The telco also launched three new 4G broadband plans.
Singapore telco M1 Limited announced the availability of two new regional data passports for business and recreational travellers.
M1's ASEAN Data Passport, which is available for $25 per month, will enable customers to use their local data bundle in nine ASEAN destinations including Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam. The offer also comes with a $50 per month Asia Data Passport, which covers customers’ data roaming needs across 22 popular Asian tourist and business destinations, including China, Hong Kong, Japan, India, Nepal, Saudi Arabia, and South Korea.
M1 chief marketing officer P. Subramaniam said for customers can boost their data bundles with Upsized Data, with bundles available from $5.90 for up to 12GB, and $17.70 for up to 36GB more data.
“Many of our customers already use our M1 Data Passport during their regular trips across the region for work and recreational purposes. With the launch of our two new Data Passport offerings, these customers will enjoy even better value and convenience on Singapore’s best data roaming service,” he noted.
Meanwhile, M1 also launched three new 4G mobile broadband plans: 1GB of local data at $10.70, up to 23GB of local data for $68.60. With these plans, customers can also choose to purchase subsidised devices on a two-year contract.
“With our refreshed 4G mobile broadband plans, enhanced with Upsized Data bundles, our customers will enjoy the best network experience and the greatest flexibility in selecting the bundle that best meets their data needs,” Subramaniam said.
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