Households pulling in low incomes can now apply for a cheap £10 mobile phone tariff which includes unlimited everything.

Voxi has launched a new scheme which lets people on certain means-tested benefits like Jobseekers Allowance sign up for the plan.

The “For Now” tariff uses Vodaphone’s network – so it’s pretty reliable.

It’s available to employment and support allowance claimants, jobseeker’s and those who get employment based Universal Credit.

The sim-only price plan doesn’t include a phone, but can be used with your current device and there won’t be any surprising extra charges or services.

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You can use the plan for up to six months and it can be started at any time before January 31.

To apply, you need to prove that you claim certain benefits.

So, you need to upload an image of your Universal Credit statement or a letter from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) that confirms you get state support.

Customers will be instantly verified – so you don’t need to wait.

You don’t need to have a credit check as the plan is a monthly rolling contract which you can cancel at any time.

BT has a similar plan which costs £5 per month and is created in partnership with the DWP.

You pay just £5.16 per month and get a £1.50 call allowance and free weekend calls to 0845 and 0870 numbers.

The calls can last up to 60 minutes and there’s a £10 monthly cap on many other numbers.

So you never need to spend more than £15.16.

Both plans are a great price for those on benefits.

Especially during lockdown when it's important to keep in touch with loved ones.

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