At the moment, UniFi TV (formerly known as HyppTV) Varnam, Aneka and Ruby pack subscribers can enjoy free premium access to Viu. This offers on-demand TV series from China, Japan and Korea for free without commercials. Unfortunately, this bundle offer will be terminated very soon.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are officially available in Malaysia and to mark the occasion, Maxis has introduced a new offer for its high-spending customers. They are now offering a free Galaxy S8 when you buy a Galaxy S9 or S9+ on their highest postpaid plan with an additional supplementary line.
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Fibre broadband is the best option to connect your entire home. However, if the service isn’t available, 4G wireless broadband is your next best alternative. Unlike Fibre, the quota for most wireless broadband plans is usually fixed and it may not be enough to satisfy those who use their broadband for video streaming.
Now Celcom has announced a new Home Wireless service which offers up to a whopping 1TB of data. This should be enough to satisfy most video streamers.
Here’s your chance to enjoy a special deal on a brand new smartphone. With Digi biGBonus 4G Phone bundle, you can enjoy awesome discounts and big data with no strings attached.
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TM has just announced a special Unifi Mobile package for teachers which will provide them with unlimited data, calls and SMS. This Unifi Mobile “Jasa Pack” is introduced as part of TM’s partnership with the Ministry of Education to embark on a digital education transformation initiative.
A couple of months back, Maxis has stopped offering the iPhone on its Zerolution program. If you plan to get a new iPhone from them, you could only get it on a standard contract.
Surprisingly, the current iPhone X now appears to be available with Zerolution on Maxis but it’s now different from what it was before.
Yoodo is a new digital telco and it prides itself to be Malaysia’s fully customisable plan. Since it’s like a hybrid-prepaid offering, there are no bills to worry and there are no pay per use charges that could eat away your credit unknowingly.
As Yoodo is very different from the conventional plan, they took the opportunity to poke fun at traditional telcos.
Just recently, it was brought to our attention that some Unifi Mobile customers have received an SMS informing them to purchase an add-on in order to remain active. This came as a surprise since TM’s new mobile plan was all about non-expiring credits (#KreditTakMati) and you can pay at any time and only when you need to (#BayarBilaBila).
We’ve reached out to TM and they have issued us with an official statement.
Need a backup phone just for phone calls and SMS? TuneTalk is giving away a basic 2G phone when you top up RM100 with their special bundle.
UPDATE: TM has issued a statement to clarify its Unifi Mobile #KreditTakMati validity terms.
When TM introduced Unifi Mobile, they wanted to disrupt the telco space with an offering that’s different from convention. The biggest two propositions are #KreditTakMati and #BayarBilaBila which basically means your credits will never expire and you can pay at any time. With 1 million free SIMs to be given away with 20GB of LTE data, it’s an offer that’s hard to refuse.
When we first posted a quick guide on Unifi Mobile, there were a lot of questions on the plan’s validity. Do you need to top up every month? and are you truly able to keep your bundled calls, sms and data with no expiry?
According to their current FAQ on their website, it’s mentioned that your Unifi Mobile line will be active as long as there’s an outgoing usage, perform a reload or purchase an add-on within 90 days. That sounds pretty straightforward but recently there are users that received an SMS with a contradicting message.