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Stand a chance to win a Honda Jazz when you reload and buy data on Unifi Mobile

Unifi Mobile Bebas2Njoy

To encourage more reloads on Unifi Mobile, TM is kicking off a Bebas2njoy campaign where you can stand a chance to win a brand new car every month plus weekly prizes. All you’ll need to do is to reload and buy a data add-on for your Unifi Mobile SIM.

For this week between 27 June to 3 July 2018, they are giving out 10 units of Samsung Galaxy S9. For the monthly category for July, August and September, they are giving away a Honda Jazz, Perodua Myvi and a Vespa S125 i-Get.

To be in the running, the Bebas2njoy campaign uses a point system which you can collect from making a reload and purchasing a data plan. You’ll need 200 points to be eligible for the weekly prize and 600 points for the monthly giveaway. According to their FAQ, each participant will be given an entry for each category as long as they hit the minimum points required.

For top-ups, you’ll receive 50 points for every RM10 top up you make during the campaign period. So an RM30 reload will give you 150 points and you’ll get 500 points if you top up RM100.

When you purchase a data plan, you gain 10 points for every RM1 spent. For example, if you purchase a Bebas daily 24-hour plan at RM5, you’ll collect 50 points. This is also applicable for its #NoExpiry data pass where you can get 8GB of data at RM50 and you’ll earn 500 points for the contest. You can track your progress on the Unifi Mobile app.

To recap, credits on Unifi Mobile do not expire and there’s no need to perform regular top-ups like typical prepaid plans. To stay active, Unifi Mobile SIM will remain active as long as there’s usage every 90 days. This includes making calls, sending an SMS or utilising your free data.

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You can learn more about the contest including its T&C on Unifi Mobile’s contest page.

Alexander Wong