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Arriving from my flight and exiting immigration and customs at Bangkok Don Mueang Airport past midnight, I opted to get my Thailand SIM Card from Klook this time as they offer a 24-hour pick-up service at Bangkok Don Mueang Airport (DMK). It costed just S$5.50 (~THB 150) for the DTAC Happy Tourist Super 4G 8 Day SIM Card, which offers unlimited data usage, and is about half the recommended retail price of THB 299.
The Klook pick-up spot is towards Arrival Hall Gate 2.
Look out for the Klook sign near the escalator.
Klook‘s staff will be waiting at the designated area.
Pick up is available 24 hours at Don Mueang Airport (DMK).
I passed my phone to the staff to redeem my Klook voucher (screenshot-ed the voucher on the Klook app before departing from Singapore as I have no internet in DMK yet), and they helped me to insert and activate my dtac Happy Tourist Super 4G 8 Day SIM Card on my phone.
Most of the time, it’s just a simple plug-and-play process, but in case there are issues following the activation, here are the APN Settings for dtac:
You probably won’t need this information as the Klook staff will fix up the internet before returning the phone to you.
Here’s a recap of the SIM Card details:
DMK Don Muang Airport (Klook Pick Up Spot)
Package Details Inclusive Of:
As you can see, it’s pretty much the exact same thing as the 299 Baht dtac Happy Tourist SIM, so you should just get your Thailand SIM Card off Klook instead at literally half the price.
Click here to buy the dtac Happy Tourist Super 4G 8 Day SIM Card on Klook!
(Get FREE $4.30/RM12.90 voucher for your first purchase on Klook when you sign up here!*subject to exchange rate)
This article first appeared on railtravelstation.com
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