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new Goody bag suggestion

Started by: sarah103
On: 19/07/2016 | 07:10
Replies: 45
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by: crystaltipps
on: 22/07/2016 | 13:27

I've been saying for years that giffgaff should do talk-only bundles for those of us that actually use our phones as a phone. The network run by us isn't interested.

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by: crystaltipps
on: 22/07/2016 | 13:31

giffgaff's target market is obviously the younger ones whom want data and lots of it, ironically a service which giffgaff cannot provide.

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by: navvy
on: 22/07/2016 | 15:09

crystaltipps wrote:

 

I've been saying for years that giffgaff should do talk-only bundles for those of us that actually use our phones as a phone. The network run by us isn't interested.

 

@crystaltipps

 

We do now have totally unlimited calls for £20 which seems pretty reasonable for 45,000 minutes, disregarding the data.

 

It's better than a landline, where you have to hang up after 59 minutes to avoid being charged extra on your anytime unlimited (which on a landline only covers to other landlines and not mobiles).

 

I'm being charged well over £20 (about £24) for just a landline with anytime calls.  To get data added would require a new long contract with TalkTalk.

 

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by: sarah103
on: 22/07/2016 | 15:15

I can't afford £20, but I agree with you that giffgaff should listen to us and look at what we vote for, and have a goodybag for around £10 with at least 750 minutes, and perhaps 500Mbs for usage of data when we're on the move. Fewer texts too wouldn't matter as no-one can use an indefinite number.

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by: crystaltipps
on: 22/07/2016 | 16:15

For that sort of money you may as well be on a contract.

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by: navvy
on: 22/07/2016 | 18:55

crystaltipps wrote:

 

For that sort of money you may as well be on a contract.

 

I only require unlimited minutes for a single month in the year (actually only 4 days plus a few days for testing) so even the hassle of cancelling a 1-month contract is too much trouble.

 

Cancelling a 1-month contract seems to require cancelling immediately it starts, which could mean no support when it is needed.  A goodybag is much better for my needs.

 

 

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