The battle for market share in the mobile market has now extended to the sub S$10 plan territory. Circles.Life, a prominent player in the industry, has recently launched an enticing campaign called “Freedom eSIM plan” specifically targeting users who are porting in from Singtel and Starhub. However, it’s important to note that M1, SIMBA, and other MVNOs are not eligible to take advantage of this exclusive offer.

The “Freedom eSIM plan” stands out as an eSIM-based offering, providing users with a generous 50 GB of data for just S$5 per month. While the plan’s details don’t specify call minutes, SMS allowances, or data roaming options, it seems to be primarily focused on catering to the needs of users who simply want to retain their existing numbers and a data line without any additional frills.

This plan seems perfect for those who wish to “park” their numbers, prioritizing data usage while keeping their communication channels open. While the plan’s features beyond data may be subject to further details, the affordability and substantial data allowance make it an attractive option for users seeking a budget-friendly data-centric plan.

With its focus on affordability and data-centric usage, this plan aims to capture the attention of users who value flexibility and want to maintain their numbers without breaking the bank.

By Harry