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For prepaid, the data deals are way better for new customers with AIS..problem was I have been there five years and don't want a new number..4 Mbps, 32 GB and 32 GB of AIS Play (might be useless).  100 THB for thirty days.  Solution: just by another SIM, most smartphones will hold two SIM...and use it for the data plan.  Otherwise, I spent 120 for 7 days at 4 Mbps, with a limit of 2.5 GB...so a huge savings...New SIM was 50 THB...cute girl at Gateway did everything for me and tested it out.

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where was the promotion, a link would be good

 

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2 minutes ago, steve187 said:

where was the promotion, a link would be good

 

I just sent to the ais retail outlets at Gateway Mall...you will need to register the new SIM anyways.

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1 minute ago, torturedsole said:

Can't you port your landline/mobile number in LOS?  Genuine question.  

yes, but the best promos are only for newly issued SIMS.  So if you are starting out of starting over, then just buy one SIM, and subscribe to the best deal.

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8 minutes ago, moontang said:

yes, but the best promos are only for newly issued SIMS.

Are you absolutely sure about that, moontang?  One would still effectively be a new customer.  I'm not doubting you but know from experience that arriving at a mobile phone provider in LOS with a Thai speaking friend/wife might provide an alternative outcome.  I'm genuinely interested.  

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5 minutes ago, torturedsole said:

Are you absolutely sure about that, moontang?  One would still effectively be a new customer.  I'm not doubting you but know from experience that arriving at a mobile phone provider in LOS with a Thai speaking friend/wife might provide an alternative outcome.  I'm genuinely interested.  

nhyzov said the same thing  last week..he got a smoking good deal, and also stated it was for new SIMS.  And it is only prepaid, too.

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if I had had to give up my existing number, I would have not done it..bank accounts and other stuff are tied to it.

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1 minute ago, moontang said:

nhyzov said the same thing  last week..he got a smoking good deal, and also stated it was for new SIMS.  And it is only prepaid, too.

But it's effectively a new SIM, just a ported number.  Would be interested for any further input.  

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3 minutes ago, moontang said:

if I had had to give up my existing number, I would have not done it..bank accounts and other stuff are tied to it.

Like I said, I don't doubt you in the slightest.  But it's amazing what can happen with a Thai speaker/wife can achieve on arrival at the store.  Thanks, nonetheless.  

 

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taking a Thai woman to a shopping mall to possibly save 50 THB?  What do you do for fun?  bang your head on a concrete wall?  Sheesh.

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55 minutes ago, torturedsole said:

Can't you port your landline/mobile number in LOS?  Genuine question.  

 

You can, but it would have to be to a different network. Since he already had an AIS SIM, he would have to port to DTAC or Truemove H. No good if he wants to stay with AIS.

 

Easier for him to buy a new SIM and number for 50 baht. Though I would have gone 150 baht for unlimited 4 Mbps.

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20 minutes ago, moontang said:

taking a Thai woman to a shopping mall to possibly save 50 THB?  What do you do for fun?  bang your head on a concrete wall?  Sheesh.

I was amazingly kind and tolerant in my responses to you but you decided, in your infinite wisdom, to turn it around and disrespect my posts.  Why?

 

I'm not looking to save 50 baht.  

 

The trouble it takes to change my registered number with Bangkok Bank for my iBanking activities has to be carefully considered. 

 

What a fool you are.  

 

You're the second poster to be on my ignored list.  I bid you a good night.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, torturedsole said:

I was amazingly kind and tolerant in my responses to you but you decided, in your infinite wisdom, to turn it around and disrespect my posts.  Why?

 

I'm not looking to save 50 baht.  

 

The trouble it takes to change my registered number with Bangkok Bank for my iBanking activities has to be carefully considered. 

 

What a fool you are.  

 

You're the second poster to be on my ignored list.  I bid you a good night.

 

 

I said the same thing...didn't want to give up my existing number...you sound like the old miserable people in Chiang Mai, who always have a hard way to share with you.

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6 minutes ago, Eindhoven said:

Easier for him to buy a new SIM and number for 50 baht. Though I would have gone 150 baht for unlimited 4 Mbps.

I'm not interested in data, Eindhoven.  I merely require to receive OTPs from Bangkok Bank while I reside in the UK.  Thanks for your input, btw.  

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