StarHub unveils new SIM-only plans with ‘extra large’ data bundles

StarHub unveils new SIM-only plans with ‘extra large’ data bundles

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A man walks past the StarHub logo sign in Singapore. (Photo: AFP)

SINGAPORE: Local telco StarHub on Wednesday (Dec 5) announced three new SIM-only mobile plans which it said come with “extra large data bundles”.

The mid-tier S$50 SIM-only plan, for instance, offers customers 30GB of data a month, with free incoming calls and 300 minutes of local talktime.

Caller number display and international roaming – previously chargeable as add-on services - are included free of charge.

The first 10,000 customers to sign up will get an additional 10GB of data every month for a year as a “launch bonus”, said StarHub.

The plans are contract-free and customers are not bound by any minimum subscription period.

“The plans are devoid of hidden charges for customers to enjoy peace-of-mind,” said the telco. “In a market-first, StarHub is scrapping all one-time administrative, activation and SIM card fees, which add up to about S$200 over 12 months for a typical customer.”

Companies have been ramping up efforts to attract customers amid fierce competition in the local telecoms markets, with the impending launch of fourth telco TPG Telecom.

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Several mobile virtual network operators (MVNO) have also recently entered the market - Circles.Life, Zero Mobile, Zero 1 and MyRepublic.

StarHub said customers can sign up for its new SIM-only mobile plans from Thursday. The three plans will replace its existing list of five postpaid plans, the telco added.

To be eligible to get a phone at a discounted price, postpaid customers can choose to pay an additional S$25 every month for 24 months.

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(Image: StarHub)

Source: CNA/gs

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