M1 unveils new postpaid plans as data war heats up


SINGAPORE: Area telco M1 carries on to ratchet up its initiatives to bring in data-hungry prospects, with the enlargement of its SIM-only plans to include handset subsidies.

In a press release on Thursday (Oct twelve), the telco claimed it will start a array of new mySIMe plans with handset subsidies, with the entry-amount tier starting off with 5GB data, one hundred minutes of voice calls and one hundred SMS/MMS for S$forty a month and heading up to unlimited data, talk time and SMS/MMS at S$118 for every month.

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The new two-12 months plans will be readily available for signal-up or re-agreement from Friday at any M1 Store, distributor, or on-line at www.m1.com.sg

A spokesperson claimed the handset subsidy available is dependent on the type of system and telephone. He extra that the telco will not throttle users’ cellular World wide web accessibility even if they exceed their month to month data cap. 

These hottest plans appear to goal comparable postpaid plans available by rivals StarHub and Singtel.

StarHub’s two-12 months M system will come with unlimited outgoing calls and nearby data cap of 5GB, as well as unlimited weekend data at S$88 for every month, whilst Singtel’s Combo three presents unlimited outgoing calls and SMS/MMS and 3GB nearby data at S$68.90.

M1’s hottest giving will come just months following it re-introduced unlimited data offers in August, whilst StarHub unveiled its plans giving unlimited nearby data on weekends. A month afterwards, Singtel introduced that prospects who signal up for selected plans can decide for an unlimited data insert-on at an excess demand. 



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