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Voxi now offering 60Gb data for £20 per month
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Voxi now offering 60Gb data for £20 per month

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Posted 2nd Mar

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VOXI are now offering 60Gb data for £20 a momth. I know that they haven't been deduction data for quite some time now, but who knows when that might change.
VOXI don't offer Wi-Fi calling unlike Sky, no 5G unless on their Endless data plan for £35, and no way to speak to customer services.
But for those who don't like cashback deals, who get a good reception from Vodafone, you can expect good data speed, VOXI is a good choice. But I what I really like, is their is No lengthy contract, no Credit Check, and finally when referring a friend, you'll both get a £20 Amazon Gift Card.
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You you could just buy the £10 offer seen as how the data metering is broke on voxi
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Thank you, good news,heat deserved.

Worth mentioning 1 month free through UNIDAYS:

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Plus Topcashback:

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It might work all of them combined,including the Amazon Voucher, if skilled and lucky
Edited by: "italondonistaavataurino" 2nd Mar
i switched to Voxi a good few months back, all is good, online customer chat gets things sorted.. happy with them.. not a bad deal, heat added..
You you could just buy the £10 offer seen as how the data metering is broke on voxi
GlesgaNed02/03/2020 09:00

You you could just buy the £10 offer seen as how the data metering is …You you could just buy the £10 offer seen as how the data metering is broke on voxi


That's the plan for many. You can always upgrade to the 60gb at later stage I guess.
GlesgaNed02/03/2020 09:00

You you could just buy the £10 offer seen as how the data metering is …You you could just buy the £10 offer seen as how the data metering is broke on voxi


Sssssssshhhhhhush
Another good thing about Voxi is that as you are not on a contract every time they have a special deal you can switch to that no problem. Also you can roam like at home in Northern Cyprus and Turkey. My contract is coming to an end with Vodafone and they can't offer me a Sim only deal better than Voxi. Recommend a friend and you can both get an Amazon Gift card too.
Edited by: "yorkie12" 2nd Mar
Please check your bank account every month if paying by credit card as they overcharge constantly and merely put it down to a technical hitch. Getting that money refunded is a nightmare as customer chat can't help but have to open a request, you then have to wait for a reply, then you have to phone to confirm! Takes weeks for a refund then they overcharge again!
Never had an issue with extra payments or anything. I get a great 4g connection in my area. Getting my parents on it in a couple of months.
Polar102/03/2020 09:13

Please check your bank account every month if paying by credit card as …Please check your bank account every month if paying by credit card as they overcharge constantly and merely put it down to a technical hitch. Getting that money refunded is a nightmare as customer chat can't help but have to open a request, you then have to wait for a reply, then you have to phone to confirm! Takes weeks for a refund then they overcharge again!


OH pays by Direct Debit and they always send her an email to say when they are collecting her £10. One slight criticism is they work on a 30 day period not a calendar month. This means you pay on a different date most months and being really picky get 5 days less a year for 12 payments.
Giffgaff gives you 80GB for the same price (on O2). Speed may be better or worse depending on your area.
Polar102/03/2020 09:13

Please check your bank account every month if paying by credit card as …Please check your bank account every month if paying by credit card as they overcharge constantly and merely put it down to a technical hitch. Getting that money refunded is a nightmare as customer chat can't help but have to open a request, you then have to wait for a reply, then you have to phone to confirm! Takes weeks for a refund then they overcharge again!


Exactly the same thing happened to me, as it was a sim in my son's phone but I paid the bill it was a nightmare getting anything done.

They kept insisting on sending a security number text to the sim, kept telling them the phone was in my son's pocket at school so that's not viable. When they eventually talked to me they said they would convert the overpayment into 'credit' on the sim but not to spend the credit as it would take upto 4 weeks before the refunds team would ring back. I told them my son won't answer the phone to an unknown person and he wasn't the bill payer anyway so he couldn't confirm the bank card details when they did eventually ring.
You can get better deals for Vodafone via 3rd party for less money.
szferke02/03/2020 09:50

You can get better deals for Vodafone via 3rd party for less money.


You can't if you are already with them , would have to port number away and then come back as a new customer. Having said that third party deals that are better are all contract and all involve claiming cashback that I have seen.
yorkie1202/03/2020 09:58

You can't if you are already with them , would have to port number away …You can't if you are already with them , would have to port number away and then come back as a new customer. Having said that third party deals that are better are all contract and all involve claiming cashback that I have seen.


Yes, but that is not a big deal, you can do it in a few days and it definitely worth the hassle
Voxi/Vodafone are nearly as bad as 3 here in east London. I've just cancelled after having it a month and I never got d/l speeds above 5Mbps. Hugely oversubscribed.
justpassingthru02/03/2020 10:21

Voxi/Vodafone are nearly as bad as 3 here in east London. I've just …Voxi/Vodafone are nearly as bad as 3 here in east London. I've just cancelled after having it a month and I never got d/l speeds above 5Mbps. Hugely oversubscribed.


Sorry to hear that Vodafone isn't good in East London.
Whereas in North London, indoors...
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If they had WIFI calling would jump on this
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V_Oo02/03/2020 10:45

Sorry to hear that Vodafone isn't good in East London.Whereas in North …Sorry to hear that Vodafone isn't good in East London.Whereas in North London, indoors... [Image]


I'd have been more than happy with those speeds.
These are what I got before I gave up on it.
I ended all hassles and just went with 35gb for £11 from bt extra (ee)
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htslough02/03/2020 09:03

Sssssssshhhhhhush


it's not a secret, they openly tell people i mean they even email people saying that. or they did last year.
justpassingthru02/03/2020 11:34

[Image] I'd have been more than happy with those speeds.These are what I …[Image] I'd have been more than happy with those speeds.These are what I got before I gave up on it.


speed is slow cos you are not on iphone.
rodman02/03/2020 14:57

speed is slow cos you are not on iphone.


