By: saadiyahk | 06-05-2014 13:47
Hi, this is a little idea.
The minimum top up is £10 so maybe giffgaff should let us top up £5. I'm a light user and don't need much of anything. So being able to top up £5 would be nice.
Yes please. I am on giffgaff, and so are my husband, my brother, sister, and parents. Basically I only ever ring all of them (which is free for 3 months after top up), and send a few texts to other people. I am on wifi at home and at work and so rarely use 3G. Like the previous commenter, I get to the end of the 3 months and then have to spend all the credit before topping up again. I would be disappointed to recieve only 6 weeks free from £5 rather than 3 months - that wouldn't make any difference to me.
Supported to help push this through, as I feel this will benefit many that only use airtime credit.
100% agree with this, I understand why we're asked to top up £10 when we register but after that 5 pounds seems completely reasonable, especially for those who don't use their phones very much.
I agree as £10 lasts me for 4/5 months and then I finish up having to pay for my giff gaff to giff gaff calls. With a £5 top up this wouldnt happen.
Would be needed if airtime credit expires, but it doesn't. Being able to add an exact amount above £10 would be more useful.
o2 minimum top up £10 so giffgaff has to do the same.
Similar idea: https://labs.giffgaff.com/idea/15949586
as has been said this has been suggested many many times so i doubt if it will ever happen
A quick search would reveal that this gets proposed over and over again and has been rejected numerous times by giffgaff as it is not cost-effective because of fees and charges. It's always a good idea to search before you post an idea so that you don't waste time repeating things that have already come up.
You would not believe how many times this is suggested, just look back a few pages in labs and you will find a few. Apparantly it is too costly to process at the moment, sorry.
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