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  • After staying with M1 for more then 10years finally decided to transfer to another telco as M1 base plan @ $25 + $5 for caller id is expensive for my usage of 10gb/month. Decided to transfer to Gomo after using seedly sim-only comparison tool and signed up with Gomo on Wed. Simcard was delivered on Thursday and i also did a transfer of ownership on Thursday. Received sms that port-in was schedule on Sat 2am. Overall take around 4 days from signup till service port-in and activated. i was expecting the port-in to fail as i had just transfer the ownership of the phoneline to myself just a day before so was kinda surprise that it went thru. I'm expecting service/signal quality to be good compare to M1 as i travel to work on purple line. M1 reception is very bad in the purple line tunnel with frequent disconnection.
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  • GOMO is cheap, but the service is super poor. Don't go to apply for gomo anymore, otherwise your cancellation request is a nightmare. Two months, three different customer service promised to cancel subscripiton, but they just came to appease you, the money is monthly deducted, all are perfunctory.
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    Julie N Jenglot
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    I've been using GOMO for the past 7-8 months now and I've had no problems with it. The coverage by Singtel has been solid thus far, previously when I was under M1, I had issues with connectivity in the MRT but now I no longer encounter that. Also, for the cost of $20 per month, where I normally only use data and not really use the calling feature, it's been a great plan for me thus far. It really depends on the usage of each user.
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  • Amazing plan! Network connection is stable, and it provides me with more than enough data allowance (20GB). I also like that Caller ID is free, cuz it might not be so across all telcos. Sign up was easy, and delivery was free. Would definitely recommend this to friends.
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  • i have tried GOMO and GIGA while i was a current Circles.Life user. I did not mind paying $30/month for CL as it had quality roaming options. 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. Back to GOMO, i ended up settling with GIGA which cost $5 more per month just because of the app. I have to switch off wifi every single time, which was frustrating.
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  • Ported over from Singtel and it took a few hours (take note that porting from other Telcos will be longer up to 4 days) Upon delivery (2pm), used my existing SIM card until it was de-activated around 5pm. Switched SIM Cards then and it was activated around 10pm later (had to restart my phone, so perhaps it was earlier) Other than the downtime in between the porting, felt no difference (Network operator shows Singtel also) so everything is good :) Totally recommend for value & cost-effectiveness. ($20 per month is awesome!) I would say M1's $25 plan for 30GB is the next best thing as there are some flexible options for travellers but I personally don't need that extra data and I hardly travel :(
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  • I have use GOMO for 3 months now and I love it. The port in took less than a week. The plan is really simple, just 20 dollars for 20GB. If you need more then top up $10 for 10GB.
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  • Offers the best value for one's monies. Monthly 20GB data + 200 mins talktime + 200 SMSes for S$20.00 p/m; aptly and adequately. A happy Patron.
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Zen Rogue Xuan
Zen Rogue Xuan

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Answered 1w ago
I assume that you are porting over your number. Once you have inserted the sim, they will assign you a temporary number first which will expire once the number porting happens.

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jiajing wang

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Answered on 05 Jul 2019
You would have receive the sms indicating if it is a debit/credit card transaction based on how you assign it when u set it up

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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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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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jiajing wang

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Answered on 29 Jul 2019
Well I am Using GoMo and I think the offside is when you want travel, it is not worth to pump the value in for oversea data although you could get the Gomo oversea Sim card but still I don't think it is worth. Other than that, data speed is good but I don't monitor the speed and it is debited from your account to save you the hassleof paying bills..
About GOMO
OperationsGOMO uses the same Singtel 4G network which means GOMO subscribers enjoy the same mobile surfing speeds and network coverage as Singtel Mobile customers.
Contract LengthNo contract
Data RoamingNot available for now, however, you'll get a FREE GOMO Travel SIM worth $20 with every sign-up (for a limited time only!)

About GOMO

GOMO is a simple no-contract SIM only plan that is brought to you by the folks at Singtel.

For $20 a month (inclusive of GST), you will get

  • 20GB
  • 200 mins outgoing talk time
  • 200 outgoing SMSes

Best of all, caller ID and incoming calls are FREE. And there're no excess charges after you have fully utilised your plan bundle. Your plan is valid for 30 days and will be automatically renewed so you have a seamless experience!

Can I Port My Existing Number To GOMO Mobile?

Yes, you can. However, this is ONLY available for Singtel post-paid mobile customers.

All you have to do is:

1. Ensure that your existing number is a post-paid mobile line registered under your NRIC/FIN with your telco.

2. Check that your current post-paid mobile line has no outstanding contract, payments, or suspensions.

3. Head over to your nearest Singtel Shop or Singtel Exclusive Retailer and you'll be able to port your number over

What If I Am Using A Pre-Paid Number?

As long as you're using a Singtel prepaid number, simply head to any nearest Singtel Shop or Singtel Exclusive Retailer and you'll be able to switch over to a postpaid plan for FREE. Once you do that, you can sign up on gomo.sg.

If you are using a non-Singtel prepaid number, you won't be able to port your number over for now. If you wish to use GOMO, you can sign up for a new GOMO mobile number instead.

GOMO Travel Sim

GOMO Travel SIM is a prepaid, data-only SIM Card for travellers heading to Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, The Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.

Take note that this is a data-only SIM so no talktime/SMS are included.

For $20, you will get:

  • 3GB, 10 DAYS

Anybody can apply for it! All you have to do is:

  • Purchase anytime, anywhere
  • Register and activate online
  • Travel!