New service! SIM2Fly yearly package for worldwide travel with 15GB of full speed data Any unused data can be resumed for further trips With over 70 countries covered

Information Technology Press Releases Wednesday February 6, 2019 17:08
กรุงเทพฯ--6 ก.พ.--AIS

AIS, the leading data roaming service provider, now meets the needs of all travellers during their stays overseas with the SIM2Fly Data Roaming SIM service. Already the most popular SIM data roaming service for travellers, it offers more value for money at a cheaper price. According to a recent study of consumer behaviour on the use of roaming, some subscribers travelling abroad with registered SIM cards and internet package failed to use all internet credit before the expiry of the package validity date while other customers forgot to top up the amount to extend the lifespan of the sim.

AIS has therefore launched its new "SIM2Fly yearly package", the first and only operator in Thailand to provide this service. The SIM2Fly is designed for frequent travellers to enjoy 15GB of speed data throughout the year for just 2,799 baht. It is available in over 70 countries worldwide and any unused data from the package can be used for subsequent trips throughout the year. Travellers thus no longer need to worry and can enjoy the convenience of roaming without needing to top up the credit to maintain the lifespan of the sim.

If customers use up the package before the sim validity expires, they can subscribe to any of the on-top packages, adding more data and validity days for their trips at the lowest prices.
  • 299 baht package for non-stop data roaming with a max speed of 4GB for 8 days. It is available in 18 countries in Asia and in Australia.
  • 799 baht package for non-stop data roaming with a max speed of 4GB for 15 days, which is available in over 70 countries.
  • 2,699 baht package for 15GB data roaming for 1 year (validity is counted from day package is purchased. It is available in over 70 countries.

In addition, subscribers can change the SIM2Fly to eSIM for use via iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Customers can contact staff at 157 AIS shops nationwide (except branches at Suvaranbhumi Airport and Don Mueang International Airport). AIS makes travelling overseas easier by enabling customers to use the eSIM in parallel with the main sim without concern on a lost sim card or the need to remove the main sim.

Customers from any mobile network can simply buy a SIM2Fly package from AIS shops nationwide and at the AIS Online Store.
For more information, visit or AIS Call Center Tel. 1175

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