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  • I like how the app is very user friendly with a very clean interface which allows for easy navigation. The fact that it provides a $10 rebate if you port over also adds value. With regards to the connection, being from Singtel previously I feel that the connection can be improved, certain areas tend to have weak signals (I would say 10-15% of the time) not a very huge impact but I guess Singtel has a better infrastructure in place. But in terms of overall value, I think it has more value, flexibility and competitive pricing.
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  • It's great cause I'm a NSF now so the unlimited data is damn shiok. Reception in certain areas are limited tho. Notably whenever I take the train from Kallang to Eunos, reception suddenly dips and everything loads really slowly.
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  • Pros: Lots of data for a really low price with the Corporate Scheme. On boarding was simple, got my Sim very quick. Cons: Noticed some smudgy data reception at certain points on the NEL (purple line) and at Paya Lebar Quarter.
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  • Onboarding and transition: Process was straightforward and easy, I didn’t really have to do much as the SIM card was delivered straight to your doorstep. No issues when transitioning to Circles from my previous provider. Quality: Quality and speed of the data is surprisingly decent, even when you’re underground in the train. There are times when I still had data connection when my friends, who are with larger providers did not even have access! App interface: Visual dashboard which allows you to view everything at a glance. You add on what you need(roaming, data etc), and it comes into effect rather quickly. I really appreciate the lifestyle section as well which shows you upcoming activities/ concerts, if you need inspiration on what to do for the weekends. 2 years with circles now.. no major complaints really, and they reward customers with data on your birthdays, anniversary with circles etc.. which is nice. What’s more, they are the first to disrupt the industry which I really support :)
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  • It has been a great experience so far after switching away from Singtel (Customer Service was bad, response time was bad and I could not even understand the customer service officer) Except for the poor coverage network while on the tunnels, it has been a great experience so far (as compared to Singtel)
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  • Strengths: It has aaaaalllloottttt of data! Like now i am having 46GB paying at $43/mth. This amount of unlimited data allowed me to use my own Hotspot everywhere i go. Now I don't bother if that place has free wifi. The main reason is i can work anywhere. With my personal hotspot and all this data, i cld almost work anywhere any place as long as it is in SG. Sometimes, when urgent matters happens, i can share my data with friends when doing research for projects and family members during our outings. The network is actually quite stable and strong. The customer service via email is actually better than Singtel or M1 - like if you tried before you will know how annoying it is to keep pressing menu buttons and listened until you are lost. As busy people, i personally think circles has helped us alot. The app is easy to use. I didnt spend alot when i travelled to Malaysia. The roaming was within my limits (of course you have to off data roaming if it is not needed) I have been an ex-Singtel and M1 user. And these are the benefits i saw after switching over since 3 years ago. Now you can find out whats happening around in SG in the app itself - buy tickets too. Including latest movies. Weakness: Underground in Mrt, certain stations you may not have strong network. ( If you have to compare with Singtel) but if you are not so fussy abt it, it actually is not a big issue. In certain periods there might be network lost, but is usually (from my own observation) 3am period. If I can also use my existing data for roaming while overseas that will be great.. like top up a small amount for this additional function whenever in travel.
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  • I did not mind paying $30/month for CL as it had quality roaming options, vs the newer zero1, gomo, giga. Also it had a loyalty bonus, but sadly what made me left was that they discontinued it and thus i can't justify paying more (than GOMO or GIGA) for the lesser data. Once GIGA or GOMO haver better roaming, CL will definitely have no edge.
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  • For now I'm happy with the service. Recommended For now I'm happy with the service. Recommended For now I'm happy with the service. Recommended For now I'm happy with the service. Recommended
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Kenneth Lou
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Oh I take the NEL every weekend and I'm on circles life. It does get drop at stretches between Potong Pasir to Dhoby gaught for me... But for work wise, I take the Circle Line CCL everyday and the BIG BIG problem is at Buona Vista MRT. I will just stone there every morning when the data gets cut off. But I guess in some sense, that is also good, I will look up and enjoy life a little more rather than scroll my facebook or IG. haha. Previously when I was on Singtel's network, it was definitely way smoother... and thus, I may be looking to switch back to GOMO... using this tool which we created, finding that it was something that suited me better: https://seedly.sg/compare/sim-only-mobile-plans

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Comparing cost to data, Gomo seems better deal. The only thing we won't know yet is how's the network coverage and connections speed. Hope it doesn't sucks like TPG (all underground area no data!)

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Kenneth Kwek
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Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 16 Apr 2019
For new signups, either, both competitive. If you are with circles life, then gomo as circles life only offer competitive offerings for new signups

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Junus Eu
Junus Eu
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Level 8. Wizard
Answered on 04 Apr 2019
Have been a long time user of Circles - personally don't get that issue!

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Yixiong Chang
Yixiong Chang
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Level 5. Genius
Updated on 16 Mar 2019
Circlelife is using M1's infrastructure. Walls do block the signal, if his home is situated 'inside' a cluster of other buildings, or his room is not with window. Or sway sway that his spot is at the interference spot. There are actually signals booster inside commercial buildings that's why we are still able to get 4g inside shopping mall or office buildings. Download those apps where u can do speed test/signal strength check. I use Open Signal. It can do speed test, check signal coverage and even which cell tower u are connected to.
About Circles.Life
OperationsMobile Virtual Network Operator riding on the M1 Network, started in 2016
Bundles AvailableSIM Only Plans (no-contract)
Contract LengthNo Contract or 24-months phone instalment plan
Data RoamingNot Available

About Circles.Life

Circles.Life is the fourth telco in Singapore.

They also happen to be the region's first fully digital telco, with mainly no-contract mobile plans.

Circles.Life believe in providing the most innovative, data-focused mobile packages and an unparalleled customer experience.

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