In conjunction with the year-end 12.12 sale, Digi has brought back its RM100 unlimited postpaid plan offer. The Digi Postpaid 100 Infinite Plan is their affordable unlimited data offering which is a step below their RM150/month Infinite Postpaid 150.
For those who need more voice calls than data, Digi has just introduced its new Postpaid 58 plan that comes with unlimited calls and 10GB of data at RM58/month. This is basically their Digi Postpaid 50 plan that’s upgraded from 100 minutes to unlimited calls for an extra RM8/month.
Maxis has always been considered the most premium telco in Malaysia. While they have upgraded their postpaid plans in the past, other players in the market are getting more competitive by offering more data with some offering unlimited quota for less.
After almost a year since their last revamp, Maxis is finally giving its MaxisONE plans a well deserved update. On top of that, they have also removed a barrier which now enables you to fully utilise your monthly quota freely.
U Mobile, the telco that’s known for unlimited streaming and unlimited data plans is now introducing a tourist prepaid SIM card that comes with unlimited data. The co-branded WeChat Go SIM will provide Chinese tourists with unlimited social messaging and free data to stream videos out of China.
Maxis and its prepaid brand, Hotlink, have finally introduced carrier billing which lets you buy apps, subscribe to Apple Music and iCloud storage without having to use a payment card. Similar to Celcom, U Mobile and Digi, you can charge your purchases to your postpaid bill or by deducting your existing prepaid credit.
From the telco that gave the most data in town, comes a new postpaid plan that’s even more awesome. With more unlimited plans popping up in the local scene, U Mobile wants to unlock your smartphone’s full potential with a plan that gives you unrestricted freedom at an unbeatable price. It’s the ultimate plan for the speed demon in you.
Looking for a new Samsung Galaxy Note FE without paying a single sen upfront? Now there’s an even better deal where you can get the device and pay nothing for it for the first 3 months on Maxis Zerolution. This translates to savings of up to RM300.
A few weeks ago, TM’s UniFi Edu plan for students was revealed with a starting price of RM99/month. This gives students substantial savings up to RM1,200 and it comes with free voice calls and HyppTV subscription.
For those who prefer to own an iPhone X on a prepaid plan, Xpax is offering the latest Apple device on EasyPhone. There’s no upfront payment required and you don’t even need a credit card to apply. Retailing at RM5,189 for the 64GB version, the iPhone X can be yours at RM254/month.
If you’re heading overseas for your year-end holiday break, Celcom and Xpax are doubling up on its data roaming offer. From now until 31 December 2017, you’ll get 2X quota when you subscribe to their 1-Day Internet Pass.