Singtel launched today its new LVL UP plan for youths in conjunction with the opening of The PC Show 2017. The cost-friendly plan, offering almost SGD600 in savings over a 24-month contract, will be available to students and National Servicemen Full-time (NSFs) ages 26 and below.
A play on the gaming term “level up”, which means progress to the next level, LVL UP will feature free upgrades on Singtel’s Youth Combo plans and data add-ons.
Yuen Kuan Moon, Chief Executive Officer, Consumer Singapore, Singtel, said, “LVL UP is tailored to our youths’ connectivity needs and data consumption habits. With LVL UP, we are stretching their dollar and giving them great value on what matters to them – they can now enjoy their favourite on-the-go online activities without having to watch their data counter.”
Youths who sign up for an LVL UP Youth Combo 3 plan will automatically receive Combo 4 talk-time, data and SMS benefits and more. They will only have to pay SGD62.90 to enjoy 5GB of local data, 400 talk-time minutes, unlimited SMS, free Youth and Campus calls, and unlimited use of Singtel WiFi. They can even take their optional data add-on to the next level and receive DataX3 for the price of DataX2, to get up to 11GB of data every month.
Each LVL UP plan will also come with enhanced digital lifestyle experiences at great savings.
Singtel Music Spotify Premium account at SGD3.95 for the first 6 months and subsequently SGD7.90 on a 12-month contract.
One ticket to Ultra Singapore worth SGD300 (exclusive to sign-ups of LVL UP Combo 2 or Combo 3 and Singtel Music at The PC Show 2017).
LVL UP is available on Youth Combo 2 and Youth Combo 3 plans for new and re-contracting youth customers. Students aged 26 and below with a valid student pass, and NSFs with an 11B identity card, are eligible for LVL UP plans. They can sign up at The PC Show 2017, all Singtel Shops and Singtel Exclusive Retailers or via www.singtel.com/youth.
Singtel is Asia's leading communications and ICT solutions group, providing a portfolio of services from next-generation communication, technology services to infotainment to both consumers and businesses.
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