Netflix STOCKS and CHILL

So in this post I'm going to discuss my research stages of looking into what's going on with the rise recently the 14% rise of Netflix in the past month. As in my last video about Netflix I was quite surprised to see the stock price rising by about almost $40.

It's dipped a bit today as I make this video by about a percent not much overall for the data is but the generic trend for Netflix is those rising now. Netflix as a business model is recurring billing, its repeat customers and you could say that it's a mixture of a saas with a broadcaster so yeah it's like a it's well that's what an online streaming service is and Netflix is the number one online streaming service.

It has all the competitors but theres not any metrics, Netflix is the front-runner now having looked into their business model they seem to have hit a good price point which is cheap enough for consumers and very convenient. So like you know it's like paying for additional subscription on sky for example or whatever broadcaster you use, there are your TV box cable I think in the US they've done it. 

The only thing Netflix doesn't have in terms of categories is sports, so I think because Sports is like way more expensive anywhere with all like the sponsorships and things that go on. The money involved and the exclusivity agreements that everyone wants to keep I think Netflix has focus more on exclusivity of content in terms of cinematic dramas and documentaries and I think their number one selling point at the moment is the cinematic documentary style dramas.

I cover are touched on this point like in my last video where I discussed the cinematic dramas that they have like Breaking Bad, power, Gotham ones, that I used to watch myself. Unlike in the UK they got the guys from Top Gear to make a show that was exclusive on Amazon.

So you know these exclusivity deals work out really well because they bring a new range of popularity and a new audience to the platform so a lot of the platforms are doing it like Amazon with the top gear shop but Netflix is the front-runner because it's got the most. I don't watch any Drama Series anymore but I caught myself faster we're having a game of snooker you know watching an episode of power because they had Netflix in the snooker room to private super rules that we were playing in so we were like okay this is let's just watch it I was like I know this series good and watching it again even in season five it was good.

So yeah Netflix is is really engaging and immersive for its users and I think its got huge huge ways to grow. Yeah I think it's just starting and his popularity will increase there are some that say it's capped out in the US. I don't think is anywhere near capped out in the US and i think there's got massive growth markets abroad and i think it's a $600 plus stock six to eight hundred dollars. 

I think it's got potential and I haven't even touched on their financials that came out October I believe in q1 they hit two hundred sixty something million and in by q2 they'd doubled a like to 566 million or something around that region. So they're in profit and they are doing well they are growing strong that's like a double return or a double up on q1. In q2 and that was even despite reporting prior to that that they lost members members and they've still come out with profits I think I still think they've got a massive ways to grow and to figure out how to keep their members engaged longer.

Potentially by looking at their statistics and usage and look why or even asking them ember survey them when they leave or after they've left why did you leave us why did you quit? You know like they need to find out why people are leaving the platform, is it because it's so easy is it because it's just viewed as an online entertainment thing I mean a lot of televisions and like the ps5's and stuff and you can get Netflix on anything so why would anyone want to leave their Netflix membership does.

I've never had one I've always used like a friends to be honest but if I had one I wouldn't see myself leaving and less times were difficult I think there it wasn't that issue with the membership lost but in hindsight they turned a massive profit in q2. So they do well, they're growing gradually and I think it's a strong stock will I be personally investing in Netflix it's a one to watch for me personally it is a one to watch.

I'm gonna continue to watch it and now I'm up to speed with what's going on with his financials I'll keep you updated as well. If you're on the website make sure you subscribe to the email address in comment below tell me what you think about Netflix in general or anything to do with Netflix stock and any other stock. If you're on youtube make sure you subscribe and click the bell icon to make sure you get an alert straight away to know what's going on you soon.


NIO Stock over $2 Tesla of China


Today we are gonna discuss what is going on with your nio stock, nio is the Tesla of China for those of you that don't know. I have been tracking Nio's talk for a while now, I seems like he's doing pretty well I mean like I've got in a week ago for only a 1 dollar 60 and from there I managed to see the stock go up way above the $2 mark. 

Then I shot back to the $2 mark like three times this month so I believe its trying to create a new support level for itself above the $2 mark. It wants to go above $2 as far as I can see so what that means the company's doing well, the company is getting their deliveries out on time on schedule they are heading towards building up a stable company that's got a huge demand.

Nio's got the biggest EV demand in China like well China will have the largest electric vehicle demand in the world so Nio is apparently I heard some rumors that they not even making all the cars themselves. So I need to check into the finer details of those of that nature but they definitely are a frontrunner to become the next Tesla especially in China.

