Just thinking giffgaff offering 7 goodybags is too much. Personally i think giffgaff should get rid of the least profitable goodybag of the range and keep it to 6 goodybags and also spread the data and or minutes and texts of the least profitable goodybag among the remaining goodybags.
Plus ive never seen any other network that offer 30 day sim only packages have as many as 7 offers.
The next largest number of package offerings are from ID Mobile other than that smarty and voxi have a small number of sim only plans.
What does everyone else think?
Personally, I think having a wide range of options for members to choose from is essential. What we have to remember is that giffgaff started, and continues to be, a phone provider for its members in order to keep costs down - essentially, a budget provider.
Having the cheapest goodybag at £5 with 500MB data, 150 minutes and 500 texts - suitable for very light mobile users, and a higher £25 with practically unlimited everything, there's a nice variety in-between.
There will be some users who are smack bang in the middle in terms of usage, so the £12 goodybag will be the perfect one for them, and there will undoubtedly be some users who tip onto either side of the usage, so it is beneficial to offer something to suit everyone and all budgets.