VOXI Introductory Offer - Unlimited Social, Video & Music Data (Under 25s) from £10 @ Voxi
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VOXI Introductory Offer - Unlimited Social, Video & Music Data (Under 25s) from £10 @ Voxi

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Found 17th Apr
VOXI are currently running a promotion for new customers that gives you 6 months of Unlimited Video and Music streaming data, on top of your allowance and the already included Social data. Offer ends 10 May. It's owned by Vodafone, but only available for Under 25s (verified with passport number).

They are also currently offering a Free Phone Case for all new customers. You can use your allowance in the EU Roaming zone too.

I currently works with the following services:
  • YouTube
  • Netflix
  • Amazon Prime Video
  • DisneyLife
  • My5
  • TVPlayer
  • UKTV Play
  • Vevo
  • Spotify
  • Apple Music
  • Tidal
  • Deezer
  • Amazon Music (Prime and Unlimited)
  • SoundCloud
  • Napster

VOXI also offers Unlimited Social data as standard on these services:
  • Facebook
  • WhatsApp
  • Snapchat
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Facebook Messenger

On top of this, you'll get unlimited calls and texts, plus the allowance you pay monthly for (30 day contract).
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I always wondered when you suddenly became old and uncool. Turns out it's 25.
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I always wondered when you suddenly became old and uncool. Turns out it's 25.
This looks like steps towards the dismantling of net neutrality. Paying separately to access different parts of the internet.
xbilly3 m ago

This looks like steps towards the dismantling of net neutrality. Paying …This looks like steps towards the dismantling of net neutrality. Paying separately to access different parts of the internet.


Yeah i thought this when i saw the deal and thats very bad
Great deal for the savvy (and under 25s), but the clueless will get used to streaming all of that data and wonder why they've racked up a massive bill after month 6...
xbilly27 m ago

This looks like steps towards the dismantling of net neutrality. Paying …This looks like steps towards the dismantling of net neutrality. Paying separately to access different parts of the internet.


chrisvenn23 m ago

Yeah i thought this when i saw the deal and thats very bad



How? Its a bit of a leap to say the next step would be the dismantling of net neautrality (which i agree would be a disaster), your on a limited data plan and these guys are throwing in unlimited data for specific apps is a non issue for me.
Sawb1 h, 19 m ago

How? Its a bit of a leap to say the next step would be the dismantling of …How? Its a bit of a leap to say the next step would be the dismantling of net neautrality (which i agree would be a disaster), your on a limited data plan and these guys are throwing in unlimited data for specific apps is a non issue for me.


Mixed views here.

On the one hand I remember Aol and installing a browser to byoass their garden wall. Vodafone and o2 had their own wap sites. They want to keep you on vodafone music etc in an ideal world.

And although I love Netflix was a while before it did not exist and so would not be covered so you stifle competition.

But ..maybe this is a polite way of saying unlimited internet but no torrenting?

Though most torrent sites blocked now for non savvy users...
Jes110 h, 51 m ago

I always wondered when you suddenly became old and uncool. Turns out it's …I always wondered when you suddenly became old and uncool. Turns out it's 25.


I’m skinnier now than I was at 25 so I must be Uber, cool is so below me






xbilly10 h, 37 m ago

This looks like steps towards the dismantling of net neutrality. Paying …This looks like steps towards the dismantling of net neutrality. Paying separately to access different parts of the internet.


Net neutrality v unlimited mobile access is worth it, if some of these companies want to pay Vodafone for unlimited access it also brings down priceplan costs for us and profit for shareholders, apart from Unlimited 4G for Virgin Media (tv/phone/BB) customers unlimited plans are a few years off (still no unlimited 3G on or off 4G plans) so £25 extra to Virgin for a mobile on top of home services or nothing is the current status quo! And that Virgin UNLIMITED is speed capped by EE at 1MBPS at 400GB.

Three Go Binge and Voda ‘Data’ passes are much better than EE Apple Music and o2s nothing to offer, 6 months free ontop is unbeaten, it’s a great deal, you can even get your first £20 month free by spending £7.49 on a basic 2G phone at Argos someone posted earlier (& a free Voda handset unlock code after the 30 days for no network spend - Voda doesn’t even do that but sister Voxi does
Seaniboy,

can you be more precise in your post? I am confused. Maybe a link or two would help for your last para about £20 free etc.

Thanks
I posted this last time I saw a deal for Voxi & the same still applies:
Not wanting to scare anyone, but in their Privacy policy, they collect your passwords:
voxi.co.uk/pri…icy
What we collect about you
<...>
  • Credential information – we’ll collect passwords, hints and similar security information used for authentication and access to accounts and services;

I'm assuming they mean access to their services, but it doesn't define that.
Not one for me I think, although the 'unlimited social data' was tempting.
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