U Mobile, the telco that’s known for unlimited streaming and unlimited data plans is now introducing a tourist prepaid SIM card that comes with unlimited data. The co-branded WeChat Go SIM will provide Chinese tourists with unlimited social messaging and free data to stream videos out of China.
A few weeks ago, Tencent had announced plans to introduce WeChat Pay in Malaysia. Now we are a step closer as Hong Leong Bank has received approval from Bank Negara Malaysia to offer WeChat Pay payment solutions together with Tencent’s payment arm.
Looks like we’ll be getting WeChat‘s e-wallet sooner than we think, with Tencent’s ecosystem set to roll out sometime next year.
Tencent, the company behind popular social chatting app, WeChat, has applied for a license to enable payment services in Malaysia. If this goes through, Malaysians make payments using their smartphones seamlessly via their linked bank accounts.
Maxis has officially launched its MaxisONE Kid, a postpaid + QQ Watch bundle for kids. Since children are too young to carry a phone, having a smartwatch is an alternative solution to stay in touch remotely.
You probably won’t give your children a phone but here’s something else for them to stay connected. The QQ Watch is a kid friendly smartwatch that can make calls, send messages and even it lets you track them via GPS. Priced outright at RM569, the QQ Watch is now offered by Maxis for only RM38/month.
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