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Use your phone abroad at no extra cost.

By: hallaway | 14-07-2014 09:27

Three offers sim-only deals that are free to use abroad, including the USA. I think giffgaff should offer a Roam-Free package!

With Three's "Feel At Home" package, you can use your allowance to call and text the UK and use your data without paying a penny more. There's no extra cost for calls back home, no extra cost for texts back home, no extra cost for data. More info: http://www.three.co.uk/Discover/Phones/Feel_At_Home?intid=3mainfahrbn1501

Why can't giffgaff offer a similar package? It's a great deal!

Comments

by: fadlur_f
on: 20-11-2018 14:09

Thank you for the idea and feedback. After considering the idea, we have decided that this would not be feasible for us at this time.

by: anthonydavidwarren
on: 16-10-2018 14:17

A very good idea

by: h0ppy
on: 15-10-2018 15:36

I would definitely use this, even if it meant paying a little bit more

by: terri28
on: 21-09-2018 18:32

would love to be able to use gg in Canada even if it was a an additional pre paid package as mentioned by previous poster.

by: blythspirit
on: 21-09-2018 15:28

Whilst it may not be financially viable to do this within the realms of the ‘normal’ goodybags, it would be very useful to have a pre-purchasable package for data and calls to use outside the EU. I would like to see places like the USA, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia covered.

by: belskyblue2
on: 21-09-2018 14:39

great idea, even if it was done for europe it would be a big step. Present roaming ( without charge) in europe is limited. Allow from your allowance calls from anywhere in europe to anyone in europe.

by: emjayel
on: 21-09-2018 14:00

worldwide please.

by: garywills
on: 21-09-2018 13:49

I would like this facility to be extended to travelling in Turkey please.

by: mezeit
on: 20-09-2018 16:00

It is definitely a must to keep this awesome network running regardless of any future political nightmares.

by: davisonio
on: 10-07-2018 22:51

This is the main reason I'm considering a move to Three. Please sort this!