Vodafone Passes (better Three Go Binge alternative, also available on 30 day data sims (all packs Combo Pass £15) @ Vodafone from £3
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Vodafone Passes (better Three Go Binge alternative, also available on 30 day data sims (all packs Combo Pass £15) @ Vodafone from £3

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Found 18th Nov
Passes can be bought with phone/plan and sim only, data sims & mobile broadband hardware products for existing & new customers.

Crap BT exchange broadband ?

A choice of 30 day or 12 month terms with mobile broadband hardware or sim only, at the bottom end £11 2GB and add Pass/es & attop end of sim only is 30 days 50GB £30 (£25 for 12 month term) with a £15 Passes combo pack will get you unlimited access to:


Netflix, Spotify, Facebook, WhatsApp, YouTube, Apple Music, Twitter, Facebook Messenger, TIDAL, Instagram, Deezer, Viber Messenger, Prime Music, Amazon Music Unlimited, Pinterest, Amazon Prime Video, SoundCloud, DisneyLife, Napster, My5, TVPlayer, UKTV Play and Vevo


Passes can be bought separately or save £5 (£7 from April 2018 as Video Pass rises £2) with the combo Pass, which is great for using in a Mifi or home router knowing people are using unlimited data on any Pass inclusion (without monitoring family/guests internet use lol) or cutting down your sim only or pay monthly data use for a few quid more (esp video streaming)

vodafone.co.uk/pass/



remember check Cashback sites for ££s if a new customer or adding more sims to your account!

16 Comments

It’s good to raise awareness of it but seems expensive for what it actually is - a little bit of forward planning can save you a lot of money (e.g. download content you want in advance) but then I guess that’s always true.

How is this better than Go Binge other than being on a more reliable network

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plewis009 m ago

It’s good to raise awareness of it but seems expensive for what it a …It’s good to raise awareness of it but seems expensive for what it actually is - a little bit of forward planning can save you a lot of money (e.g. download content you want in advance) but then I guess that’s always true.How is this better than Go Binge other than being on a more reliable network




It’s really for those that have high use of social media, streaming (the social chat apps shouldn’t use much data for text, unless loads of pics sent/received) or those with crap BT exchanges who can’t plan anything lol, it’s better than Three as the inclusions are vastly superior
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Edited by: "seaniboy" 18th Nov

seaniboy3 m ago

It’s really for those that have high use of social media, streaming (the s …It’s really for those that have high use of social media, streaming (the social chat apps shouldn’t use much data for text, unless loads of pics sent/received) or those with crap BT exchanges who can’t plan anything lol, it’s better than Three as the inclusions are vastly superior


Fair enough. Though your link shows just getting a bigger data bundle may also work. Things like SD video only, no VPNs, adverts still use your data, etc are also a bit of a low blow. I think Go Binge is free on Advanced Tariffs anyway now

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plewis0010 m ago

Fair enough. Though your link shows just getting a bigger data bundle may …Fair enough. Though your link shows just getting a bigger data bundle may also work. Things like SD video only, no VPNs, adverts still use your data, etc are also a bit of a low blow. I think Go Binge is free on Advanced Tariffs anyway now


I have Go Binge in 20GB/£8 Mobile Broadband Mifi (24 months) - this should kick Three up the ass! The video data is the heaviest for many and this eridicates it esp for me, I use a Roku for TV Player, Deezer & Netflix with Go Binge. But I could pay £11 for £2GB on Voda 30 day data sim and add £7 Video Pass for so much more - my student Amazon Prime Video for example, You Tube the biggest site over Mifi pulling in full HD, 4K on Netflix & Prime...
Edited by: "seaniboy" 18th Nov

£3 for WhatsApp and Viber - funny.

The video pack is well worth it for YouTube alone. Streaming at 4k has no impact on your data allowance. The app tells you how much data has gone through the pack - we're at 24gb in less than a week.

Other services are 'optimimsed'. Amazon prime plays in HD, sometimes 1080p, and Netflix is never more than HD ( at a guess, as it doesn't tell you, inline Amazon).

plewis001 h, 1 m ago

Fair enough. Though your link shows just getting a bigger data bundle may …Fair enough. Though your link shows just getting a bigger data bundle may also work. Things like SD video only, no VPNs, adverts still use your data, etc are also a bit of a low blow. I think Go Binge is free on Advanced Tariffs anyway now


Says SD only, but it's not in reality. Take a look at my post above. Ads also don't impact data allowance.

Marekj9 m ago

Says SD only, but it's not in reality. Take a look at my post above. Ads …Says SD only, but it's not in reality. Take a look at my post above. Ads also don't impact data allowance.


But I would question how long til they catch on, fix it and bill you as it’s in their terms

plewis0011 m ago

But I would question how long til they catch on, fix it and bill you as …But I would question how long til they catch on, fix it and bill you as it’s in their terms


Yes, perhaps kinks they're working through, but it's a 30 day Sim.

Not really a better "alternative" seeing as you have to pay. Go Binge is no extra

My BT mobile contract was up recently so was weighing up whether to go back to three or move to Vodafone. (I get both fine reception wise.) I ended up going with Three's unlimited data plan for £22. The cheapest sim only contract with Vodafone you can get Vodafone passes on are in themselves £16, so adding in a video pass for example puts it already more expensive than Three’s unlimited plan. Then of course you have the bonus of other things seeing as it's genuine unlimited too, like being able to hook my iPhone up to the telly and watch my iTunes purchases/rentals in full HD, same goes for Netflix through Go Binge or airplaying Amazon in HD.It’s actually gotten to the point where I’m now able to knock the Broadband on the head, which is a nice bonus!
Edited by: "smackos" 21st Nov

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smackos4 h, 4 m ago

My BT mobile contract was up recently so was weighing up whether to go …My BT mobile contract was up recently so was weighing up whether to go back to three or move to Vodafone. (I get both fine reception wise.) I ended up going with Three's unlimited data plan for £22. The cheapest sim only contract with Vodafone you can get Vodafone passes on are in themselves £16, so adding in a video pass for example puts it already more expensive than There's unlimited plan. Then of course you have the bonus of other things seeing as it's genuine unlimited too, like being able to hook my iPhone up to the telly and watch my iTunes purchases/rentals in full HD, same goes for Netflix through Go Binge. It’s actually gotten to the point where I’m now able to knock the Broadband on the head, which is a nice bonus!


It is great I use hotspot for Roku 3 with TVPLAYER, Deezer and Netflix, portable TV. I emailed the Three Go Binge team a link to Vodafone lol, Apple Music comes to Go Binge 27th Nov it might be poorer quality AM but free streaming is always welcome, using the last 2 months of my free 6 months EE Apple Music as we speak, Deezer keep offering me 99p for three (ironic!) months and I shall be taking that offer up come 2018

Crap capped at 5GB from what I heard

The rolling contract only edit the contract on that specific date is a pain in the ass! Is this the same with all rolling contracts? Have invaded Huawei mifi unit with Vodafone (bought at pc world for £10 on pre black friday deal)
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