SIM cards and top-ups are available widely in Thailand from the major carriers (the big three: AIS, dtac and True Move H) as well as a number of smaller 'boutique' provides that lease government bandwidth and equipment or MVNO (such as iMobile or Tune). Purchase of a new SIM card/number is easy, and can be done at operators' shops and any 7-11 as well as at many airport kiosks. Thailand is beginning to require SIM card registration and the production of ID (such as passport for non-Thais) may be required.
Arriving at BKK (Suvarnabhumi) airport in Bangkok, you have the best choice. The 3 major players have their flagship stores in the arrivals hall almost side by side. So you can check prices and compare promotions. All carriers give out monthly promotions which are not mentioned in this article. The situation at DMK (Don Mueng) airport, Bangkok's budget airport and other regional airports is different as only a True shop is on location, but several small shops sell the tourist SIMs of other carriers (AIS/dtac). In Chiang Mai and Phuket, you may find True Move SIMs given out for free.
Try to get your SIM card in a branded store of the provider, at airports or in malls or in 7-Eleven kiosks where you pay the original price. Many independent sellers will only sell you the SIM with a surcharge like a tourist SIM at 299 THB for 399 THB.
Concerns for all providers Edit
All of the big three operators do stock all SIM card sizes from normal, micro SIM to nano SIM. Normally the micro SIM card can be popped out from the normal SIM card but the nano SIMs are often sold separately. It is advised that you request to the staff that you want which SIM card size before you buy.
All of the operators also allow tethering. All of them treat all data going through their network equally therefore your plan would include tethering by default to be used and shared to your other devices. If you are using an iPhone, you may need to perform a network reset or a carrier update for the mobile tethering option to appear.
For voice calling overseas heavily reduced rates as low as VoIP providers are offered by the three majors using special IDD codes. Let them give you the cheapest option for your destination which has to be dialled before the country code.
Topping up Edit
Adding credit or airtime is quite easy in Thailand. Airtime gives both validity and ability to make calls or subscribe to data packages. A few physical places where you can topup: 7-Eleven, Family Mart, BigC, Tesco, phone kiosks and the outlets of the Telecoms.
Adding credit online is also quite easy and there are a few options. MobileTopup.com accepts Visa and MasterCard as well as local debit cards and works on a mobile device. If you have Bitcoin you can topup at http://bitcoins.com.th incurring conversion fees, and if you use Webmoney you can do it thru wm-thailand.comFrom outside of the country mobile you're best bet is to pay online. MobileTopup.com has a reoccurring billing option that is quite useful for this purpose.
Expiry policy Edit
You have to top-up a Thai SIM card every 45 days or pay to add validity to keep it alive as well as one call or SMS activity every 6 months. Normally, Thai SIM cards expire 45 days after the last top-up unless you are able to add extra validity. So It's hard to keep them alive outside the country, but start-up prices for new starter packs are minimal. True and dtac let you add validity for a price, check this site on how to extend.
Fair Use Policy (FUP) Edit
A FUP is a the way to market a throttled plan as "unlimited" and Thai operators do that a lot. They use FUP to give a certain data volume at their fastest speed and once you have used it up, you will be reduced to a lower speed between 384 and 64 kbps. Slow speeds are normally still good enough for email and texting, but not for browsing websites.
Over the past years there have been massive changes to all the major operators' networks. Before you purchase any SIM card, please make sure that the network you are choosing is compatible with your smartphones or devices (see below). The big three networks have separate networks operating on more than one set of frequencies. This is often made through domestic roaming on the same network. Operators' new SIM cards usually would roam back to their older networks once you are out of their coverage area (i.e. rural) and you may not not get full speed whilst on roaming. But you should enable (domestic) roaming on your device anyway. All old networks named above are scheduled to be decommissioned by the end of the decade.
- AIS: only 2G and 3G, 4G/LTE starting in 2016
- old networks (TH GSM): 900 MHz 2G/EDGE, 1800 MHz 2G/EDGE, 900 MHz 3G/HSPA
- new networks (AIS): 2100 MHz 3G/DC-HSPA, 1800 MHz 4G/LTE, 2100 MHz 4G/LTE
- dtac: 2G, 3G and 4G/LTE
- old networks (TH DTAC): 1800 MHz 2G/EDGE, 850 MHz 3G/HSPA
- new networks (dtac Trinet): 2100 MHz 3G/DC-HSPA, 2100 MHz 4G/LTE, 1800 MHz 4G/LTE
- TrueMove H: 2G, 3G and 4G/LTE
- old networks (TRUE): 1800 MHz 2G/EDGE
- new networks (TrueMove H): 850 MHz 3G/HSPA, 2100 MHz 3G/DC-HSPA, 2100 MHz 4G/LTE, 1800 MHz 4G/LTE, 850 MHz 4G/LTE (starting in 2016).
