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  • Marketing Interactive

    Circles.Life takes a jab at Singtel’s GOMO product, says “Don’t go GOMO”

    12 April 2019: Circles.Life has unveiled a microsite stating “Don’t go GOMO! Go Circles.Life!”. According to the website, users who switch from Singtel’s GOMO plan to Circles.Life are entitled to SG$120 cashback and SG$34 off registration. At the time of writing, Circles.Life did not respond to any of Marketing’s queries but the brand is...

  • Yahoo! News

    It’s Official: Circles.Life Now Offers UNLIMITED Data For $20/Month

    14 February 2019: A day after shocking customers with the discontinuation of its 20GB data for $20 option, Circles.Life announces that they’re actually upgrading the popular add-on, to offer unlimited data at the same price of $20 a month. The telco informed users in an email blast, cheekily saying, “We’d never take away...

  • The Business Times

    Circles.Life to expand into Taiwan, Australia in 2019

    14 February 2019: In its bid to expand into other markets and build on its digital service capabilities, Circles.Life has secured a round of funding led by venture capital player Sequoia India. The mobile virtual network operator plans to use funds from the Series C round of financing - details on investment size...

  • Reuters

    Sequoia-backed Singapore telco Circles.Life to invest over $250 million in overseas push

    14 February 2019: Sequoia-backed Singaporean mobile services provider Circles.Life said on Thursday it plans to invest more than $250 million to roll out services in over five countries, including Taiwan and Australia, in the next 18 months. Singapore’s telecom market is set for a shakeup this year as a new player TPG Telecom...

  • Yahoo! News

    Circles.Life raises Series C from Sequoia India to expand abroad

    14 February 2019: Circles.Life, the Singaporean mobile data plan operator, announced today it has raised US$50 million from Sequoia India to finance international expansion. Circles.Life plans to open in five countries over the next 18 months, beginning with a launch in Taiwan in Q2. The plan is to launch in Australia the next...

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