If you’re heading overseas for your year-end holiday break, Celcom and Xpax are doubling up on its data roaming offer. From now until 31 December 2017, you’ll get 2X quota when you subscribe to their 1-Day Internet Pass.
Xpax is making overseas connectivity even more affordable in ASEAN countries with its latest 1-day Basic Internet Pass. For only RM1/day, this pass enables you to enjoy social messaging for apps such as WeChat, WhatsApp, Line and Kakaotalk in 9 countries.
If you’re traveling overseas, Celcom is offering a data roaming promo that’s applicable for both postpaid and prepaid. Originally costing RM38/day, you can stay connected for only RM4.99/day at 6 selected countries.
Imagine this: You’re travelling overseas and you need to get some work done or check on a couple of stuff on your iPad but there’s no free WiFi available. You can consider switching on your phone’s wifi hotspot but some telcos might not let you enable hotspot on their network. If you’re using the newer iPad Pro with WiFi + Celluar support, there’s actually a third way of getting online.
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U Mobile, the disruptive telco that’s known for incredible value for money has up the ante with a brand new unlimited plan. For those who want true unlimited data without costing a bomb, U Mobile wants to fulfil your needs with its new Unlimited HERO Postpaid P78.
U Mobile looks poised to launch something big tomorrow and it’s got something to do with data roaming. More specifically, U Mobile will introduce Roam-Onz, an upcoming addition to the company’s already established line of -Onz features.
Here’s what we know.
Celcom has just refreshed its international roaming offering. Formerly launched as WONDEROAM, their new roaming service is now called Celcom Passport which starts from RM18/day for postpaid and RM10/day for prepaid.
Maxis is collaborating with Expedia in offering free data roaming passes for its postpaid customers. Just book a hotel room on Expedia to enjoy Free 1-day Maxis roaming pass worth RM38 with your trip.
Whether it is in Malaysia or overseas, you shouldn’t change the way you use your phone. Your smartphone is a necessity and it isn’t practical to search for free WiFi when in foreign land.
Sure you can get a local SIM but shouldn’t you spend that time exploring instead? Read on to find out why U Mobile is the best choice for the globetrotter.
Following the launch of the MaxisONE World plan, U Mobile has come up with their very own solution that allows you to bring your local postpaid data plan with you on your travels overseas and it’s a doozy.