£20 for 100gb for BT customers.
justpassingthru02/03/2020 11:34

[Image] I'd have been more than happy with those speeds.These are what I …[Image] I'd have been more than happy with those speeds.These are what I got before I gave up on it.


Absolutely this. Voxi is utter garbage. I had issues in East London and Central London (work in Soho). Data rates were barely 1Mbps down and up.

Switched to EE on that £15/month 12GB plan someone posted a while back, now getting 30-60Mbps down and 15-20Mbps up. Pretty much everywhere I go. Not only that, voice call coverage is miles better to. I'll gladly pay more for the useable data rates and increased coverage.
justpassingthru02/03/2020 11:34

[Image] I'd have been more than happy with those speeds.These are what I …[Image] I'd have been more than happy with those speeds.These are what I got before I gave up on it.


In the screen shot it shows you are on "H+" signal which is 3G HSDPA.

Have a look in the settings on your phone, it could be possible you have it set to only use a 3G (HSDPA) signal, so regardless if there is a 4G in your area, it will only connect to 3G.
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g-diddy03/03/2020 21:23

In the screen shot it shows you are on "H+" signal which is 3G HSDPA.Have …In the screen shot it shows you are on "H+" signal which is 3G HSDPA.Have a look in the settings on your phone, it could be possible you have it set to only use a 3G (HSDPA) signal, so regardless if there is a 4G in your area, it will only connect to 3G.


yeah also, i had to go into network settings and manually select networks and choose vodafone 4G otherwise it stuck itself on 3G but i've only had to do that once and now it constantly goes onto 4G but i thought that might be down to me having a Chinese phone ?! not sure.
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g-diddy03/03/2020 21:23

In the screen shot it shows you are on "H+" signal which is 3G HSDPA.Have …In the screen shot it shows you are on "H+" signal which is 3G HSDPA.Have a look in the settings on your phone, it could be possible you have it set to only use a 3G (HSDPA) signal, so regardless if there is a 4G in your area, it will only connect to 3G.


There are 3g and 4g results there. The 4g signal was not always available. This is in east London, not the middle of the countryside!
deleted244419103/03/2020 21:36

yeah also, i had to go into network settings and manually select networks …yeah also, i had to go into network settings and manually select networks and choose vodafone 4G otherwise it stuck itself on 3G but i've only had to do that once and now it constantly goes onto 4G but i thought that might be down to me having a Chinese phone ?! not sure.


I used an app from google play called Radio Switcher to manually select LTE (4g). Still got pathetic speeds if I was lucky enough to get a 4g signal, so I set it back to auto so I could get 3g and 4g. I also spent a lot of time on webchats with Voxi support. Complete waste of time. Lucky for me I only wasted a tenner.
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justpassingthru03/03/2020 22:52

I used an app from google play called Radio Switcher to manually select …I used an app from google play called Radio Switcher to manually select LTE (4g). Still got pathetic speeds if I was lucky enough to get a 4g signal, so I set it back to auto so I could get 3g and 4g. I also spent a lot of time on webchats with Voxi support. Complete waste of time. Lucky for me I only wasted a tenner.


damn. that's unlucky. well at least it was only a tenner.
for me, it's great.



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toxicnerve02/03/2020 21:03

Absolutely this. Voxi is utter garbage. I had issues in East London and …Absolutely this. Voxi is utter garbage. I had issues in East London and Central London (work in Soho). Data rates were barely 1Mbps down and up. Switched to EE on that £15/month 12GB plan someone posted a while back, now getting 30-60Mbps down and 15-20Mbps up. Pretty much everywhere I go. Not only that, voice call coverage is miles better to. I'll gladly pay more for the useable data rates and increased coverage.


whaaa? i work in soho too, 150+ mbit down, 50+ up.
On Voxi?
Lucky for you! I had to ditch because it was so awful. Maybe I'm just on a more heavily congested cell or something. As I say, I was having issues at home and work.
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toxicnerve03/03/2020 23:06

Lucky for you! I had to ditch because it was so awful. Maybe I'm just on a …Lucky for you! I had to ditch because it was so awful. Maybe I'm just on a more heavily congested cell or something. As I say, I was having issues at home and work.


it's not so great at home in bedford, but I can live with it 20 down, 1-2 up
I'm next to soho square at work so i imagine it's a quite heavily congested area. I moved a few months ago from three because i wasn't even getting 1mbit down :/

i think suffice it to say all the UK networks are kinda pants (i've literally tied them all, EE, Voda/Voxi, Three/Smarty, O2/giffgaff etc). But I've tethered to my phone and shared with colleagues more than once when we lost our internet at work and a handful of us were the only ones that could stay online. Our work building is fairly high up though. Street level its a bit slower but still more than 100mbit usually. I guess you're right it could be buildings blocking signal or congested cells.
Edited by: "deleted2444191" 3rd Mar
They need to reduce the unlimited plan to match competitors.
Has anyone else noticed that their data allowance is going down with use? I recently topped up on the 5th of March.
DannyChamp09/03/2020 09:59

Has anyone else noticed that their data allowance is going down with use? …Has anyone else noticed that their data allowance is going down with use? I recently topped up on the 5th of March.


My data not gone down since last summer, my last £10 top up was a week ago and its still showing 8Gb of data.
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Edited by: "PaulandPam" 9th Mar
Thanks for the response. I got the SIM card in December when the £10 for 8GB offer was on, and cancelled the plan before the 30 days time period. When I topped up the SIM last week, I noticed that the £10 plan had dropped to 6GB. Maybe this is why the data is starting to run down now, and those who have let their plans from last year, keep auto-topping are still on unlimited data?
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