- TOT: 3G-only, 4G/LTE (planned): 2100 MHz 3G/DC-HSPA, 1800 MHz 4G/LTE (planned), 2300 MHz 4G/TDD-LTE (planned)
For 4G/LTE in 2016: TrueMove has the best coverage at 80% of population, followed by dtac in around 50 towns, both mostly on the unusual 2100 MHz band, while AIS is only starting to roll out 4G on 1800 MHz.
IDD Calling Rates
Thailand is one of the few countries where some international calls are charged lower than domestic or even VoIP calls. For this you have to use certain IDD prefixes. So the correct order to dial abroad is:
<IDD prefix> <country code> <area code> <local number>
The prefixes differ between operators and are added at the end of each section. The major providers give out special discounted prefixes on which major landlines in Europe, America, Asia and Australia can be called for as low as 1 THB per min.
Under a new law all SIM cards have to be registered as of July 31, 2015. Be prepared to show an ID at the point of purchase from now on. This is now enforced in all of providers stores very strictly. You can check your registration status by dialing *151#.
Thailand has a very strong network of WiFi hotspots in the country. Some of them e.g. in airports are free and publicly available. Others in hotels and restaurants are for customers only. There are many hotspots of AIS, True and dtac throughout the country, that can accessed through your mobile number and hotspot use is included in some of the plans or for a surcharge.
AIS (1-2-Call, you! Mobile) EditAIS has the largest 2G/3G network with a 50% customer share. It's part of the SingTel Corp. that also owns e.g. Optus in Australia and SingTel in Singapore. Surprisingly, AIS was the last major provider to start 4G/LTE and in January 2016 on the 1800 MHz band. It covers Bangkok and 30 cities for a start.
AIS operates two different prepaid brands called 1-2-Call and you! Mobile.
You can get their SIM cards online to be sent to a Thai address and at airports, major shopping malls, telecom stands, in AIS and Telewiz branded stores (shop locator in Thai with map). Change language of their messages to English by pressing *700# <call> and choose option 5.
Top-up, balance check and validity Edit
Top-ups can be done in many ways. But ATMs and internet banking require Thai bank accounts. So topping up by a top-up code slip or cash card is recommended. They are sold all over at convenience stores such as 7-Eleven, Family Mart, Tesco/Lotus, Big C or online. Every AIS store has a "payment kiosk" that is an automated top-up machine as well.
Top-ups up to THB 150 are valid for 30 days, of more than THB 150 are valid for 60 days. In case there is no usage or no top-up for 90 consecutive days, with no remaining validity, the number will be automatically terminated.
To top up by code, type *120*<16 digit voucher PIN># and push call button. To check account balance and validity, type *121# and <call>. Check data balances by *121*3#.
1-2-Call SIM cards are their regular prepaid voice and data cards. From January 2016 all new SIM cards are on 4G/LTE. If you want LTE, be sure to get a new one. They are sold as different starter packs (for all prices add 7% tax) for THB 50 with a THB 15 call credit:
- Freedom SIM: is their usual prepaid card. Be sure to get 3G SIM card. They include 15 THB call credit in 30 days and 100 MB valid for 48 hours.
- Facebook SIM: for social media. It includes unlimited Facebook, LINE, Kakao Talk and Whatsapp, if you top up at least THB 100 per month. Change from other tariffs by calling *777.
- Unlimited SIM: for THB 99 per week, you'll get "unlimited" internet (@ 384 kbps) for 2.5 GB (then further throttled to 64 kbps). Change from/to tariff by calling *777.
Data packages Edit
These data bundles on up to 4G/LTE can be booked on their SIM cards from above (add 7% taxes):
|9 THB||100 MB||*777*70#||24 hours||1.50 THB /MB|
|15 THB||200 MB||*777*71#||1.50 THB /MB|
|49 THB||320 MB||*777*1#||@ 64 kbps|
|59 THB||400 MB||*777*73#||7 days||1.50 THB/ MB|
|79 THB||600 MB||*777*745#||1.50 THB/ MB|
|99 THB||1 GB||*777*746#||1.50 THB/ MB|
|249 THB||2 GB||*777*74#||@ 128 kbps|
|239 THB||2 GB||*777*75#||30 days||1.50 THB /MB|
|799 THB||8 GB||*777*76#||@ 256 kbps|
Data SIM: NetsimEdit
Their prepaid SIM cards for mostl data are called NETSIM. They cost 50 THB (tax incl.). You are given 500 MB valid for 7 days for activation. They are for tablets and modems, but have voice and text too and include free unlimited AIS and 3BB WIFI with more than 60,000 spots in the country. You need to request username and password by dialing *388*1#. This SIM seems to be phased out in 2016.
