M1’s new mySIMe plans offer big data bundles with handset subsidies

M1 Limited (M1) expands its data-centric mySIM plans with handset subsidies. The new mySIMe plans meet consumers’ growing data needs for social networking and video and music streaming services on the move, which they can now enjoy with a subsidised handset.

The four plans start from the mySIMe 40 with 5GB data, 100 minutes of voice calls and 100 SMS for S$40 a month, to the mySIMe 118 which offers unlimited data, voice calls and SMS, for S$118.

M1 has also enhanced its offerings with the introduction of the mySIMs share plan. mySIMs will enable mySIM3 and mySIMe customers to share their plan bundles with up to two other mySIMs lines. mySIMs is not available for unlimited plans.

mySIMe and mySIMs  customers will also be able to use their local data bundles across 56 destinations worldwide from S$10 a month, with M1 Data Passport.

“Our SIM-only mySIM plans have proven to be popular with our customers. We are now giving them the option to get their favourite smartphone or tablet at a more affordable price with the mySIMe plans,” said Mr P. Subramaniam, Chief Marketing Officer, M1.

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The new two-year mySIMe plans will be available for sign-up or re-contract from 13 October 2017 at any M1 Shop, distributor, or online at




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