U Mobile has just revealed its iPhone 7 price plans with the device offered from as low as RM1,800 on their very own iPlan. There’s only a single 24-month contract duration and you can have it in either postpaid or prepaid option.
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This is it folks! If you’re waiting for the iPhone 7 to hit Malaysia, mark your calendars on Friday, 14th October 2016. U Mobile has officially started its registration of interest on the latest Apple smartphone and you can get it in two weeks time.
Oddly enough, Apple has yet to make any official announcement for Malaysia. Apple Malaysia has also listed 14 October as the official release date for the iPhone 7.
UPDATE: U Mobile WiFi Calling for Android is strictly under testing mode for internal staff. U Mobile will update its customers as soon as the service is available for general use.
U Mobile is the first telco to offer WiFi Calling in Malaysia however it is limited only for iPhone users. WiFi Calling lets you make and receive calls over WiFi connectivity which helps you to stay connected even when your mobile signal is low or unavailable.
They have yet to roll out this feature for Android users but someone has tipped us a link of a purported beta version for WiFi Calling. If you’re interested to try, read on to find out more.
In conjunction with the Malaysia Day celebration, U Mobile is giving up to RM25 free credit with its Malaysia Day Bonus. To redeem this extra credit, it is a two-step process.
U Mobile’s P98 Hero Postpaid plan is the most generous in the market with an epic 30GB of data for just RM98/month. With Video-onz now including YouTube and Facebook videos into its free streaming lineup, it is almost impossible for most people to finish their monthly quota.
Now the orange telco has introduced an even cheaper way to share your data or you can get a spare data SIM for just RM20/line.
U Mobile Video-Onz is an awesome way to enjoy videos without utilising your precious data quota. Now they have made it even better by adding Facebook, Twitter and Netflix to its list of supported channels.
As part of its network expansion exercise, U Mobile has just rolled out its first ever 4G LTE-Advanced site in Malaysia. LTE-Advanced or also known as 4G+ offers faster speeds than conventional 4G. In real life usage, this would enable download speeds beyond 100Mbps which is made possible through carrier aggregation.
Apart from Celcom, Digi and Maxis, team orange is also offering the Galaxy Note7 in Malaysia. Retailing at RM3,199 outright, the Samsung Galaxy Note7 can be yours from as low as RM1,699 on U Mobile’s Ultimate Device plans. On top of that, early birds will walk away with additional freebies too.
UPDATE: There was an error in the article regarding the contest mechanics. The article has been amended to reflect the proper contest mechanics.
Pokemon Go is awesome. People of all ages have gotten on their feet and begun spending more time outside and even with their families all in the pursuit to be the very best that no one ever was. U Mobile wants to make Pokemon Go even more awesome and here’s how they plan to do it.