Mobile data on smartphones are crucial these days and telcos around the world are offering more data to keep up with rising demand. Over the years, the cost of data has come down significantly while telcos have continued with their expansion of their 4G coverage.
So which telco has the best network in the country? If you’re curious, OpenSignal has published its latest findings in its State of Mobile Networks: Malaysia report that’s dated October 2017.
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UPDATE: Webe is now available to all (non-TM customers/webe certified phone) for RM79/month.
After a long wait, Webe’s mobile network services are finally live and commercially available. The catch is that these services will only be offered to selected TM and Webe customers in the Klang Valley and Johor Bahru.
Webe is not your typical telco. When the brand was launched last month, they have introduced its webe community platform that allows you to crowd back projects for free with the power of social sharing.
Of course, most of you want to know what webe has to offer in terms of commercial 4G mobile services. If you can’t wait, webe is giving away mobile data services for a year and you have to work your way through to quality.
Every telco wants to claim the best 4G network in the country. We’ve seen it blaring in advertisements everywhere – the fastest, the widest and the most unlimited offering in Malaysia. Are those claims justified with actual facts? And most importantly, what does it even mean to you as a consumer?
To keep you better informed, webe CEO CC Puan wants to debunk some common myths about 4G networks. He wants to tell it as it is so that you as a consumer can see beyond the advertising claims. Check out the videos after the break.
If you’re curious about webe’s 4G network performance, we’ve gotten some speedtest results from a tipster.
Remember that Webe Postpaid Plan that got leaked earlier? Turns out it might just be real. While webe is currently undergoing internal trials, its invitation login page exposes more details within its source code. Not exactly a brilliant way of concealing info from the public eye. Read on for more details.