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Vodafone's VOXI Offers Jobseekers Unlimited Data for £10

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Youth-oriented Vodafone brand VOXI is offering jobseekers unlimited mobile data, texts and calls for just £10 a month to help those who have lost their jobs during the coronavirus crisis.

VOXI typically charges £35 a month for unlimited plans. Its offer to jobseekers amounts to a 70% discount and is the cheapest unlimited plan on the market.

It’s available for six months for anyone receiving Jobseeker’s Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance or employment-based Universal Credit.

To qualify, you’ll need to upload an image of your Universal Credit statement or letter from the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) to Voxi’s website before 31 January 2021. Documents will be instantly verified so you can complete registration and purchase the plan.

At its launch in 2017, VOXI was a service available only to under-25s. The age limit was raised to 30 in 2018 and last year abolished altogether. Its new offer is available to jobseekers of any age.

Like all VOXI plans, there’s no credit check and you don’t have to commit to a contract.

Customers can also access Vodafone’s expanding 5G network through the plan.

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.”

Not unemployed? The cheapest unlimited plan available to all consumers is £16 a month from iD Mobile, which uses Three’s network.

Additionally, in response to the second lockdown, Vodafone has announced it will extend its “free upgrade” of unlimited data for NHS workers until 31 January 2021.

Lauren Smith
Lauren Smith

Lauren Smith has worked as a journalist and copywriter for most of the last decade, covering technology, energy, and consumer rights, in the US and UK.

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