Since launching its Data Passport service back in July, M1 has been expanding its roster of overseas partners to allow local customers use their data bundles in even more overseas destinations. Today, M1 announced that the list of supported destinations now includes 15 European countries, the most significant expansion of the service yet.
While the previous Data Passport service cost customers S$10/month for every country, Europe Data Passport will be launching for a single monthly subscription of S$50, which will cover all 15 European destinations.
Under the new service, M1 customers will be able to use their data bundles in popular tourist destinations like France, Germany, and the UK. In addition, M1 is also expanding the service to Australia, Philippines, and Thailand, but at S$10/month for every country, the same rate for all other non-European countries that M1 supports.
M1 is also extending Data Passport to mobile and mobile broadband plans that were launched from 2012, on top of plans launched in 2014. Customers who exceed their data bundles while overseas will pay local excess data usage rates of S$10.70/GB.
With this new rollout in place, M1’s Data Passport service now spans 29 destinations worldwide. For a full list of supported countries, you can head to M1’s website here.