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Discount goody bags for Deliveroo/Uber Eat riders

By: nicolajgale | 26-12-2019 12:52

As a Deliveroo rider, I find GiffGaff to be the best service on which to operate the rider app due to the generous nature of the data in the goody bags but, I was thinking it would be a good idea to hook up with Deliveroo and Uber Eats to offer their riders deals on GiffGaff phones and goody bags.

This would get more riders signing up to GiffGaff and with a deal on a phone or a slightly cheaper goody bag for a heap of data in order to be able to do their jobs it would keep riders on board and have them recommending them to fellow 'Roos'. The deals could stand for as long as the rider remains contracted to Deliveroo/Uber Eats, should they move on they then move to the same rates as any other customer.

As a Deliveroo rider, I use a huge amount of data each month in order to be able to do the job, this can take up a large amount of my fees just to keep riding, so I thought a 'perk' of the job should be discounted goody bags which would not only keep existing customers on board but also bring in new customers from Deliveroo and Uber Eats riders.

Comments

by: paulb29650
on: 03-04-2020 03:04

Sounds like a good idea for all parties concerned hope it gets approved . Good luck and ride safely

by: natasa80
on: 26-03-2020 16:39

no

by: erzse49
on: 20-03-2020 17:51

good idea

by: erzse49
on: 17-03-2020 04:28

good idea

by: abiable
on: 16-03-2020 17:07

No supported I'm afraid, if you need more data than 80GB for less £ I suggest you look at Smarty (currently £20 for unlimited data) or Three had some unlimited 12 month deals for effectively £16.50pm

by: k9abbas
on: 10-03-2020 09:58

is this possible for NHS staff already or is that a new idea?

by: karmen11
on: 08-03-2020 17:02

good idea

by: kelb718
on: 07-03-2020 22:47

No I don't think this idea should be implemented. It's your choice to work for Deliveroo/ Uber. If the job doesn't pay more than your calls,travel etc then it's not worth working. Giffgaff already offer great days that (already mentioned) it would be unfair to favour one particular group.

by: karmen11
on: 04-03-2020 16:15

good idea

by: jesi23
on: 28-02-2020 12:22

With the further increase this week (from 26 February 2020) on the £20 Goodybag to 80GB (plus 1GB extra if running out, after have bought your third goodybag of any size), do we really need a further discounted goodybag? I don’t think so. … . … . As a £15 Goodybag only gives you 15(+1)GB data … . … .