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Monday, November 9th, 2020 (8:57 am) - Score 6,504
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Contract-free UK mobile operator VOXI, which is a sibling of Vodafone, has today launched a new 5G based (mobile broadband) tariff that will give unlimited data, calls and texts for just £10 a month, for up to 6 months, to anyone who has lost their job as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic (equivalent to a 70% discount).

The normal price of VOXI’s full unlimited 5G plan is £35 per month. Meanwhile the new plan, which will be available until 31st January 2021, is open to anyone (not just the under 25s) currently claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance or employment based Universal Credit.

NOTE: Customers will need to upload an image of their Universal Credit statement or a letter from the Department for Work and Pensions via the VOXI website to confirm they are in receipt of job seeking benefits.

Meanwhile parent operator Vodafone has also announced that, in light of the new lockdown, they’ve extended their “free upgrade” to unlimited data for NHS workers until 31st January 2021.

Nick Jeffery, CEO of Vodafone UK, said:

“We want to provide financial relief to those people most in need at this incredibly difficult time. And we want to make sure those people keep connected, because we know how vital that is – vital to finding new work, and vital to good mental health.

If you can’t afford your current plan, or you know someone who is struggling, we can help.”

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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12 Responses
  1. Craig says:

    I am now out of contract with Vodafone am I best switching to VOXI?

    1. Davros says:

      Well I am on them – I pay £15 a month and you get social media and basically their version of Go Binge for that price and 5G access. I like voxi because I don’t use whatsapp etc we still send picture messages to each other – which are also included

      I’ve used unlimited once at £35 and it was fine. I am taking this offer as my plan ran out yesterday so it was nice to see this when I logged in today.

  2. Craig Downing says:

    How do I apply for the Vodafone voxi sim deal for 10 pound a month for universal credit claimant with the unlimited data??

    1. Mark Jackson says:

      Link in the second paragraph.

  3. Davros says:

    The article says up to 6 months but the offer page does say 6 months

  4. Billy nomates says:

    I liked Voxi, especially when they weren’t able to count the data so all plans were unlimited.

    The only down sides were no wifi calling and no call waiting. But I had great signal and speed with them when they used them. So great in fact that I moved to a full-fat contract with Vodafone, who then let me down by not fixing a mast problem for 3 months and counting now.

    1. Teryy says:

      This still happens. my £15 bundle last month stopped after 500MB and was unlimited for the whole month

    2. blueacid says:

      No call waiting is a pain, I didn’t realise they were lacking that feature!

  5. Sam Skellern says:

    Just a shame Vodafone is the only network in my area that i cant get any signal from!

    1. Lone says:

      Voxi uses the vodafone network so you can get the deal! It’s the same way giffgaff uses O2’s network. Voxi is a vodafone company

  6. Jack says:

    Shame the website is so poor it won’t let me proceed signing up to this plan which I could really benefit from. It just shows “Processing your application… We’ll be done in just a sec, no need to refresh”.

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