QANTAS OFFERS FREE VODAFONE SIM CARD TO STUDENTS STUDYING IN AUSTRALIA

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Thursday September 20, 2018 13:37
Bangkok--20 Sep--On 3 Communication
Qantas Airways is providing free Vodafone sim cards to students from Thailand on 'student visa' who will travel to study in Australia upon a purchase of Qantas air tickets until December 31, 2018.
The Vodafone sim card is worth A$30 and it works on all phones, tablets and modems. Students may activate their sim card at any Vodafone outlets upon arrival in Australia.

To qualify, tickets must be purchased at the Qantas office on the 21st Floor, Charn Issara Tower I, 942/162 Suriwongse Road, Bangkok, phone number 02 632 6611. Office hours is from 0900hrs-1700hrs, Monday to Friday. Availability of Vodafone sim cards is limited.

Presently, Qantas operates daily direct flights Bangkok-Sydney-Bangkok on Airbus A330. From Sydney, passengers can connect to domestic flights, New Zealand and other international destinations. More information on products and services click qantas.com.


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