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      Give the thumbs what they want - VOXI: £10 for 6GB, £15 for 15GB or £20 for 45GB all with endless social media data + freebies, no contract
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      Give the thumbs what they want - VOXI: £10 for 6GB, £15 for 15GB or £20 for 45GB all with endless social media data + freebies, no contract

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      Posted 21st Jul

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      3267758.jpgDid you know that VOXI is a great mobile network by Vodafone? You can choose from any of the plans below, each one comes with endless social media data meaning you'll never have to stop using Snapchat, Instagram, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Viber and Facebook Messenger, as long as you have just a bit of data left.

      3267758.jpgEach plan also includes FREE picture messages, quite handy if you're messaging someone who doesn't use WhatsApp etc.

      3267758.jpgVOXI Drop - VOXI's loyalty scheme offers customers great freebies and rewards every month. Stay tuned for the next Drop to Drop soon!


      But wait! I'm over 30...

      ...and that's okay! You no longer have to be under 30 to join VOXI. That age restriction was removed ages ago

      You can also cancel anytime if it turns out that VOXI isn't for you


      Join now or go to your nearest Vodafone store join VOXI


      Enjoy being on VOXI, it's the best network I've been on.
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      Completely hate VOXI. The basic access to all websites and web services should be equal, support net neutrality.
      lee_hendo21/07/2019 22:35

      Trust pilot 3.4 out of 10Terrible none existent customer serviceTrust …Trust pilot 3.4 out of 10Terrible none existent customer serviceTrust Pilot Rating


      Same could be said of all networks. Don’t know why people use trust pilot as a way to judge a company. Did you look at the other major networks rating from trust pilot? EE, o2 & Vodafone all have 1 star and three and voxi have 2. Based on your view perhaps we should use no network as trust pilot says their all bad?
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      This used to be 8GB now it's only 6GB ...
      bluefish230321/07/2019 18:55

      This used to be 8GB now it's only 6GB ...


      That was just an offer and never advertised as a new permanent price. Any customers that took advantage can keep their bonus data for 2 years as long as they don't change to a different plan
      Three, Sky Mobile and Vodafone all offer 8GB at this price point though.
      Completely hate VOXI. The basic access to all websites and web services should be equal, support net neutrality.
      Nothing new to see here cold
      Just joined VOXI recently and took up the 8GB offer plan (Offer discussed above - essentially the 6GB plan).

      Other than a bit of faff setting up 4G initially I have found it to be a great service.

      I am even overlapping the last few months of a SIMO contract from EE but worth it to get the 8GB data offer for 2 years.

      Seems great so far. Not encountered any major issues and 4G seems plentiful in most major areas.
      bluefish230321/07/2019 18:59

      Three, Sky Mobile and Vodafone all offer 8GB at this price point though.


      With no contract?
      loopylloyd21/07/2019 19:02

      Just joined VOXI recently and took up the 8GB offer plan (Offer discussed …Just joined VOXI recently and took up the 8GB offer plan (Offer discussed above - essentially the 6GB plan).Other than a bit of faff setting up 4G initially I have found it to be a great service.I am even overlapping the last few months of a SIMO contract from EE but worth it to get the 8GB data offer for 2 years.Seems great so far. Not encountered any major issues and 4G seems plentiful in most major areas.


      Great to know. Yeah VOXI is great - I actually get better speeds and coverage than when I was with EE and the advantage of there being no contract with endless social media data is also an added bonus.
      Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 21st Jul
      andrewworrall121/07/2019 19:04

      I was just thinking that


      I have seen similar deals in terms of data and allowances but indeed no unlimited social data and also generally a min 12 month contract
      Voxi =o2
      Rb41_Rb4q21/07/2019 20:19

      Voxi =o2


      actually Voxi is Vodafone

      VOXI is the new mobile network for people under 30, powered by Vodafone.
      loopylloyd21/07/2019 19:53

      I have seen similar deals in terms of data and allowances but indeed no …I have seen similar deals in terms of data and allowances but indeed no unlimited social data and also generally a min 12 month contract


      Yeah, I'd rather be in a no contract service as I hate being tied into contracts that I can't get out of if the service turns bad. Yes there's a 14 days cooling off period but you don't know for sure if the service will stay the same in terms of coverage, speeds etc during the 12 months
      kobrakaan21/07/2019 20:21

      actually Voxi is VodafoneVOXI is the new mobile network for people under …actually Voxi is VodafoneVOXI is the new mobile network for people under 30, powered by Vodafone.


      No longer only for people under 30, anyone can join now (the age restriction was removed ages ago)
      kobrakaan21/07/2019 20:21

      actually Voxi is VodafoneVOXI is the new mobile network for people under …actually Voxi is VodafoneVOXI is the new mobile network for people under 30, powered by Vodafone.


      Actually Vodafone and O2 share the same base network so technically im right as I install the networks
      And anybody can join now
      Rb41_Rb4q21/07/2019 20:23

      Actually Vodafone and O2 share the same base network so technically im …Actually Vodafone and O2 share the same base network so technically im right as I install the networks And anybody can join now


      Pretty sure they just have a network sharing agreement on 2G and 3G, not 4G or 5G
      Never h👂d of them .
      Edited by: "AW0079" 21st Jul
      kobrakaan21/07/2019 20:21

      actually Voxi is VodafoneVOXI is the new mobile network for people under …actually Voxi is VodafoneVOXI is the new mobile network for people under 30, powered by Vodafone.


