50% of new babies are girls, about the same percentage are boys. 50% of the letters in giffgaff are 'f'. As giffgaff's analyst, my job is to spot such hidden trends.
Something slightly more groundbreaking is that it turns out that 50% of the all new people joining giffgaff yesterday were recommended by one of you!
After looking through the history books for nearly 15 minutes, it turns out that this is a new giffgaff world record. Whilst we wait for the authorities to confirm this record was not wind assisted, we already know that is was massively assisted by all the hundreds of giffgaffers who’ve already received their £10 bonus credit, simply for introducing a friend to giffgaff this month.
If you joined giffgaff before 4th Oct, you’ve still got time to get your hands on extra credit this month – get a friend to join giffgaff before 31st October and we’ll pop £10 credit onto your account. See the ‘Get £10 extra credit post’ for more details.
So, rather than using those spare giffgaff SIMs as ineffective bookmarks or coasters, dust them off and pass them onto your friends/family/pet reptiles to magically transform one of them into credit (the SIMs, not the friend). If you don't already have a SIM to pass on, head to Spread the Word to order an free extra SIM now.
We’ve had a few members activate SIMs this month for their kids and even grandparents, a great way of picking up an extra £10 and of course there is a double bonus is they can now call them for free (as giffgaff to giffgaff calls and texts are free) That's most of my Christmas presents already sorted then.
Finally, I've now got rid of my previous phone contract and today ported my old number to giffgaff. That should save me a fortune-if only giffgaff had been around 2 years ago when I signed away about £800.