VOXI 5G plans now give you unlimited data for video

14 September 2020

VOXI 5G endless plans

VOXI’s plans have just got a little bit better – in a way that helps you make the most of your 5G connection.

That’s because the company has now added 5G and what it calls ‘Endless Video’ to its 15GB and 45GB plans. This lets you stream content from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, My5, TVPlayer and UKTV Play without it coming out of your data allowance.

With 5G bringing an end to video buffering, even with high resolution content, the move to let you do an unlimited amount of it on select services seems the perfect addition to a 5G plan, and this move also makes 5G available on a wider selection of the network’s plans, as until recently you could only get it with unlimited data.

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These plans don’t cost much either – the 15GB plan costs £15 per month, and for 45GB you’ll pay just £20. These plans are also available with a smartphone contract if you don’t yet have a 5G phone.

And the plans still come with the Endless Social Media that VOXI’s plans have long been known for – this is a similar idea, but lets you use unlimited amounts of data for Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp, Pinterest, Snapchat and Twitter at no extra cost.

You can grab one of these plans now, while customers who are already on a 15GB or 45GB 4G plan will automatically be upgraded to a new Endless Video plan (with 5G added) for free when their plan refreshes.

Dan Lambrou, Head of Youth and Mass segments, Vodafone UK, said: “Video streaming is one of the most popular things our VOXI customers do on their phones and we’ve seen this increase over the last few months as they use video platforms and social media for a range of things like learning, socialising or simply entertainment.

“By adding Endless Video streaming to our existing Endless Social plans, our customers can enjoy the content they really want, without having to worry about their data usage.”

It’s worth noting that VOXI previously offered Endless Video as an optional add-on for £7 per month, but bundling it with plans seems to offer better value, especially now 5G is more widely available across the network’s plans too.

And VOXI looks to be a good place to be for 5G. The network is owned by Vodafone and therefore shares its infrastructure. At the time of writing that means you can get 5G coverage in 46 UK towns in cities, plus as with Vodafone you can also roam at 5G speeds in 70 European destination – something that isn’t yet possible on other UK networks.

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Sub-Editor at 5G.co.uk

James is sub-editor at both 5G.co.uk and TechRadar. Also works as a researcher/ technical writer for 5G.co.uk and several other websites including TechRadar, T3, Smart TV Radar, 3G.co.uk with work on the web, in print and on TV.

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