Obviously been discussed elewhere! but what abt doing what "Tesco's" do where your remaining minutes get carried over to the next few months! Imagine the customers GiffGaff would get from this feature!
Just a thought.com
So, those members who are active in the help forum on the full site may well have seen this image on the right hand side of the page:
Its not doing enough!!!
The demise of 2020 was announced in this thread on the 15/4/14 ... but still members are helping out in the forum saying text 2020, over a week after the death of 2020, helpers should not be giving out dated information.
So what can we do to help stop wrong information being given to people who come looking for help?
- put an announcement banner on the top of the forum on the mobile site, this was done for Earth Hour and often done to promote the ideas forum ... SO utilise the methods available to promote the fact 2020 is no longer the answer!
- send EVERYONE a PM if logistically possible, and if not PM all members who have taken the bronze quizzes.
- make the current Announcement banner appear more often, across the whole site!
PLEASE MAKE THE CHANGE VISIBLE!!!
We shouldn't be seeing members giving out wrong and out dated information to members who need help!
So please show your support and lets get "The demise of 2020" visible
As always feedback is appreciated and please Kudos if you wish to support the idea
Thanks for reading
Good evening everyone, hope you are all well. My idea is about the 50 sims in a box.
At the moment, when you order a box of 50 sims from giffgaff you either choose nano or dual sims for all 50 sims however I find this can be rather impractical when I use a mixture of both each month.
My limit is 80 so I cannot order 1 box of each so therefore must order one box of sims and then stock up on the other type by ordering lots of sims in batches of three which is rather time consuming!
I imagine this is a problem for many recruiters especially if your limit is only 50 as then you cannot get any of the other type.
As a solution, giffgaff could offer half half boxes with both types of sim card in or even a system whereby you could choose how many of each type you would like?
What do you all think?
EDIT: Very good point by @solid247, this idea will also save postage money for giffgaff, as they could send out the mixed boxes instead of having to send out one 50sim box and many batches of 3.
Right now, call diverting only works with UK numbers. It would be great if GG allowed us to set up call diverting to any number. This would be very usefull especially while one is abroad for a "long" time. Let's imagine you are going to be in France for two months... As everybody knows, roaming charges are pretty high, so you get a "local" payg sim card with a good data allowance for your smartphone. What do you do with your gg sim card? Three options:
1) Leave it at home.
2) Put it on a spare phone and carry two phones with you.
3) Divert all calls to your local french number.
In my opinion, option 1 is really bad, you will miss all your calls. Option 2 is a pretty uncomfortable. Option 3 is perfect, only one phone to carry and worry about, everyone in UK can reach me without having to know my french number and it's even cheaper than roaming (5p/min vs of 7p/min).
It would be good to be able to see your the usage statistics from itemised calls, texts and data for past months.
If you can display a usage graph too then seeing both the stats and graph would make it easier to decide whether to change goody bags to save money.
Just a quick idea I don't know if it's been suggested before and if it has I do apologise but I couldn't find it well here is my proposal
£12 Goodybag 350 Minutes Unlimited Texts And Unlimited Data On 3g
I've seen other deals with other networks that are similar so just thought that this would b a good idea
Quick and short
Who agress with me
This will be really great if we can chose our own goodybag
I have just been chatting to a deaf guy on an internet forum, who really wants a mobile phone tarrif with unlimited data, unlimited texts but no voice calling minutes.
If giffgaff introduced say a £7 goodybag, akin to the £10 goodybag we already have, but with no voice minutes, then it would do the following.
1) It would be a major selling point to the deaf community who understandably don't want to pay for something they can't use. (Along side the fact that all giffgaff support is already web based with no call centres).
2) It would boost the credability of giffgaff as company reaching out to disabled users.
3) Im sure there are plenty of people out there who hate talking on the phone and only want to text and use data.
If you like the idea... give it kudos!
I recently purchased the Moto G 16Gb for myself and would of liked to have used giffgaff's store to buy it rather than getting it from elsewhere.
I've searched and found this idea: http://community.giffgaff.com/t5/Submit-Great-giff
I've supported it but I fear it is too old to get enough support to be taken to an ideas meeting. That is why I started this idea because I hoped a new idea would spark enough interest to either have this idea go to the idea's meeting or get enough people redirected to the old idea for it to get enough kudos to be looked at again.
