From the telco that gave the most data in town, comes a new postpaid plan that’s even more awesome. With more unlimited plans popping up in the local scene, U Mobile wants to unlock your smartphone’s full potential with a plan that gives you unrestricted freedom at an unbeatable price. It’s the ultimate plan for the speed demon in you.
The highly anticipated iPhone X is finally available for pre-order today and it will be released officially in Malaysia on 24 November 2017. As usual, we have the big 4 telcos offering the latest iPhone on contract. Since the iPhone X would cost you at least RM5,149 for the base model, it is probably better to get it on a contract to enjoy substantial subsidies.
Question is, which Malaysian telco has the best plan for you? We hope to answer that with our telco comparison.
Have you always avoided making and answering phone calls while travelling overseas? You’re not alone and most people are afraid of getting bill shocks after returning from their trips.
As mobile technology gets better over the years, using your phone for basic phone calls is still ridiculously expensive and often confusing to understand. Why must it be this way? To cut the clutter and to make phone calls worry free outside of Malaysia, U Mobile is offering flat roaming rates for voice call & SMS when you travel overseas.
Mobile data on smartphones are crucial these days and telcos around the world are offering more data to keep up with rising demand. Over the years, the cost of data has come down significantly while telcos have continued with their expansion of their 4G coverage.
So which telco has the best network in the country? If you’re curious, OpenSignal has published its latest findings in its State of Mobile Networks: Malaysia report that’s dated October 2017.
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The latest iPhone 8 has finally landed in Malaysia. It now comes with an all-glass design for a more elegant look and it also supports wireless charging for greater convenience.
With all the possibilities on the latest iPhone, you’ll need a plan that gives you more than just free calls. When it comes to the internet, why limit yourself with fixed quota? The best phone deserves a plan that gives you true data freedom, and nobody does unlimited better than U Mobile.
Overall, the iPhone 8 costs more than last year’s iPhone 7. The base model starts from RM3,649 and it comes with 64GB of storage. If you plan to buy it with substantial subsidies, getting it on contract is probably the best way to go. So which telco should you go for? We’ve compared all the iPhone 8 plans for your easy reference.
Apart from the big 3, the iPhone 8 is also available from U Mobile. The orange telco is now accepting pre-orders with the iPhone 8 going from as low as RM2,140 while the iPhone 8 Plus can be yours from RM2,575 with a 24-month contract.
U Mobile usually offers the latest iPhone on both prepaid and postpaid but now it looks like they are only offering the iPhone 8 with just two postpaid plans during the pre-order period.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 has finally arrived in Malaysia. It is the best flagship smartphone yet that’s designed to help you do bigger things for both work and play. To find out more, here are 8 cool things you can do on the Galaxy Note8.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is now available for pre-order in Malaysia between 5 to 10 September 2017. Retailing at RM3,999, this is the most expensive Samsung Galaxy Note yet but you can enjoy substantial subsidy if you get it on contract.
So which telco or plan should you go for? We have compared our current telco offers from Celcom, Digi, Maxis, U Mobile and Yes 4G for your easy reference. This includes their device pricing, bundled minutes, sms, data and their minimum cost of ownership. At the moment, all telcos are only offering the Galaxy Note8 with a 24-month contract.