The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is now available for pre-order in Malaysia between 5 to 10 September 2017. Retailing at RM3,999, this is the most expensive Samsung Galaxy Note yet but you can enjoy substantial subsidy if you get it on contract.
So which telco or plan should you go for? We have compared our current telco offers from Celcom, Digi, Maxis, U Mobile and Yes 4G for your easy reference. This includes their device pricing, bundled minutes, sms, data and their minimum cost of ownership. At the moment, all telcos are only offering the Galaxy Note8 with a 24-month contract.
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U Mobile is also offering the Samsung Galaxy Note8 on contract starting today and it comes with the same pre-order goodies from Samsung Malaysia. Retailing at RM3,999, the Galaxy Note8 is offered from as low as RM2,108 with 24-months contract on their Ultimate Device plans.
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Always finding yourself running out of data? Why not get a prepaid that gives you more unlimited data than the rest?
With U Mobile, you’ll enjoy more data for your money. Not just basic throttled data but high-speed data with 4G speeds. On top of that, you get to enjoy more freedom with its Unlimited-Onz perks that are only available on U Mobile.
Everyone uses their smartphones differently. Some used it for keeping in touch with voice calls, while others must stay connected with data 24/7. Even when it comes to data, your actual usage can differ greatly from others. There are people who can’t get enough of social updates and there are video junkies who can’t live without binge-watching their drama series on the go.
Your mobile habits can define the type of monster that’s lurking within you. Are you a movie buff? Or are you a social media addict? U Mobile has devised a simple quiz so you can find out. Take the quiz now!
The 2nd phase of the MRT Line 1 is now open and this includes an underground section that goes through the heart of KL city. When Digi invited us for a 4G Underground MRT challenge earlier this week, we thought why not we test out 4 of our big telcos in Malaysia? So we did.
U Mobile has just unveiled its newly revamped flagship store located on the ground floor at Berjaya Times Square. It’s more spacious than before as their customer service centre is now moved to a new dedicated space on the first floor of the same building.
U Mobile will be performing scheduled system upgrades and maintenance exercise during the month of July and August. In preparation for this exercise, U Mobile would like to give its customers an early heads up on a potential interruption of its service.
U Mobile will be ending its networking sharing and alliance agreement with Maxis which they had signed back in 2011. This agreement allowed U Mobile users to roam on Maxis’ 3G and 2G network where U Mobile’s own 4G/3G coverage isn’t available. The termination will be done in phases over 18 months and it is expected to be completed by 27 December 2018.
It will take at least 3 years before 5G is ready for commercial service but U Mobile is now a step closer with its commercial roll out of 4.5G. This is the first in Malaysia and it’s made possible in collaboration with Huawei. With 4.5G, U Mobile promises twice the speed of 4G on supporting devices.
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Malaysian telcos are getting very generous when it comes to mobile data and it’s now a norm to get 20GB to 60GB these days. However, if you take a closer look at the fine print, these postpaid plans often come with strings attached like separate data quota for weekday and weekend, and having to pay extra to combine your unutilised weekend data. Why should you let your telco dictate what you can and can’t do with your smartphone?
Although these plans have more than enough data for most people but deep down you’ll know you won’t be fully satisfied unless it is truly unlimited. Some telcos had introduced postpaid plans with “unlimited” offerings but they can be quite expensive.