The Moto G is one of the best budget phones available and considering giffgaff is one of the best networks for value for money I would expect that selling the the best low end and mid range phones would be where giffgaff would do best. It is almost 4 months since the Moto G launched so we are late but it is better to be late than to miss out completely. I suspect that there are still loads of people looking to move from a feature phone to a cheap smart phone that currently use giffgaff and would benefit from having the Moto G offered through their networks site store.
So, the title says it all really,
giffgaff already have members addresses and therefore our postcodes.
Scan for 4G availability and when a new postcode receives 4G, email members in that postcode to let them know they can now receive 4G (Phone and sim card allowing).
If scanning postcodes is too difficult to implement, then at the very least inform people when 4G arrives in their area.
Hopefully this will ensure the earliest uptake of 4G possible.
I think giffgaff should create goodybags just for unlimited things for example
a goodybag just for unlimited texts.. for those who text but do not do any thing else, like me (I miss the £5 goodybag as that was unlimited texts which is only what i use)
similarly a goodgy bag just for unlimited calls and unlimited data.
In addition to this they could introduce a way to combine which ever two or three goodybags so you can mix and match your self.
Being able to FREEZE airtime credit
Really convenient because saving up airtime credit to purchase next goodybag sometimes (for me, ALL the time) proves difficult after your goodybag expires (and it is not on the recurring option through bank account) and you accidentally use it up by making calls, texting or using mobile data. Also
- People who want to use £5, £7.50 or £12 goodybag need to buy £10 or £15 voucher. Usually from this you may want to save up that airtime credit in order to use it to pay for the next goodybag purchase. This is especially useful to the younger (or any!) GiffGaff members since their parents may not give them extra money for top-up if the extra money from their airtime credit is used up by accident.
- Stops people from using up their emergency or saved up airtime credit accidentally right after their goodybag expires (because I'm sure this happens a lot)
- This option would give many GiffGaff members (especially the younger ones!) more choice, flexibility and freedom so that they can get the best out of GiffGaff
Just have a 'FREEZE airtime credit' tick box option on the My GiffGaff page (which can be unticked anytime!).
Here's my idea for those of us weith a second device which is mainly used on WiFi but gets occasional regular mobile use. How about adding a £2.50 Gigabag with 200MB data and then 2p per MB after that. At this price point I would be tempted to add sim cards to some of teh low mobile use devices in my household bring more revenue to GiffGaff that presently is being missed out on!
Simple Remedy is to remove the last line of text which falsly claims you will receive free gg2gg calls completely. Or (not ideal) insert the advice:- T&C apply.
I really love giffgaff and I do not wish to see it fall foul of the Authorities and being sanctioned for an unintentional advertisement wording, which unfortunately does not say what says on the bag.
I do sometimes buy a goodibag but other times stick with Payg usually without a problem. I am typically charged the 20p each day (£6 a month) and limit my calls to GG and a few to other networks. Total cost has usually been around the £7 a month.
The way things are no one would consciously use £100mb in a day without a goodybag as it would cost £16.20. It is so obvious that GG could easily do better and still make good money. What could be easily implemented would be to charge the 20p/20Mb flat rate for outside goodybag data. 21mb -> 40p, 40Mb->40p, 41Mb-60p etc 100mb-£1.
Light users with occasional blips in useage either intentional or unintentional could easily hit the £10 a month where it becomes stupid but with care could keep bills down to the £3 to £6 mark and still keep up with the odd email, whatsapp, weather update.
Simple - fair and easy to understand.
People who find this suggestion of interest already know about the excellent value goodybags so it would be helpful if the 'Buy a Goodybag Brigade' appreciate that this thread is about Light data, voice & text users. Who want to save a bit but still use their phones. In families with several phones, often not all need to have active goodybags and the cumulative savings over the year could be significant.
Quite simply, if you support the 20p/20Mb as being fair and viable, please add some support here. The status quo is unsatisfactory as it is too easy to hit the extortionate rate by accident and ending up feeling ripped off by GG. I've been there and was gutted. All I want is a fair and viable improvement.