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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.

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Comments

by: muddycalhoun
on: 21-01-2020 16:23

Oh that's right back to the Incredibly well supported minimum £5 top up which Giffgaff turned down flat despite thousands of votes.

Sorry although I totally agree this is probably a non starter.

by: tokyobuta
on: 20-01-2020 16:36

It should be possible to buy vouchers that match goodybags in price...

by: johndfoster7
on: 14-01-2020 22:53

I like this idea

by: court79153
on: 26-12-2019 19:50

good idea

by: peterg92
on: 17-12-2019 22:04

Yep yep

by: emmalouisep93
on: 17-12-2019 10:46

I agree. +1

by: c55amg2005
on: 25-11-2019 16:13

You've got my vote.

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