With the iPhone 12 making its debut, no doubt thousands (or maybe even millions) of iPhone fans in Singapore will be queueing up to purchase the latest iPhone.
Do make a point to save $100, by using the Singtel Recontract Voucher worth $100, if you are eligible for it.
The old way of getting the Singtel Recontract Voucher is via calling 1688, or perhaps waiting for them to send the voucher to you. This old way may not work anymore! You may never ever get to speak to a human Singtel customer care officer if you call 1688.
The new way of getting the $100 Singtel Recontract Voucher is to use Referral Links such as this one, whereby the Singtel Recontract Voucher is applied automatically on the Official Singtel Website. It is very easy and convenient, and basically a free $100 discount off your iPhone, or whatever phone that you select that is eligible.
Hi, heard you were looking for a new mobile phone? Here’s a Singtel mobile offer just for you. Sign up using my exclusive link below to enjoy an extra $100 OFF on all phones when you switch to a new Singtel Combo plan. When you’ve switched, I’ll be rewarded too! Singtel terms and conditions apply.
Exclusive link: Singtel Recontract Voucher Official Website
StarHub Rebate Link
In addition to the apology, StarHub will offer affected customers a one-time 20% rebate on their Home Broadband monthly fee, which is equivalent to six days of free home WiFi service. A dedicated website will be made available for affected customers to register for the rebate. Details will be announced to customers soon.
Note that the deadline is: 26 April 2020!
Sign up at: https://www.starhub.com/broadband-rebate
Share this to your friends and relatives using StarHub! This rebate is typically worth around $10 (20% of $50 broadband subscription). The key thing is that only those who registered above will be given the rebate!
Singtel Dash Promo Code:
Hi! Get up to $2 cashback when you make your 1st transaction via Singtel Dash! Sign up with this link now –
https://appserver.dash.com.sg:443/mgm?DASH-2I2KM .T&Cs apply.
It is well-known that the Singtel Recontract Voucher for phones/internet fibre broadband is quite elusive and hard to get nowadays. Long gone are the days where you can dial 1688 and speak to a human Singtel operator to give you the $100 voucher for you to recontract. Nowadays, the modern method to get the Singtel Phone Discount Voucher is through the Singtel Referral Phone Recontract Voucher online.
This post is mainly about Singtel Fibre broadband Discount Recontract Voucher. It is more of an offer, it is a 1 month free subscription with a new sign up to 1Gbps with WiFi Mesh Broadband plan (worth around S$50). Based on monetary value, it is equivalent to a $50 voucher.
For the link, click here to enter the official Singtel Fibre Broadband Recontract/Signup Voucher site. Also, you may read the below paragraph which is the official Singtel referral text for Fibre broadband offer discount.
Hi, heard you were looking for a new Fibre broadband plan. Sign up using my exclusive link below to enjoy 1 month free subscription with a new sign up to 1Gbps with WiFi Mesh Broadband plan. For new sign ups only. When you’ve switched, I’ll be rewarded too! Singtel terms and conditions apply.
Exclusive link: https://www.singtel.com/personal/promotions/refer-and-earn/referee?payload=DUYn8tRNMxbr3EJ0g6dBLF32eXHNEsXUT4nQHxdsw39i81VHZ6abCWYMbtT7vJGQ&campaignID=zewrMc&promoCode=FRIENDOFST
How to contact Singtel customer service
If you try calling the Singtel hotline 1688, you will spend most of your time to navigate the maze of options trying to speak to a human Singtel Customer Officer. I have not managed to successfully find the option to speak to a human Singtel Chat Agent through the hotline, if you know the method please comment below!
Also, do not bother speaking to “Shirley” on the Contact Us page (https://www.singtel.com/contact-us). It is quite clear Shirley is not a human, but just a bot.
The Trick to Chat with a Human Singtel Customer Officer
- Go to the Contact Us page.
- Click on Ask Shirley
- Type “can i chat with customer service officer”.
- Type in the category of your question, e.g. “billing”, “voucher”, etc.
- Whatever Shirley says, just click “Submit Enquiry”
- Bingo! You are now connected to a Human Chat Agent!
From trial and error, this is the easiest way to get to speak to a Human Singtel Customer Service Officer/ Chat Agent. There is no direct link to chat with a Singtel Customer Representative.
For the above method, you don’t even need to login to your Singtel account. But you may be asked your name and NRIC for verification purposes.
How to contact Singtel Live Chat Agent
At least 2 people have managed to contact Singtel’s live chat agent using the method above, and commented positively below. We are glad to be of help! Do spread the word on how to contact a human Singtel Live Chat Agent via Facebook to your friends and relatives. Once again, do not waste your time calling 1688, you will just be stuck in a loop talking to robots.
Money Saving “Lobang” (Tips):
Singtel Voucher Link: Click here to enter Official Singtel Voucher Website
As most people will know by now, Singtel is cutting down the recontract voucher. Nowadays it is hard to get Singtel recontract voucher, or even if you get one the amount is very little compared to last time.
However, now there is a new deal of a whopping $100 voucher for Singtel Combo plans. It is via referral codes and promo codes. Click on the link on the top of this post (or see the bottom of the post for more details).
Hi, heard you were looking for a new mobile phone? Here’s a Singtel mobile offer just for you. Sign up using my exclusive link below to enjoy an extra $100 OFF on selected phones when you switch to a new Singtel Combo plan. When you’ve switched, I’ll be rewarded too!
It is an “open secret” last time that if you call the Singtel customer service hotline at 1688, they may give you a recontract voucher for you to get a new phone. In previous times it used to be as high as $100, then over the years it slowly reduced to $50. It seems that the voucher is gone now, for low usage customers (e.g. Combo 2 plan). That is, no more recontract voucher. That was my experience in September 2018. That being said, experiences may differ from user to user, you may still want to phone in to try your luck. The only reason I am still using Singtel is that the rest of my family is on the “Singtel Circle” plan.
Important Update: There is a new form of voucher, called the Singtel Referral Voucher, worth $100! Basically you switch to a new Combo Plan and get $100 off the phone.
Best Phone to Recontract and Sell Off
Traditionally, the best phone to recontract and sell has always been the latest iPhone. This is based on the strong demand for iPhone. For instance, as of now, the most popular seems to be iPhone XS, Gold color, 256 GB. Do take note of the color/storage size as unpopular combinations may fetch a lower price. At the time of writing, recontracting and selling an iPhone may earn as much as $300 or more (buy at $1338 and sell off at $1640).
How to get Singtel Voucher (2019 onwards Method)
Are you still looking for the elusive Singtel Discount Voucher to offset your phone purchase? Do not bother to call 1688 anymore, that is the old-school method that does not work nowadays (you can still try if you want, you will find it hard to even speak to a human Singtel operator).
The new method is to use the Singtel Referral Voucher which is worth $100. Click here to go directly to the official Singtel website where your $100 voucher will be applied automatically.
If you are an Apple iPhone user, and from Singtel, remember not to press “OK” when you see this message: “iMessage: Your carrier may charge for SMS messages used to activate iMessage.”.
This message appears when you swop SIM card, turn off the phone, or in various other situations.
Singtel treats this as “International SMS”, and can charge a fee for it. I got hit with a $5 fee as I was frequently swopping SIM cards (to check for any SMS received on my local card). The charges appear as “AutoRoam (PAYR) SMS”.
The solution is to press “Cancel” whenever the message pops up. If you are already get the charges by Singtel, you can try calling in/online chat with them to waive the fee. I managed to get a “one-time waiver” which will supposedly occur within two billing cycles.