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2 hours ago, elgenon said:

Is that prepaid or postpaid? Is it only for a new sim/number?

It is prepaid and for new SIMs only. If you want to keep your number simply switch the provider - you can take your old number with you (and this is law). What you can't take with you is any balance at your old provider. 

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6 hours ago, MadMuhammad said:

This what I’m using now with True. Monthly fee discounted to 880inc VAT for 12 months for new customers. 
 

 

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Nothing to do with what is being discussed here. Read more carefully.

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13 minutes ago, Bruno123 said:

 

Nothing to do with what is being discussed here. Read more carefully.

Right you are. Apologies 

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On 1/21/2020 at 10:04 PM, Beggar said:

It is prepaid and for new SIMs only. If you want to keep your number simply switch the provider - you can take your old number with you (and this is law). What you can't take with you is any balance at your old provider. 

So I can't get it if I currently have a sim? What's the best prepaid i can get??

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1 hour ago, elgenon said:

So I can't get it if I currently have a sim? What's the best prepaid i can get??

 

Just buy a new SIM for 50 baht. How hard is that?

 

Otherwise you can port your number to Truemove H and sign up with them.

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On 1/23/2020 at 11:29 PM, Eindhoven said:

 

Just buy a new SIM for 50 baht. How hard is that?

 

Otherwise you can port your number to Truemove H and sign up with them.

I would assume the sim would have to be for a new phone number if with the same provider. Old number if with new provider. True?

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2 hours ago, elgenon said:

I would assume the sim would have to be for a new phone number if with the same provider. Old number if with new provider. True?

 

Yes, you can port the number to Truemove H if you wish and apply that way.

Make sure that you can receive 10 Mbps with Truemove H at your location before you port the number and if so, apply the package within seven days of obtaining the new SIM.

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I bought the 1850b True deal.

Could only get 1mbps out of it in central Jomtien. Returning.

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57 minutes ago, oznomad said:

I bought the 1850b True deal.

Could only get 1mbps out of it in central Jomtien. Returning.

 

You are lucky that they will accept a return. 

You should always test the network by trying out Prepaid SIM in the location that you intend to use it.

In my location, Truemove H and DTAC offer relatively low max speeds, whilst AIS offers far greater.

Whilst in Jomtien, DTAC offered me the best speed.

 

All quoted speeds are location permitting. So buy a Prepaid SIM and speedtest it, if you need to be sure of what you will obtain.

 

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