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Goodybag vouchers for 'lifeline' users

By: dingb06 | 18-06-2019 15:13

GG offer a £6 goody bag, but it isn't possible to buy a £6 voucher. That's daft.

If a £6 voucher was available, it would be a unique selling point in the market and very attractive to old coots like me who have been frog-marched into buying a smart/mobile phone by their kids as a senior form of safety reins.

Unlike modern yoof, I don't wander around gazing at a piece of glass, oblivious to my surroundings, but it'd be nice to know the device in my coat pocket would work if needed - and at minimum cost.

I guess similar arguments might apply to smaller children.



by: johndfoster7
on: 04-10-2019 22:51

I like this idea

by: broxiebear
on: 03-09-2019 05:24

Some of us pay this way and would like this well thought out !!!!!

by: jason1973tess
on: 01-09-2019 22:10

yes we all now but most naw pay with paypal/bank card i cannot remember the last time i topup with voucher

by: o__o
on: 01-09-2019 10:57

I like the concept that it's unique, that's giffgaffs speciality, supported ????

by: johndfoster7
on: 25-08-2019 18:22

I like this idea

by: manfred_sim2
on: 29-07-2019 16:55

Or go the whole hog and let us add the amount of credit we want.

Instantly solves the problem of '10p short for my goody bag'.

by: erzse49
on: 23-07-2019 11:28

I like this idea

by: barbarella2012
on: 09-07-2019 18:16

Totally agree, specially as you have to top up in £5 increments after £10. For those who buy the 2 cheapest goody bags it doesn’t make sense anymore.

by: mij_sky
on: 08-07-2019 05:32

£10 is minimum that ok no

by: jackjohnjoseph
on: 07-07-2019 17:13

supported, if a company is offering something at £6 you should be able to buy it for £6 not £10 with your £4 change floating around in limbo till if or when you can use it.