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pmerryman Posts: > 500

Currently my daughter is on an old o2 10 monthly simplicity deal which includes no data allowance. She is going to be looking at getting a new phone for christmas, so will obviously be looking at something with a data allowance. Now I have seen the giff gaff sim goody bags, and the 10 goody bag looks great for the money. Does anyone use giff gaff? are there any catches with them? Also if she chooses a blackberry, can she enable BBM and internet with giff gaff?

Paul
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Posted: 2011-08-16 14:31:40
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julias Posts: > 500

I have been using giffgaff for over a year now and i can completely 100% recommend it. I currently use the 10 good bag and its suits my usage needs. Only issue i have with them is that you can only top-up online but they have an option to auto top-up once that option is selected so you never need worry about running out of credit.


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Posted: 2011-08-16 14:44:30
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adsada Posts: > 500


On 2011-08-16 14:31:40, pmerryman wrote:
Currently my daughter is on an old o2 10 monthly simplicity deal which includes no data allowance. She is going to be looking at getting a new phone for christmas, so will obviously be looking at something with a data allowance. Now I have seen the giff gaff sim goody bags, and the 10 goody bag looks great for the money. Does anyone use giff gaff? are there any catches with them? Also if she chooses a blackberry, can she enable BBM and internet with giff gaff?

Paul



Hi Paul, I use them and I can say they are defiantly the best value PAYG operator at the moment. The goody bags are also very good value but they obviously only last a month. If you opt not to have them, calls are 8p per minute and texts are 4p and giffgaff to giffgaff calls are free (including video calls). So yeah if you're willing to buy a phone separately its the best option, currently blackberry is not supported but I know that they are working on making it compatible with it in the next few months.
[ This Message was edited by: adsada on 2011-08-16 13:50 ]

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Posted: 2011-08-16 14:48:47
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Rookwise Posts: > 500

A Blackberry and data tethering goodybag is on the way soon starting from 5 a month.
Been with giffgaff for over a year myself now. They do have their problems occasionaly but are quite good otherwise and really cant be beaten for value.
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Posted: 2011-08-16 17:08:00
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pmerryman Posts: > 500

Is the monthly thing easy to setup, as I dont want her to run out of credit due to not having topped up.
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Posted: 2011-08-16 20:21:49
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julias Posts: > 500


On 2011-08-16 20:21:49, pmerryman wrote:
Is the monthly thing easy to setup, as I dont want her to run out of credit due to not having topped up.



yes very easy, once you've registered onto the site all you need to do is enter your card details and select (tick) the Auto top up option and its done.


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Posted: 2011-08-16 21:05:59
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pmerryman Posts: > 500

Many thanks. Will keep an eye on these for when she gets the new phone. Might ring o2 to see if they can match it or we are off.
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Posted: 2011-08-16 21:17:19
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fluke9 Posts: 461


On 2011-08-16 21:17:19, pmerryman wrote:
Many thanks. Will keep an eye on these for when she gets the new phone. Might ring o2 to see if they can match it or we are off.



Don't hold your breath.

0poo ain't to good at keeping customers.
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Posted: 2011-08-16 21:41:30
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pmerryman Posts: > 500

I'm not bothered either way, but its worth a shot.
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Posted: 2011-08-16 21:45:24
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julias Posts: > 500

giffgaff is part of 02 anyway and use the same network.



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Posted: 2011-08-16 21:51:11
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