GSM mobile phone services are available from your DST operator. They have a good range of roaming connections. 3G mobile phone services are available from B-Mobile. B-Mobile is now known as Progresif Cellular (PCSB). The international code for Brunei is 673.
Progresif’s Visitor Plan
For 10 BND / week – unlimited local calls, unlimited texting in Brunei, 1GB internet, sending 10 international SMS
For 25 BND / week – unlimited local calls, unlimited texting in Brunei, unlimited internet, sending 10 international SMS messages
Sim cards can be bought at the airport’s arrivals hall. If you are going here for a short stay like us, we definitely recommend a sim card for 10 BND. In Brunei, WIFI worked great at the hostel, so we used the internet mainly on google maps when we needed to orient ourselves.
Link to the web. site – https://progresif.com/explore/prepaid-plans/
In Brunei, there are plugs and sockets type G. The standard voltage is 240 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
Type G – this type is of British origin. This socket only works with a G connector.
Post Office – Brunei Postal Services Department
In 1895, Borneo Company established the 1st post in the country. Since 1984, the Department of Postal Services has been in charge of the Ministry of Communications. Postal codes are alphanumeric, consisting of two letters followed by four digits by district, sub-window, village, and post.
Length of mail delivery – depending on the destination country’s distance (generally from 2 days to 3 months)
Delivery time (parcel) by plane – 4 days
Delivery time (parcel) by boat – 3 months
Link to the web. site – http://www.post.gov.bn/Theme/Home.aspx
Unfortunately, we did not use the post office in Brunei, so we do not have more detailed information for you.