The brand believes that “you” as the consumer can do things better and that’s why they are offering a fully customisable mobile plan.
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Consumers are getting spoilt for choice when it comes to their mobile plan. Telcos are offering even more data and it’s common to see unlimited plans at attainable prices. While it’s tempting to jump on a plan that gives you more data for less, have you ever wondered if you’re paying more than what you should?
TM’s Unifi Mobile is now official and this replaces webe as their new mobility brand. During its launch yesterday, TM has announced that they are giving away 1 million SIM cards for free and it’s applicable to everyone including non-TM subscribers.
Here’s all you need to know about TM’s new prepaid offering.
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If you’re looking for more options in the telco space, there’s a new player in town. It isn’t clear if they are offering a postpaid or a prepaid plan, but it promises something different from the usual traditional plans.
You live your life with no limits, so why let your postpaid plan dictate what you can do with your smartphone? For the hardcore streamer that enjoys non-stop music and video all day, U Mobile has got a plan just for you.
U Mobile has announced its new Unlimited HERO P79 postpaid plan which replaces its previous Unlimited HERO P78 plan. It packs “Unlimited” features and if you love music, it also comes with free Spotify Premium.
TM has recently discontinued its webe postpaid service and they are about to introduce a new offering under its Unifi branding. We can now confirm that TM will be doing prepaid and it’s called Unifi Mobile. Its official app has appeared on both Android and iOS platforms, which provided us with more details of their upcoming plan.
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