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Non EU goodybag

By: alexm84461 | 13-09-2019 09:08

My idea is a non EU goody bag worth £10. Unlimited internet, calls and texts. No roaming charges. This could be used in the USA, Canada, the Americas Australia and Africa.

My idea that I came up with is due to my holiday coming up next month and my struggle to find an international plan. I hope it is approved by all

Comments

by: corbe50
on: 17-09-2019 01:54

this would be useful for sure! but I have doubts about how practical it would be, giffgaff would have to be running that at a loss for such a low price.

by: adventure17
on: 16-09-2019 20:18

Sorryi can't support this as I think it would be far too expensive for Giffgaff to do.

by: kathleen414
on: 16-09-2019 18:37

To expensive for giffgaf to have even at a higher prce

by: karenyates
on: 15-09-2019 23:42

Cannot see this idea getting instigated,how would giffgaff make any money from this idea?

Have a good holiday though.

by: tradertall
on: 15-09-2019 15:57

How could giffgaff make money on that? Obviously people would only buy it before going away...

by: tiktak525
on: 28-07-2020 14:27

Fantastic idea

by: pinkunykorn
on: 17-07-2020 20:48

Fab idea

by: azizr27
on: 17-07-2020 18:14

Its ok

by: jgreenald
on: 14-07-2020 17:07

There is the essence of a good idea here but aiming to include such a wide range of countries makes it way too expensive for GiffGaff at a cost of only £10 for even a couple of weeks. Additionally, the real costs in Africa are quite different to the USA for example. However, having a North America goody bag, comprising the USA, Canada and perhaps Mexico might be achievable as might a separate Australasia goody bag for Australia and New Zealand. From a business point of view, there would need to be a significant volume of GiffGaff customers heading to any particular non-EU destination to make it worthwhile and I would guess that North America is the no. 1 non-EU region that Brits head to on holiday or business. Finally, £10 is almost certainly going to be infeasible for unlimited anything but I personally would welcome something around the £10 mark with even limited data, voice and texts for those times overseas when I'm not on WiFi.

by: hydromag
on: 22-06-2020 21:00

Futuristic approach.