Below are the available monthly packages that you will have to purchase or they charge THB 89 for 500 MB. For all prices add 7% tax:
|299 THB||1 GB||@ 128 kbps||*777*3002#|
|399 THB||1.5 GB||*777*3003#|
|499 THB||3 GB||*777*3004#|
|699 THB||6 GB||*777*3005#|
|899 THB||10 GB||@ 256 kbps||*777*3006#|
|1099 THB||14 GB||*777*3007#|
In case you have not subscribed to any of these packages, data will be charged at 1.50 THB per MB. . There is a packet switching fee of THB 10.
Combined Packages: Smartphone SIM Edit
AIS sells Smartphone SIMs too, which have special combined packages for domestic calls and data. Their special starter pack is sold for THB 50 and contains 100 MB and 15 mins talk time. You can change to one of these monthly "iSmart" packs (7% taxes apply):
- iSmart 299: THB 299 - 100 mins, 500 MB
- iSmart 399: THB 399 - 150 mins, 750 MB
- iSmart 599: THB 599 - 300 mins, 1.5 GB
- iSmart 799: THB 799 - 400 mins, 2 GB
- iSmart 999: THB 999 - 500 mins, 3 GB
To opt in, call *777 and choose package. All voice time is domestic to all networks. All data is "unlimited" meaning throttled to 64-256 kbps accrding to package size when data is used up.
Alternatively, AIS offers to visitors their Traveller SIM in three starter packs:
- for 199 THB you get for 7 days 500 MB data (beyond throttled to 64 kbps), 7 days of unlimited calls between Travellers SIM users, 15 THB credit with 30 days validity
- for 299 THB you get for 7 days 1.5 GB data (beyond throttled to 64 kbps), 100 THB credit with 30 days validity
- for 459 THB you get 3 SIM cards sharing 3 GB data (beyond throttled to 64 kbps) and unlimited calls between sharing cards.
The SIMs are available at their store at Suvarnabhumi Airport (299 and 459 THB only) or other stores, 7-11 (199 THB only), Family Mart (299 THB only) and more outlets.
The default data rate outside packages is THB 2 per MB. These add-ons can be bought (tax incl.):
|50 THB||160 MB||1 day||*777*701#|
|270 THB||1.5 GB||10 days||*777*702#|
|690 THB||3 GB||15 days||*777*703#|
|9.63 THB||unltd. WIFI||1 hour||*777*380#|
When used up, max. speed will be throttled from 42 Mbps to 64 kbps. For WIFI an 1 hour usage period is counted from log in and log out time. The username and password received via SMS is valid for 24 hours.
you! Mobile Edit
you! Mobile is a new sub-label of AIS launched in 2014. This tariff can not be changed to/from 1-2-Call up to now. Availability is at their stores (see above). You'll get 100 THB bonus if you subscribe to your account here and top up at least THB 50 for the first time.
you! Mobile allows customers to set their voice and internet data package by themselves on their online account, and gives them the flexibility to swap between the two elements in order to receive the best value for money based on their individual needs and usage.
- you! Design: online you need to set your monthly allowance data (and optional voice):
- 99 THB - 260 MB
- 200 THB - 600 MB
- 400 THB - 1.9 GB
- 600 THB - 3 GB
- 800 THB - 4.3 GB
- 1,000 THB - 6 GB
- you! Swop: you can change minutes online into data or data into minutes. Exchange rate: 1 minute = 2.7 MB
- you! Topping: add-ons for extra data (or minutes):
|9 THB||10 MB||24 hours||n.a.||cut off|
|25 THB||40 MB||48 hours|
|49 THB||160 MB||24 hours||@ 64 kbps|
|69 THB||100 MB||7 days||cut off|
|119 THB||unltd. @ 384 kbps||15 days|
|129 THB||150 MB||30 days|
|229 THB||500 MB|
|269 THB||1.2 GB||10 days||@ 128 kbps|
|269 THB||500 MB||30 days||cut off|
|449 THB||1.5 GB||unltd.||@ 128 kbps|
|649 THB||3 GB|
|799 THB||4 GB||@ 256 kbps|
All packages need to be booked online on your account. All codes of AIS 1-2-Call apply on you! Mobile too.
