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.
Just after Xpax revealed its new prepaid and postpaid plans, it’s now ookyo‘s turn and their new offering actually sounds really good on paper. The gist? Both the Social and Entertainment packs are gone. Now you get to decide what apps you want unlimited internet for.
The brand believes that “you” as the consumer can do things better and that’s why they are offering a fully customisable mobile plan.
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Consumers are getting spoilt for choice when it comes to their mobile plan. Telcos are offering even more data and it’s common to see unlimited plans at attainable prices. While it’s tempting to jump on a plan that gives you more data for less, have you ever wondered if you’re paying more than what you should?
UPDATE: Yoodo is now official.
If you’re looking for more options in the telco space, there’s a new player in town. It isn’t clear if they are offering a postpaid or a prepaid plan, but it promises something different from the usual traditional plans.
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.
Streaming services are growing in popularity as more content becomes readily available for users to access without having to purchase each title individually. The problem with streaming content on mobile/data plans is that they take up a lot of your quota, leaving mobile users hesitant to expend valuable quota to watch videos or stream movies.
Well, Digi plans to solve that with what they call “bite-sized video passes” that let customers enjoy streaming content without worrying about using up their internet quota. Meet Digi Video Freedom.
Following the launch of the MaxisONE World plan, U Mobile has come up with their very own solution that allows you to bring your local postpaid data plan with you on your travels overseas and it’s a doozy.