Telcos are now giving more internet than before but if you take a closer look, they are often tied with restrictions that would turn you off. Some may only give you more data for the weekends and some may even limit you to specific apps or services that you may not use. Aren’t you tired with all the limitations and restrictive terms in the market?
That’s why Xpax is now offering a simpler prepaid plan that is #NoKelentong. So, what you see is exactly what you get. If you’re unconvinced, here’s a quick rundown of what Xpax has to offer versus the competition.
Celcom is probably the last telco to offer a mobile app for its postpaid customers. With an official app, it would be easier to track on your current usage, billing status and to enable add-ons for your mobile plan.
After having a closed beta program for Android, Celcom is finally pushing their latest app for its postpaid subscribers. You can’t search for it on the Google Play Store so read on to find out how to get it.
Before 2016 comes to an end, Celcom has revamped its Xpax prepaid offering with its new #NoKelentong. If you hate data restrictions on application, 4G only weekend and offpeak only data, then this is good news for you.
This post is brought to you by Celcom FIRST.
The iPhone SE is probably the best compact smartphone you can buy. It gets a top end processor and a 4K-capable 12MP camera in a smaller package. Just because it is smaller in size, doesn’t mean you have to skimp on data.
Now is probably the best time to get an iPhone SE as Celcom is offering it from as low as RM288 with the biggest postpaid plans in town.
Celcom has just refreshed its international roaming offering. Formerly launched as WONDEROAM, their new roaming service is now called Celcom Passport which starts from RM18/day for postpaid and RM10/day for prepaid.
The latest iPhone 7 is the most powerful iPhone yet. For the best experience, you’ll need a plan that can keep up with all your surfing, streaming and social needs. On Celcom, you can own the iPhone 7 from as low as RM2,058 with Malaysia’s biggest postpaid plans.
If you’ve been experiencing dropped calls or delayed SMS/messaging in recent times, it’s probably because your telecommunication service provider (telco) is currently carrying out recalibration work on their base stations.
Most of these disruptions should be minor and primarily affect 2G customers. However if you’re experiencing prolonged service disruption, what do you do?
Well, the Consumer Forum of Malaysia (CFM) recommends that you call your telco.
The Huawei Mate 9 is now also available on Celcom and you can pick one up from as low as RM1,199. This is tied to a 24-month contract on their FIRST Postpaid plans.
To kick off the holiday season, Celcom is having a Blue Cube weekend promotion where you can get smartphones for free or enjoy discounts up to 80% with prices starting from RM288. This is starting tomorrow, Friday, 25th November until Sunday, 27th November 2016.
The best postpaid plans in town just got even better and bigger. If the typical big data plans aren’t enough, Celcom FIRST now gives you even more for less.