Vodafone Spain introduces zero-rated video and map passes

Monday 2 October 2017 | 13:28 CET | News

Vodafone Spain has announced the launch of two new all-you-can-eat data offers for video and map use following the social media and music passes introduced earlier this year. The new Video Pass allows subscribers to stream unlimited videos at 720p quality via platforms such as YouTube, Netflix, HBO, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Youtube Kids, Vevo, Rakuten TV, Twitch, Fox News and Vodafone TV Online for EUR 8 a month, with a Video HD Pass also available for EUR 17 a month for those wanting 1080p quality. The new Maps Pass, meanwhile, gives subscribers unlimited zero-rated access to popular navigation and traffic apps such as Google Maps, Google Earth, Here, Tomtom, iCoyote and Waze for EUR 3 a month.

The other two all-you-can-eat data offers have been available since the start of July, with Vodafone Social Pass giving unlimited access to some of the most popular messaging and social networks (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tinder, Flickr, Tumblr and Snapchat) for EUR 3 a month. The company has since added Grinder, Badoo, Meetic, Adoptauntio and Periscope to the offer. It already offers unlimited WhatsApp, Telegram, Line, WeChat, Blackberry IM and Message+ use via its zero-rated Chat Zero app.

Vodafone Music Pass gives subscribers zero-rated access to music streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Napster, SoundCloud and Deezer for EUR 5 a month, with Tidal also now available.

The company said the number of apps included in each of its passes isn’t yet closed and other app or service providers can ask to be added if they agree to its terms and conditions. 

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