Vodafone Czech Republic promotes Video Pass, Music Pass zero-rated services

Thursday 16 November 2017 | 13:17 CET | News

Vodafone Czech Republic announced its Christmas promotion will focus on its zero-rated data options Video Pass and Music Pass, first announced in October.  Under the passes, applications such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Netflix and HBO GO are available without spending data from the subscriber's package. Video Pass will be free in promotion until the end of January and from February it will cost CZK 199 a month. 

Music Pass costs CZK 99 a month and no promotion is offered on the service separately, only in combination with other Vodafone Pass services. Until the end of January 2018, the operator will offer the following combinations of zero-rated services: Video and Social Pass free; Video, Music and Social Pass for CZK 99 a month; and Video, Music, Social and Chat Pass for CZK 198 a month.

From February, only two packages will be available, namely Video+Music+Social Pass for CZK 299 a month and Video+Music+Chat Pass for CZK 299 a month.

Vodafone Video Pass covers the applications YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO GO, Stream.cz, Seznam Zpravy, Pohadky and SledovaniTV. Vodafone plans to add the following applications in December: Digi2Go, Lepsi.TV, Horizon Go and Kuki TV.

Music Pass includes free data for Apple Music, Deezer, Tidal, MusicJet, Evropa 2, Frekvence 1, Radio Bonton, Dance Radio, Youradio, Pigy.cz and Radio Zet. In December, Vodafone will add Spotify.

Vodafone Pass is also available for customers using the shared tariff Red+, which allows using the zero-rated package by all four members of the group. 

The operator has a promotional offer also for customers not using a tariff qualifying for a Vodafone Pass package. For these customers, Vodafone will add 2 GB extra data for one month free or the package Complete in the network fixed with a 50-percent discount for six months (CZK 124.50 a month after the discount).

Similar zero-rated streaming services have been introduced also in other countries, e. g. Austria, where it has raised regulator's concerns, or in Poland.

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