If you’re looking for a Galaxy S6 on contract, Maxis has slashed its contract pricing by RM260. Initially offered at RM1,659, the Galaxy S6 can be yours from RM1,399 with the MaxisONE Plan at RM128/month.
For those wanting a plan with lower monthly commitments, the Galaxy S6 is also offered with MaxisOne Plan lite (RM78/month), with the device going for RM1,599. Both options are tied with a 24 months contract and you’ll need to pay 4 months subscription fee as advance payment during sign up. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S6 edge with a double curve display remains unchanged at RM1,999 with its MaxisOne Plan + 1GB extra data.
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If you need a boost of data, TuneTalk is now offering Free 1GB of data whenever you top up RM30. This offer starts today (15th June 2015) and it replaces its previous offer of Top up RM30 and get RM10 free credit.
UPDATE: TM officially responded that the connectivity issue has been resolved.
If you’re a TM Streamyx or Unifi broadband subscriber, you could be experiencing slow connectivity at this moment. The slow down which affects a significant number of users is suspected to be caused by possible DNS routing issue.
TM is aware of the problem and they are trying to resolve it as soon as possible. There’s no estimated time for full service restoration yet and the call centres appears to be jammed up at the moment.
Looking to buy the Xiaomi Mi 4i on contract with lower monthly commitments? Celcom is offering the 5″ dual-SIM 4G LTE smart phone on its bang for the buck FIRST Basic 38 and FIRST Basic 85 plan. Retailing at RM749 outright, the Mi 4i can be yours from RM488 and there’s even a 12 months option as well.
On Celcom, the Mi 4i is bundled as follows:
Celcom FIRST Basic 38 (12 months) – RM688
Celcom FIRST Basic 38 (24 months) – RM538
Celcom FIRST Basic 85 (24 months) – RM488
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Cloud storage is the future as we are seeing less smart phones with microSD card slots and photos are more practically shared online. Connectivity is vital especially when you need to upload or view photos immediately while you’re on the move.
Now Digi wants to free up more space on your smart phone, and to encourage cloud photo storage, they have introduced its new Capture service. Not only it works as a photo backup, Digi is also offering Zero internet charges for its subscribers. So now you won’t have to worry about using up your precious internet quota as you snap away.
The Xiaomi Mi 4i is now available on contract bundling with Maxis offering the new “global flagship” from as low as RM199. Outright, the Mi 4i is priced at RM749 and it is available on contract with Maxis One Plan.
The Mi 4i is among the top smart phones you can get for under RM800. It features a 5″ Full HD display with outdoor sunlight optimisation, a 64-bit Octa-Core Snapdragon 615 processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB of storage. Unfortunately there’s no microSD slot but you do get dual-SIM (microSIM) which both supports 4G LTE.
For imaging it gets a capable 13MP main camera with dual-tone LED flash and front facing 5MP camera with beautification feature. Powering the device is a large 3,120mAh capacity battery and it runs on the newer Android 5.0 Lollipop with its custom MIUI on top.
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P1, which was famous for its bold Potong campaign has kicked off its new “Ready to P1ay” offering. The 4G WiMAX telco says they have made improvements to its network and the campaign signifies its confidence to take on new subscribers. This is made possible with its backing by TM and SK Telekom.
With the new promotion, new customers can sign up with P1 Broadband with RM0 upfront payment and RM0 first month subscription fee. This gets you connected without paying anything until your first bill.
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So you need to get a data plan, but you don’t have a swanky new smartphone to go with it? Celcom has made it possible to not just get what you need but will bundle together a phone too!
Just add an extra RM 10 to your FIRST Basic 38 plan and you get all the benefits plus the choice of either a Samsung Galaxy V for free or a Sony Xperia E4G from RM 158.
Xpax’s latest limited edition prepaid offering is finally here, after teasing the Magic SIM prepaid over the last week.
Available starting tomorrow, the Magic SIM that’s priced at RM5 per pack is touted to give more free internet than anyone else in the market. This goes consistently with their aim of making the internet more accessible to all.
UPDATE: Xpax #MagicSIM is now officially launched offering free unlimited messaging, free high-speed internet and free calls/SMS.
Over the past few days, Celcom prepaid brand Xpax has been teasing its new Magic SIM prepaid without providing even the slightest hint of its plan offering. They engaged a couple of social influencers to create the #MagicSIM hype. To top it off, some online retailers claimed to have sold out the Magic SIM without any notice of its sales in the first place. Even their official twitter account wasn’t able to reveal any info until stocks are “replenished”.
What we do know is that Xpax’s Magic SIM claims to give you more free internet than anyone else. The current Xpax prepaid offers 15 hours of free internet each month with its Free 10 minutes for 3 sessions a day that’s activated by dialing *118#. Hopefully the new free internet offering would be quota based instead of a time-based activation which is quite a hassle to manage.
If you’re dying to know what Magic SIM is all about, it will be officially launched tomorrow at noon. Do follow us on twitter for the latest updates. You can view the #MagicSIM teaser after the break.