I think payback should be able to rollover more than once and I fact you should be able to choose to rollover at every payback windows
This could be for many reasons ..
You may only have a small amount or you may wish to wait until you have enough to purchase something
But for whatever reason it should be a giffgaff members choice to either take payback or rollover to a payback windows of their choice after #werealltheboss
If you agree please support this idea by kudos
Here's what happens now
7.4. If you do not notify us how you want to use your Payback Points within the Selection Period, any Payback Points you have accumulated during the last Payback Period shall roll-over into the following Payback Period. Such roll-over only applies once and any Payback Points which have previously rolled over shall be removed from your Account.
How about Giffgaff introduces goodybags that match Vectone offers:-
- UK Pocket Saver only £1 a month - 50 minutes/SMS (mix & match) 50 MB data Unlimited calls & texts Giffgaff to Giffgaff
- UK Pocket Saver only £3.50 a month - 100 minutes 100 SMS 50 MB data Unlimited calls & texts Giffgaff to Giffgaff
- UK Pocket Saver only £5 a month - 150 minutes 150 SMS 500 MB data Unlimited calls & texts Giffgaff to Giffgaff
So been advised by an educator that this is worth posting here so here goes. When the charity nominations come about it seems that smaller charities get ignored so since payback happens twice a year what I was thinking is have one of those only open to big national charities and have the other one for members to suggest only small local charities that way they won't be overlooked by everyone automatically voting for the big charities they are already familiar with. As if one period was only open to members nominating local charities from their area then most members won't be familiar with most of them and will have to research them to decide who to vote for. This will give small charities a bigger chance of winning as they are only competing with each other and not the big ones and on the flip side bigger ones are only competing with each other and not pretty much ruling out local charities by automatically being already in the public conciseness.
There used to be a thread to report 'Gaffs' which seemed to have a lot of support but then it petered out. There was a link then to another thread of typos which were being corrected, which seemed to get fewer and fewer posts and seemed to be ceased by common agreement.
I have actually read both of these threads all the way through. Tonight I read through the complete thread concerning the Development Hub. It occurred to me that there ought to be a team of proofreaders like the development teams for the apps who could go through ideas correcting english before they went live.
I had a new PM today:
We see you have been busy again, helping our Community members get the best out of giffgaff .
To show our thanks and appreciation we have moved you up a rung on our ranking ladder - your new rank is now dabbler. To share your acheievement and see what other members have been doing why not post in the Share Your Achievements thread. For more information on the rank system be sure to check out this helpful thread.
When I first spotted the typographic error in achievement a few ranks ago, I hadn't grasped that it was an 'automatic' PM triggered by some random activity I had provoked, giving me a new rank.
But today I tried to report it and could find nowhere to do it.
We need somewhere to trigger corrections.
I am willing to proofread and make corrections if given the wherewithal.
say you purchase a £10 goodybag which includes 500 uk minutes, unlimited texts and 1gb of data and you dont use up all your data allowance it should roll over to your next months allowance; so if you had 10 uk minutes left you should get that much extra in your next goodybag the following month and the same with data allowance aswell
Then in the search function we add the option to filter by label.
I think this will make hunting through threads.
Not only will it help filter irrelevant threads but it will help keep the help section a little bit more organized.
Kudos if you support my idea
At present the UK call price list contains the following entry for premium text prices.
|Premium texts||10p to £1.50 per text|
However, the Special Charges Code of Practice page is a lot more helpful.
It clarifies the pricing by stating the network setup fee as well as mentioning shortcodes.
|Premium text messages and shortcodes||10p network setup fee plus|
up to £1.50 per text received
Please update the price list page with the details from the latter entry.
|Premium text messages and shortcodes||10p network setup fee|
plus up to £1.50 per text
|Idea Issue Tracker|
Just voted in the charity payback selection, and brought me around to thinking perhaps this could be further developed.
Being involved in a small local charity myself, we often find it difficult to fund our activities, sums of a couple of hundred pounds often make a huge difference.
