UPDATE: Looks like Celcom has removed the “Without plan” option for the iPhone X. You’ll need to get the phone with a contract in order to enjoy the RM100 discount.
Want the iPhone X but don’t like contracts? It looks like Celcom is offering the iPhone X without a contract plan and on top of that, you also get to enjoy an additional RM100 off.
The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has been slaving away tinkering and adjusting the scale of the annual Budget announcement. Being hard hit by drops in oil trade prices due to an excess of supply and micromanaging the qualms of 1MDB, our Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has a lot on his hands – if that wasn’t clear enough. But will the ICT market win or lose when Budget 2016 is read?
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The devastating floods affecting Malaysia’s East Cost recently is taking a massive toll on over 200,000 people. Naturally will want to return to their normal live as soon as possible but witnessing the devastation first hand, many will find it difficult to even know where to start. It’s good news then that some corporations are looking at ways to ease the burden of those directly affected by the disaster.
One such organisation is Telekom Malaysia. In addition to sending a number of volunteers to flood-hit areas to help in the logistics and distributions of much needed aid supplies, the company has announced that it will provide a half-month rebate for the month of December. At the same time, TM will be holding off their January 2015 bill as it continues to restore the much damaged telecommunication infrastructure and services at the flood-hit areas in stages. The billing for customers will also resume in stages as and when their services are restored.
On top of that, TM will also replace all its Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) sets and affected customers will be receiving a new set in stages, as they start returning to or rebuilding their homes. TM will be announcing the procedure and process of the CPE sets’ replacement soon.
Tan Sri Zamzamzairani Mohd Isa, Group Chief Executive Officer, TM, said: “We completely emphatise and sympathise with our customers on the hardship they are facing. We realise that some customers will certainly need some reprieve in their financial obligations at this crucial time.