Increasingly the competition has come closer to giffgaff offering and in fact in may cirumstances have beaten the goodybags on offer. The market now is fierce. I would like Giffgaff to regularly review its goodybags on a monthly basis that we are indeed getting the best prices they can offer given to this fierce competition.
Some if not all these offerings are beating giffgaff hands down and we all want the cheapest as possible around.
Kingdom Mobile on EE
BUNDLES VOICE LIMIT SMS LIMIT DATA OTHER DETAILS SELECT BUNDLE
|Kingdom £5||550 minutes to other UK networks||Unlimited texts to other UK networks||1 GB Data Usage||Unlimited calls and texts from Kingdom to Kingdom.|
To buy Kingdom 5 send TEXT/SMS with Bundle NAT5 to 1244
|Kingdom £10||1000 minutes to other UK networks||Unlimited texts to other UK networks||Unlimited Data Usage||Unlimited calls and texts from Kingdom to Kingdom.|
To buy Kingdom10 send TEXT/SMS with Bundle NAT10 to 1244
|Kingdom £20||2000 minutes to other UK networks||Unlimited texts to other UK networks||Unlimited Data Usage|
Vectone Mobile on EE
Unlimited Texts Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Data £10
Delight Mobile on EE
500 UK Minutes
Unlimited UK Texts
Unlimited Delight to Delight
Unlimited UK Minutes
Unlimited UK Texts
Unlimited Delight to Delight
As you can see the market is fighting now and I do feel the goodybags on GG could be better. If they had monthly reviews and actually compare with the REAL market not just the ones they want to match like o2 EE and Vodafone you would keep more custom
I just thought that it might be good idea to offer a cashback system for when you don't use a considerable amount of your texts, minutes or data from your goodybag. It could work off percentages so that you could get a bit of money back if you used less than say 25% of your contract materials.
If this idea has already been posted, sorry I didn't find it.
If not, who's with me?
Currently when you do a Google search for Capped SIM Cards you get a few ads and just one result: Tesco Mobile. Well with more and more scary media reports of people being billed thousands of pounds by accidentally leaving their data switched on or using their phone abroad, why not do a bit of SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and get giffgaff up there on the results page. I'm thinking this would work the best with the £5/£7.50 goodybags at the lower end, which I've heard are much better than Tesco's similarly priced offerings. And once we have the possible new member landed on a giffgaff page, we can say something like:
"If you only buy a Goodybag, then when you run out of your allowance it will stop and not run up a bill, and if you have remaining credit, that can be used but once that runs out you will not be charged further."
"With giffgaff there are no shocking bank statements."
Hopefully this would lead to lots of new members that otherwise wouldn't have chosen giffgaff and may have moved to Tesco Mobile.
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We get a lot of replicate ideas here, which tends towards the same thing happening over and over, i.e. we're directed to an older version with loads of kudos already, but which may have been 'under consideration' for months or even years. So we're meant to give kudos so something thats been effectively forgotten? Thats rubbish!
This really does expose two problems - its hard to find old ideas using the search tool, and 'under consideration' is meaningless if good ideas can languish thus for years.
So here's my suggestion - move ideas 'under consideration' into a new forum and put a 90 day countdown on them. After that time let's have a clear answer one way or another from GiffGaff - either its happening or, for the foreseeable future, it isn't. At least this system would be clear.
There are times when you want callers to hear your voicemail greeting but you don't want them to have the ability to leave a message. For example, if you're outside the UK and contactable on another phone number, then you might want to use your voicemail greeting to tell callers your phone number abroad, but you don't want callers to be able to leave you a message. There should be a simple setting within the voicemail settings to enable or disable the ability for callers to leave a message.
When I was on Orange, they offered this; they called it an "extended absence greeting". Giffgaff should offer the same functionality.
Note that this is totally different from dialling 1616 and 1626 to enable or disable voicemail. If you disable voicemail, then callers won't hear your greeting.
We see this alot, a member inadvertently buys a gigabag instead of a goodybag.
My idea is simple, when you buy a gigabag, and click PAY, a very large warning bubble comes up to advise you that this is a data only gigabag and has no calls or texts, are you sure you want this product?
Additionally, a warning that this will not add data to an existing live goodybag and will be queued until the live goodybag expires.
I just received the new giffgaff trio sim. And even though there is a little guide on the sims, the boundaries between sim/micro/nano, are not clear.See for yourself:
So yes there is a mini guide on the sim, but it is still not clear. Especially as these are close up photos while a person would see them from a good half a metre away.
An example of a clearly marked sim, would be the 3 triple sim which has another color for each rim size around the sim.
My idea is not to ruin the the new branding, but to make it clearer to see the other sizes. you could do this by puting a clear thin line on every layer. And i am almost sure there are many other ways.
