My hubby and I presently have contracts with O2 which expire in Jan. We are extremely low users and I mean extremely. Like 10 textx a week between us and maybe 20 mins calls a month. It seems completely absurd that we are paying £30 monthly on a contract basis when a payg sim would be much more financially sensible. I have a couple of questions though
Can you have 2 sims registered to the same account. This is mainly for simplicity as It makes sense to do the top ups etc from one payment card
With regards to goody bags, these seem delightful wee creatures. Can you just buy these as needed for example if I was going on holiday or knew we would be out and about a certain month and it may be useful to be able to look up maps and directiosn and restuarants etc would we be able to just get a goodybag on top of what we had topped up?
I am sure I will be back with lots of questions as long as no one minds.
you all seem like a greta bunch and I think this will be the way to go.
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I think a fair number of people have already explained the state of play re sim cards, deam, but with regard to the goodybags, there's no obligation to take one every month. You can top up airtime credit and simply use that for your calls and texts and only add a goodybag as and when, as you say, you know you'll be needing to use a little more. You'll also find that giffgaff will send you a handy email every month to advise you which option is likely to be most cost-effective for you given your past month's usage.
Unfortunately you can't have two sims on one account but can use the same email for both
And yes you can buy a goody bag as an when needed then just not buy another when its finished and continue on PAYG rarates plus don't forget free giffgaff to giffgaff calls & texts
You're allowed 1 sim per account but you can use the same email address,password and card details for the two accounts but different usernames.
Goodybags can be bought as and when required but last for a month.Once active,a goodybag can't be cancelled or used abroad.