Just ordered my first phone through giffgaff - the offers are good but the delivery options are really unhelpful!
As far as I can tell you have to have your phone delivered to your home address (so work address is not allowed), and the company they use for deliveries doesn't deliver on the weekend.
So if you have a job you have to take a day off to receive it - or maybe hope to get lucky in that they'll deliver the item to a neighbour.
Is there any good reason why they won't deliver to a work address or on a Saturday.
Come on giffgaff you can do better than this!
@doctorreg it's UK mail that usually used for courier of giffgaff phones they only delivery Monday to Friday's sorry you could arrange to pick it up from there local store near your area on a Saturday but would need to contact them about it sorry I can't help more as a member myself this screen shot is taken from there site with number to call
@doctorreg it's to do with the way your credit/debit cards and address is on your giffgaff profile that's only one rate setters will accept sorry wish I could give more information on it you could inquire with the agents about it to see if they can suggest anything via here and click on phone queries
remember agents can take from a few hrs to a maximum time of 24hrs to reply via here when logged into your giffgaff account
A small subset of the giffgaff phones (mainly, pre-owned or refurbished ones) are available for sale through the ebay store http://www.ebaystores.co.uk/giffgaffmarketplace/Mobile-Phones-/
Sadly, its only quite a small range -- I suspect only the slow moving stock they want to get rid of. But for those phones there are several advatages:
Thanks - it still seems crazy. I've bought electronics goods like phones and other devices from amazon, ebay, google, ebuyer and many others. Haven't hit this issue with any of those, so I can't imagine it's not in giffgaff's power to do anything about this.
It's what giffgaff has decided to enforce as their delivery policy. They're a lot smaller than the likes of Amazon, eBay, etc and so fraud would had them harder methinks.
Of course you can suggest this to giffgaff as an Idea here https://labs.giffgaff.com/ but search first to see if there isn't already a similar idea suggested which you can support.