Seniors receive cheap subsidised mobile plans to get them connected as Singapore goes digital

StarHub, Singtel, TPG, and M1 recently announced mobile plans, with some starting from as low as $5 monthly, to help the elderly and disadvantaged adopt digital technology.

Circles.Life is also on-board but has yet to release any details of their proposed plans.

This is being done as part of the Seniors Go Digital programme launched by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA). This is to encourage digital adoption among seniors as well as providing financial assistance to lower-income seniors who want to go digital but cannot afford smartphones and mobile plans.

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