If you looked at Tesla stock recently tell the stock is she shot up to around three hundred sixty dollars a share. Now how crazy would it be if nio went from the $1.60 all the way upto $350 per share, amazing right. Obviously to do that you've got to be Tesla they are trying to be Tesla but only really Tesla can be Tesla.

But then you've got the other story of like for example the war between Intel and AMD, AMD was was not a front-runner for like they they they were behind Intel for quite a long time right. But now AMD is gonna struggle to catch up to Intel, I mean sorry Intel's gonna struggle to catch up to AMD because of how far along AMD has come in their production in manufacturing and how they have developed their cpu archetechtures in the marketplace you know.

You never know nio could just take off in a big big way with their line up of electric cars. They could come out with electrical I mean I've seen the electric cars they produce and I must admit they are high quality good grade electric cars.

They seem to have very similar technology to Tesla and they are pretty much up to speed in terms of having this technology and stuff in place inside their vehicles. I'm talking about the auto driving, I'm talking about the battery technology, I'm talking about the build quality and the usage yeah they've got some kinks and stuff but they've got their own charger network.

Across some of these issues are all problems that Tesla has already gone through so because Tesla has already gone through these problems I'm not too concerned that nio is going through through similar challenges because that is just how things go in the electric car world. I mean if I hadn't have seen Tesla go through similar challenges like how you know the charger Network fulfillment problems that happened initially.

Manufacturing issues costs and distribution problems operational cost fluctuation. If I hadn't have seen Tesla go through the exact same things then I would be thinking well or I would be a little slightly concerned with me on and be thinking okay what's gonna happen with the stock?

It isn't gonna go up down right right or which way is it gonna go, you know it's just one of them things but because I've seen Tesla go through these issues and hopefully the leaders the inside NIO will will take note from how Elon Musk dealt with these things when or if they happen to NIO. They need to now focus on mimicking how Tesla overcame these situations and how Tesla geared these situations.

For example was it by Elon Musk just using the brain of his and figuring out ways to overcome problems I mean well figuring out ways to reduce costs to improve efficiency. That's what he's been doing all the way through I'm sure he tried to do at the start but then when he's got problems that he's facing he knows how to fix them so they just need to copy what he did in these situations.

When they come up in their circumstance and NIO should be right as rain just like they're copying him anyway like thoughts and stuff you know but but he's all fari he was that competitor he wants the competition. He wants it because well really because Tesla owns like the biggest battery manufacturing firm factories in in the world which is all cause he wins either way then because of his leaves in the land or the battery technology contracts for the cars so he's not concerned about that even if there are more electric car manufacturers. Tesla's will always sell because of the type of brand that they've built.

I just won't touch on telling the stuff actually for now so Nio is doing well but in this same video I'm a touch on what I want to make a separate video about other EV stuff because I think they are on a boost mode at the moment and I need to find out why. I think their stock gets excited for reasons I want to deeper understand,  I noticed that Tesla share price increases slightly I'm talking about like obviously now because a larger share price per share. So I'm talking about slight increases anywhere between one to three percent when they announced a new factory due to the fact that like people just get excited when it tells of how it expands.

It's always an exciting time so I mean Tesla has opened up a new factory and the share price has gone up slightly I mean I got in and I mentioned it on my youtube channel as well. I got into Tesla (I wish). I got into NIO at $1 60 per share and I got into Uber at $26 per share and no I'm sorry I didn't get into Tesla I voted to uber $26 per share I wishgot in to Tesla far before that.

But Tesla could be a few thousand $ like three to four thousand per share stock within the next 10-15 years the way is the REA is grow I've seen it go up by like a hundred dollars since I'll be watching it it could be a massive stock. And NIO I'm hoping we'll follow suit with Tesla even if Nio goes up to like $400 and you buy now when Nio's level cheap you know you are going to be in the money.

Not a financial adviser this is just my opinion I'm showing you what I'm looking at researching and if you you should seek for an independent financial advice. Especially if you read the UK I don't want to get here with none of these non disclaimer raw loss or you know like this is my disclaimer for you hope you enjoyed this article & video, make sure you hit the like button, subscribe, hit the bell icon when you subscribe on youtube & if you're on my website make sure you join our email list if you're on the video make sure you join the email list I will be sending out like stock alerts for what my personal stock alerts like what stock I'm looking at when I'm gonna buy it myself you can copy me if you want I'm just trading away that's the way I go catch you soon.

