GiffGaff UK drops its Unlimited mobile broadband data plan
Mobile service provider GiffGaff is removing the “Unlimited Internet” component of two of its top monthly SIM-only plans, according to ISPreview.
The site reports that from September 24, the allowance will be replaced by a capped quota of just a few gigabytes and a new traffic management change will drop some speeds to just 300Kbps (0.3Mbps).
“At present, GiffGaff offers a range of so-called ‘goodybags’, which start at £5 per month (60 UK minutes, 300 UK texts, 20MB Internet, free to other giffgaff numbers) and rise to £20 (2,000 UK minutes, unlimited UK texts / Internet, free to other giffgaff numbers),” it says.
“The latest change concerns the top three goodybags that all include unlimited internet usage.”
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hi there can any one heip me get the internet on my wuilfire mobil have tryed everthing & numbers ive a £20 voucher & a giff gaff number no internet which is why i got the chip