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Personalised goodybags

By: elijoby12 | 27-05-2015 00:00

GiffaGaff For The People By The People. (I love this idea) 

 

So my idea goes like this- Instead of having set plans i.e £12 for so many minutes, texts, and data; you have the option to pick how many minutes, texts, and data you want. The cost is processed from the relavant ammounts you choice, and everyone is happy (hopefully).

 

I'm not sure if this makes much sense (the festive times have certainly catched up with my senses) so I've attached a picture I created on paint. You're welcome to even use my wonderful 'slider' idea and the catch phrase. 

 

Peas xGiff~Gaff Idea.png

Comments

by: autoryzacja
on: 22-09-2018 07:50

I agree

by: t__j
on: 22-09-2018 06:49

to sacrifice minutes for data for the set price would be a God send... I never have enough data

by: teledwards
on: 22-09-2018 05:44

Wonderful idea! I chose for data and use very few texts and minutes. Always seems a waste.

by: mrscar
on: 21-09-2018 23:06

Yes please

by: britney02
on: 21-09-2018 22:03

Soooo upset they didn't go ahead with this!

by: godfrey_60
on: 21-09-2018 20:46

And include roaming plans. Just been to NZ and roaming at a reasonable cost would remove the need to find wifi

by: d_chilvers
on: 21-09-2018 17:34

Its a great idea. You can still standardise the goodybag to get what is reccomended or already default to you, no change. However if you had no need for calls, mms or data you could customise that goodybag and switch out stuff accordingly.

It might not be wise to trade off say, your mms or call time, for a more valuble service. Eg. Data allowance as you probably woyldbt get as much. However if you generally didn't need them because you used Facebook messenger for calls and texts/used a pager at work/only called free gifffgaff numbers/Had another phone or device to make calls or use the net etc...


Why not?

by: carlin35
on: 21-09-2018 17:20

you can never please all the people all the time I'm happy with the current situation

by: kamil_ali135
on: 21-09-2018 17:14

I love this idea as I use more data than an

by: stewpot51
on: 21-09-2018 16:08

It's too complicated, and there's nothing wrong with what we currently have, so if it ain't broke why fix it