Giffgaff Pay As You Go Bundles

Prepare yourself in for a new discovery in the mobile world. Giffgaff is the dream network you have only just heard about if so get £10 free credit so keep reading to learn how.

Giffgaff Bundles or Goodybags? 3g, 4g, 5g

Essentially they are a sim only style pay as you go online only network. Which seems to work great for everyone. However they like to call their bundles or price plans Goodybags. Let's take a closer look into what they have on offer more recently.

£6 Goodybag (low usage)

  • 500mb data
  • Unlimited mins
  • Unlimited texts
Once you’ve bought your third goodybag, Giffgaff will boost your data by 1 GB whenever you purchase a £10, £12, £15 or £20 goodybag
£8 Goodybag
  • 3gb data 
  • Unlimited mins
  • Unlimited texts

£10 Goody bag

  • 6gb data + 1gb extra data
  • Unlimited minutes
  • Unlimited texts

£10 Goody bag *(Recurring) 

  • 9gb data + 1gb extra data
  • Unlimited minutes
  • Unlimited texts
  • 5g ready
This goodybag is activated when you set up auto payment for the £10 goodybag, its a smashing deal if you know your usage is around this level anyway.

£12 Goody bag

  • 10gb data + 1gb extra data
  • Unlimited minutes
  • Unlimited texts
  • 5g ready

£15 Goody bag

  • 15gb data + 1gb extra data
  • Unlimited minutes
  • Unlimited texts
  • 5g ready

£20 Goody bag

  • 80gb Data + 1gb extra data
  • Unlimited minutes
  • Unlimited texts
  • 5g ready

£25 Goody bag

  • Always On Data (the speed is slower after 100gb of usage) 
  • Unlimited minutes
  • Unlimited texts
  • 5g ready

New Giffgaff Reccuring Goodybags 

So in addition to the above giffgaff goodybag deals available at the moment, there are even better reccuring deals to be had. All this means is that your debit card is billed automatically each month for the amount priced on the goodybag you choose. For this benefit you also get additional data when compared to the standard pay as you go goodybags so really handy.

They are as follows:

£10 Goody bag Recurring 

  • 9gb data + 1gb extra data
  • Unlimited minutes
  • Unlimited texts
  • 5g ready

£15 Goody bag Recurring

  • 25gb data + 1gb extra data
  • Unlimited minutes
  • Unlimited texts
  • 5g ready

£20 Goody bag Recurring

  • 100gb Data + 1gb extra data
  • Unlimited minutes
  • Unlimited texts
  • 5g ready

£35 Goody bag Recurring

  • Unlimited Data 
  • Unlimited minutes
  • Unlimited texts
  • 5g ready

Is the Giffgaff Network Any Good?
That is a very good question and after having been with them for over 8 years I feel in a good position to be able to tell you exactly what to expect. Simply put they have most of the benefits of a contract but without tie in or lock in. Your free to go but they of course would love you to stay. This alone provides a sense of freedom that is not normally expected of telecommunications companies but every one I know on Giffgaff really does appreciates and values being apart of this mobile network.

Order Giffgaff Sim Free £5 credit

Another point of freedom and flexibility Giffgaff give you is being able to change the bundle/goodybag you want each month. I benefited from this in a family wedding I had 2 months ago. Normally I top up £10 and buy the mid level good bag but the wedding month I decided to get the highest £20 goodybag with unlimited data, minutes and texts. This allowed me the extra boost just for when I needed it and it felt very convenient.

After the wedding was over the following month I dropped back down to the £10 a month goodybag and have been on that ever since.

Recently I went on a trip in Europe with the new roaming rules in Europe it turned out I could use my goodybag there no problems. So I went back up to the £20 goodybag with unlimited data, as I find data comes in more handy than anything else whilst travelling.

I used my unlimited data to communicate with my wife via wattsapp. I communicated with my family and friends via wattsapp and Facebook rather than calls and texts. Everyday or sometimes many times a day I would send a pic on the family & the friends group showing them what I’m doing, wearing going etc. Which in today’s age is very normal activity people love to know what’s going on in other people’s lives it’s become commonplace which is making data requirements more important when selecting a pay as you go mobile network. Giffgaff understand this and gives you roaming data in Europe and tethering.

I think that’s they way the world works these days, everyone’s just getting used to getting updates on status or pictures rather than calls and texts, which is why probably most mobile phone networks put emphasis on data.

