Yoodo is a new digital telco and it prides itself to be Malaysia’s fully customisable plan. Since it’s like a hybrid-prepaid offering, there are no bills to worry and there are no pay per use charges that could eat away your credit unknowingly.
As Yoodo is very different from the conventional plan, they took the opportunity to poke fun at traditional telcos.
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+.
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Hotlink debuts their new Postpaid Flex plan today, and starting from just RM30 a month, you can have a postpaid plan that comes with all the benefits of a prepaid one.
If you hate your current mobile plan, there’s a new player in town. Yoodo is Malaysia’s first fully customisable mobile plan that finally puts the freedom of choice at your fingertips. It’s also fully digital, allowing you to take full control of your plan at any time through an app.
Is Yoodo the plan for you? Here are 7 reasons why you should make the switch.
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.
It appears that Digi is introducing a new prepaid service that’s focused on delivering a fully digital experience. It’s called tapp and it looks like a direct response to ookyo by Maxis.
Unlike ookyo’s unlimited data offering for a collection of apps, tapp gives you full control over how much data, calls and validity you want. What’s interesting is its sell back feature, where you can get back credit for unused data and voice call minutes.
ookyo, the hybrid mobile service by Maxis has just upgraded its high-speed internet quota. In case you didn’t know, ookyo offers unlimited internet access for a selection of apps and for other usages, the plan originally came with 3GB high-speed data and 500MB of basic internet.
UPDATE: SayaKenaHack.com will no longer be operational on Sunday. More details below.
A few weeks ago, Lowyat.net reported that the personal data for millions of Malaysians had been released as part of a huge telco data breach. Now the only place we can check if our data has been compromised is now blocked by MCMC.