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How to Use Your Prepaid Mobile Data Plans in Singapore?

A lot of people in Singapore are starting to use prepaid mobile data plans. This is because it is much cheaper than signing up for a monthly contract plan. But, how do you know if the prepaid plan you are using has enough data for your needs?

This post will help teach you how to use your prepaid mobile data plans in Singapore and ensure that they have enough data for your needs. Check this site to know more about prepaid plans https://www.m1.com.sg/mobile/prepaid-plans.

 Daily and Weekly Mobile Data Plans

There are many prepaid mobile data plan options in Singapore, but a daily or weekly pass is the most common type. This means that you can only buy access for 24 hours, after which it will expire.

When getting daily or weekly passes, check if they expire when midnight hits or on the date mentioned in your contract. This is great because there is no need to worry if you purchase it near the end of your time! If it does not state an expiry time, then there should be no expiration time at all!

However, make sure that before purchasing one daily or weekly, you check how many minutes and messages are included within this plan. You don’t want any surprises when checking your bill at the end of each month, especially if they charge per minute/message.

Also, make sure that you have enough data for your needs. If you are not a heavy mobile user and only use it to check social media platforms every once in a while, 2000MB should be more than enough!

However, suppose you plan on using mobile apps, mainly social media platforms, consistently throughout the day (for communication purposes). In that case, you might need to look into getting a plan with more data plans like the monthly plans.

Monthly Mobile Data Plans

You can get passes every month too, where you can pay for a certain amount of data and have access to it until the end of that month. When getting monthly passes, check how many minutes and messages are included within this plan. You don’t want any surprises when checking your bill at the end of each month, especially if they charge per minute/message.

Also, make sure that you have enough data for your needs. If you are not a heavy mobile user and only use it to check Facebook or Twitter every once in a while, an estimate of between 5-12GB should be more than enough.

However, if you plan on using mobile apps such as WhatsApp consistently throughout the day (for communication purposes), then you might need to look into getting a plan with more MB. Such mobile data plans like a $12 all-in-1 sim suit the heavy mobile user perfectly. It provides 56GB (2GB/day), 1,000 Local SMS, Unlimited Incoming Calls Valid for four weeks, and 5,000 mins Outgoing Local Calls. This package should be more than enough.

If you are a heavy mobile user, it is ideal for getting one of these monthly plans where you pay an amount every month and have unlimited data with SMS/Minutes included. However, if your friends or family use the same number, make sure that there isn’t any confusion when sharing minutes (as each person cannot use up all the minutes).

Final Thoughts

There are many different prepaid mobile data plan options in Singapore, but these were just two examples. When getting mobile data plans, make sure that you look at the other contract plans and choose one that suits your lifestyle.


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