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I think giffgaff should offer higher giga-bags maybe something like 5GB 10GB and 15GB Giga-bags

Status: Not For Us
by revomutharock ‎13-10-2011 03:01 - edited ‎13-10-2011 03:10

I was wondering why giffgaff didn't do higher GB Giga-bags for the higher user?

Status: Not For Us
The price would mean that they would become uncompetitive. We estimate that a 10gb gigabag would retail at £20-£25 each. We also believe the market for 10gb+ gigabags would be extremely small and the more tariffs you have the more complicated things would become. Thank you for your idea and I look forward to your future contributions!
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by mutchy126 ‎15-06-2013 16:46 - edited ‎15-06-2013 16:46

I think this would be a great idea. I have considered buying a gigabag for my laptop but I don't know if 3GB will be enough. :smileysad:

by jlassocs on ‎06-09-2013 13:10

Thanks to @oldyorkie for pointing me here in the response to my suggestion (see http://community.giffgaff.com/t5/Contribute-Innovation-Promotion/One-larger-Gigabag-Required/m-p/979... ..

 

It's two years on since the original idea was "not for us" and the market is shifting... Expecting a larger gigabag to be added to those available now, not necessarily for an especially low price either, just to accommodate the fact that people are more and more often wanting to use e.g. 5GB in a month even at the "£12.50 for 3GB" price, some purchasing a pair of SIMs and swapping back and forth as needed.

 

No doubt in the coming months and into 2014 we'll see data getting bigger in all walks of life...

 

Je.

by shortylumber on ‎19-10-2013 19:51
by soozthegreat on ‎04-11-2013 10:32
I think gg should increase its data only sim allocation to fall into line with other providers, if 3 can offer 10gb a month for £15 why cant gg? I want to use gg for my sons ipad but 3gb a month just isnt enough so im forced to use 3 network when i really dont want to! I want to be loyal to gg but i cant take a bad deal just for the sake of it. Hope you consider it soon.
by rubixs45 on ‎20-11-2013 15:00

why dont gg do just a unlimited mobile data package,cause if i want unlimited mobile data i have to buy the £12 goody bag which include minutes & unlimited texts & as gg will see if they look over my account i hardly ever phone any , i text more than i do using talk time minutes but would sooner pay for just mobile data.

i want to put this up for suggestion to gg but dont think i'm in the right place to do it.

by solid247 on ‎20-11-2013 15:08
Its because the goodybags contain what most people require , there not made to suit indivual needs. You can get a gigabag but only 3Gb max to use in a phone or any device
by rubixs45 on ‎21-11-2013 09:03

well gg should cater for all its customers needs.

i'll be looking around other networks that just offer mobile data.

why should i pay £12 for 250 mins when the most minutes i'll use would 10 to 20 minutes.

i feel cheated & robbed having to give up over 200 minutes every month,& i think your minutes should be carried over we bleeding well payed for them so why should we lose them if we dont use them.

 

1 big f*%&&&^ rip off to get more money out of their customers.

by rubixs45 on ‎21-11-2013 09:23

lol at the peoples comments at the begining of this thread.

"maybe gg will consider doing just a mobile data package in the future"

i hope they did'nt hold their breath waiting from 2011

so this tells me gg dont listen to their customers wishes or ideas.

 

 

byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

by digma13 on ‎01-12-2013 22:15

could they offer a larger internet gigabags? as i am youtube a lot , actually 4 hours a day, except sunday when the youtube is on all day....

by tids on ‎01-12-2013 22:24

This proposal will be popular, yes lets have a bigger allowance

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