The giffgaff goodies competition was all about highlighting things that help you get the best value from giffgaff and things that help giffgaff grow. As giffgaff goodies has now finished, this is a quick round up of this competition tasks: spreading the word, community, easy top-up, settings sorted, keeping your number and buying goodybag's.
As you might know we are working very hard on releasing a range of data only goodybags, which we think will be ideal to use with tablets, possibly for tethering or for those who just want to browse with their phone.
We’re planning to make them as straightforward as possible so it's easy to understand just what your limit is and how much data you’ve got left. To mark the occasion we would like to build a game to sit on our Facebook page and we're hoping someone in our community will enjoy creating something cool for all of us to play with.
For your chance to win £1500 worth of Last Minute vouchers this week - check out giffgaff goodies challenge #5 which is all about highlighting how easy it is to keep your old number plus how to get the best value from giffgaff.
To support Unlock a phone, Unlock a Chicken and for 5 minutes of fun, we thought we’d have a Free range egg and spoon race. Sadly, a few eggs got broken but the majority will go in to Omelettes (let us know if you have any good recipes). Ready, steady...
As part of the giffgaff goodies Challenge #3 for an opportunity to win £1500, (which was all about helping you make topping up easier, reminding our members about updating their card details and auto top-up) we included a survey where we asked responders if they had any comments good, bad or ugly. Many of you took part so thank you! I have been busy going through all your responses to find out exactly what the good, bad and ugly are of giffgaff!
The brilliant news is, the majority of you LOVE giffgaff, which is always nice to hear Below are some comments taken from the survey from you happy members:
£1500 worth of Thomas Cook vouchers were given away in the last giffgaff goodies challenge and 379 members also will receive a prize. Find out what you need to do to win this week's giffgaff goodies challenge worth £1500.
As I said in my last blogs, one of giffgaff’s core values it about doing the collective good and doing the right thing. This led us to have an idea about, Unlock a phone, Unlock a chicken. We have teamed up with Wood Green, The Animals Charity who take in Battery Chickens, rehabilitate them and pass them on to homes from nice members of the public...
I posted a blog last week about how giffgaff wants to be a positive force for change. One of our core values is that we should be doing things for the collective good. giffgaff has a positive environmental and social stance. While we’ve be doing some thing’s since launch, we could be doing more, my blog last week alluded to this however I didn’t mention how we were going to do this...