giffgaff announces 'goodybags' pricing

by Ben Smith on 15th April 2010

giffgaff annonces pricing

giffgaff – the recently launched mobile network (see our launch coverage) which rewards users for helping each other and marketing the brand – has announced pricing bundles in the form of ‘goodybags’.

These bundles last 30 days and give a mixture of calling, texts and internet access. Prices are good (very good), but best of all it’s nice to see the proper use of the word ‘unlimited’ which asks only that you use the service for personal use and don’t tether your handset for data access.

I’ve been testing a giffgaff SIM (which has been generously giving beta users free data) for some time and the service (the network-bit is provided by O2) has been excellent.  Regular emails have reminded me that whilst I haven’t, I could be earning free credit by referring friends or being active in their forums…

If you want a pre-pay SIM you should definitely check them out. Even without the freebies they look competitive against my previous pre-pay favourite Three.

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