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I am keen to know the Privileges at Singtel, can someone care to share with me?

So I am completely uninformed about the Singtel-UOB Card and would appreciate some light to be shed on the card and its attractions especially as will benefit my Mobile experience.

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    They offer the MobileShare Supplementary Plan which allows you to share your bundled data, talk time and SMS with your loved ones and/or between multiple devices. When you sign up for a new MobileShare Supplementary Plan, you can enjoy first 12 months free subscription and 50% off thereafter – that's S$230 worth of savings. Existing MobileShare customers can also enjoy 50% off monthly MobileShare subscription. 24 months contract applies. Take advantage of the free 3G/4G/NFC SIM Card and registration worth up to S$48.15 at any Singtel Shop or Exclusive Retailer and the free registration of Add-Ons with Singtel Mobile and SingNet BroadBand with a Waiver of $10.70 administrative fee when you re-contract your Singtel mobile plan.

    2019.08.01 7:5

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