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Does any anyone think that we should get dial up speeds......

Started by: fack2004
On: 20/11/2016 | 23:58
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by: fack2004
on: 20/11/2016 | 23:58

until our goodiebag  runs out at the end of  the month?

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by: nat9319
on: 21/11/2016 | 15:28 edited: 21/11/2016 | 15:32

@fack2004 It'd be great if always on data was an option on the cheaper goodybags. That being said though, I don't think it would be feasible for giffgaff to do anything like that just yet, at least not until they have a bigger chunk of the network.

I'd quite happily use a cheaper always on package though, something like £10 for 100mbs of 4G plus always on, 250 minutes & unlimited texts.

Or maybe even £5 for just always on data, 50 minutes & 1000 texts.

Unfortunately we couldn't expect the same goodybags as they are now with always on for the same price, there'd have to be a price increase for always on or less minutes & texts.

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by: nat9319
on: 21/11/2016 | 01:03
If you mean on the £20 goodybag, yes, yes you should. If you pay for 6gbs of data + Always on & you use your 6gbs to activate the Always on data, which is clearly advertised at 256kbs from 8am - 12am, what do you expect to happen..? You get exactly what you pay for... You always have the option of starting a new goodybag early too.
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by: fack2004
on: 21/11/2016 | 01:28 edited: 23/11/2016 | 18:52

No I ment whatever goodiebag you get you still would still get emails and stuff

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by: fack2004
on: 21/11/2016 | 01:50

nat9319 wrote:

If you mean on the £20 goodybag, yes, yes you should. If you pay for 6gbs of data + Always on & you use your 6gbs to activate the Always on data, which is clearly advertised at 256kbs from 8am - 12am, what do you expect to happen..? You get exactly what you pay for... You always have the option of starting a new goodybag early too.


No I ment whatever goodiebag you git you still would still get emails and stuff

 

 

 

At least until the month is out.

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by: ste4444
on: 21/11/2016 | 07:17
Yes that would be great
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by: ungourin
on: 21/11/2016 | 08:19
Well said , of you can Kane 6 gig , get used to dial up
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by: nat9319
on: 21/11/2016 | 15:28 edited: 21/11/2016 | 15:32

@fack2004 It'd be great if always on data was an option on the cheaper goodybags. That being said though, I don't think it would be feasible for giffgaff to do anything like that just yet, at least not until they have a bigger chunk of the network.

I'd quite happily use a cheaper always on package though, something like £10 for 100mbs of 4G plus always on, 250 minutes & unlimited texts.

Or maybe even £5 for just always on data, 50 minutes & 1000 texts.

Unfortunately we couldn't expect the same goodybags as they are now with always on for the same price, there'd have to be a price increase for always on or less minutes & texts.

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by: nat9319
on: 21/11/2016 | 17:06
@fack2004, sorry about my first post, I'm used to people complaining about always on data being too slow. I love it myself, the assurance that I'll always be able to contact people, check emails & do a little browsing without worrying about running out of data.
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by: endorphin
on: 21/11/2016 | 17:42
Hmm, if you'd be only using low amounts of data after your goodybag allowance has run out then did you know that it will be charged at a preferential 2p/MB from your airtime credit until your goodybag expires?

Otherwise I would think that giffgaff's reply would be that you should buy a larger goodybag. They're not a charity after all.
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by: blackfive460
on: 21/11/2016 | 18:24 edited: 21/11/2016 | 18:25

@fack2004

 

How much extra, on top of the current Goodybag prices, would you be prepared to pay for that?

 

TANSTAAFL!

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