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Non Expiring Data Sim

By: borg42 | 29-06-2014 20:48

I think this would be a fairer way of operating the gigabags. The product is sold on the basis of the amount of data. presumably GiffGaff would be happy for me to use the amount of data on my gigabag within the specified time. So if I've paid for that amount of data I should be allowed to use it all however long it takes.

I'm sure if I used all my allowance i a week GiffGaff would be more than happy to let me purchase another.

Come on GiffGaff step up and provide a product nobody else is. I'm sure you would have floods of tablet and low usage users flocking to buy your data sims. :smileyhappy:

Cheers

Comments

by: gintoki
on: 21-05-2018 17:25

Good idea. Would bring Giffgaff in line with other providers who allow customers to 'roll over' their data.

by: jayh42
on: 20-05-2018 23:53

I agree I top up £20 goody bag twice a month living on a boat need more data

by: daveflint
on: 20-05-2018 20:12

I would be ready to buy a data goodybag on these lines.

by: reche18
on: 20-05-2018 10:13

I don’t use all my data either, so this would help me to buy the most appropriate goody bag, knowing I could roll over the remaining data, if only for one month. Thanks

by: ellyrose
on: 19-05-2018 16:17
I agree. Would be grate .
by: steph00692
on: 18-05-2018 21:45

what a great idea, but not just for data only, what about phone users too

by: billisronaldo
on: 18-05-2018 13:29

I definately agree with this. I often have dqta expired before I consume it all.

by: shuze51
on: 17-05-2018 17:44

I agree

by: chris_wales
on: 17-05-2018 15:58

Imagine if electricity were to be purchased this way. Would I be buying a 1000 kWh goody bag because I expected to use about that much but then I would be pretty upset at the end of the month when I have only use 784 kWh of electricity and I can't have the other 216 kWh I paid for. I suspect that would not last long.

by: john_o
on: 16-05-2018 14:04

Totally agree. The use it or lose it should be illegal.