If you can’t subscribe to UniFi or Streamyx at home, TM has just announced its new Unifi Wireless Broadband. This is a contract-free 4G broadband service that lets you connect your household with no hacking or installation required.
At the moment, UniFi TV (formerly known as HyppTV) Varnam, Aneka and Ruby pack subscribers can enjoy free premium access to Viu. This offers on-demand TV series from China, Japan and Korea for free without commercials. Unfortunately, this bundle offer will be terminated very soon.
TM has just announced a special Unifi Mobile package for teachers which will provide them with unlimited data, calls and SMS. This Unifi Mobile “Jasa Pack” is introduced as part of TM’s partnership with the Ministry of Education to embark on a digital education transformation initiative.
TM has stopped offering its 20GB free data SIM offer a month after they had introduced its new Unifi Mobile service. Before this, anyone can register for a free Unifi Mobile SIM Pack which comes preloaded with 20GB of LTE data with bundled calls and SMS. On top of that, each individual can register up to 5 SIM cards and you can collect it for free at your nearest TM Unifi outlet.
If you haven’t registered for a Unifi Mobile SIM, here’s their new offer.
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.
TM’s UniFi TV (formerly known as HyppTV) is now offering 50% off on its movies on demand. If you missed some of last year’s blockbuster hits, you can watch them at the comfort of your home for only RM5 per movie.
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 is embarking on another rebranding exercise for one of its existing services. This time, it is their IPTV service, HyppTV, which was first introduced in 2010 with Unifi broadband.
Similar to webe, the IPTV service will be rebranded under a single brand name with the aim of providing the best experience to its customers.