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By: ebix | 19-09-2019 17:02

Place info on the sim card packaging (before buying and opening so on the outside side) about what phones it will work with for example any unlocked and any o2 locked phone and in which countries it will work as well as what boundles are available what they buy and for how much?

Those were the things I wanted to know and compare before choosing the the new sim card.

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by: various_mm
on: 22-09-2019 09:30

you can gte this info from the website

the website tells you the cost of using GG here in the UK and overseas

the packaging isnt big enough to fit everything,

plus if they did what you said, and the charges changed, then there would be outdated info on the sim pacckages

by: gizzblue
on: 21-09-2019 19:54

All that information is readily available on the net ....really dont think its an impulse thing with a sim these days people do their research .into networks .

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by: various_mm
on: 22-09-2019 09:32

exactly thats what i have said too plus if the GG updates charges etc then the sim package info would be out of date and people then would complain that they are being charged wrongly as the info on the package said a different charge rates etc

by: persco
on: 25-09-2019 06:51

there is so much info you can fit on a the card though if we want to try and ‘save’ the planet using less material like paper etc.

As minimal and clear and concise as possible with a link to giffgaff website is fine and i think that’s what is still going on now at least from last time I ordered a sim.

by: firoze
on: 28-09-2019 11:11

I agree in that cramming all this info on the outside of the package isn't necessary.

People will know that they are getting when they order the SIM.

Perhaps just the addition of unlocking/o2 info may be helpful...

by: sibtahmed
on: 28-11-2019 13:00

agreed

by: erzse49
on: 17-11-2019 04:26

good idea

by: natasa80
on: 14-11-2019 19:11

no thank you.

by: vijay42924
on: 14-11-2019 09:22

oka

by: amerj21
on: 11-11-2019 20:03

if you go onto the giffgaff website then you should get your answer from there. If not, then contact a giffgaff member or send a message to them. Hope i helped <3

by: navvy
on: 11-11-2019 14:25

So long as it says that giffgaff uses the O2 network, that should be sufficient. If we were using the Three network then 2G-only phones wouldn't work, so it would be more important to have this information.