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giga Data Roaming pass at $5 for 1GB valid for 5 days in 14 APAC destinations

Posted By: gigaexperience

Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2019

Price: $5.00

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giga, the fully Digital Mobile Service Provider offers a SIM-Only Contract Free plan all through the giga app. There is no need to visit or queue up in a store

- $25 for 25GB data, 1000 mins talk-time & 1000 SMSes. No excess charges
- Free caller ID & incoming calls. No registration fees
- Unused data can be rolled over to the following month, capped at 25GB
- Data Roaming pass at $5 for 1GB valid for 5 days in 14 APAC destinations
- Sim card delivered in 24 hours to your preferred address with 4 timeslots to choose from. Get notified and track your delivery in the giga app.
- ID verification completed in the app with Passport/FIN/ NRIC

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