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Make the minimum top-up £5

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.

Comments

by: foenixmtg
on: 21-09-2018 17:26

I agree the market landscape has moved on with a number of reputable companies now offering better deals than GG for between £5 to £10.

GG just refusing to consider less than £10 top ups is short sighted & surprising considering their marketing slogan of listening to their customers!

by: foenixmtg
on: 21-09-2018 17:26

I agree the market landscape has moved on with a number of reputable companies now offering better deals than GG for between £5 to £10.

GG just refusing to consider less than £10 top ups is short sighted & surprising considering their marketing slogan of listening to their customers!

by: kamil_ali135
on: 21-09-2018 17:13

agree

by: lauraa2010
on: 21-09-2018 16:54

Good idea ????

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by: ivetten
on: 21-09-2018 16:52

That's what would be perfect for kids.

by: sukeys
on: 21-09-2018 16:46

The £5 top up is available already, I personally would prefer less texts and more minutes and data as I don’t text as much. Also don’t mind paying slightly more say £6 for this this package as I find the I don’t use all the £7.50 allowance

by: alcrojohn
on: 21-09-2018 16:39

The £5.00 top up suits me, the least amount the better because I always buy my goodie bags through PayPal.

by: ebenezerstone
on: 21-09-2018 16:20

This is all very confusing. Isn't a £5.00 goodybag £5.00? I assumed my £5.00 would be my monthly cost.

At 80 I am not a big user - for me, apart from it providing access to the internet etc., when I'm out and about, a mobile phone is a source of help in emergency (like when our house was trashed by lightning and the landline was cooked). So far, nearing the end of my first month with with you, I have used just 65 MB of mobile data, have phoned no one but my lady wife (who is a giffgaff user so that's free, isn't it?), have received a text from my doctor regarding my flu jab, have watched no movies, have listened to no music etc., etc. So am I reading that I'm expected to top up each month with £10.00? That's more than my annual pay-as-you-go cost with EE - who I just left.

Come on giffgaff, please explain.

by: markproberts
on: 21-09-2018 16:18

I'd vote for £5 being a sensible amount. £10 is too high.

by: cymro76
on: 21-09-2018 16:10

Why not???