Progresif Cellular is extending its Unlimited Plan to tourists in a move to help spur the country’s tourism sector.
The telco announced today it is expanding its Visitor Plan which it launched last year by giving tourists unlimited local calls, text messages and data browsing at only B$25 per week.
Alternatively, tourists can opt for unlimited calls and text along with 1GB of local data browsing for just B$10 per week.
The company’s “unlimited communication” experience also gives tourists immediate access to ride booking service Dart.
Visitors to Brunei can also browse through the Brunei Tourism website on the Progresif network with no cost incurred on data usage.
“Our new tourist plan sets the standard for communications for tourists who need a reliable outlet for communication before they explore the country.”
Devin Edwards, Chief Marketing Officer of Progresif, said that the extension of unlimited to tourists reinforces the company’s commitment to unlimited possibilities by having the freedom to do more in communication.
“We’ve already been an active enabler of communication for tourists and have a strong presence at the Brunei International Airport. Our new tourist plan sets the standard for communications for tourists who need a reliable outlet for communication before they explore the country,” said Edwards.
“We’re happy to be playing that enabling role again this time by offering unlimited and the benefits of it to tourists,” he added.
“Our new tourist plan sets the standard for communications for tourists who need of a reliable outlet for communication before they explore the country.”
Progresif in a statement said the unlimited plan for tourists is a natural step for the company which began offering unlimited plans in February.
“The tourist plan ticks all the boxes for access and simplicity which we hold as important elements in communication. With that in mind, tourists can immediately set off to explore the country or get in touch with their friends and families in Brunei without any trouble,” said Hafiza Mohamad, Progresif’s Corporate Communications Manager.
For tourists venturing into the neighbouring Malaysian towns, the plan will enable them to roam and communicate freely without the hassle of having to exchange their SIM.