Celcom Axiata Berhad has just appointed a new CEO which will take effect from 1 September 2018. Mohamad Idham Nawawi who is currently the Group Chief Corporate Officer (GCCO) of Axiata Group Berhad will take over the role from the current CEO, Michael Kuehner, whose tenure will end on 31 August 2018.
Yoodo, the customisable digital telco on Celcom’s network has just reduced its prices for its add-on plans. This gives you more data for Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and WhatsApp for as little as RM5/month.
In conjunction with the upcoming Merdeka Day celebration, Yoodo is offering a massive 20GB of data for only RM20. If you’re new to Yoodo, you can enjoy this 20GB offer for free when you order your first Yoodo SIM.
After resurrecting late last month, unlimited music platform, Yonder Music, has just discontinued its service effective 15 June 2018. Yonder will be removing the app and existing users will not be able to access their music.
Apart from introducing its new EasyPhone, Celcom has also revamped its family postpaid plan offering. The latest supplementary add-on is called Celcom Mobile Family Plan and it has more data and flexibility than the previous GBshare.
Celcom has just revamped its EasyPhone instalment program and they claim to offer the most flexible smartphone offering in Malaysia. Apart from having low monthly payments, Celcom is also giving you the option to rent a smartphone from as little as RM35/month.
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Two months ago, Celcom’s free unlimited music service partner, Yonder Music, was suspended without prior notice. It was a value add-on feature for Celcom postpaid and Xpax prepaid customers, where subscription is free and it won’t consume your monthly data quota if you stream music on your smartphone.
Now it appears that Yonder is back and it’s still free with no ads and no subscription fees required.
Celcom has just announced that they will be implementing new upgrades on their billing system in order to provide a better customer service experience. The upgrades will affect some of the services for two days.
In conjunction with Ramadhan, Yoodo, the fully customisable mobile plan is giving 20GB of free data for new subscribers. The SIM can be ordered for free and the free data can be valid up to a full month.