Staying Connected

If you haven’t heard of Voxi before, I wouldn’t be surprised. It was launched by Vodafone at the end of 2017, initially catering for those under the age of 25 (now 30). There are a few Voxi plans you can choose from, each with a text, call and data allowance which increases the more you pay, the same as any other company would offer.

Sold as a ‘millennial phone plan’, the main advantage of Voxi plans is that you get unlimited access to social media — Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, WhatsApp, Messenger, Pinterest, etc.. Upgradable options can include unlimited video and music from Netflix, Youtube and Spotify.

For us, the best benefit of Voxi is that you can use the plan around most of Europe, without getting charged extra. I’m sure any traveller would agree that it can be confusing and time-consuming to get a new sim card for each country, especially with your mobile number changing all the time. With Voxi plans, there are over 40 countries included in their Europe zone, so continue using your phone as normal.

Our plan costs £10 a month and gives us 6GB of normal data, unlimited texts/calls and unlimited social media. You couldn’t ask for a better plan as a digital nomad. Don’t forget, it’s pay as you go, so there’s no commitment, and you can cancel anytime. As they are using Vodafone masts, you get 4G signal in most of Europe.

Check out some of their other deals here.

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Have you heard of a better deal than this? Let us know in the comments, as we’re always interested in checking out the best possible deals for our travels.

 

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