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Handling multiple SIMs from a single company/family account

By: ivida | 14-02-2010 02:10

This idea was brought up by several posts earlier (see 1,2) and Vincent has even posted

a partial solution, but apparently it hasn't yet made it to this page.


The proposal is to have the possiblity to handle more than one SIMs from

a single account. This would be useful for companies, families, couples

and any other groups, if handling of the SIMs' administration/finances

is performed by one person.


The point is not necessarily to have only a single account for the SIMs,

i understand that at the moment the system requires the creation of an

account for each SIM.


The point is much more to have the possibility to define a master account from

which you can access relevant settings of all the SIMs within the associated pool.

Not only to top-up (this is not a problem as you can top-up any number through

the giffgaff pages) but also to activate/inactivate  auto top-up or set speding limits, etc.


Another important aspect of a company/family pool os SIMs would be to handle the

credits more flexibly: to have the possibility to transfer credit from one SIM to

the other.  Tthere was some discussion about  implementing some form  of credit

transfere on giffgaff (1,2) - in my opinion company/family SIM pools would be a good

argument to push such a feature and also an excellent context for the development

and testing.



by: sarahbanahnah
on: 28-09-2015 16:04

Too many of the same ideas. Please do a search before you post

by: xollobru
on: 28-09-2015 09:52
by: xollobru
on: 28-09-2015 09:52
by: xollobru
on: 28-09-2015 09:50

That sounds like this existing idea which is allegedly being looked into by giffgaff (vote for it to show your support)


and also like many of these existing ideas:




by: footballfanatic2014
on: 27-09-2015 00:28
Think this confuse more n lead more mistaken top ups. Sorry
by: k1ngvidic15
on: 24-09-2015 09:39

this has already been posted

by: manfred
on: 23-09-2015 17:20

Been told 'no chance' multiple times over the years.

Apparently it is not possible.

Funnily enough, back in the days of housebrick phones, a local employer had this, 30 phones on one account, discounted calls between them and full price for calls outside the group.


by: kathleen414
on: 23-09-2015 15:44
Not going to happen as all accounts are individual and having multiple sums wouldn't work
by: karenyates
on: 22-09-2015 18:58
A duplicate of a duplicate of a duplicate idea.
by: elizabeth97
on: 22-09-2015 17:27

This has been suggested many times. Please look up your idea before posting.