Basically when you seethis page and you're new enough that you're still trying to work out your giff from your gaff, you may see the gigabags and think great, really great value, but then you see the goodybags and you suddenly see unlimited internet for £10 and you suddenly think, hold the phone, £12 for 3GB and £10 for unlimited?? Why would I need a gigabag unless I wanted to spend less than a tenner?
I propose simply to clear up any initial confusion you add a little footnote, on the page above. Because obviously the prospective giffgaffer can then go on to read the t&cs on the more about goodybags but it's a pain to think great, unlimited for a tenner, then read t&cs and see that you can't tether and think, hmm, maybe they were leading me on a bit, as it's buried in the t&c's and not clear up front.
We all know what gigabags are for, because we're giffgaffers and know our gaff from our giff. But if you're thinking about joining it may not immediately be apparent they're there because we can't tether with goodybags.
Just a thought (didn't find a duplicate).
What do you guys think
EDIT: Explained very concisely by stephenmiller:
I can see confusion when I read on the gigabags
Perfect for tablet PC and heavy data use. Get a gigabag from £5 a month
If I wasn't aware I'd think "hang on, surely for heavy data use unlimited internet is better than 500MB?"
Latest addition to the idea:
Also think that what constitutes "heavy data usage" should be explained more clearly, with an example. So two little help windows with "High data use" and "tethering" explained with examples. New members keep getting confused by this, which is generating a pool of negative feeling and frustration.