We spoke to more than 3,305 customers from 16 of the biggest phone providers including EE, O2, Three and Vodafone. They told us exactly what they thought of their phone company, from its customer service to value for money.
In this in-depth review of Voxi, we will:
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Table notes: Results based on an online survey of 3,305 members of the public in January and February 2022.
Voxi uses Vodafone’s network. Voxi is a virtual provider, which means it uses another provider's infrastructure – in this case Vodafone’s. It offers 3G, 4G and 5G coverage.
You can check coverage where you live by using our free interactive . Simply enter your postcode into the map and it will tell you how good Vodafone's signal is in your area, as well as comparing it with the other providers.
Voxi offers an extensive range of phone contracts and Sim-only deals. Cancel-anytime Sim-only deals start from £10 a month, giving you 15GB of data plus unlimited calls and texts.
All deals receive Voxi’s flagship incentive - endless social media. Using certain apps, such as Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and WhatsApp, won't eat into your data allowance. However, this doesn't include making and receiving voice and video calls.
Plans with 30GB of data or more also include endless video. This means you can watch videos on streaming services such as Amazon Prime, Netflix, Tiktok and YouTube without using any of your data allowance.
All plans include EU roaming at no extra cost, although endless social media and video is unavailable and there's a 20GB fair usage limit.
Voxi runs a scheme called Voxi For Now, offering endless data, calls and texts for £10 a month, to people claiming certain government benefits. This plan would usually cost £35 a month. Anyone claiming jobseeker's allowance, disability allowance, Personal Independent Payment, Employment and Support Allowance or employment-based Universal Credit is eligible. There is no requirement to sign a contract, and the plan can be paused or cancelled at any time.
Launched as a network aimed at younger, internet-focused generations, Voxi doesn’t have much of a physical presence such as stores. If you need any help or advice, Voxi doesn't have a call centre but you can use the to live chat with its social media and website teams to resolve any issues.
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