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What internet cost after 1st DEC

Started by: gnt64a
On: 04/10/2010 | 20:35
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by: gnt64a
on: 04/10/2010 | 20:35

Hi there all at GG.

I was wondering what the charges will be for internet after 1st DEC if i go to the basic package 8p call and 4p text tarif.

Cheers Graham

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by: darrenpainter
on: 04/10/2010 | 20:47
You can't really measure MB against time. It depends on the facebook pages viewed, pictures attached etc.
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by: darrenpainter
on: 04/10/2010 | 20:37

At the moment if you just top-up with credit, you can access the internet for free with a fair use policy of 100MB per day.

 

This promotional offer now expires on *1st December 2010, after which you will be charged from your available credit at a rate of 50p if you use between 2.5MB and 30MB in one day. If you exceed 30MB you will be charged at a rate of 20p per additional MB.

 

 

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by: gnt64a
on: 04/10/2010 | 20:45

Cool. do you know how much in MB 15 mins a day of facebook would use.

 

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by: darrenpainter
on: 04/10/2010 | 20:47
You can't really measure MB against time. It depends on the facebook pages viewed, pictures attached etc.
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by: larrymarr
on: 04/10/2010 | 20:49

at a guess (depends on what your doing really), probably about 100kb per page

 

you'd be better off with the £10 goodybag with unlimited internet...

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by: gnt64a
on: 04/10/2010 | 20:51

ok.cheers anyway.

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by: stu8rt
on: 04/10/2010 | 22:49
If giffgaff is run by the people for the people, then y would we want to give up free internet, that no-one else can offer? How do u start a group to save the" free Internet" keep the free Internet it's the best thing about giffgaff, can't recomend it to anyone otherwise!
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by: rhinoman
on: 05/10/2010 | 10:42

I think giffgaff is well aware that we would rather not start paying for something that it gives us at the moment.  However, it has always had a published end date (although some choose not to believe it because of the number of times it has been extended) and I can't see giving away away data being a sustainable business option in the long term.  Someone will have to pay for it some time.

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by: nnj10
on: 05/10/2010 | 16:24

I know we are still short of 2 month from 1st december, but I am too wondering what is going to happen to free internet after 1st december, will it be extended once again or not?

I wish giffgaff can do longer duration data-only godybag like T-mobile 6 month web costing £20 or something similar.

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by: andrew142010
on: 05/10/2010 | 17:31
I think stopping free Internet will increase the sales of goodybags. Why do people buy credit instead of goodybags anyways? Hmmm..
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