Celcom launches 4G LTE broadband service with download speeds up to 50Mbps

Posted:  April 22, 2013   By:    8 comments   


The wait for Celcom’s 4G LTE service is finally over and they have finally revealed its Broadband Plan with download speeds up to 50Mbps. The 4G LTE service is tied with their Celcom First Data Pro plan which offers 10GB of data at RM138/month.

At the moment they cover Bandar Sunway, Shah Alam, Putrajaya, Danau Kota, Jalan Imbi, Jalan Pudu, Bangsar, Jalan Tun Razak, KLCC in the Klang Valley. Selected places at Ipoh, Pulau Pinang, Johor Bahru and Melaka are covered as well. You can check for the full list of its coverage here.

As an early bird promotion, they are offering the 4G LTE Modem for only RM199 with 3 months free subscription. This is limited to the first 1,000 sign up and it can be done at Blue Club @ Sunway Pyramid, Blue Cube Pavilion and Blue Club Menara Celcom tomorrow onwards (23rd April 2013).

To promote Celcom’s 4G LTE service as the fastest network, they have gotten some help from Usain Bolt which is known as the fastest man in the world.

Check out the official commercial starring the Jamaican sprinter after the break. For more information on the service, head over to Celcom’s 4G LTE page for more info.

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8 Comments for Celcom launches 4G LTE broadband service with download speeds up to 50Mbps


their service always sucks


    I find my Celcom service the best in my area compared to Digi and Maxis:
    Celcom: 6 Down 1.8 Up
    Maxis: 3 Down 2.5 Up
    Digi: 2 Down 1.5 Up

    All numbers mentioned are averaged from 10 tests i've done on each carrier in my area.
    PS. All are mobile data speed tests.


      Also if you want to count Maxis 4G in my area it's 18 Down 3 Up (only during certain times when i can get the LTE signal on the iPhone)


where is data plan for phone?


When will they begin expanding their coverage to Sabah and Sarawak?


    Tunggu khiamat la..


10GB is not enough. Seriously, it's useless to have supa speed when you can only get that speed for a week? At least not for me.


    yep agreed….and another thing is when u want to top up..5GB for RM 50…clearly a rip off