If need to use more than 20GB a month on your smartphone, Yes 4G has just introduced its new KONFEM 4G LTE prepaid add-on. This is their new unlimited prepaid offering where you can get unlimited usage for only RM30/month.
Just recently, both Celcom and Unifi have introduced their LTE-based home wireless broadband plans. They are a hassle-free solution for those who can’t get fibre connectivity for the home. Despite Celcom offering up to 1TB of data for video streaming, there are those who prefer unlimited quota without costing a bomb.
If you’re looking for an alternative, Yes is now offering unlimited LTE data that you can enjoy from as low as RM99.
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.
To spice up your prepaid internet experience, Digi is introducing its Internet Cili Padi passes. It gives you unlimited access to your favourite apps from as little as RM1 for 24 hours. The passes cover a collection of apps including entertainment, social and instant messaging.
Prepaid is getting even competitive in Malaysia as telcos are dishing out more data with free unlimited features. Just recently, U Mobile had introduced its latest prepaid offering that offers unlimited data for music, social, instant messaging plus extra data for video streaming.
If you’re looking for a different network, Hotlink has responded with their new RED prepaid plan. Instead of offering free 999GB data just for Facebook, the new plan comes with free non-stop internet for either social and chat apps.
U Mobile, the telco that offers the best prepaid plan in town is back with a new UMI plan. If you’ve been craving for more unlimited enjoyment, the UMI 36 plan will definitely sweep you off your feet.
U Mobile, the telco that’s known for unlimited streaming and unlimited data plans is now introducing a tourist prepaid SIM card that comes with unlimited data. The co-branded WeChat Go SIM will provide Chinese tourists with unlimited social messaging and free data to stream videos out of China.
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.
Maxis is currently having a promo for its all-in-one MaxisONE Prime offering. It was launched last month with a starting price of RM367/month and it gives you true unlimited high-speed data for both the home and while on the go.
As part of its Year End Sale promo, Maxis is offering a free speed upgrade where you can get 50Mbps at the price of a 30Mbps plan.
Digi is giving its prepaid customers an unlimited usage experience with its new Super Tererrr add-ons. It gives you 12 hours of unlimited internet usage plus 24 hours of unlimited voice calls.
With Malaysian families getting more connected than ever, Maxis has introduced an interesting new product that provides unlimited data for the entire household. With MaxisONE Prime, you can get a fixed fibre broadband plus mobile postpaid line which gives you unlimited calls, SMS and data which can be extended to 4 family members.
What looks like a brand new MVNO (riding on Maxis’ network) has popped up on our radar. It’s called ookyo and it claims to offer “unlimited internet” for RM30/month. But, after a little digging, ookyo seems more like a Maxis sub-brand — kind of like Happy to Digi back in the day — than an MVNO.