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Old 06-12-2019, 12:43 PM   #9346
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Best compared to what? Now an average android phone will have a 4000-5000+ mAh battery. I can charge my phone every 2-3 days. For light users like my parents they can charge their phone once a week or longer. I doubt many iPhone users battery can last longer then 2 days.
You should update yourself with more knowledge and educate yourself before bashing.

We don’t have to compare a lot of models. Just compare Note10+ with iPhone 11 Pro Max before commenting and also for your own knowledge.

Anyway, don’t need to sidetrack. Just stick to the topic on SIM Only plans.
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So many mobile telecommunications device experts in here.
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Old 06-12-2019, 12:50 PM   #9348
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You should update yourself with more knowledge and educate yourself before bashing.

We don’t have to compare a lot of models. Just compare Note10+ with iPhone 11 Pro Max before commenting and also for your own knowledge.

Anyway, don’t need to sidetrack. Just stick to the topic on SIM Only plans.
Just to add on.

If you are emotionally attached to something, you will probably be biased with your opinions.

Actually it got sidetracked because someone mentioned his iPhone max drains battery quickly with M1.
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Old 06-12-2019, 02:11 PM   #9349
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M1 just launched a new pre-paid plan.
$25/mth, 30GB Data (1GB/day) 5000sms 5000mins outgoing, free incoming.
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Old 06-12-2019, 02:57 PM   #9350
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M1 just launched a new pre-paid plan.
$25/mth, 30GB Data (1GB/day) 5000sms 5000mins outgoing, free incoming.
Wah. But, Pre paid.

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Old 06-12-2019, 04:18 PM   #9351
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M1 just launched a new pre-paid plan.
$25/mth, 30GB Data (1GB/day) 5000sms 5000mins outgoing, free incoming.
So it got free Caller ID, just like GOMO right? And this is also qualified as a postpaid plan like Gomo in the sense that users can port in or port out to this new M1 plan, right?

(Do not go to that Prepaid / Postpaid discussion as the word is ambiguous).
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Old 06-12-2019, 04:30 PM   #9352
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So it got free Caller ID, just like GOMO right? And this is also qualified as a postpaid plan like Gomo in the sense that users can port in or port out to this new M1 plan, right?

(Do not go to that Prepaid / Postpaid discussion as the word is ambiguous).
No this M1 is a prepaid plan. Meaning you have to get a prepaid card, topup the card until enough value then buy the plan. After use finish this plan for a month, you have your choice to topup card and buy again or choose to go pay per use /other prepaid bundle plans. GOMO, giga etc are simply postpaids.
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M1 just launched a new pre-paid plan.
$25/mth, 30GB Data (1GB/day) 5000sms 5000mins outgoing, free incoming.
It's even cheaper is you choose to top-up $60 (for 3 months). So effectively is $20 per month. But there is a confusing part, why there is a part saying you top up $24 to get the same benefits of the $25? What does it means?
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Old 06-12-2019, 04:59 PM   #9354
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If you have TOP up before, you will get this deal. From the app it shows $24 for me.

It's even cheaper is you choose to top-up $60 (for 3 months). So effectively is $20 per month. But there is a confusing part, why there is a part saying you top up $24 to get the same benefits of the $25? What does it means?
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Old 06-12-2019, 05:01 PM   #9355
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M1 All-In-One Top Up Prepaid

$58 (90 Days Package)
1GB/Day (For 90 Days)
5000 mins outgoing every 30 days (3 cycles?)
5000 sms outgoing every 30 days (3 cycles?)
FREE Incoming calls/sms
VALID 90 Days

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Old 06-12-2019, 05:38 PM   #9356
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Arrow Opensignal award 2019

Singapore’s established telcos continue to increase 4G upload and download speeds



According to a survey carried out by Opensignal over a three month period from August to the end of October this year, subscribers to Singtel, Starhub and M1, three main telcos in Singapore will be happy that despite not having 5G yet, their service providers are working to improve their 4G experience.

Opensignal took some 71 million measurements from 54, 443 devices during the survey.

4G Availability metric
Opensignal uses 4G Availability as a bellwether for the mobile network experience because of 4G technology’s inherent speed, capacity, and latency advantages over 3G. The more time users spend connected to 4G, the better their overall experience is likely to be.

According to the report, in the last six months, M1 and StarHub users’ have broken through the 90% mark for 4G Availability joining Singtel, which was the first Singaporean operator to achieve this last time.

Video experience

Opensignal said that users on all three operators are enjoying an Excellent Video Experience, with scores of 78.2, 77.5 and 76.6 for M1, Singtel and StarHub respectively. Yet, for overall Video Experience, only users on M1 enjoyed an Excellent experience.

Latency Experience

The responsiveness of a network — or latency — is a critical measure that increases the feeling of speed in many online services. A network with moderate speed, but excellent latency, may offer its users a faster feeling web browsing experience than a rival with faster download speeds! For gamers in particular, latency or “ping time” is a measure which is often displayed in-game because it can make the difference not only between an enjoyable or frustrating online gaming experience but between winning and losing.


M1 won Opensignal’s Latency Experience award, with a latency of just 26.6ms, meaning M1 users see the most responsive mobile network experience, ahead of second-placed Singtel. Again, StarHub users have the slowest latency, but it has improved and for the first time joins its competitors with a latency of below the 30ms mark.
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Old 06-12-2019, 06:01 PM   #9357
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M1 just launched a new pre-paid plan.
$25/mth, 30GB Data (1GB/day) 5000sms 5000mins outgoing, free incoming.
ask them buck up their coverage first
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Old 06-12-2019, 06:02 PM   #9358
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what's the point of low latency and slow speed when so many blind spots and bad reception.. lol
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m1 plan can surfshare or not?
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Old 06-12-2019, 07:16 PM   #9360
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what's the point of low latency and slow speed when so many blind spots and bad reception.. lol
Depends on the locations you are most often at

For me, at home and at work both places where I spend majority of my time, both ok.

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