After having been with Giffgaff for coming up to nine years what I’ve noticed is that as soon as I’m looking or noticing other deals from other networks such as Virgin Mobile, EE or Vodafone I always seem to wait just an extra month or two only to see Giffgaff match the deals that are on in the marketplace which I feel very much looked after like Giffgaff are looking out for me to.

Free to stay or leave Giffgaff

Now seriously speaking can you think of any company that told you your free to stay with us or leave as and whenever you want no strings or complex exit clauses attached?? Seriously if you do please comment their name below because I and a whole bunch of folks are seriously interested.

This approach in their advertising message and customer experience throughout their business has set them apart from their competitors in a big and refreshing way. You won’t catch Vodafone or EE saying “yeah sure there’s the door just smile on the way out.” It’s more like how to keep you for another two years.

Giffgaff Free Credit Voucher

We have a free £5 or £10 (depending on promotion) credit voucher for you when you order your Giffgaff sim using the banner above or through one of our links, no voucher needed.
Giffgaff has a promotion where by when you first activate and top up your sim card you are credited with an additional bonus credit as like a sign up bonus for you to enjoy.  You just follow the super duper simple instructions on the Giffgaff site doesn’t take longer than 5 minutes to activate after that you should receive your credit voucher directly in your balance within 24 to 48 hours.

Giffgaff may not always be the cheapest for everything (generally they are) but there are some great reasons why we think Giffgaff’s pay as you go is the best option for you.
  • Giffgaff only charge you for data that you use, so giffgaff pay as you go fits with your needs to a tee.
  • Giffgaff’s smart and speedy online community provides help within 90 seconds on average. So, goodbye frustrating call centre queues, hello rapid replies.
  • You can use your credit to call and text in the UK and internationally, or use it to buy a monthly bundle.
  • They don’t tie you down, which is why all their phones come unlocked. And you can check out some of our phone prices below.

What is pay as you go?

It’s the term that folks use to talk about phone usage outside of a fixed contract. You pay for credit upfront then use it however you like. Avoid hefty bills at the end of the month by controlling what you spend. And our monthly plans work in a similar way, so they’re a great option to get better value for your money without the scary bills.

Giffgaff vs EE vs Vodafone vs Virgn Mobile Comparison Table

Below we have a price comparison of Giffgaff compared to other popular networks in the UK. I feel the best comparison table accurately to fix the amount of money you can save by changing over to Giffgaff. In some sections of the table depicts that you could be more than 50% better off if you switch mobile networks.

NetworkCallsTextsMobile Internet
giffgaffFree to giffgaff*
15p to other networks
Free to giffgaff*
5p to other networks
5p per MB
(2p per MB after inclusive data in goodybag has run out)
EE30p12pAvailable with Bundle
Vodafone35p14p£2 per day
(Fair use of 50MB/day)
*Calls to other giffgaff numbers are free when you top up or buy a monthly plan at least once every 3 months.

International call rates compared Giffgaff, Vodafone, EE, O2, Lebara, Lycamobile.

For some of us international calling rates can be very important we may have family living back at home in another country or Friends who are on holiday or have moved abroad for whatever reason even if it’s business or personal international calling calling rates may apply to you.
So below is a clear table that shows you what you will be paying on Giffgaff to call given country for example Spain, France, Germany, and so on and what you can expect to pay on other mobile phone networks for international calling.

Order a Free Giffgaff Sim For Yourself or Friends & Family

Get £10 free credit when you order a sim here for you or friends and family. No contracts
With your free giffgaff SIM you’re in control, choose a plan or top up as you go. Change each month as and when you like Giffgaff don’t tie you down. You’re free to leave when you want, but as they say “we’d love it if you stay”. Packed with data, minutes and texts, choose a plan that suits you and pay when you activate your SIM. Plans start from £5 a month to £20 a month. 

For a distinct  guide to goody bags and giga bags do continue to
read below to know the benefits and how to get your hands on one.

Giffgaff Goody Bags  & Top Up Deals Explained

This is a detailed section that will go through in depth each one of the Giffgaff Goodybag options. You can choose to change between the goodybags as you wish each month so for example if one month you know you will need to use a lot of data you can opt for a £20 goodybag with unlimited data, minutes and texts whilst normally you may only need the £10 goody bag with 4gb data (3gb +1gb extra).