      Bar the fact you don’t need to be under 30 now
      loopylloyd21/07/2019 21:25

      Bar the fact you don’t need to be under 30 now


      meh I copy and pasted it because im lazy im on voda anyway
      Trust pilot 3.4 out of 10

      Terrible none existent customer service

      Trust Pilot Rating
      Better signal and speed than my previous provider amd customer service is good had a bit of a problem porting my number and it was all sorted with a voucher for the inconvenience.
      lee_hendo21/07/2019 22:35

      Trust pilot 3.4 out of 10Terrible none existent customer serviceTrust …Trust pilot 3.4 out of 10Terrible none existent customer serviceTrust Pilot Rating


      Same could be said of all networks. Don’t know why people use trust pilot as a way to judge a company. Did you look at the other major networks rating from trust pilot? EE, o2 & Vodafone all have 1 star and three and voxi have 2. Based on your view perhaps we should use no network as trust pilot says their all bad?
      Great extras too, entertainment plan £7 month for unlimited streaming of 5 or 6 sites.
      lee_hendo21/07/2019 22:35

      Trust pilot 3.4 out of 10Terrible none existent customer serviceTrust …Trust pilot 3.4 out of 10Terrible none existent customer serviceTrust Pilot Rating


      Network reviews are always none reliable say if it's another product than everyone receives the same item but say with Phone Networks someone could be getting no signal whilst someone else could be getting 100+ mbs in their home
      Rb41_Rb4q21/07/2019 20:23

      Actually Vodafone and O2 share the same base network so technically im …Actually Vodafone and O2 share the same base network so technically im right as I install the networks And anybody can join now


      As someone said only 2g / 3g masts, not in london , and it just masts not backbone. It why vodafone / voxi is 8 times faster than o2/sky where I live. Lastly u saying that and u install them, really you should look for a different job.

      But u right everyone can join
      Norseg22/07/2019 04:04

      Network reviews are always none reliable say if it's another product than …Network reviews are always none reliable say if it's another product than everyone receives the same item but say with Phone Networks someone could be getting no signal whilst someone else could be getting 100+ mbs in their home


      Only real way is one to do their own tests for their needs
      jordanc9322/07/2019 01:46

      Same could be said of all networks. Don’t know why people use trust pilot a …Same could be said of all networks. Don’t know why people use trust pilot as a way to judge a company. Did you look at the other major networks rating from trust pilot? EE, o2 & Vodafone all have 1 star and three and voxi have 2. Based on your view perhaps we should use no network as trust pilot says their all bad?



      This post is about Voxi and not any other provider. Stop me if I’m wrong. Voxi offer a a reasonably good deal but are let down by their customer services. I was merely passing comment on the customer service of Voxi as per the post. Trust pilot is a platform where customers usually review their experience of a company’s customer service, good or bad. That is all.
      Norseg22/07/2019 04:04

      Network reviews are always none reliable say if it's another product than …Network reviews are always none reliable say if it's another product than everyone receives the same item but say with Phone Networks someone could be getting no signal whilst someone else could be getting 100+ mbs in their home

      This post is about Voxi and not any other provider. Stop me if I’m wrong. Voxi offer a a reasonably good deal but are let down by their customer services. I was merely passing comment on the customer service of Voxi as per the post. Trust pilot is a platform where customers usually review their experience of a company’s customer service, good or bad. That is all.
      lee_hendo22/07/2019 10:02

      This post is about Voxi and not any other provider. Stop me if I’m wrong. V …This post is about Voxi and not any other provider. Stop me if I’m wrong. Voxi offer a a reasonably good deal but are let down by their customer services. I was merely passing comment on the customer service of Voxi as per the post. Trust pilot is a platform where customers usually review their experience of a company’s customer service, good or bad. That is all.


      Voxi definitely had the best customer service out of any provider I've been with. Their chat staff were super friendly and helpful, and were UK based.
      sach722/07/2019 12:27

      Voxi definitely had the best customer service out of any provider I've …Voxi definitely had the best customer service out of any provider I've been with. Their chat staff were super friendly and helpful, and were UK based.


      I second that. I had a very small problem when I joined but nothing as big as to make me want to leave immediately. It was sorted out very fast.
      I've got this for my son. Data isn't used by social media and also buy a video pass for an extra £7 per month and it gives unlimited Netflix, You tube and other streaming services. We set up his phone as a mobile hotspot and use it when we're away at our caravan. Hook up the laptop to the tv via an HDMI and stream away!
      MoonschoolGamer_.21/07/2019 18:59

      Completely hate VOXI. The basic access to all websites and web services …Completely hate VOXI. The basic access to all websites and web services should be equal, support net neutrality.


      What do you mean ? What can’t we access on voxi
      awesomedeals2322/07/2019 23:28

      What do you mean ? What can’t we access on voxi


      I don’t understand what he is going on about. The passes that you can buy to allow unlimited streaming without effecting your data allowance have nothing to do with making your access to the service slower or quicker. You have basic equal access to all websites and streaming services, the voxi passes merely allows you to binge on music or video streaming without it eating into your allowance. I could understand if these passes actually gave you priority over other users or made your access quicker but they don’t.
      For @awesomedeals23@jordanc93 I think @MoonschoolGamer_. Is talking about this (give explanation)

      ispreview.co.uk/ind…tml

      But in comment section, explain why voxi not in breach of net neutrality

      "Voxi has procedures to allow content providers to be added to the list of apps included within their passes hence meet the Net Neutrality criteria."
      Can you upgrade from Vodafone onto Voxi ?
      Ross8108/08/2019 04:13

      Can you upgrade from Vodafone onto Voxi ?


      Yes if out of contract and do not even need to change sim card nor number
      Can I use it in ireland I am irish
      Kian_Plays24/11/2019 21:29

      Can I use it in ireland I am irish


      Yes but only 60 days in one period
      Kian_Plays25/11/2019 15:46

      ? What do you mean by that ?


      You cant use it in eu country permanently. Roaming is supposed to be temporarily
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