- IDD prefix: 003 (quality) or 00300 (budget on some tariffs like Traveller SIM, from THB 1 per min)
- APN: internet
dtacEditdtac is Thailand's second largest network by the number of users. It is partly owned by Telenor group from Norway and is the network that owns the biggest wireless bandwidth in the country. Its prepay brand is called Happy. 4G/LTE started in 2014 on 2100 MHz in Bangkok only and has been expanded in 2015 to Phuket and Pattaya and another 40 cities nationwide: 4G coverage map. In 2015 4G/LTE was started on the additional 1800 MHz frequency which is much more common internationally in the metro Bangkok area mostly.
Where to buyEdit
You can get their SIM cards from almost any shop including at the airports, but if you prefer you can obtain it directly from their stores.
Happy Tourist SIM Edit
dtac also sells SIM cards with short validity and "unlimited" data for tourists. The SIM card is called Happy Tourist SIM. It comes in two varieties of starter packs and is on 2G/3G/4G:
- Happy Tourist SIM 299: 299 THB, 100 THB credit included valid for 35 days and "unlimited" internet (FUP: 1.5 GB) for 7 days
- Happy Tourist SIM 599: 599 THB, 100 THB credit included vaild for 35 days and "unlimited" internet (FUP: 4 GB) for 15 days
Excess data is charged at 2 THB per MB. You can actually buy their Tourist SIM online here and get it shipped overseas for a whopping THB 350 surcharge worldwide. You can also find the Tourist SIM on Amazon.com to be sent abroad. These add-on packages are sold for the tourist SIM:
- 229 THB: 1 GB, 30 minutes valid for 7 days
- 429 THB: 4 GB, 30 minutes valid for 30 days
- 700 THB: 6 GB, 50 minutes valid for 30 days
- validity extensions:
- 50 THB for 180 days
- 100 THB for one year
Regular 3G and 4G SIM cardsEdit
You can simply get any of their prepaid SIM cards. It almost does not matter which one you get as long as it is the prepaid Happy on Trinet SIM cards. The various 3G SIM cards cost you 49 THB and include very little value you can use (similar to AIS above). You are expected to top up almost immediately to be able to make long calls and use data. The 4G SIM card is sold for 69 THB and includes 500 MB for a week. If you top up at least 300 THB per month on the 4G SIM, 1 GB are given out for free.
For the unlimited internet plans below in 3G and 4G, you get connection at full speed for a certain amount of data, then your speed will be capped at the stated fair use policy (FUP) maximum speed which is varied respective to the plan you choose (but you can use them as much as you like, they are unlimited after all). Default rate is 1.99 THB per MB outside of packages.
|1 day||49 THB||320 MB||@ 384 kbps||n/a||*104*29*9#|
|1 week||199 THB||1 GB||*104*28*9#|
|1 month||299 THB||2.5 GB||@ 128 kbps||*104*353*9#|
|399 THB||4.5 GB||unltd.||*104*21*9#|
|699 THB||9 GB||@ 384 kbps||*104*344*9#|
|799 THB||12 GB||*104*343*9#|
For the plans that include WiFi, you must first obtain your username and password by dial *4000# and then you can connect any of your device (can be your laptop or a tablet) to all DTAC Wi-Fi hotspots. The WiFi usage is unlimited. Dtac WiFi can be found mostly in shopping centres and airports.
Here are further classical volume based plans in 3G and 4G:
|9 THB||100 MB||24 hours||*104*851*9#|
|59 THB||400 MB||7 days||*104*852*9#|
|199 THB||1.5 GB||30 days||*104*853*9#|
For all these plans:
- free Facebook is included
- excess and default data: 1.99 THB per MB
- to see remaining data, dial: *101*9# <call>
- these data add-ons are available:
- 5 THB: 100 MB in 24 hours, activation: *104*308*9#
- 150 THB: 1 GB in 30 days, activation: *104*50*9#
- Viber add-ons: 1 day: 5 THB, activation: *104*600*9#, 1 week: 19 THB, activation: *104*601*9# and 1 month: 49 THB, activation: *104*602*9#
dtac WiFi passes Edit
For dtac WiFi ,when not included in your data pack, special passes are sold:
- 19 THB: 1 hour, activation: *104*619*9#
- 39 THB: 24 hours, activation: *104*639*9#
- 69 THB: 30 days, activation: *104*669*9#
- 99 THB: 30 days including 3BB WiFis, activation: *104*699*9#
Data is unlimited on the WiFis. For the password dial *400*9.
