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Thursday, April 15, 2010

Giffgaff launches new pricing with unlimited usage allowances

Virtual mobile network giffgaff, which launched at the end of 2009 using the O2 UK network, has announced new pricing 'goodybags'. These offer a range of benefits from £5 for a month of unlimited text messages to £35 for unlimited calls, unlimited texts and unlimited mobile internet usage. The company says unlike other 'unlimited' services with 'fair use' policies, these really are unlimited for personal users. All that's excluded is commercial use, automated use and connecting via a computer.

Data use, which was free from launch and remains free until 25th May 2010, will be priced at 50p per day (up to 100MB) for customers without a 'goodybag'.

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The Fonecast

4/26/2010 4:37 PM

Giffgaff is now looking at an alternative charging structure for 'pay as you go' customers without a goodybag: ow.ly/1DcU6

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