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Call Catcher on giffgaff

By: i_h8_indian_callcentres | 03-04-2010 14:34

Call Catcher gives you the facility to find out who has called if your phone has been out of coverage or switched off. Once your phone has coverage or is switched on, you will receive a text message telling you who called and the time/date.

 

Kudos this if you would want this feature.

Comments

by: suzannejd
on: 12-03-2018 11:48

Brilliant idea. Very welcomed

by: sacikaratrish2
on: 08-06-2018 20:09

I agree. Great idea

by: emma_1984
on: 11-03-2018 11:10

OMG!!!! I’ve been wanting to have this for years!!!! Fingerscrossed you could sort this it be AMAZING!!!!

by: bpg1970
on: 04-04-2018 10:03

It's a brilliant idea

by: adamtheant
on: 20-03-2018 14:43

Yeah it would be I love it

by: danni97472
on: 20-08-2018 16:33

Yeah deffo

by: danni97472
on: 20-08-2018 16:33

Yeah deffo

by: danni97472
on: 20-08-2018 16:33

Yeah deffo

by: danni97472
on: 20-08-2018 16:33

Yeah deffo

by: danni97472
on: 20-08-2018 16:33

Yeah deffo

by: kellielm
on: 19-09-2018 08:26

I totally agree!

by: daleozzie2012
on: 16-06-2018 16:17

awesome idea

by: evelina2310
on: 13-09-2018 07:46

????

by: mislout
on: 12-09-2017 14:19

I've been wanting this for years. Recently I've been thinking about leaving giffgaff because of it.

by: rashad760
on: 17-03-2019 21:26

I agree this is a good idea

by: davejybandit
on: 02-06-2015 23:56

@littlemisszoe  You get a notification telling you about a missed call if your phone is on and in network Range. However I think the OP is referring to calls that are made to you but don't reach your phone because either you were out of network range or your phone is switched off. giffgaff does Not support this.

  I'm not really bothered by this because I figure if someone wants me when I'm not reachable, then they can always try again later but I'll support this idea because there's no good reason not to.

by: mansell87
on: 10-09-2019 18:59

yes please!!

by: danny10745
on: 09-09-2019 21:37

Yes please

by: wedgington
on: 06-09-2019 20:41

Yes great idea that used to happen on one network back in the 90's when reception was a bit more flaky. Sure it was One2One

by: markrandall1969
on: 27-08-2019 11:25

Good feature to have

by: msmon55
on: 17-08-2019 15:39

Very useful, especially after battery has died whilst out and about. Supported.