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By: mattycozens88 | 22-12-2018 08:34

be able to sync our giffgaff profile to whatsapp accounts so if ever forget username.and password can send message to our whatsapp with one off code and automatucally sync to sign in from your whatsapp to reset new username and password instead of.having to go through the email way of current as I receive high amount of emails it took me ages scrolling to find the giffgaff email last time



by: tazzy19
on: 26-01-2019 18:19

NO !!

Next you'll be suggesting we sign in with farcebook with their privacy and security record

by: chris2764
on: 07-02-2019 17:03

Wats app is actually owened and operated by Facebook it's another service from Facebook

by: natty_noo
on: 26-01-2019 15:42

Not for me sorry, i don't want my giffgaff account 'synced' anywhere else.

by: eluminea
on: 01-02-2019 12:09

As long as it's optional. Then yes.

by: as7861
on: 26-01-2019 14:55


Sounds like a good idea, however I want to see how it develops and if Facebook can up there game with privacy.

by: espuelita
on: 26-01-2019 14:02

I don't think this is a good idea.

There is too much synergy between social media accounts, and Zuckerberg now wants to increase it still further between WhatsApp, FB and Instagram.

by: chand311
on: 26-01-2019 13:51


by: claire1uk
on: 26-01-2019 12:15

Not for me sorry.

Synching can create its own problems.

by: frommoon
on: 12-02-2019 13:05

Only if it's optional.

by: ukrun
on: 26-01-2019 12:11

No sorry

by: mcilwraith
on: 26-01-2019 11:33

not for me i hate those "sign in with" apps as it is

by: chris2764
on: 07-02-2019 17:10

I think it's a bad idea as all some would need is to get hold of that one set of user name and password then the have access to your social media and then your phone account and any other sites that allow you to log in with that app far to insecure some of these apps when you agree to t&c and pricey policy harvest sell and use your data however they see fit

by: sarahbanahnah
on: 26-01-2019 08:57

Definitely not. This will invade privacy

by: gvmhb
on: 26-01-2019 07:41

No thank you, definitely not.