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Malaysian telcos are getting very generous when it comes to mobile data and it’s now a norm to get 20GB to 60GB these days. However, if you take a closer look at the fine print, these postpaid plans often come with strings attached like separate data quota for weekday and weekend, and having to pay extra to combine your unutilised weekend data. Why should you let your telco dictate what you can and can’t do with your smartphone?
Although these plans have more than enough data for most people but deep down you’ll know you won’t be fully satisfied unless it is truly unlimited. Some telcos had introduced postpaid plans with “unlimited” offerings but they can be quite expensive.
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.
As an added service for its customers, Celcom had rolled out a WiFi hotspot service called WiFiPlus at selected locations nationwide. Unfortunately, this service will be coming to an end as Celcom will be discontinuing its WiFiPlus offering on 16 May 2017.
If you’re looking for a postpaid plan under RM100, Digi’s Postpaid 80 hits the sweet spot by offering unlimited calls and 20GB for RM80/month. For those who use more data on the weekdays, the data split of 10GB for all-day and 10GB for weekends can be annoying.
Now Digi has an added option to give you more freedom to use your data. Similar to Celcom’s AnydayGB add-on, you can combine both all-day and weekend data for a small fee each month.
Xiaomi’s Mi Box is now available on contract when you sign up for Digi’s Broadband plans. Retailing at RM349, the Android TV-powered box can be yours at 48% off.
In case you missed it, the iPhone 6 is now back on sale as Apple’s new entry-level smartphone with a larger 4.7″ screen. New for 2017, it comes with a larger 32GB of storage and it runs on iOS 10 out of the box. If you don’t want to fork out RM1,999 outright, Celcom is now offering the iPhone 6 32GB on contract from as low as RM208.
The new OPPO A57 is finally hitting Malaysia this weekend and it will be available first on Celcom. Officially priced at RM1,098, Celcom customers can get it for free on their FIRST Platinum plan.
Celcom offers one of the biggest data quotas with its FIRST Postpaid plans. If you’re struggling to finish all that data on a single device, Celcom is now making it easier for you to share that data with its new GBshare Supplementary lines.
U Mobile has introduced two new Hero Postpaid plans that offer unlimited calls plus bundled data. If the popular Hero Postpaid P70 plan that comes with unlimited calls and 15GB data at RM70/month is too much for you, these new plans are more affordable and they still offer unlimited calls to all networks.
Still scouting for other Galaxy S8/S8+ offers on a contract? Apart from the usual big 4 telcos, Yes is also offering pre-orders for the Galaxy S8 flagship duo and you can collect it as early as 4th May.
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