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Giffgaff revamp Goodybags

giffgaff, uSwitch's Network of the Year for three years running, has announced it will be offering unlimited minutes to goodybags £10 and over.

giffgaff calls its monthly SIM-only plans goodybags, and they come packed with data, minutes and texts. Now existing members or new joiners to the network purchasing goodybags £10 and over will benefit from unlimited minutes. Previously, unlimited minutes only applied to the £20 goodybag but in a bid to simplify the range for members, this will now apply to all but the £5 and £7.50 goodybags.

Of course, as the no-contract network, these goodybags can be changed each month and cancelled at any time. They can also be set to recur automatically.

Ash Schofield, Chief Marketing Officer, giffgaff says: "At giffgaff, we're always listening to what our members want from us as a network, and we made the decision to simplify our goodybag range to offer them more bang for their buck. This refresh will now mean anyone purchasing goodybags over £10 will benefit from unlimited minutes and unlimited texts, continuing to give our members great value."

To find out more about giffgaff's goodybag range please go here

To find out about giffgaff' range of phones please go here

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