TM has just added more options for its Unifi Mobile postpaid offering. After introducing its unlimited postpaid plan at RM99/month, there are additional four plans that start from as low as RM19/month.
Similar to its #BEBAS prepaid plan, the new postpaid plans come with
The next RM29/month option comes with 3GB of quota (2GB LTE + 1GB 3G) while the RM39/month plan gives you 5GB of quota (4GB LTE + 1GB 3G). Both Unifi Mobile 29 and 39 come with 50 minutes of calls and 25 SMS.
Their best value option is the Unifi Mobile 59 plan which gives you 10GB of data (9GB LTE + 1GB 3G) plus 100 minutes of calls and 25 SMS. All plans are not tied to any contract and if you’ve depleted your data quota, your speed will be throttled down to 128kbps.
The new plans allow you to enable a hotspot with no extra charges and it will utilise your existing quota. There’s no limit to how many devices you can share on your WiFi hotspot but TM recommends a maximum of five at a time.
Additional add-ons are also available for data, calls and SMS. They offer 1GB of basic data at RM13 and you can get 2GB (1GB LTE + 1GB 3G/LTE) for RM15. The highest option is 4GB of data (2GB 3G/LTE + 2GB LTE) for RM30. Additional 200 minutes of calls are offered at RM30 and you can add-on 60 SMS for RM10.
You can still make calls and SMS without the add-on but it will be charged at 15 sen/minute and 15 sen per SMS.
International Roaming on Unifi Mobile is rather costly. On the main Unifi Mobile page, it states RM39/day however on their actual roaming page, they offer RM38/day for data roaming in 18 countries. According to their FAQ, you’ll need to place a deposit of RM300 in order to enable roaming and this will be refunded to you upon termination.
During sign up of these postpaid plans, you are required to fork out an upfront payment of RM50 for Unifi Mobile 19, 29 and 39, and RM100 for Unifi Mobile 59. This amount will be used to offset your bill.
For those who prefer unlimited quota, the
Overall, the new plans are quite expensive compared to other postpaid and even prepaid options in the market. On top of that, the data split between 4G and 3G makes it cumbersome for consumers to track. When it comes to network performance, Unifi Mobile still has a lot of room for improvement.
For more info, check out Unifi Mobile’s postpaid page.