Would you like to join the UK’s fastest growing and best value for money pay-as-you-go (PAYG) mobile network? Would you like a free £5 top-up with it too (£5 will be added to your account upon activation of your first top up)? Then you’ve come to the right blog
GiffGaff is wholly owned by O2 and runs on their network and offers very good value for money, especially when paired with a smartphone such as an iPhone 4 / 4s, Blackberry Bold or any of the HTC Android or Windows Smartphones.
GiffGaff are a SIM-only, community-powered mobile network and I can highly recommend them. The only downside is that they use the O2 network – which might be fine for your area. I get good data speeds on them in town but in the country the reception can be a little flaky. Like all mobile networks, O2 are working on improving coverage.
But GiffGaff only provide standard SIMs, they do not provide Micro SIMs. If you want a Micro SIM, you’ll have to cut one yourself or have someone do it for you. I can cut and send a Micro SIM to you – FOR FREE – if you fill out the form below.
What about data/contract use?
In addition to having an incredibly competitive tariff, GiffGaff also allow you to purchase goodybags. These are a mix of minutes, texts and data. Unlimited Internet (subject to “acceptable use policy”) and when you purchase any goodybag you’ll get free GiffGaff to Giffgaff calls for for three months. (The £5 goodybag an excellent choice for children and grandparents).
I switched from Tesco Mobile £20 per month on O2 to GiffGaff and saved my business £10 per month as I use the £10 Goodybag each month. I find that it is more than enough for all my business/work calls and I get to call and text my friends (also on GiffGaff) for free. Also sometimes Tesco would make a mistake with the billing (this happened on more than one occasion over a year) and would place extra charges on top of the agreed £20 each month. Tesco were also difficult to get VAT invoices from.
If you want a STANDARD SIM, click here to order one.
Privacy Note: This form uses Google Docs and after I post out your SIM card I will remove your name and address from the spreadsheet.