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CAPE TOWN - Vodacom has announced new Social Ticket products, which promises users discounts of up to 50% on data used for social media, video, music, and gaming.

These "tickets" are essentially data bundles that will help control data usage for apps such as VuClip Videos, Netflix, DStv, YouTube, and many more online platforms. 

Apps: Deezer, Apple Music, Joox, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, VuClip Games, Vlive Games, SGN, and Gamemine.

Each app is added to a group, which would be the name of the ticket such as: Video, Music, Social, and Gaming.

“Ticket will offer overall usage of a range of apps, through categorised Ticket bundles, to Vodacom Prepaid and Hybrid (Top-up) customers through the Just4U platform,” said Vodacom.

“Ticket bundles offer up to four-times the amount of data compared to standard bundles and are also priced for the best scenario.”

 The 50% discount is compared to Vodacom open-market bundles and is available to prepaid and top-up customers only, said Vodacom. 

How it works:

Vodacom customers can dial *123# or visit for more information on the promotion.

Here are the prices of the tickets: 

Hourly tickets
SizePriceUsed For
Video Ticket100 MBR5.00VuClip Videos, DStv, Netflix, YouTube & Showmax
Social Ticket100 MBR 5.00Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & Pinterest
Music Ticket80MBR 3.00Deezer, Apple Music & Joox
Game Ticket80 MBR 3.00VuClip Games, Vlive Games, SGN & Gamemine

Daily tickets
SizePriceUsed for
Video Ticket250 MBR 8.00VuClip Videos, DStv, Netflix, YouTube & Showmax
Social Ticket250 MBR 8.00Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & Pinterest
Music Ticket150 MBR 5.00Deezer, Apple Music & Joox
Game Ticket150 MBR 5.00VuClip Games, Vlive Games, SGN & Gamemine

Vodacom added that additional subscriptions to these apps and services are "NOT" included with your tickets: 

VuClip Videos 
Apple Music 
VuClip Games 

Additionally, Only Facebook is covered with a Social Ticket and not Facebook Messenger, said Vodacom. 

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