If you’re heading overseas for your year-end holiday break, Celcom and Xpax are doubling up on its data roaming offer. From now until 31 December 2017, you’ll get 2X quota when you subscribe to their 1-Day Internet Pass.
Have you always avoided making and answering phone calls while travelling overseas? You’re not alone and most people are afraid of getting bill shocks after returning from their trips.
As mobile technology gets better over the years, using your phone for basic phone calls is still ridiculously expensive and often confusing to understand. Why must it be this way? To cut the clutter and to make phone calls worry free outside of Malaysia, U Mobile is offering flat roaming rates for voice call & SMS when you travel overseas.
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U Mobile looks poised to launch something big tomorrow and it’s got something to do with data roaming. More specifically, U Mobile will introduce Roam-Onz, an upcoming addition to the company’s already established line of -Onz features.
Here’s what we know.
Celcom has just refreshed its international roaming offering. Formerly launched as WONDEROAM, their new roaming service is now called Celcom Passport which starts from RM18/day for postpaid and RM10/day for prepaid.
Webe’s international roaming gives you unlimited data usage in 18 selected countries for RM39/day. Is it any good? Well, I went to Singapore to find out.
Whether it is in Malaysia or overseas, you shouldn’t change the way you use your phone. Your smartphone is a necessity and it isn’t practical to search for free WiFi when in foreign land.
Sure you can get a local SIM but shouldn’t you spend that time exploring instead? Read on to find out why U Mobile is the best choice for the globetrotter.
High-speed roaming data can be quite costly and rather limited depending on your mobile operator and roaming plan. This makes it a pain to bring your SIM with you when you travel.
What if we told you that you could win free roaming data up to 100GB that is valid in 100 different countries? Meet Flexiroam X.
I love travelling. It’s amazing to be able to see new places and enjoy new experiences. Anyone who says that it’s about the journey, not the destination, has never been on a 15-hour flight with crying babies. To me, it’s about the journey you take once you’ve arrived at the destination. Do you go on your own and take the road less traveled? Or stick to the popular attractions?
The biggest problem I have when travelling, though, is staying connected. While our local telcos are having an all out war in an attempt to come up with the best roaming plans, they’re still teetering on the pricey side. Another option is to pick up a local SIM, but that has its complications too. So what’s left?
Well, the third option is to rent a portable wireless router from someone like Travel Recommends.
Celcom has hopped on the bandwagon of international roaming plans with the introduction of their latest WONDEROAM plan. Under WONDEROAM, users get to choose from a range of daily and weekly roaming plans.
Need to stay connected while travelling overseas? U Mobile is making data roaming more affordable by offering unlimited usage from as low as RM10/day. This RM10/day offer is applicable at 12 selected countries which includes Australia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the Philippines.