Now you can do more on your Xpax #NoKelentong prepaid as they are offering double the quota for add-ons for a limited time. For an extra RM20/month, you can enjoy 30GB of data for either late night (1am – 7am), Facebook, Instagram or for video streaming usage.
ookyo, the hybrid mobile service by Maxis has just upgraded its high-speed internet quota. In case you didn’t know, ookyo offers unlimited internet access for a selection of apps and for other usages, the plan originally came with 3GB high-speed data and 500MB of basic internet.
Maxis’s fully digital sub-brand, ookyo, is now offering an offer that you can’t resist. In a bid to get more people to experience its unlimited internet experience, you can get a free SIM and one month of usage for only RM1. Actually, RM1.06 including GST to be exact.
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.
Digi is giving its prepaid customers an unlimited usage experience with its new Super Tererrr add-ons. It gives you 12 hours of unlimited internet usage plus 24 hours of unlimited voice calls.
Hotlink is now dishing out virtually unlimited data for Facebook with its latest Free Fast Facebook offer for a year. This is applicable if you pick up a new Hotlink FAST or Hotlink Super starter pack and activate an eligible internet pass by end of this year.
Looks like TuneTalk is not done with its upgrade exercise. After bumping up its topup data bonus and datata plans, the red MVNO has also upgraded its +VIBE plans with more calls and even more data.
Tune Talk is now giving you even more data than before. Effective today, Tune Talk gives you 4X free data and their yearly data plan gives you a whole lot more for less.
Getting a new prepaid SIM is fairly easy in Malaysia. With only an IC or a passport, you can sign up for a new starter pack and start using it straight away within a few minutes. Because of this easy process, there are many cases with regards to misuse of prepaid SIM cards. To curb such abuse, MCMC will be implementing a new guideline on registration of prepaid public cellular services which will be enforced next year.
This was brought up during CFM’s (Communications and Multimedia Consumer Forum of Malaysia) Annual General Meeting today and they have pledged support for this new initiative. According to former CFM Chairman, Megat Ishak, this new guideline will protect consumer’s data from being misused for criminal purposes.
Hotlink has just revamped its mobile internet plans which now comes with more data than before. With just RM60/month, you can get up to 46GB of high-speed data plus unlimited calls to all networks.