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.
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If you don’t have access to fibre broadband and 4G LTE, CONNECTme might be your next best alternative for high-speed connectivity. Launching on 8 March this year, CONNECTme is a satellite-based broadband service that promises 100% coverage throughout Malaysia.
Since it uses satellite, weather can greatly affect its quality of service. If you’re wondering how it’s like when it rains, CONNECTme has shared a video of a speed test that’s conducted while it’s raining.
The best way to get your home online is definitely with Fibre broadband. For those who are not covered, the next best alternative would be 4G broadband. Unfortunately, some people don’t have access to these two options. For these underserved population, they don’t have much choice except for ADSL services like Streamyx or slower 3G/2G connectivity.
Now it appears there’s a new player in town and it promises to provide 100% coverage throughout Malaysia. This means every home can enjoy faster speeds where Fibre and 4G aren’t available.
A few weeks ago, TM’s UniFi Edu plan for students was revealed with a starting price of RM99/month. This gives students substantial savings up to RM1,200 and it comes with free voice calls and HyppTV subscription.
A few days ago, we mentioned that TM is giving an upgrade offer for existing UniFi customers. If you’re currently on 10Mbps UniFi Lite, you can get 3X faster speeds for the only RM10/month.
Now it appears that TM is extending a similar upgrade promo for new sign-ups. So, if you’re thinking of signing up for UniFi, this allows you to get faster speed for less.
Maxis is currently having a promo for its all-in-one MaxisONE Prime offering. It was launched last month with a starting price of RM367/month and it gives you true unlimited high-speed data for both the home and while on the go.
As part of its Year End Sale promo, Maxis is offering a free speed upgrade where you can get 50Mbps at the price of a 30Mbps plan.
TM has officially announced their brand new UniFi plans for students and technopreneurs which has been in the works for some time now. These new plans are called UniFi Edu and UniFi eBiz. Here’s what you can get with these plans.
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UPDATE: This TM Bonanza Campaign has been replaced with an RM10/month upgrade offer.
After retracting its RM99 UniFi promo, it looks like TM is introducing a new promo that would definitely put a smile on your face. For a limited time, they are slashing its prices not just for UniFi but also for BB (Streamyx) packages as well.
It looks like the recent typhoons around Hong Kong have caused some serious damage to several undersea cables. These submarine cables (ASE, AAG, TGA-IA, SMW3) connect South East Asia to the United States. This is not the first time we have a submarine cable fault in our region but this time it isn’t as bad as before.
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