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Celcom offers 40Mbps Fibre Broadband with unlimited quota for RM80/month in Sabah

To support the government’s call for high-speed broadband accessibility at affordable prices, Celcom has just revised its Fibre Broadband offering in Sabah. Previously, they are offering 40Mbps Fibre Broadband with unlimited quota at RM180/month and now it’s available for only RM80/month. That’s cheaper and faster than Maxis’ new broadband plans.

Similar to Maxis and TM Unifi, Celcom is offering just two home plan options. The base Home Fibre Gold plan at RM80/month gives you 40Mbps of unlimited connectivity and Home Fibre Gold Supreme at RM120/month offers 100Mbps with unlimited quota. Voice call minutes are not included on both plans but you’ll get a low rate of 10sen/minute to all networks.

According to Celcom’s Fibre Broadband FAQ, the broadband speeds are symmetrical. So, if you’re on a 100Mbps plan, you’ll get 100Mbps for both download and upload. The installation, activation and router for the plan is provided free of charge.

For business users, you have the Business Fibre Gold Plan that offers 40Mbps unlimited broadband at RM90/month while the Business Fibre Gold Supreme option gives you 100Mbps with unlimited quota at RM130/month. Unlike the home broadband option, Celcom offers free 300 minutes of calls to all networks for these business plans. Subsequent usage will be charged at 8 sen/minute.

For existing Celcom Fibre Broadband subscribers, you’ll be upgraded automatically to 100Mbps by end of September 2018 and you’ll get the new lowered subscription fee. To sign up, you can visit Celcom’s Blue Cube or selected dealers in Sabah.

For more info, you can check out Celcom’s Fibre Broadband page.

Alexander Wong