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Larger writing option for either older generation or people who struggle to read small writing

By: vickythefist1978 | 05-07-2019 03:54

I think giff gaff should consider that not everybody can read the stupidly small writing that A your voucher number comes with or B your app and website are in. It's high time giff gaff thought about their older or less able members. I have to read everything out for my elderly mother because she can't read the small writing even with her glasses on. Maybe a simplified option for people that are unable to read at all)(yesthese people do exist

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by: bing5582
on: 13-07-2019 19:30

Good idea

by: elli87
on: 13-07-2019 15:35

great idea.

by: o7sagittarius
on: 12-07-2019 19:44

is it really that small writing that you can't read it

by: karenyates
on: 12-07-2019 00:54

Surely the top up voucher is printed by the shop?

Take a photo and zoom,that's what I do,even with food wrappers,it works a treat.????

by: ijustcantdoit
on: 11-07-2019 14:27

Nice ide but cant see how it would work on vouchers etc , i take picture if i cant see and and zoom it in

by: adventure17
on: 11-07-2019 06:02

I don't think giffgaff would have any control over how vouchers are printed,

Is the website any worse than others? Surely if you can't read the giffgaff website then you wouldn't be able to do anything on the internet?

by: gizzblue
on: 10-07-2019 22:55

good idea for the vouchers ...but can you not enlarge the screen on the website to improve visuals for them ?...also most phones allow this with pinch and separate on screen .

by: chinsndips
on: 10-07-2019 18:58

Certainly would be helpful for many people.

by: alisondg11
on: 10-07-2019 18:29

great idea. Not just for older people but also those with sight problems

by: msmon55
on: 10-07-2019 16:35

I can certainly see the merit in this idea. I sometimes have to resort to magnifying glass as well as glasses. Even then it's not always possible to read, especially when someone posts in threads. If we could just increase size with forefinger and thumb that would be so helpful.