We recently recieved a grant from a well known national company, and the mileage they got through logo branding and press reports far exceeded the value of the money donated!
Perhaps a scheme could be developed to allow for grants to be made for small organisations in different sectors of the country. I think that way money could be further spread and benefit more.
I don't think voting would work for such a small localised scheme, but a properly constructed application process would mean that the money only went to 'bona fida' groups, which satisfied a strict criteria.
By spreading the payback more, local groups would benefit, alongside perhaps one major national charity.
Maybe it is good time to introduce new goodybag with allowed tethering?
I think in 4g era it will be good to follow market and introduce more goodybags with 2gb and 3gb data and tethering.
In my opinion it supposed to be:
£12,50 500min unlimited text and 2gb data (allowed tethering)
£14 500 min unlimited text and 4gb data (allowed tethering)
What is your opinion GG and others?
I can't stand these emails that are all 'nice one' and 'okay dokey', we'll 'pop' that on your account.
I pay you money, you provide a service. You are not my friend. I don't need you to pretend that you are.
How about an option for emails to be sent in formal english?
Righty oh, matey, it's just my twopence, I'll be toddling off now,
thanks for lending me your ear,
send my love to big brother o2
At last twice a year I find myself in the United States. I've experimented with buying disposable SIMs and the like but realistically, if I'm making a call I'll use an OTT service through a WiFi connection. Outgoing calls on my mobile are minimal so really the service is needed for incoming calls.
With my last provider, typically my bill increased by £60 to £80 for months containing a visit to the US. These tend to be business trips and tend to last 5 to 6 days.
As things stand at the moment and given Giffgaff's international (non-EU) roaming rates, my Giffgaff SIM will be in a drawer somewhere for the duration of the trip.
That's reasonable income that Giffgaff is leaving on the table.
Giffgaff should offer international Goody Bags. These can be country specific. Also, they can have a shorter life than traditional Goody Bags.
While cost saving would be good, one of the principle aims here would be to "cap" spending while abroad -- so it'd be really neat if roaming was automatically disabled once the international Goody Bag had been consumed.
I'd happily buy a £50 US Goody Bag for my next trip in a couple of weeks time.
Just because I want to be in control of my spending on my mobile phone doesn't mean that I wont spend.
Giffgaff, broaden your offering.
Thanks for listening.
I usually buy the £5 goodybag, but been having to buy the £7.50 goodybag because I've been using my phone a lot more and it's annoying because when I have the £5 goodybag, I really have to watch my mobile data. I think that for £5 20 MB is not sufficient and it should be slightly more, because think about it you get 250 MB for £7.50 AND unlimited texts AND 200 minutes, whereas with the £5 goodybag you get 60 minutes, 200 texts and 20MB, its not really balanced well is it? I think the £5 goodybag should offer somewhat 50-100 MB of data
What do you guys think?
I would like GiffGaff to consider any unused minutes and data to be carried onto the next month (obviously you would need to top up without a break to benefit from this). Last month I didn't use my data allowance, and this month I am almost through the 1GB.
I think that it would be a good idea for people to be able to make their own, personalised, goodybags in order to reduce the number of left over minutes, data etc at the end of the month. This could work using a "drag and drop" method where each of the different components that you add to your goodybag, increase the price by a different amount.
To begin with you could just be able to chose between each of the sections of the current goodybags and so create a goodybag that looks like this by selecting different components from the £10 and £12:
- 200 UK minutes
- Unlimited UK texts
- 3 GB Internet
- Free to giffgaff numbers
A range of goodybags with 4G data has been rolled out, however, gigabags have remained 3G-only.
The whole point of 4G data is an improved data experience, therefore it is hard to understand why there are no 4G gigabags on offer.
All gigabags should be upgraded to 4G or, alternatively, a new range of 4G gigabags should be rolled out, just as it has been done with goodybags.
IF YOU AGREE PLEASE GIVE ME KUDO'S. HOPEFULLY GIFFGAFF WILL LISTEN TO THERE CUSTOMERS