream a football game (from a *wink wink* site) in chrome browser will that get taken from the 6GB data or will it be from Unlimited Video Pass?
killabyte26 m ago

if i stream a football game (from a *wink wink* site) in chrome browser …if i stream a football game (from a *wink wink* site) in chrome browser will that get taken from the 6GB data or will it be from Unlimited Video Pass?


That's going to come out of your 6gb data this wink wink site is not part of voxis video pass
Hass2829/04/2019 19:25

Can approve this I've been on voxi for the past week now they're amazing …Can approve this I've been on voxi for the past week now they're amazing for some reason it feels like I'm on unlimited data but shhh


My mrs has had voxi for over a year and today was the first day they started to take any data on her 6GB plan... safe to say were gutted the streaming has come to and end
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