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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

If you are from Vodafone forget about consuming data for using your social networks

Nowadays, the biggest internet traffic is made from mobile devices , and this is something that the operators know. That's why Vodafone Italia has launched a service for unlimited data for chat, social networking, music and video called Vodafone Pass.

Vodafone Pass arrives in Spain, although with some differences from what is offered in Italy

In Italy, the British operator offers a flat rate service since the end of June where users can choose from different options. 
In this way it is possible to choose different options:
  • Vodafone Social Pass and Chat: With this service you can access messaging services and social networks for 5 euros per month . 
    The services that you can use are: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, Tinder, Happn, Askfm, WhatsApp, Skype, Telegram, iMessage, Viber, WeChat, Imo, Message +, Call + and Hallo (under no circumstances Includes calls or video calls via voIP).
  • Vodafone Pass Music:  This service offers unlimited music for 3 euros per month
    The services included are: Deezer Music, SoundCloud, iTunes, Apple Music, Tidal and Amazon Prime Music among other services.
  • Vodafone Pass Video: Through this service you can access different online video services for 10 euros per month . 
    The services included are: YouTube, Netflix and HBO among other services.
Options Vodafone Pass in Spain
Different options of Vodafone Pass in Spain
Now, and to the joy of many users, this service arrives in Spain although, as we will see below presents some differences. 
As in Italy, the operator offers its services of  Vodafone Pass Social and Chat for 5 euros per month , with the same characteristics, and the same happens with Vodafone Pass Music for 3 euros per month . The substantial difference is found in the absence of Vodafone Pass Video , which apparently seems to have been relegated to Spanish users.
It really seems a bit strange the operator's decision not to offer the "flat rate" service for video streaming services , although they may decide to incorporate it in the near future.
The different flat rate services are offered for contract rates:
  • One L, One M, One S
  • Red L, M Network, Smart S, Megayuser, Mini S
  • + Lines L, + Lines M, + Lines S, + Lines yu, + Mini Lines, + Lines M, + Data Lines M, + Data Lines S
  • Mobile Internet M, Mobile Internet S
Despite the "absence" of the Video Pass, the rest of the other services arrive at a good time for. 
If you are a user of this operator, I recommend you read this article where different commissions are explained by some steps .

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