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12 month contracts

By: wfudin2 | 17-02-2019 18:32

As I have been out and about talking about the benefits of giffgaff, a lot of people have come back to me with the same feedback.

"Giffgaff just aren't competitive anymore!"

But as I talk further with the individual, the deals they are comparing against are not like for like. For example, Sky might have a temporary promotion of 2GB data for £6/m or Virgin have a promotion of 4GB data for £8/m. In any case both those promotions are for 12 month contracts.

This got me thinking, perhaps Giffgaff can be a little bit more adventurous with its offerings by getting people to commit to a minimum term of 12 months, or any other predefined period that would make economical sense to the giffgaff network.

Adding a longer period of commitment as an option will allow people the option to select a deal that is more relevant to them. For example, I would sacrifice unlimited minutes for more data. However my parents, would sacrifice some data for more minutes, etc.

If people are still unsure about what I think is possible by this, please check out ID mobile and see the variety of options offered there.

Comments

by: joshpt
on: 18-06-2019 01:35

No sorry

by: bradched
on: 13-06-2019 10:17

But... This is not about removing the monthly PAYG deals. This is about offering yearly commitment in addition to the monthlies.

It could be a 12 month voucher or similar.

And it is going to be a a year by year thing, not a month-to-month for 12 month contract like deal.

I would welcome it, as it is all the same to me whether I commit to 12 month length, since I have been GG for over 7 years now.

Get it?

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by: andym16995
on: 08-06-2019 12:43

No. I like how I'm not committed to a contract.

I think Giffgaff have it just right.

by: tmnca85
on: 04-06-2019 15:51

no to contract.giffgaff is why I joined it’s perfect the way it is now for me. it’s a big NO on contracts

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by: adam8686kupa
on: 23-05-2019 01:56

nie

by: bing5582
on: 22-05-2019 16:00

No

by: peterg92
on: 21-05-2019 19:02

Not for me sorry

by: denisechidlaw
on: 19-05-2019 12:32

Not for me thanks

by: tids
on: 19-05-2019 11:08

Sorry this is a pay as u go network