TM’s Unifi Mobile is now official and this replaces webe as their new mobility brand. During its launch yesterday, TM has announced that they are giving away 1 million SIM cards for free and it’s applicable to everyone including non-TM subscribers.
Here’s all you need to know about TM’s new prepaid offering.
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TM has recently discontinued its webe postpaid service and they are about to introduce a new offering under its Unifi branding. We can now confirm that TM will be doing prepaid and it’s called Unifi Mobile. Its official app has appeared on both Android and iOS platforms, which provided us with more details of their upcoming plan.
After a number of “last calls”, webe has finally closed its postpaid plan for new registrations. If you we’re planning to get webe’s never-ending data, calls and SMS plan, the last day to signup was 12 January 2018.
TM’s telecommunication offering will be complete with the launch of its new 4G mobile service that’s happening on 13th April. At the moment, they have a triple play lineup with Fibre Internet, voice services and a formidable IPTV offering. Having a mobile service will be the final piece of the puzzle as TM will be able to cover users both at home and while on the go.
According to TM’s group CEO Tan Sri Zamzamzairani Mohd Isa in an interview with TheStar, it’s going to be exciting and they are on track to roll out its mobile service through P1.
For a long time now, the 4G operator scene in Malaysia has been dominated by four companies — Celcom, Digi, Maxis and U Mobile. However, at the end of last year, we reported that there would be a new player entering the scene in 2016 and it seems this could be it.
The mobile industry is a booming one, with more and more industry players want to get a slice of it, be it manufacturers or telco providers. Set to be the latest horse to enter the race, TM is setting its sights on a 2016 entry into the mobile telco industry in Malaysia. This will complicate things, to say the least, for the existing four players – Maxis, Celcom, Digi and U Mobile.