You’re telling me. Lol
Yeah it’s always on- but not at the highest speed. Once you use that 9gig up that’s it , you are then moved to a lower speed.
Also just make a bit of this as well - if giff gaff deem you are using too much data or using it too fast they will send you a warning to slow down your useage.
Now I’ve read on other threads here in the community that this initial ban is for three months. When they banned my teenage son they never said it was three months so it just sounded like it was forever. So I can’t comment how long it’s for because he went with another provider, but as. I say I’ve read it on here, and more than once. Repeat offend after that three month ban and it’s a permanent one.
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thanks for your answer but @giffgaff this is really bad and unfair!
Life is unfair!
The announcement of the changes was made 6 weeks ago.
You could have simply waited then bought the goodybag on 11th July.
The goodybags changed on 11th July and the changes were signalled to everyone, without exception, on the 'old' £20 goodybag well in advance.
You could have delayed your purchase, you didn't, you got the old 9GB version. Your next £20 goodybag will have 20GB.
People shouldn't need to strategically think in order to take advantage of the offer. i believe a good policy would automatically apply it to ecustomers within a specific date range (regardless is they renewed 3/4/5 days before the start of the new offer). Simple. This is customer care.