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I've been with Circles.Life for a couple of months, and I'm happy to say that I'm pleased so far. The plan is very affordable for $28, and if you require any add-ons, you can do so with the CirclesCare app. The CirclesCare app is sleek and easy to maneuver around. One of the common complaints of Circles.Life is that its network connection can become weak when your MRT goes underground, however I've not experienced this before. Personally, one of the greatest virtue of Circles.Life is how the company always has the welfare of the public at heart. Not only is it constantly having promotions to attract potential new users to join, it is also coming up with more activities and deals for existing users too. This is something that I really appreciate of Circles.Life.
Just switched to Singtel from M1 to buy the Google Pixel 2 XL. Overall, the data and call features work. I stay in the West, so M1 had pretty bad reception, but now Singtel just works (nothing fancy) I feel their support, communication and transparency can be much better. Previously, I signed up the Singtel Spotify plan thing to link Spotify with Singtel and it took them 2 months to set it up. Called them and went down to the shop several times, but didn't manage to get a clear answer. Also, apparently under the Singtel-Spotify plan, we get to stream songs without consuming data, but even this is not communicated well. How do I know *for sure* my data is not being consumed? Where can I check this?
Been using M1 since forever. I am on the multisaver plan, where you get savings when you use their broadband + mobile lines. Their customer service is one of the best around and very friendly staff. Recently went to recontract and the staff informed me of the NTUC member promo which gives 10% off mobile bill, extra 1gb, roaming and free caller ID!! SIgned up their mySIM Plan and after discount only $18 a month! very cheap!
Just received my Zero1 SIM card a week ago. Free wavier of call ID, registration, new SIM card and caller ID. Plan consists of: 200 mins talk, 200 SMS, First 3GB at full network speed. Unlimited data at managed speeds. Yet to exceed 3GB, so unable to comment further. Experience thus far as follows: 1. Short notice for delivery, only inform one day before actual day of delivery, with option to reschedule. 2. A bit late - quoted deliver between 0900 - 1300 hours. Reached around 1320 hours. They do call prior to the time to inform. May be due to ☔ day, thus forgiven. Safety more important. 😁 3. First few hours the SMS was not wrongly properly. It is fine there after. 4. Great voice quality. 5. Data so far so good. Notice a slight delay is sending whatsapp messages. Approximately 5 - 10 seconds. So no big deal. I like it very much at this moment. Value for 💰 too, only $19.90 Will definitely cancel my STel upon maturity of contract and if zero1 continues to serve me well. Currently pay $60 per month for STEL. Yearly cost: zero1 = $240 STEL = $720 Savings = $480 (can go JB , Batam, pints) 😁😁😁
I had been a StarHub subscriber since 2003 and the true value for me had been the savings from having the full suite of services available. I had been a HubClub member since it started and most of the time a Platinum Club member. The savings I get from these are pretty significant in the range of $20-30 each month. Besides that HubClub allows me to recontract annually on one of my plans which allowed me to buy a new iPhone every time it is launched and make money selling the old one (the 2nd price is more than the recontract price I have to pay). This is even more savings for me. So I wouldn't say the reception is excellent, and there are a couple of blindspots along certain expressways but they dont really give me too much heartpain considering the savings i get over the years and just that few times when the poor reception bothers me.
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