U Mobile has often positioned themselves as the value leader when it comes to data plans. Their postpaid and prepaid products often undercut their competitors with a huge amount of data which sparks a competitive price war. For Valentine’s Day, the orange telco has tried to do something funny by poking fun at their competitors.
Forget flowers, chocolates and pointless presents your significant other won’t use. This Valentine’s Day, get them a brand new smartphone instead if you want to show them that you really appreciate them.
OPPO will be releasing another limited edition version of their full-view smartphone, the OPPO F5. This time it’s called the OPPO F5 Dashing Blue Edition and I think you already know what makes it special.
Digi is offering some sweet treats in time for Valentine’s Day which is happening tomorrow. If you’re an existing subscriber, you can redeem a free McDonald’s sundae cone via the MyDigi app.
Valentine Day’s is almost upon us. It’s a time of love and the celebration of love and nothing can spell the name of your loved one quite like laser engravings. It’s also the time of incredibly overpriced merchandise designed to capitalise on this annual declaration of love.
OPPO Malaysia will be introducing the R9s Valentine Red Edition very soon. To make the deal sweeter, they are throwing something extra for those who place their pre-orders ahead of its official release.
After introducing the OPPO R9s, the selfie-centric smartphone brand is now releasing a red colour variant in time for Valentine’s Day. This also coincides with the current Chinese New Year festivities where red symbolises good fortune and happiness.
Here’s a gift idea for you and your loved one this Valentine’s Day. You can get a pair of Pebble’s Time Round smartwatch at 28% off. That’s US$359.99 (RM1,477) for two smartwatches instead of the usual price of US$499.98 (RM2,052) for two units.
If you are a fan of the colour or happen to have a certain important person you’d like to surprise with a gift, the new Note 4 colour variant will be available in Samsung Experience Stores and authorised dealers for RM 2,499, the same pricing as it’s other colour variants out in the market. But if you’d like to catch a little something a little less cute, the Bronze Gold Note 4 is already out in the market.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 runs on Samsung’s Exynos 5433 Octa-Core processor, 3GB of RAM, a 16MP OIS rear and 3.7MP front cameras as well as a large ultra high resolution Quad HD 5.7-inch display held together by a premium metal frame. You can check out our hands-on with the Galaxy Note 4 over here.