- Giffgaff and phone unlocking
If your contract has finished, the supplier of that contract will provide the unlock code, generally FOC.
GiffGaff is great. £10 a month, 500 mins, unlimited texts, 1gb of data which allows tethering/hotspot use and free giffgaff-giffgaff calls.
no brainer if you own a phone IMO.Posted 4 years agorepomanMember
I’ve friends that have used giffgaff for a couple of years with no complaint, and I’ve just switched to them after my contract with Vodafone ended. Porting my number went flawlessly, although there was a worrying lack of feedback during the process. It’s only been a week, but I’m impressed so far, and get a warm, fuzzy feeling from being with hippies that have knitted their own virtual network from organic yoghurt and flax seeds. Interested to see how coverage compares when out in the wilds. Remember that if you don’t like them, you’re not locked in and can leave whenever you like.
Can’t help wrt unlocking, bought my phone SIM free.Posted 4 years agogravity-slaveMember
Giffgaff’d since last September and it’s brilliant. Great value for money, free calls to other gifgaffers and referal bonus if mates sign up using your link/sim. I’ve had 6 sign ups to 3 months free, effectively!
As long as you are happy self supporting via their site/forum, go for it.
Lots of network/model specific unlocking advice on their forum too.Posted 4 years ago
I’m moderately numpty on matters such as this, so please bear with me and help if possible.
Just out of a phone contract, don’t need a replacement and I’m looking at some good offers from Giffgaff that uses the O2 network – anyone used them, if so any good?
I apparently need my phone (HTC One S) unlocking. Do I need to pay for a code to do this or are the sites thrown up by google generally ok?
Cheers in advance
PLPosted 4 years ago
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