Singtel has announced that it will be offering 5G as part of its prepaid and GOMO plans in celebration of National Day. Having recently surpassed 95% nationwide 5G coverage and effectively making Singapore the first country in the world to be fully covered by standalone 5G, Singtel is extending its 5G plans to include more customers who can enjoy the unparalleled speed, greater connectivity, and ultra-low latency that 5G brings.

Singtel is the only telco in Singapore to offer 5G plans for both prepaid and postpaid customers. The new Singtel 5G plans cater to the lifestyle needs of these customers who are heavy data users, reliant on their mobile phones as the primary source of communication and entertainment.

To celebrate National Day, customers who sign up for the new Singtel Prepaid and GOMO 5G plans in August will enjoy S$57 off the Xiaomi Redmi 10 5G handset (U.P S$299). This offer is valid while stocks last. 

Singtel has the fastest and most extensive 5G network in Singapore, delivering 5G speeds of up to 1.2Gbps, and spanning more than 1,300 outdoor locations, over 400 buildings as well as underground.  

Unlocking faster connectivity and more entertainment options for prepaid customers

Singtel’s prepaid customers comprise mainly the migrant community who rely on their mobile phones to stay entertained and connected with their families back home. As part of the National Day celebrations and to cater to the needs of these users, Singtel is offering a new Prepaid 5G Ultimate Plan which comes with 150GB of 5G data, 5,000 minutes of talk time, 500 local SMS and up to 2,000 IDD minutes at S$40. They will also enjoy complimentary access to selected entertainment channels on CAST.

Customers can sign up via Singtel’s hi!App, Singtel Shops or authorised prepaid retailers. The first 10,000 customers who sign up will enjoy free data on popular social media apps. Subscribers will be automatically connected to Singtel’s 5G network within minutes upon successful sign up

Mark Ko

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