My GOMO sim card just expired last May and I recently found out about it because I can’t use the 100GB+ of data I saved due to the fact that I think my data won’t expire.
After reading their TOS, there’s in fact a data expiration if your sim card expired. So it’s useless to just save data and use it in case of emergency.
I have a total of 135GB of unused GOMO data that goes wasted as it expired.
So beware if you’re saving your data and will just use it in case of emergency, because GOMO’s no expiry data is not true at all.
And too bad for me, I didn’t read the terms of service, and loaded an additional 299 pesos yesterday. I thought my data was just expired, so I purchased additional data to use my sim but it’s no longer in service. Goodbye additional load and goodbye 135GB of unused data. LOL!
If only they had a warning, just like Australia’s Yes! Optus app that your sim will expire if there’s no paid transaction within a year, then I should have purchased additional data. GOMO shouldn’t hide this important rule in the TOS as 99% of customers don’t read the terms and conditions of service.
Everyone expects a “NO EXPIRY DATA” as advertised, won’t expect that their data will be gone after a year.
I’m sad that this happened to me, but lesson learned.
If it’s too good to be true, it ain’t true.