Living away from your family and friends in a completely different country
is difficult enough. Online zoom calls are one of the ways to make an
international call. However, if you’re not connected to Wi-Fi, these online
international calls will only feed into your data. Add to that the
expensive bills you’d rake up should you make long calls overseas, and the
stresses of staying connected with loved ones can be unbearable.
Thankfully, to allow you to keep in touch with those closest to you, M1
offers cheap international calls from Singapore to more than 230 different countries around the globe.
International call add-on packs are available in a few different options; which one you go for will depend on
IDD packs & International Calling Cards Online
If you’re after an international calling card that offers the cheapest IDD
call to Malaysia from Singapore, to India, Taiwan or anywhere else in the
world, you’re at the right place.
In fact, you’ll get free international calls to selected countries when you
have an M1 prepaid SIM! Spend just 8 minutes on an IDD 021 call to
Malaysia, China, Indonesia, Philippines or Vietnam and you’ll get the next
10 minutes on us — FREE. Plus an additional 75 free global SMSes after
sending just 5 to China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines or Indonesia.
When you need an international mobile recharge IDD top up, all you need to do is log into your M1 Prepaid Account and manage your top-up, data packs and
add-ons. Afterall, there has to be a good reason why we’re known to provide Singapore’s best SIM plan for
International Calling Codes
To help you stay in touch with your loved ones, we’ve put together a list
of the top contacted countries from Singapore around the globe. IDD promo
calling packs available at M1 will connect you to any of these and so many
IDD call to Indonesia requires the code +62
An IDD call to Thailand will need the calling code +66
The HK IDD code is +852
Singapore’s IDD code, if you ever need it, is +65
The Vietnam IDD code is +84
The code is +61 for IDD to Australia
Malaysia’s international calling code is +60
India’s IDD code is +91
Want to make an IDD call to Taiwan? Use the code +886
An IDD call to Philippines requires the code +63
Choosing M1 means you get some of the lowest IDD rates Singapore has to
offer when compared to Singtel IDD plans and other international calling
service providers, so sign up today!
Frequently Asked Questions About International Calling Plans &
How much is an international call?
IDD rates will depend on which country you’re looking to make a call to. To check the rates of designated
countries for each specific plan, toggle the location bar on this page or head over to the IDD mobile add-ons page for a summarised list of
all the IDD rates.
Do you pay for incoming international calls?
If you’re wondering whether you’ll have to pay for incoming international calls , it all depends on the plan
you’ve signed up with M1. Say, for example, you’ve activated the IDD 021 Saver. IDD
021 calls to any of the 19 listed countries are deductible from the free outgoing talktime bundle that has been
added to your mobile plan. Any excess usage will be charged at a local outgoing call rate. Should your IDD 021
calls exceed 700 minutes, additional charges will be based on the IDD 021 rates of the respective destinations.
What is an IDD call?
An IDD (International Direct Dialing) call is one that is made to an overseas number by a phone user. If you’d
like to make cheap IDD calls, be sure to choose the international calls add-on available at M1.
How do I dial IDD from Singapore?
To make international calls from Singapore, you’ll need to be connected to
an international calling plan. Then, find out the international calling
code to the specific country and dial ahead - it’s as simple as that.