For COVID-19 updates, visit the official government website for free.

Vodacom Now!

We've looked at the five types of Ticket bundles Vodacom offers. Now it's time to delve deeper into one of them: the Video Ticket. Here's how it works.

What is a Video Ticket?

Video Tickets make it more affordable for you to stream movies, series and other video content on Video Play, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, VuClip Videos, DStv and Showmax. They are valid for a certain period only and can be used for all the listed services.

How much does a Video Ticket cost?

You can buy a 100MB Ticket that is valid for one day for R5, a 250MB Ticket that is valid for one day for R8, a 750MB Ticket that is valid for a week for R35, or a 1G Ticket that is valid for a full month for R60. You can't buy more than one Video Ticket at the same time.

Note that a one-hour bundle means 60 minutes from confirmation of purchase and a one-day bundle covers you until midnight on the day of purchase. Note also that these costs include data only and not subscriptions or access to the various services.

If your Ticket is depleted while you are watching a video, the data will come from your anytime data bundle. After that, you will be charged according to your existing data tariff plan.

How do I buy a Video Ticket?

If you have a Vodacom profile, you can quickly and easily buy a Video Ticket online.

For more information on Vodacom Video Tickets, read the FAQ page on the Vodacom site.

Header photo by NordWood Themes on Unsplash

Suggested Posts

Here's how to find your PUK number

Vodacom | 22nd Dec 20

View more
Locked out of your phone? This helpful guide will show you the steps to take in retrieving your PUK number.
Vodacom 531 Followers

How to prevent SIM swap fraud

Vodacom | 13th Nov 20

View more
Prevent fraudulent activity, here is how to remain safe from SIM swap fraud.  
Vodacom 531 Followers

Where is your data going?

Vodacom | 28th Oct 20

View more
Download the My Vodacom app and use our Detailed Data Usage tool to see the top 10 apps and websites using your data.
Vodacom 531 Followers