This post is paid for by Celcom, the operator with Malaysia’s widest network and winner of Frost & Sullivan’s Mobile Broadband Provider of the Year for two years in a row.
Celcom is introducing its new Celcom First Data which lets you experience high speed mobile internet on your smartphone with the best network, anytime and anywhere. Celcom is the largest prepaid and postpaid mobile broadband provider with the widest coverage nationwide.
For smart phone users that uses more data than calls and SMS, Celcom is offering Celcom First Data mAdvance Plus & Celcom First Data mPro Plus. These plans offer superb value with 3GB or 5GB data which comes with free 60 minutes of voice calls and 60 SMS each time. Additional calls are charged at 15 sen/minute on mPro Plus or 20 sen/minute on mAdvance Plus. All calls and SMS are charged the same flat rate to all networks.
There’s also no bill shock to worry about as there’s no excess charges if you breached your limit but your download speeds will be throttled. Celcom is also offering unbeatable value for data quota top ups ranging from RM3 for 100MB to RM50 for 5GB (only RM10 per GB). In terms of speed, Celcom First Data offers up to 7.2Mbps for download and up to 2Mbps for upload.
Head after the break for the full details.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 may look like another 10.1″ Android tablet but its S-Pen and extra multi-tasking features is making it a compelling device. To recap on the specs, it features the similar Samsung Exynos 1.4GHz quad-core processor from the Galaxy S III with a generous 2GB of RAM. It still runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich but comes with an array of S-Pen enhanced apps such as S-Note, S-Planner and multi-screen support.
To demonstrate its productivity features, Samsung has released an official hands-on video. One of the interesting features is “Multiscreen” which lets you view S-Note and other apps side by side. Not only this means you won’t need to switch between apps manually any more, but you are able to copy and drag items between windows. Just like the Galaxy S III, it also supports pop-up play where you can overlay your video playback on top of existing apps.
The S-Pen which was first introduced on the original 5.3″ Galaxy Note has been improved as well for the Note 10.1. If you don’t have a very steady hand, it now comes with assisted Shape Match and Formula match which automatically corrects or smooth-en your writing and illustration.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 has already been officially launched in the US and availability for our region should happen sometime soon. In terms of pricing, we would expect this to be priced above RM2,000, which is around the range of the ASUS Padfone.