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Singtel's new 20GB for S$20/month GOMO plan is the best value SIM-only plan in Singapore

By James Lu - on 7 Apr 2019, 11:52am

Singtel's new 20GB for S$20/month GOMO plan is the best value SIM-only plan in Singapore

Note: This article was first published on 30th March 2019.

Singtel has announced a new no-contract, SIM-only mobile plan called GOMO - which stands for Get Out More Often.

The GOMO plan includes 20GB data, 200 minutes talk time, 200 SMS and free Caller ID for just S$20/month.

The all-digital plan also includes 24/7 live chat customer service, and exclusive dining offers, such as 1-for-1 discounts at selected restaurants and cafes. According to Singtel, these rewards will soon expand to include ride-hailing, entertainment events and activities, and travel-related promotions.

There are no excess data charges after you fully utilize the plan bundle. GOMO customers can then choose to top up S$10 for an extra 10GB data, 100 mins, and 100SMSes which will be valid for another 30 days.

GOMO is our call to customers to Get Out More Often whenever and wherever they want, be it through using data on-the-go or enjoying exclusive perks as they eat, play and travel. It’s all about giving our customers value, convenience, freedom, simplicity in usage and a truly digital experience. We look forward to introducing even more exciting features and enhancements to the GOMO family. - Mr Yuen Kuan Moon, CEO of Consumer Singapore at Singtel.

To celebrate the launch of GOMO, customers who sign up for a GOMO Mobile SIM before 30th April 2019 will receive a free GOMO Travel SIM worth S$20. The multi-destination GOMO Travel SIM provides 3GB of data for 10 days across eight popular destinations – Australia, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines.

The GOMO plan can only be purchased at and will not be available in Singtel stores.

Read Next: How does GOMO Mobile stack up to all the other no-contract, SIM-only plans?

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