Maxis today has officially introduced its newly upgraded MaxisONE plan that comes with even more data. For those with additional lines for their family members, they have also revamped their supplementary data offering with a new Data Pool feature.
According to its CEO Morten Lundal, this is the largest auto-upgrade they have done and it is also the largest ever in Malaysia. He added that unlike other competitors that offer short-term offers or limited time upgrades, the new MaxisONE revamp is applicable to all customers permanently for free. In terms of subscribers, MaxisONE plan has just passed the one million mark this week.
There’s lots of excitement in the mobile space in the first quarter for 2016. Malaysian telcos were dishing out competitive postpaid plans with lots of data, while TM prepares to make an entry with its new 4G service.
Despite the aggressive price war, Maxis remains steady according to its latest Q1 2016 financial update.
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.
In a media event this morning, Celcom has reemphasised their most premium postpaid yet with its new FIRST Platinum plan. This is the highest tier in the FIRST postpaid family, offering the most amount of data with unlimited calls and SMS at RM150/month.
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If you’re curious about webe’s 4G network performance, we’ve gotten some speedtest results from a tipster.
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.
Tune Talk has a brand new plan for Indonesians living in Malaysia, with more data to satisfy ever growing mobile data needs and of course, the need to keep in touch with the folks back home.