Apart from Korea and Japan, Taiwan is another favourite holiday destination for Singaporeans. Although you cannot purchase a Taiwan prepaid data SIM card (unlimited data) online prior to arrival, you can easily purchase a minimum 3-day package at the Airport for NT$300 (approximately
If you are travelling to South Korea for more than 2 days, you can consider purchasing a Korea prepaid data SIM card (1GB data) that is valid for 30 days, for 25,500 KRW (approximately S$32) instead of paying about S$18-22 daily to the local telcos (using StarHub as an example) for un
If you are planning to spend more than 3 days in Japan, you can consider purchasing a Japan prepaid data SIM card (either 1GB data or unlimited data with speed restriction, that is valid for 14 days) for 4,310 yen (approximately S$50) instead of paying about S$18-22 daily to the local
The Singapore mobile plan comparison tables have been updated for 2010. Whether you are a regular mobile phone user, iPhone lover, student, NSF, or visitor to Singapore, the following tables will help you to zoom in on the most appropriate and value-for-money mobile phone plan!
If you are planning to get a Prepaid SIM card in Singapore, the following side-by-side comparison of GREEN Prepaid Card (StarHub), Prepaid Mobile hi!Card (SingTel) and M Card Prepaid (M1) for customers with minimal usage requirement, will aid you in making a better decision.
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