- IDD prefixes: 004 (quallity) or 00400 (budget on some tariffs like the Tourist SIM, starting at 1 THB per min for many countries)
- APN: www.dtac.co.th
- Website: dtac smartphone SIM , dtac data packs
TrueMove HEditTrueMove H is Thailand's third largest network and the most heavily advertised. TrueMove is part of the larger True Corp. conglomerates, owned by CP Group which is the biggest retailer owning all 7-Eleven and Tesco stores in Thailand.
They were the first provider in to bring 4G/LTE on the rare 2100 MHz to Thailand. Its 4G/LTE coverage is the best so far in the country and comprises 80% of the population: 4G coverage map in Thai and list in English. In 2015 the much more usual 1800 MHz band is added for 4G/LTE mostly in Bangkok. As the 3rd placed network, their offerings are generally 5-10% cheaper then those of AIS, but their 2G/3G coverage is a little lower too.
TrueMove and TrueMove H are two different networks (but they are both owned by the same company). TrueMove is no longer allowed to sell their SIM cards as their license has expired. Customers from the existing TrueMove networks are being transferred to the new TrueMove H. Keep roaming enabled on your mobile as some devices will consider it a roaming network.
You can get their SIM cards from almost everywhere, but you should obtain it directly from any of the True Corp. stores (including True Online and True Visions stores) or 7-Eleven kiosks. Electronic top-ups are sold at all 7-Eleven stores or Family Mart. There, you have to know and enter your number.
When you arrive at BKK airport, you should check their promotions at their store in the arrivals hall at concourse A, 2nd floor, opposite Gate 5. They offer often promotions that are not available otherwise and are mostly for starting-up and the first package only. You may also see their free SIM stand at the airports in Chiang Mai or Phuket.
Tourist SIM Edit
TrueMove H sells special SIM cards for tourists too. The SIM card is called '3G Tourist Inter SIM'. This name is so far misleading as in 2016 True's supreme 4G/LTE has been opened for the tourist SIM. They come in three different starter packs:
- Free SIM (only promotional, at Chiang Mai and Phuket airports for instance): free, 20 MB data, 10 THB call credit, all valid for 7 days
- Starter Pack: 49 THB, 90 MB data, 20 THB call credit, all valid for 30 days
- Value Pack: 299 THB, 1.5 GB high speed data, throttled to 128 kbps, 100 THB call credit, all valid for 7 days.
To activate, type *123# <call>. After the included bundle has expired, you can add these top-up bundles:
|50 Baht||160 MB||n/a||1 day||*900*8915#|
|150 Baht||500 MB||3 days||*900*8916#|
|200 Baht||1 GB||7 days||*900*8917#|
|350 Baht||1.5 GB||unltd.||15 days||*900*8918#|
|650 Baht||3 GB||30 days||*900*8920#|
|299 Baht||1.5 GB + 150 THB credit||n/a||7 days||*900*1903#|
Default data outside packs or for overuse is 1 THB per MB. These bundles above are officially advertised to be used on the tourist SIM. Unofficially, the 3G and 4G packs mentioned below that give better rates for data, proved to be addible too. So give them a try.
3G SIM CardsEdit
You can simply get one of their prepaid SIM cards with 3G plus WiFi and add from their big variety of data packs. Old 3G SIM cards are sold for 49 THB and include very little value you can use (similar to AIS and dtac above). You are expected to top up almost immediately to be able to make long calls and use data. They can't be used on 4G/LTE.
For the "unlimited" internet plans below, you get connection at full speed for a certain amount of data, then your speed will be capped at the stated fair use policy (FUP) maximum speed which is varied respective to the plan you choose.
