Leave a legacy.

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.


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: 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

by: booty112233
on: 18-05-2019 07:21

not for me

by: suby1
on: 17-05-2019 07:40


by: onthelash
on: 15-05-2019 22:47

iAnd not for me

by: juliacasson
on: 15-05-2019 09:38

Its ok if you're on your phone constantly but if you're like me, the odd text or phone call, then it's fine as it is. If it ain't broke don't fix it!

by: 196914
on: 12-05-2019 16:08

Thumbs down from me coz that sounds like a step backwards

by: frommoon
on: 12-05-2019 11:39

Please, no contracts!