Thanks for reading
Please kudo if you agree
Edit: People seem to think that it is clear in the picture. Not everybody has a great eyesight. Plus you are looking at a close up picture. And i cannot put in a bigger picture as giffgaff limits images to a third of mb.
I've just received about the 20th phone call from my Dad, unsure of what is password is for his gg account (he's only been with gg for about 3 months ). Now, I'm more than happy to help him each and every time, but rather than request a password reset in these situations, couldn't a password hint be made available?
So what do you think?
Its a good idea to give us a pre-selected group of options to contact an agent. But it does happen that you may need to get in touch with GiffGaff with a matter that is not covered in the menus - and its frustrating to have to quite literally invent nonsense to fill in the forms to then tell you something else in the comments part of the contact form!
Look, just give us a 'none of the above' option with a text submission box at the bottom of the 'contact agent' options drop box. Feel free to add some text to the page telling us that filling in the wrong agent contact may end up making the process take longer, but at least do us the courtesy of giving us the choice not to randomly bounce around an irrelevant set of options.
Ok so I don't understand why giffgaff allow us to mark our own answer as the best answer. We are not allowed to give ourselves kudos so why is best answer ok? Alot of people mark their own answer as best answer when they have just put something like "sorted now thanks" if they have explained how they have sorted it so other people can see how it was done fair enough but the majority don't and I suspect a lot do it in the hope of tricking the system by having best answers against their name. So I propose that giffgaff stop allowing us to mark our own answer as best. Anyone agree?
Methinks this idea requires very urgent rapid implementation. It would stop any unfair repetitive spamming of the ideas board that sometimes occurs.
When a person issues multiple rapid fire ideas (most of which are hastily drafted, poorly written and not researched or considered), it very unfairly pushes other members ideas further down and off the front page prematurely. This prevents the other members ideas from getting a fair exposure time for garnering their needed support kudos.
This ideas board should not be used like some casual chat room affair, sending in every other thought that comes to mind. It is a place to publish carefully considered and developed ideas/suggestions. The true Eureka thoughts. They should have been written carefully, and researched adequately. Truly great ideas don't spring to mind everyday. So one a week limit would be just fine for everyone who comes up with realistic and original proposals IMO.
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This one is simple and straight to the point!
When any of us members signed up to giffgaff we never imagined we'd at some point become part of a loan company and with the ideas of payback being awarded for getting loan customers and for giving advice looking like becoming a reality myself personally I don't want to be involved in something like this and I'm sure plenty of other members feel this way too?
I suggest you totally rethink your loan idea been associated with the giffgaff name and especially stop members giving any advice!
I could state a billion reasons for this but will stick to the obvious.
Your a phone company and that's what we joined. Please keep it that way.
As I use the Mobile Site for all my contribution to the Forum, I find it a nuisance to have to go to the Full Site to be able to edit my posts.
Is it not possible to incorporate a Edit provision on the Mobile Site?
Please excuse if this has been raised before.
I have been with GiffGaff sometime now and i especially love the forums !! we all know that the majority of help questions are about the NEW members having NO INTERNET (sending a great first impression of the network to the new members)
New members don't realise that giffgaff do not send the configuration texts that the big networks do and that we as users have to manually enter them.
I think that when a sim and attached sleeve are sent out or when a member cuts it out to spread the giffgaff love , the sleeve that's is attached to the sim should have a few essential 'need to knows' on it for new members to read.
a simple activation guide, with web address link showing where more detail can be found,
a link to explain the goodybag and airtime difference
but most importantly I feel are the apn settings, they should be printed out on there fully, and a link to where they are on the site.
WHY would you want to do that they can be found online i hear you say
THAT'S ONE OF MY MAJOR SUPPORTING POINTS (aside from the first impression of giffgaff)
I just feel that newbies need to be aware of these settings as some rely on mobile data only and if they cant get access to the net as they need the mobile data and then they suffer as they cant see the settings or enter them until they get online somehow.
I really feel putting the apn settings on the sleeves that surround the sims would be such an advantage to newbies and therefore giffgaff is starting on the right foot as they do say that first impressions stick!
In turn the forum posts about newbies data problems will be reduced and you will have more new customers having a better first experience with giffgaff
I think this would be a great idea to implement as I am always on the forums and its the number one problem I see time and time again
I've seen a few posts this morning, with a mixture of people not liking the new website design, some loving it, and some saying they'll get used to it.
My suggestion is that the website is customisable, in that as part of the settings we can choose our own:
Font and colour, background images (or none), colours of buttons (such as the now blue kudos button), etc
I know the giffgaff website/community pages are powered by the Lithium software, but if there was a way to incorporate users being able to choose their own design I feel it would be good.
After all, giffgaff is the network run by us