A goody bag is similar to a bundle which contains a quota of UK minutes, texts and data for a per. Goody bags last for one month and can be used whilst you are in the UK, the EU and select additional countries with partnered roaming networks. Outside the defined EU areas of operation Giffgaff international charges will apply as listed in our tables in the review.
The plans include standard allowances, but you’ll need additional airtime credit if you want to:
  • Roam abroad outside the EU
  • Call international numbers
  • Call premium numbers
  • Send MMS (picture messages)
  • Use your phone without an active plan.

There is a distinct difference between goodybags and giga bags goody bags contain a mixture of data texts and minutes whereas gigabags are data only. They’re both last for a month at a time and have pricing options that start from £5 up to £20 further in this Giffgaff review we will decipher between them where are you would need which one and why.
Your goodybag allowance and your airtime balance are separate items. You can check your remaining goodybag minutes and expiry date by calling *100*7# from your giffgaff mobile or via My giffgaff or the giffgaff mobile app or by dialing 43430 then option 2.
If you use all of your goodybag minutes, texts or data before the goodybag’s expiry date, you will then be charged out of your airtime balance at the standard PAYG rate for calls and texts. Data will be charged at 2p per MB until the expiry date of your goodybag, after which you will be charged at the standard PAYG rate for data.
If you have less than 50 minutes of calls or 50MB of data remaining, you can instead decide to purchase another goodybag early before the expiry date of the current goodybag.

Giffgaff will actually prompt you to spend less with them based on your usage summary.

Now I don’t know about you but in my personal experience I have never come across a company that advises you to spend less with them, but Giffgaff does advise to spend less and choose a lower goody bag  based on your usage summary being lower than the current goodybag you’ve used over the last three months.
So for example if you have selected the £10 goodybag and you’ve only used 100 minutes and maybe one gigabyte of data and probably 10 text or SMS messages then giffgaff will like to recommend that you move down to the £7.50 goody bag and this has actually happened to me in past experience. Giffgaff has actually recommended that I select a lower priced goody bag that aligns with my actual usage summary from past months and that is incredibly first of all insightful and I feel like giffgaff or a company that are actually connected to me as a person and how I interact with the service that they provide me as opposed to the vast amounts of disconnect that you can almost always feel with other companies Giffgaff has got a very well sort thought out service and I feel I’m going to be the customer for life.
I can’t think of another way that a company can reach out to his customer base not only to connect and touch base with how everything is going. To actually look beyond the home profit margins and look out for what’s best for the customers pockets for my pockets for my spending here’s a real human touch that I have not found anywhere else.

Where To Buy a Giffgaff Sim Card?

Well now we have some fantastic news for you, you don’t need to buy a Giffgaff Sim you can just order one from the company directly here. Order a free Giifgaff sim card, why pay for it.
They usually take less than two days to deliver the giffgaff sim card if you need your sim card fast then ordering directly from giffgaff is definitely the best option because it saves you time from going out to a shop of store to buy a sim card it also saves you money because it’s free to order a sim card from here. One more bonus is that when you order from here you also get £10 of credit when activating your sim. Its so simple just go to the sim order page enter your address order up to 2 sims for yourself and another and activate them via the site when you get them.

Can I Buy a Giffgaff Sim Card in Shop or Store?

I was asked from someone who was looking for a giffgaff store in Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow or if I knew of a shop that stocked them. You would need to hope a local shop stocks Giffgaff Sim cards as mostly they don’t. Then you may also lose out on the £5 or £10 free credit that you get when activating if you buy from a local shop. I had an experience in the past when buying a sim from a shop that had already been used/activated. Better to order a Giffgaff Sim direct from Giffgaff’s website here sometimes it arrives the next day.

Giffgaff Store Near Me Locator

Giffgaff operates without physical stores, if you would like to order a sim/handset you can do so on their site here.

Do Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Lidl Sell Giffgaff Sim Cards?

Giffgaff primarily operates as an online only mobile network. Even if you did see sims in store why would you want to pay for one when you can get them 100% free normally next day or within days.
You can get a sim directly for totally free from their site here.

Europe Call, Text & Data Plan For Travellers

You can use the very cheap Giffgaff goodybag as normal in Europe. So if you choose to topup £20 and go for the unlimited plan that is exactly what you will be using in Europe.
For any calls texts and data outside of Europe please refer to the international rates table above in this article and remember you will need to use air time credit when roaming outside the EU.

Can I use Giffgaff in my country?

From my own research the type of mobile network, customer self service and community that Giffgaff isn’t available or hasn’t been accomplished in other countries within the EU. So this segment of the guide will focus on a country by country basis where I will also compare alternative networks in that country and prices so prepare for lots of tables.

