I'm surprised this has been voted so cold. Hot from me !!
Ahhh interesting! Maybe this will get hot after all then!
Interesting age! Do they not check via credit check/any other means at all then?? Agree re the WiFi calling and VoLTE, would be useful. One thing to point out is that Voxi as far as I'm aware do use Vodafone's 800 MHz spectrum (as well as other frequencies), whilst MVNO's like Plusnet & Virgin don't have access to EE's 800 MHz spectrum, so in my experience indoor signal was poorer compared to Voxi.
There's a fair bit of video on Facebook and Instagram, but yes, their 'benefits' is marginal. However - they do offer 'packs' to add on top: Endless Music Pass Stump up £5 a month for a music pass and you’ll be able to stream tunes from Spotify, TIDAL, Deezer, Napster, SoundCloud, Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music Endless Video Pass Pay £7 for a video pass and you’ll be able to watch Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, DisneyLife, Vevo, My5, YouTube, UKTV Play and TVPlayer, which includes channels like MTV & Comedy Central. Bare in mind this also covers access via a WiFi Hotspot - unlimited video streaming for £17/month across all of the EuropeZone, might be really useful for some people! And you can turn the packs on and off each month as you desire. Could be very handy for use on holiday, if you holiday in Europe (and if we're even allowed to set foot in Europe next summer...!) I'm a happy VOXI user for the past 3 months, and will stay until there's a better SIM only offer I can jump to, but for £10 a month, no contract, inc. roaming, I can't beat it (and I can't go on Three or EE due to no signal at home). Only downside of VOXI vs. Vodafone is there's no VoLTE (4G calling - better call quality) or VoWIFI (WiFi Calling) with VOXI. Which is a shame. Andi Age 38, err, no, I mean 18. XD