In case you didn’t know, webe is also offering wireless broadband over 4G LTE. Initially available as a SIM-only plan, the new mobile operator is finally offering a MiFi modem which you use to share the connection with up to 10 devices.
If you’ve missed webe’s “limited-time” RM79/month offer, don’t panic. The discounted subscription offer has been extended again until further notice.
Webe’s RM79/month promotion for its unlimited everything postpaid plan has been extended. Originally priced at RM199/month, webe is continuing to give RM120/month off to everyone as part of its Chinese New Year promotion.
webe was initially launched with a single mobile postpaid plan that provided unlimited calls, SMS and data on a single device. For those who need a SIM for data sharing, webe has finally introduced its webe broadband at RM59/month.
Barely 3 months into full commercial service, webe has shared its upcoming 4G network plans that will commence very soon. At the moment, webe operates on FDD-LTE at 850MHz (Band 5) which is great for signal penetration and wider coverage. In the next phase, webe will be focusing on building up network capacity to support more users and to create new wireless possibilities.
webe is currently having a fantastic promotion where everyone can sign up for RM79/month with no added conditions. Did you know that webe gets even better when you get your friends and family on board? Read on to find out why.
Webe’s international roaming gives you unlimited data usage in 18 selected countries for RM39/day. Is it any good? Well, I went to Singapore to find out.
Last week, webe had revealed that they are opening up their postpaid plan to everyone for only RM79/month. For better clarity, its CMO Lai Shu Wei has released a video announcement this morning.
Webe, TM’s mobility arm is throwing a new limited time promotion for its unlimited everything postpaid plan. Originally priced at RM199, the webe postpaid plan is now offered at only RM79/month to everyone including non-TM subscribers.
There is no perfect telco. Sometimes, problems are bound to crop up with your service and that can cause frustration from a consumer standpoint. From there, the default reaction in this day and age would be to type out an angry status on Facebook, tagging all the necessary parties. Also known as the ‘mohon viral’ tactic in some circles.
But that’s often not the right thing to do if you want your issue resolved quickly. Here is what you should do instead.