Global: Singapore’s StarHub offers soft SIM service to tourists

By June 12th, 2015 AT 4:04 PM

StarHub, Telecommunications Company based in Singapore has begun to offer pre-paid soft SIM service for the tourists visiting the country. The service is made possible via slimduet soft SIM platform.

Once activated from Changi airport, the tourist will get a $14 pre-paid package comprising of $18 talktime, SMS credit and 100GB local data for five days. Users can extend or add more voice and data by dialing a prescribed number.

The slimduet alliance was first initiated by Taisys Technologies and is available across Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, the US and the UK.  Most of these services are made possible with an alliance from a local operator of the place.

Slimduet soft SIM complies with the Government regulations and company is looking forward for more alliances from various countries.

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