To stretch your prepaid further for the coming Raya holidays, Tune Talk is offering additional 10% airtime as part of its bonus Raya promotion.
This morning it appears that Celcom customers were facing network issues nationwide. This not only affects Celcom Postpaid and Xpax customers but also other MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) and Domestic Roaming partners that utilise their network nationwide.
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If you make lots of voice calls, Tune Talk has some good news for you. Their standard voice call rate has been reduced from 22 sen/minute to 18 sen/minute, making it one of the lowest rates when it comes to prepaid.
If you’re a TuneTalk user with very low usage, TuneTalk is now letting you keep your prepaid line active for 365 days at only RM10. That’s RM18 off its previous 1-year validity promotion.
As prepaid plans are getting more competitive, Tune Talk has finally revamped its plans with even more data than before. For the same amount, you’re getting more than double of what was offered previously.
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If you don’t like topping up your prepaid every single month, TuneTalk now has a plan just for you. They have just introduced a new plan that offers 36GB of data that’s valid for one full year.
TuneTalk wants to double up your data this Merdeka day. This double mobile data offer is valid for one day only on 31st August between 12:00AM to 11:59PM.
Want to talk all day and all night? You can make unlimited free calls to anyone in Malaysia with Tune Talk’s 24 hour Talk Marathon. It is happening tomorrow 22 June 2016 from 12:01AM until 11:59PM.
Tune Talk has a brand new plan for Indonesians living in Malaysia, with more data to satisfy ever growing mobile data needs and of course, the need to keep in touch with the folks back home.