Yoodo wants you to reward you for inviting your friends and family to their network. If you’re not familiar with Yoodo, they are a fully customisable plan where you can decide the amount of call minutes, SMS and data you need each month. With its Refer 2 Earn program, you can earn RM20 of credit in your Yoodo wallet for each successful SIM activation that’s done via your unique link.
Earlier today, several mainstream media titles had reported that Tun Mahathir vows to put an end to ride sharing services in Malaysia. The report claimed that the opposition wants to abolish e-hailing applications and services if they win in the upcoming election.
Want to get the Huawei P20 Pro in Twilight? Huawei Malaysia has just announced its first sale which is taking place end of this week with very limited units available.
Samsung will be introducing the Galaxy A6 and A6+ (2018) very soon. For an early peek, Roland Quandt of winfuture.de has dropped more clues of these new mid-range smartphones. As seen in the previous leaks, the Galaxy A6 and A6+ appear to be a slightly more affordable device that’s positioned below its current Galaxy A8 and A8+ (2018).
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Xiaomi has been doing pretty well in the wearable business thanks to its affordable Mi Band. In 2017, they have shipped 15.7 million devices making them the #2 wearable brand worldwide behind Apple.
With shipments starting to slow down, the Chinese company will be releasing a new one and they have just posted a teaser of what could be the Mi Band 3.
About 4 years ago, the Nokia X was introduced and it was probably one of the worst Android smartphones at that time. It had a forked version of Android and it ran on mediocre hardware at a price that’s uncompetitive compared to other entry-level smartphones. Unsurprisingly, the entire Nokia X line was discontinued in less than 6 months.
The Nokia of today is completely different and they are finally making Android-powered smartphones with stock interface. Interestingly, the Finnish brand thinks now is a good time to revive the Nokia X lineup and the launch is expected to take place very soon in China. While the Nokia 7 Plus came with a 6″ 18:9 display, the new Nokia X will adopt a edge to edge screen that comes with a notch.
If you’re thinking of getting a Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in Malaysia, there are a couple of deals online where you can save as much as RM560. These offers were spotted on Shopee and they are listed as Samsung Malaysia units with local warranty.
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That’s not all, the Samsung Galaxy smartphones offer is also applicable to the Galaxy Note8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy A8+. Read on to find out more.
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UPDATE: Good news! We have updated and published a brand new Best smartphones under RM1,200 guide! It includes the new devices that have launched since this guide was published as well as the new discounted prices thanks to zero-rated GST. You can check it out here.
We’re back! This year, we’ve got another juicy new selection of budget-friendly smartphones under RM1,200. So, what’s new in 2018? Quite a lot, actually. This year’s crop of smartphones may be among the best ones we’ve seen especially if you’re looking at the amount of goodies you can get for your money.
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If you’re sick and tired of dealing with low-ballers and cheap people who are constantly asking for the “best price” for your secondhand products on websites like Mudah and Carousell, there’s good news!
Now you’ve got a whole new platform for you to list your secondhand products and deal with even more low-ballers and cheap people asking for the “best price”, because Facebook has just launched “Marketplace” in Malaysia!