TM has announced that repair works on the Cahaya Malaysia submarine cable have finally completed. As a result, international connectivity to the US, North Asia and Europe should be restored to back optimum levels.
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UPDATE: The new upgraded MaxisONE Plan is now official. All customers will be upgraded immediately.
If the last MaxisONE Plan revision isn’t good enough, it looks like something huge is coming our way. The recently enhanced MaxisONE plans appears to be getting another round of upgrades according to a leaked brochure ahead of tomorrow’s media announcement.
Every telco wants to claim the best 4G network in the country. We’ve seen it blaring in advertisements everywhere – the fastest, the widest and the most unlimited offering in Malaysia. Are those claims justified with actual facts? And most importantly, what does it even mean to you as a consumer?
To keep you better informed, webe CEO CC Puan wants to debunk some common myths about 4G networks. He wants to tell it as it is so that you as a consumer can see beyond the advertising claims. Check out the videos after the break.
There’s a brand new rumour up and about on a new Sony smartphone, and its apparently going to have a 6 inch display and a 23MP/16MP shooter combo.
Another leak dropped earlier today that showed Motorola’s upcoming Moto G4 in a video (which sadly has been made private and can no longer be viewed) but leakster @evleaks has produced a render of the smartphone and it adds up to previous leaks in terms of looks.
To entice new postpaid subscribers, Celcom is giving away a Perodua Axia Special Edition every 2 weeks. There are 6 cars in total and the car giveaway is running from 15th April until 15th July 2016. Apart from the cars, there are daily prizes to win as well.
Remember that Webe Postpaid Plan that got leaked earlier? Turns out it might just be real. While webe is currently undergoing internal trials, its invitation login page exposes more details within its source code. Not exactly a brilliant way of concealing info from the public eye. Read on for more details.
Some new leaked images have surfaced about the next generation Moto G, and it looks like it might be sporting a dual-tone flash and a fingerprint scanner.
Digi apparently has a postpaid plan just for students, starting from RM38 a month.