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Old 20-04-2019, 09:21 AM   #5821
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Currently i'm on mysim (e) 40 with m1 for my main work line.

For secondary line (personal use), i pay 12$ for mysim (s) to tap the main line data. The total usage per month is around 10-12gb for spotify and browsing mainly. Is it more worth to make this secondary line to gomo plan? Can get free caller id and faster speed with st. I feel m1 signal in my area a bit slow.
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Old 20-04-2019, 09:23 AM   #5822
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Singtel network will definitely give you a much needed speed bump. Go for GOMO if you are not using iMessage and are okay with no VoLTE and can put up with getting less than 30 days of validity for your 20GB for the first month. I myself use Combo XO (2018) which is similar in concept (data-wise) where data is around 1GB for 1 dollar, or 18GB for 18 dollars. Of course the XO has no free caller ID, but the perks of having add-ons are great for me.

Currently i'm on mysim (e) 40 with m1 for my main work line.

For secondary line (personal use), i pay 12$ for mysim (s) to tap the main line data. The total usage per month is around 10-12gb for spotify and browsing mainly. Is it more worth to make this secondary line to gomo plan? Can get free caller id and faster speed with st. I feel m1 signal in my area a bit slow.
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Old 20-04-2019, 10:44 AM   #5823
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Currently i'm on mysim (e) 40 with m1 for my main work line.

For secondary line (personal use), i pay 12$ for mysim (s) to tap the main line data. The total usage per month is around 10-12gb for spotify and browsing mainly. Is it more worth to make this secondary line to gomo plan? Can get free caller id and faster speed with st. I feel m1 signal in my area a bit slow.
You can convert your mysim (S) to mysim 3 20 plan to get 15GB data. Additional 5GB if you are safra member, making total 20GB. Personal line I would suggest not going gomo as there are no roaming, no iMessage activation (if you use apple smartphone), no volte, you will be charged $20 per 30days.
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Old 20-04-2019, 11:01 AM   #5824
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Gomo is a prepaid service number. If you wanna port over to other telco from Gomo, its a hassle.

I'm using m1 mysim and its pretty slow in my office building. Signed a new line with Gomo and it's a big difference. It's noticeably faster in my office and other areas. If you don't mind extra $8 per month and the disadvantages, Gomo is a good value plan for strictly local use.

Currently i'm on mysim (e) 40 with m1 for my main work line.

For secondary line (personal use), i pay 12$ for mysim (s) to tap the main line data. The total usage per month is around 10-12gb for spotify and browsing mainly. Is it more worth to make this secondary line to gomo plan? Can get free caller id and faster speed with st. I feel m1 signal in my area a bit slow.
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Old 20-04-2019, 12:21 PM   #5825
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Gomo is a prepaid service number. If you wanna port over to other telco from Gomo, its a hassle.

I'm using m1 mysim and its pretty slow in my office building. Signed a new line with Gomo and it's a big difference. It's noticeably faster in my office and other areas. If you don't mind extra $8 per month and the disadvantages, Gomo is a good value plan for strictly local use.
Hi All, thanks for your reply. I'm considering to port to singtel sim only plan actually (the one with 15gb of data). Although not really value for money considering the amount of data, but at least it won't lost any feature like gomo. And my usage is way within 15gb data limit.

Will there any free caller id for 12 month sim only? I cannot find this on their website, seems like have to pay 5$ for cid. Thanks
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Old 20-04-2019, 03:30 PM   #5826
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If you port over, yes.

Hi All, thanks for your reply. I'm considering to port to singtel sim only plan actually (the one with 15gb of data). Although not really value for money considering the amount of data, but at least it won't lost any feature like gomo. And my usage is way within 15gb data limit.

Will there any free caller id for 12 month sim only? I cannot find this on their website, seems like have to pay 5$ for cid. Thanks
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Old 20-04-2019, 03:34 PM   #5827
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Gomo is a prepaid service number. If you wanna port over to other telco from Gomo, its a hassle.

I'm using m1 mysim and its pretty slow in my office building. Signed a new line with Gomo and it's a big difference. It's noticeably faster in my office and other areas. If you don't mind extra $8 per month and the disadvantages, Gomo is a good value plan for strictly local use.
What? If u port ur number to gomo, u cant port out anymore? Cos its prepaid service?
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Old 20-04-2019, 03:36 PM   #5828
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Hi All, thanks for your reply. I'm considering to port to singtel sim only plan actually (the one with 15gb of data). Although not really value for money considering the amount of data, but at least it won't lost any feature like gomo. And my usage is way within 15gb data limit.

Will there any free caller id for 12 month sim only? I cannot find this on their website, seems like have to pay 5$ for cid. Thanks
I believe sinktel's sim only play all along bo caller id. Mine sim plan need to add caller id for $5+
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Old 20-04-2019, 06:32 PM   #5829
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If you port over, yes.
Think no more already.

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Old 20-04-2019, 07:06 PM   #5830
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For StarHub free 80gb weekends, after hitting the 10gb/weekend day, does it get limited to 1mbps for the rest of the day, or can we choose to continue to have 4g speed, deducted from our data bundle?
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Old 20-04-2019, 09:23 PM   #5831
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For StarHub free 80gb weekends, after hitting the 10gb/weekend day, does it get limited to 1mbps for the rest of the day, or can we choose to continue to have 4g speed, deducted from our data bundle?
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Old 20-04-2019, 10:51 PM   #5832
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Just wait lor hope singtel under pressure to give freee caller I’d
Lol

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Old 21-04-2019, 01:09 AM   #5833
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M1 mysim20 have cis discount?
With or without contract?
How about cis discount with safra promo
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Old 21-04-2019, 07:56 AM   #5834
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M1 mysim20 have cis discount?
With or without contract?
How about cis discount with safra promo
no cis applicable.
it comes with either no contract and 12 months. the no contract does not include caller id if not wrong.
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Old 21-04-2019, 08:45 AM   #5835
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Just wait lor hope singtel under pressure to give freee caller Id
Lol
Port in 12-months contract comes with free CID.
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