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.
If you’re looking for a new phone with a decent sized display, the Huawei Y6 2017 is now available on contract. This is Huawei’s new entry-level smartphone that comes with a 5.7″ FullView display and it is offered for free exclusively on Celcom.
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.
To encourage more reloads via Maybank2u, Xpax is giving additional 1GB of data for every RM30 top up. The promotion starts this coming weekend until the last weekend of May.
UPDATE: Yonder Music is back.
Yonder Music is a free music streaming service that’s provided exclusively for Celcom and Xpax customers. Not only the subscription is free but customers can stream music without utilising data from their current data plan.
Unfortunately, it appears that the music streaming service is no longer available for Celcom/Xpax customers in Malaysia.
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.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are hitting Malaysia on 16 March 2018. If you prefer to get it on contract, it’s now available on our big 4 telcos – Celcom, Digi, Maxis and U Mobile. So which telco has the lowest cost of ownership, lowest monthly commitment and the most data for your money? It’s time for a telco plan comparison for the Galaxy S9 and S9+.