I've just got a new Motorola Moto G half way through my Goodybag (Expires 7th March). I topped my phone up with £20 worth of credit but because of mobile data, it has eaten away through £19 of it in less than a day? I thought it was capped at 20p a day? How does it all work, as I cant believe i've just paid almost £20 for less than 24 hours worth of internet.
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sorry your initial experience with giffgaff hasn't been what you expected.
Just a word of advice regarding smartphones; in my opinion, you should only use "unlimited data goodybags" ie; £12 and upwards, and always buy one a few days before your current one expires - known as "deferring a goodybag".
This will ensure that this problem will not happen again.
Unfortunately most smartphones are so "data hungry" - and paygo data rates very expensive - credit doesn't last very long at all, most networks have similar pricing policies.