Giffgaff compared to best mobile networks in France

Orange, SFR, Bouygues telecom, Free Mobile & le french mobile are the primary mobile networks in France some of them offer their monthly package deals based on 12 month commitments which is quite harsh compared to no commitments with Giffgaff. After reading the below table I am certain you will want to order your free giffgaff SIM to France.

Mobile OperatorPriceDataMinsSMS
Giffgaff£20 goodybag
(24€ approx)
Le French Mobile18.95€2gb100
SFR 35 100gb unlimited unlimited
Orange 34.99€ 30gb unlimited unlimited
Bouygues Telecom 24.99€ 50gb unlimited unlimited
Free Mobile 29.99€ 100gb unlimited unlimited

Giffgaff compared to best mobile networks in Germany.

So in Germany I looked at how the networks offerings stacked up against giffgaffs unlimited deal and we’ll you might as well order a Giffgaff SIM to Germany right now is the answer.
Giffgaff£20 goodybag
(24€ approx)
T-mobile germany79.99€unlimitedunlimitedunlimited 22.50€ 3.1gb unlimited unlimited

Giffgaff compared to best mobile networks in Ireland.

How could I not check our favorite Mobile Operator’s deals, I expected Ireland to have some great mobile payg sim only offerings but let’s see what actually came up in the comparison? I looked at how the networks offerings stacked up against Giffgaffs unlimited deal and we’ll you might as well order a Giffgaff SIM to Ireland right now is the answer.

Mobile OperatorPriceDataMinsSMS
Giffgaff£20 goodybag
(24€ approx)
EIR20€15 gbunlimitedunlimited
Vodafone Ireland 30€ 8 gb unlimited unlimited
Post Mobile ireland20€5gb250250

Giffgaff compared to best mobile networks in poland.

Poland has established a good relationship in with the UK, with hard work and  involvement, now I have a lot of friends from Poland so this mobile network comparison is for my friends which includes you. I looked at how the networks offerings stacked up against Giffgaffs unlimited deal, I also only selected telco networks with the only best  overage in Poland, they are  Orange, Play & Plus, giffgaff will utilise one them if required order a Giffgaff SIM to Ireland right now is the answer.
As a approximate benchmark PLN200 is around £42.
Mobile OperatorPriceDataMinsSMS
Giffgaff£20 goodybag
(24€ approx)
Orange PolandPLN200100 gbunlimitedunlimited
Play Poland PLN100 50 gb unlimited unlimited
Plus PolandPLN100100 gbUnlimitedUnlimited

Why SIM-only vs. contracts?

What is a SIM-only deal?

A SIM-only deal gives you an allowance of data, minutes and texts, all on one SIM card. You can change your plan each month. We don’t tie you down. You’re free to leave when you want, but we’d love it if you stay.
Our SIM-only plans are designed to give you the flexibility and freedom to change your plan month to month.

Why SIM-only vs contracts?

By George, two years is a long time. We think contracts are a little outdated like black and white movies. That’s why we have SIM-only deals, where you (our members) are in control of your mobile.
Our SIM-only plans are designed to give you the flexibility and freedom to change your plan month to month.
They offer you better value for money, then pay as you go rates with no hidden costs. Packed with UK data, minutes and texts to be used at your leisure. Our SIM-only plans are created for those who already have an unlocked phone and want to keep using it. Just pop a giffgaff SIM into your phone and away you go.

Which SIM size do I need?

There are three SIM sizes to choose from. Standard SIM, micro SIM and nano SIM. Most newer phones take a nano SIM, while the majority of older phones take a micro SIM. Some non-smartphones do still take a standard SIM though. Our awesomely-designed triple SIM means that it will fit any phone, whether you need a standard, micro or nano SIM.

Can I get a 4G SIM-only plan?

Absolutely. Giffgaffs new goodybags include 4G data as standard. Get in. Choose the goodybag with the best mix of UK data, minutes and texts to suit you. A 4G ready phone and coverage is required to access 4G data speeds.

Data speed restrictions and limits

Speed restrictions apply to rhe Always On data. After 20GB of data used you’ll experience a reduced data speed of 384kbps from 8am to Midnight. You may notice that activities which require high amounts of data, like HD video streaming, will be slower. Traffic Flow and Fair Usage while roaming applies. A 4G ready phone and coverage required to access 4G data speed.

How to do a giffgaff sim swap?

Damaged your SIM or got a new phone that requires a different size SIM then this sim swap guide is for you.