Now I know that giffgaff isn't the biggest network in the world, but in the last few months, some networks have managed to make deals that on the face of it, work out cheaper than giffgaff. I know that at the end of the day its all abnout usage and the like, but it seems that tesco are currently doing a better deal and that icard that I've seen a few times are proper competition for giffgaff.
i think i have underestimated the size of giffgaff, I didn't think it had that many members but I think I'm very wrong . Since giffgaff has kind of grown with the half price summer promotion and payback, it seems that many networks have tried to out-do giffgaff and on the front, looks like it's working. I'm aiming to stick with giffgaff, mainly because of the payback but i think they may need to pull something else out of the hat to try to attract people that may not look as deep into this as I did.
many people just look at the prices and if they aren't happy, they won't give it a second chance so giffgaff may have to think about this quite carefully...
@petext200 wrote:I'm aiming to stick with giffgaff, mainly because of the payback but i think they may need to pull something else out of the hat to try to attract people that may not look as deep into this as I did.
May be just extend the Free internet for further 6 months
giffgaff is the best deal as far as I'm concerned. I've put £20 on in top ups and have £140 in credit/payback pending already. No other network lets me phone / text all my mates for free and offers a (by Christmas I estimate) 1000% return on my original investment