For the plans that include WiFi, you must connect to the @TRUEWIFI hotspots (not the .@TRUEWIFI) and then log-in using your phone number. They have the biggest WIFI network with more than 100,000 hotspots: Hotspot Locator must also log out after you finish. These packages are offered on 2G, 3G and WiFi for prepaid (add 7% taxes):
|9 THB||24 hours||100 MB||1.5 THB/MB||n/a||*900*3301#|
|15 THB||200 MB||*900*3306#|
|49 THB||320 MB||@128 kbps||*900*3302#|
|15 THB||200 MB||1.5 THB/MB||*900*3306#|
|49 THB||320 MB||@128 kbps||*900*3302#|
|59 THB||7 days||200 MB||*900*8811#|
|59 THB||400 MB||1.5 THB/MB||*900*3307#|
|79 THB||500 MB||@128 kbps||*900*8825#|
|99 THB||750 MB||*900*8826#|
|159 THB||1.5 GB||*900*8827#|
|199 THB||30 days||1 GB||unltd.||*900*1801#|
|199 THB||1.5 GB||1.5 THB/MB||n/a||*900*8982#|
|250 THB||2 GB||*900*3325#|
|299 THB||1.5 GB||@128 kbps||unltd.||*900*1329#|
|399 THB||3 GB||*900*1339#|
|699 THB||6 GB||*900*1369#|
Speed is up to 42 Mbit/s on 3G. Most packages auto-renew. As they can't be canceled easily, better add extra packs for more data:
- 59 THB: 500 MB, 7 days, *900*8923#
- 79 THB: 1 GB, 7 days, *900*8924#
- 99 THB: 1 GB, 15 days, *990*8925#
- 150 THB: 1 GB, 30 days, *990*8903#
4G SIM Cards Edit
Their new 4G/LTE enabled SIM cards are sold for THB 79. Speed is up to 100 Mbps on 4G/LTE. Default rate outside package is 0.25 THB per MB. These monthly 4G packages are on offer and can only be booked on 4G SIM cards. For all prices add 7% taxes:
|199 THB||1.5 GB||@128 kbps||*900*8816#|
|299 THB||2.5 GB||*900*8817#|
|399 THB||4 GB||*900*8818#|
|699 THB||8 GB||@384 kbps||*900*8819#|
|799 THB||12 GB||*900*8820#|
All plans auto-renew after 30 days. For more data, add one of these add-ons:
- 179 THB: 1 GB, 30 days, *990*8936#
- 279 THB: 2 GB, 30 days, *990*8937#
- 379 THB: 3 GB, 30 days. *990*8938#
- IDD prefixes: 006 for quality or 00600 for budget (on the tourist SIM starting from 1 THB per min to major countries)
- APN: internet - username and password: true
- Website partly in English: http://truemoveh.truecorp.co.th/?ln=en
- To change SMS Notifications to English: Press *700 <call>, then 1 (For English), 5 (Change Language), 2 (SMS), 2 (English), 1 (Confirm)
- or press 9304 <call>, then follow voice prompts to switch language between Thai and English.
- check your remaining balance by 9302 <call> (voice response) or *123# <call> (SMS response).
Tune Talk (on TOT) Edit
Tune Talk is one of the first MVNOs in the country. It started in 2013 and targets visitors, youth and professionals. It uses the network of state-owned TOT. Tune Talk is affiliated to AirAsia and the most accessible MVNO for tourists on the TOT network.
Tune Talk is a MVNO on the TOT network in 3G on 2100 MHz only. So for using Tune, you need to have a 3G device on this frequency. TOT network is quite good in Bangkok and major towns giving high speeds on DC-HSPA+ as it doesn't have so many users as the 3 private networks. But it's in 3G only, with no fallback to 2G/GSM and still very patchy in the countryside. TOT 3G coverage map
So it might be only a choice, if you stay in Bangkok, but for travelling throughout Thailand better choose one of the three other major networks.
Where to buy Edit
The "TuneNet!" SIM is available for THB 99 with 500 MB data at their dealers too. If you only get a "TuneTalk" SIM, you can change to TuneNet! by typing *788# and select "Tune Net".
Top up vouchers are available for THB 50, 100, 300 and 500 to give avaliability for 30 to 90 days. They are sold at Thailand Post, Big C or as electronic top-up at 7/Eleven stores.
Data packages Edit
Data on the TuneNet! SIM is by default outside of packages THB 0.50 per MB. You can choose between these monthly packs to add data by typing *788#:
- 1 GB: 200 THB
- 3 GB: 400 THB
Check data balance by typing *700# <call>. Overuse is charged at the default rate. You can buy a new package for more data anytime.
Further information Edit
- IDD prefixes: 007 or 008, but rates are not as low as True, dtac or AIS
- APN: tunetalk /or/ internet
- take care that Tune Talk has a national roaming agreement with AIS. Roaming data are not included in package and charged at 2 THB/MB. So lock device to TOT and disable roaming.
- Website in English: http://th.tunetalk.com/