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OpenSignal has just published a new State of Mobile Report for Malaysia and this time they are giving a clearer look at 5 big cities in Peninsular Malaysia. In the last report that was published in April this year, Maxis took first place in download speeds across both 4G and 3G. With the latest report, Maxis continues to lead while Celcom has also shown improvement when it comes to speed and 4G availability.
In conjunction with the Malaysia Day celebrations, Unifi Mobile has just introduced a new unlimited data promo that gives you 30 days of unlimited data for only RM55. This is applicable on its #BEBAS prepaid plan that offers no expiry on credit provided that the line is kept active.
TM’s Unifi Mobile is still free to register and you can order the SIM card for free. In case you missed it, it’s a prepaid service which promises that your credit will never expire, provided there’s usage every 90 days. If you plan on signing up, TM has revised their promo and they are offering only 1/5 of what they used to offer.
To encourage more reloads on Unifi Mobile, TM is kicking off a Bebas2njoy campaign where you can stand a chance to win a brand new car every month plus weekly prizes. All you’ll need to do is to reload and buy a data add-on for your Unifi Mobile SIM.
As we all know, the Ministry of Finance has made an announcement that GST will be zero-rated from 1 June 2018. With that, Telekom Malaysia (TM) has just announced that they will be complying the 0% GST charge for all their services as well. This covers all TM products including Unifi Broadband, Unifi Wireless and Unifi Mobile (formerly Webe).
We’re all for cryptic teasers. Teasers that don’t reveal too much but are enticing enough that you wouldn’t want to miss it when everything’s revealed. And if we’re talking about cryptic teasers, TM‘s latest teaser has to be the most cryptic one I’ve seen yet.
All we have to work with from the telecommunications giant is….an onion?
If you haven’t try Unifi Mobile, its free SIM offer has been extended until 30 June 2018. You can enjoy a total of 30GB of Free LTE data which will never expire as long as you keep your SIMs active.
Webe’s unlimited postpaid plan is no more and if you want to sign up for a new plan, your only option from TM is Unifi Mobile. The prepaid plan comes with free data and it offers no expiry on your credit as long as there’s usage.
If you’re looking for unlimited usage, Unifi Mobile has just introduced its new #BEBAS2NJOY add-ons that provide unlimited data from as little as RM3.
It has been more than 5 years since 4G LTE was officially rolled out in Malaysia. Today, there are six 4G LTE operators in the country and the cost of data is so much more affordable than before.
As more users are switching to 4G thanks to a wide range of affordable smartphones, can our mobile networks cope with the rising demand for data? OpenSignal, which crowdsource network performance data from smartphone users have just published their latest report specifically for Malaysia. This is their third report and you probably won’t be surprised with the results.
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