Powered by O2’s network, giffgaff provides a unique approach to the UK’s mobile market with its wide range of SIM only plans or as they call it ‘goodybags’. These ‘goodybag’ plans aim to satisfy all customers; from the ones who are looking for a low-cost option to data hungry users. Thanks to O2’s network, giffgaff users get excellent 4G coverage with decent download and upload speeds.
What are giffgaff goodybags?
A goodybag is giffgaff’s special bundle, which contains UK minutes, texts and data. All goodybags last for 1 calendar month and can be used while you’re in the UK, the EU and selected countries.
Which network does giffgaff use?
giffgaff is a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) powered by O2’s British network. Owned by Telefónica (also O2’s owners), giffgaff was launched on 25 November 2009.
Does giffgaff have 5G?
At the time of writing, no. Currently giffgaff doesn’t offer any 5G services, but it’s coming. The network officially announced that they’ll support 5G. They are having trials at the moment, but these trials are invite-only.