Vodafone's VOXI Network is Now Offering Triple Data

By Tom Pritchard on at

Have you heard of VOXI? I wouldn't blame you if you hadn't, it's quite a new mobile network designed for them young-uns. It's owned and run by Vodafone, so it's a bit like their version of giffgaff, complete with plans and benefits you wouldn't find on the main network. The main one is free social data but now it's been announced that VOXI is offering triple data as well.

New and existing customers can get the extra data to use each month, on top of all the zero rate data on offer. That means the 2GB, 5GB, and 15GB data plans now offer 6GB, 15GB, and 45GB at no extra cost. Which is nice because we all love data, and they only cost £5, £15, and £20 a month, respectively. The bad news is that this offer isn't going to last forever. You only get 24 months worth of triple data, and you have to get in there before 16th September if you want to qualify.

Still, there are worse things than two years of extra data. That's on top of all existing perks to including unlimited calls and texts, 30 rolling contracts, free picture messaging, and the option to pay an extra £5 for unlimited music streaming or £7 for unlimited video - just like Vodafone proper.

Just one word of warning, the endless data T&Cs mention you need to keep some data active if you want to continue using social media as much as you like. If you run out then you're locked out of everything, endless or not. Voice and video calls on Instagram, Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp are also not included.