Advanced Info Service (AIS) is introducing an unlimited mobile chat package to ease consumer fears over exorbitant international roaming fees when using their phone overseas.
The country's largest mobile operator said its tariff plans are designed to discourage people from having to temporarily switch mobile operators by purchasing a local SIM card to avoid hefty phone bills.
Titipong Khiewpaisal, senior vice-president for consumer marketing and sales, said AIS's chat tariff plans offer unlimited access to texts or messaging services like Line, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger for 199 baht per day in New Zealand and Singapore. The unlimited chat service will be expanded to more countries this year.
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