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Why do Goodybags Expire?

Started by: sabri16898
On: 27/09/2018 | 15:20
Replies: 13

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by: matthewhill1996
on: 27/09/2018 | 16:21
It's basically a business decision by giffgaff how to price,.
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by: weetinamc
on: 27/09/2018 | 16:26

@sabri16898 wrote:


What the hell do you mean?
Paying for £5 goodybag - it has limits anyway. I simply said why can't it stay open until I run through it?
"you want to have your cake and eat it too" - what a stupid comment.

I swear this forum is just full of time-wasters cashing in on Payback with useless responses.

on the contrary i said what i believe to be truth.

roll over has been discussed in these forums many times without anyone spitting the dummy out

another saying i know you won`t like

also i don`t think your original post should be in help and support.there are other forums more suited

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by: davidvarley
on: 27/09/2018 | 16:31
It is not mean all other networks do same eg 3 network add ons for pay as you go expire after a month too.
If goodybags never expired no mobile operator would make any profit once everyone bought a non expiring goodybag.
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by: nigelbrooks
on: 27/09/2018 | 16:39



Simply, they expire because that is giffgaff's commercial model.


You have the choice of credit or goodybag, you can switch monthly to meet your needs.


If that model does not suit you then, with respect, find one that does. There are over 60 mobile companies with offers in the UK. If giffgaff is not right for you, vote with your feet.

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