Mobile data on smartphones are crucial these days and telcos around the world are offering more data to keep up with rising demand. Over the years, the cost of data has come down significantly while telcos have continued with their expansion of their 4G coverage.
So which telco has the best network in the country? If you’re curious, OpenSignal has published its latest findings in its State of Mobile Networks: Malaysia report that’s dated October 2017.
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Webe is one of Malaysia’s youngest telco and they came in with a promise to reimagine the mobile space. After having two LTE plans and appointed its third CEO in just two years, the webe name has finally come to an end.
Now you can get much clearer calls on webe, Digi and Yes 4G with the honor 8 Pro.
Huzzah! TM has announced a partnership with what is perhaps the most popular internet streaming service in the world: Netflix.
When webe was first introduced, its mobile postpaid plan at RM79/month gives you almost unlimited everything except for wifi tethering. A few months ago, they had offered a few months of 1GB of free hotspot data and obviously, that isn’t enough for most power users.
Probably after much persuasion by its potential subscribers, the TM mobile brand is now offering free 10GB of LTE hotspot data to all webe mobile subscribers.
This morning it appears that Celcom customers were facing network issues nationwide. This not only affects Celcom Postpaid and Xpax customers but also other MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) and Domestic Roaming partners that utilise their network nationwide.
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You’ve probably seen contests that offer a chance to win a phone. Now here’s one that gives you not one, not two but 10 units of Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. Yup, that’s 10 smartphones for one single person.
If you’re thinking of getting one from a telco, this is probably the least appealing of them all.
After the appointment of its new Group CEO, Telekom Malaysia has announced another round of reshuffling for its management positions. This includes the announcement of Moharmustaqeem Mohammed as the new CEO of webe.
TM’s webe is the only telco that offers a single postpaid plan that comes with unlimited calls, sms and data for RM79/month. The biggest limitation, of course, is its tethering hotspot feature. Unlike other telcos that let their subscribers tether for free, webe charges you each time you need to use your phone as a WiFi hotspot.
Probably after getting enough feedback and a nudge from its competitor, webe has finally revised its WiFi hotpsot/tethering offering. On top of that, they are also throwing free hotspot data for the next few months.