If you haven’t try Unifi Mobile, its free SIM offer has been extended until 30 June 2018. You can enjoy a total of 30GB of Free LTE data which will never expire as long as you keep your SIMs active.
Webe’s unlimited postpaid plan is no more and if you want to sign up for a new plan, your only option from TM is Unifi Mobile. The prepaid plan comes with free data and it offers no expiry on your credit as long as there’s usage.
If you’re looking for unlimited usage, Unifi Mobile has just introduced its new #BEBAS2NJOY add-ons that provide unlimited data from as little as RM3.
It has been more than 5 years since 4G LTE was officially rolled out in Malaysia. Today, there are six 4G LTE operators in the country and the cost of data is so much more affordable than before.
As more users are switching to 4G thanks to a wide range of affordable smartphones, can our mobile networks cope with the rising demand for data? OpenSignal, which crowdsource network performance data from smartphone users have just published their latest report specifically for Malaysia. This is their third report and you probably won’t be surprised with the results.
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If you can’t subscribe to UniFi or Streamyx at home, TM has just announced its new Unifi Wireless Broadband. This is a contract-free 4G broadband service that lets you connect your household with no hacking or installation required.
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.
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.
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.
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.
TM has stopped offering its 20GB free data SIM offer a month after they had introduced its new Unifi Mobile service. Before this, anyone can register for a free Unifi Mobile SIM Pack which comes preloaded with 20GB of LTE data with bundled calls and SMS. On top of that, each individual can register up to 5 SIM cards and you can collect it for free at your nearest TM Unifi outlet.
If you haven’t registered for a Unifi Mobile SIM, here’s their new offer.
Good news, UniFi TV subscribers. You’re getting a whole bunch of free channels from now until the end of March! And the best part is that they’re not crappy ones.