I mean, that’s what Google does best right? They take mundane things, dress them up, give users a slick new interface and suddenly everyone’s using it. Well, except social media and chat apps, they just cant seem to get those right (RIP Google Plus and Allo + Duo).
This time, they’re tackling a topic that plagues pretty much all of us: Limited mobile data quota. With their new app Datally, it looks like they want to make it so anyone can easily save data effortlessly. Good guy Google.
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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.
Digi has revamped its prepaid plans once again with an offering that could put some entry-level postpaid plans to shame. Following Xpax’s #nokelentong prepaid and U Mobile’s new Unlimited Power Prepaid, Digi has simplified its prepaid plan and it now comes with more “unlimited” offering.
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In the push towards ‘5G’ mobile internet speeds, Australian telco Telstra has launched the world’s first Gigabit LTE network. With the help of this tiny but powerful gadget from Netgear, Telstra is offering their customers download speeds of up to 1,000Mbps.
One THOUSAND Megabits per second.
Hotlink has released what it claims to be its biggest internet pass yet. For RM50/month, you can get 17GB of internet plus 100 minutes of calls to any network.
The telco price war continues in the prepaid segment. Not wanting to be left out, Digi is also getting generous for its prepaid users by offering up to 50% more quota and unlimited off-peak usage between 1AM to 7AM.
In a battle of giving more bang for your buck, Digi has up the ante by introducing its most competitive Smart Plan yet. For a limited time only, the yellow telco is offering a whopping 7GB of data plus free calls to all networks for only RM75/month on its new SmartPlan 75.
U Mobile has just refreshed its Power Prepaid, giving you even more free internet each month. When it was first introduced, it offered the most free high-speed internet at 1GB as long as you top up a minimum of RM10 each month.
With the growing demand for internet on the go, Power Prepaid now comes with a whopping 3GB of Free Data. You should be impressed by now but wait until you see the full picture.
The Malaysian prepaid scene is getting some serious shake up as U Mobile has introduced its new POWER prepaid plan with heaps of free internet. Putting an end to the atrocious pay per use internet charges, the new U Mobile prepaid offers free basic internet just like other prepaid rivals. So there’s no more reason to panic over missing credit if you accidentally surf online without an active prepaid plan.
The good stuff doesn’t just end there as POWER prepaid offers the most generous high-speed internet in the market. Following Celcom’s hyped #MagicSIM offering that comes with 10MB of free high speed internet for every RM1 you top up, U Mobile has up the ante with 1GB of free high-speed every month for life. All you’ll need to do is to top up RM10 one-time with the new SIM Pack and this is valid for registrations before 31st Dec 2015.
UPDATE: U Mobile’s new POWER prepaid is now official.
U Mobile will be announcing a new product tomorrow which will put other free internet offers to shame. From the recent #FreeInternetForLife teasers, they are expected to do away with the usual pay per use charges for internet and will offer unlimited free “basic” internet out of the SIM pack. This is similar to what Maxis’ #Hotlink, Xpax’s #MagicSIM and Digi’s new SMART prepaid has to offer.
But is that it? If U Mobile wants to shake up the industry, they have got to offer more than just free throttled internet. Ahead of its launch tomorrow, we managed to get a glimpse of U Mobile’s new prepaid plan and let’s just say that it could put even some postpaid plans to shame.