Comparison of SIM only plans

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MikeDirnt78

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Weird, my deadline put 30th sep.

Worth it for the first 12 months only, after that it'll just be 3gb, no free calls/sms/called id.

Sign up now if you think there is no better deal in the next 12 months.

If you sign up, enjoy the good deal in the next 12 months.

After 12 months, you are free to switch.
 

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I don’t know but received an email about the above plan. $20 for 1000mins talktime, 20gb data and 500 sms with CID free for 12 months. First the deadline was 26 sep now it’s 17 sep.

Is it worth getting the above plan?

I have also received this email. Deadline is 30 Sep.

I have tried to recontract to this plan for the 2nd time, now waiting for reply. My current SIM-only contract is ending next month.
 

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I renewed my SIM only with 3 months of contract remaining.

I am getting the free CID.

Was paying $25 for little data. Now paying $20 for much more data.

That's why this is a no brainer plan for me.

I'm now paying $20 for 7GB, 150 mins and 500 SMS plus another $5 for caller ID.

The recontract offer is $20 for 20GB, 1000 mins, 500 SMS and free caller ID.

This recontract plan is very good deal.
 

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I'm now paying $20 for 7GB, 150 mins and 500 SMS plus another $5 for caller ID.

The recontract offer is $20 for 20GB, 1000 mins, 500 SMS and free caller ID.

This recontract plan is very good deal.

Surely.its one of the best plan available. Sign & use first. $20 to $25 range with 15GB to 20GB is likely to be the new norm.
 

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Did m1 sneakily remove free caller ID and free unlimited weekend data? Those 2 are chargeable at $5 and $6 respectively now.
 

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Did m1 sneakily remove free caller ID and free unlimited weekend data? Those 2 are chargeable at $5 and $6 respectively now.

Yes for M1 sim-only plan... They only gave free 3 months for recontract but give free 6 mths for new sign ups... Haiz. No more NTUC plus, CIS plans, etc liao.
 

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That is ultimate. Recontracting customers better take note because they will be charged CID immediately.

Yes for M1 sim-only plan... They only gave free 3 months for recontract but give free 6 mths for new sign ups... Haiz. No more NTUC plus, CIS plans, etc liao.
 

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That is ultimate. Recontracting customers better take note because they will be charged CID immediately.

Sorry, my bad. New sign ups given free 3mths CID. Port over given free 6 mths CID. They really bochup recontracting customers.
 

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Yes for M1 sim-only plan... They only gave free 3 months for recontract but give free 6 mths for new sign ups... Haiz. No more NTUC plus, CIS plans, etc liao.
Bad move. Now thinking to jump ship. But to where? Haha like where also same.

Sent from a mobile phone using GAGT
 

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Not really true... For existing customer who's already having free cid or previously sign up free unlimited weekend. It will continue until end of the preexisting offer.
Only those existing customers who have nothing will continue to have nothing.

Sorry, my bad. New sign ups given free 3mths CID. Port over given free 6 mths CID. They really bochup recontracting customers.
 

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Not really true... For existing customer who's already having free cid or previously sign up free unlimited weekend. It will continue until end of the preexisting offer.
Only those existing customers who have nothing will continue to have nothing.

My mum's plan is under NTUC but the extra gb under perks disappear after contract ended.
 

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Really shooting yourself in the foot with a single SIM phone. At least iPhone can use esim and normal sim concurrently. google pixel phone can't use both simultaneously....

Why are you so hard up with having more than 1 SIM?

Not everyone likes having multiple SIM.
 

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Maybe your contact has already ended? I got on the ntuc promotion last year end, made the switch to one plan in may this year, still can see 31gb

My mum's plan is under NTUC but the extra gb under perks disappear after contract ended.
 

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Maybe your contact has already ended? I got on the ntuc promotion last year end, made the switch to one plan in may this year, still can see 31gb

Yes, i recontracted after it expired. My mum saw in her M1 app that the extra 1gb has disappeared.
 

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Why are you so hard up with having more than 1 SIM?

Not everyone likes having multiple SIM.

With only 1 sim you have to force yourself into a one size fits all plan.

Having 2 gives you freedom to choose and flexibility.

Also according to government statistics
https://data.gov.sg/dataset/mobile-...ource_id=26e9766b-a42d-468c-9c25-88d89b850823
The majority of people have multiple mobile plans. Its more unusual to just have one line. Personally most of the people I know also have 2 mobile lines.
 
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