In conjunction with Ramadhan, Yoodo, the fully customisable mobile plan is giving 20GB of free data for new subscribers. The SIM can be ordered for free and the free data can be valid up to a full month.
Yoodo wants you to reward you for inviting your friends and family to their network. If you’re not familiar with Yoodo, they are a fully customisable plan where you can decide the amount of call minutes, SMS and data you need each month. With its Refer 2 Earn program, you can earn RM20 of credit in your Yoodo wallet for each successful SIM activation that’s done via your unique link.
Yoodo is a new digital telco and it prides itself to be Malaysia’s fully customisable plan. Since it’s like a hybrid-prepaid offering, there are no bills to worry and there are no pay per use charges that could eat away your credit unknowingly.
As Yoodo is very different from the conventional plan, they took the opportunity to poke fun at traditional telcos.
Yoodo is having a special CNY promo where you can enjoy more data for less. For a limited time, you can get 8GB of data for only RM8 and you can add-on more as you wish.
If you hate your current mobile plan, there’s a new player in town. Yoodo is Malaysia’s first fully customisable mobile plan that finally puts the freedom of choice at your fingertips. It’s also fully digital, allowing you to take full control of your plan at any time through an app.
Is Yoodo the plan for you? Here are 7 reasons why you should make the switch.
Yoodo was launched last week and they claim to offer Malaysia’s first fully customisable mobile plan. Like the recent introduction of digital telco services, this is a service which you can only subscribe online through their official app.
If you’re clueless about Yoodo, here are 5 things that you need to know.
The brand believes that “you” as the consumer can do things better and that’s why they are offering a fully customisable mobile plan.
UPDATE: Yoodo is now official.
If you’re looking for more options in the telco space, there’s a new player in town. It isn’t clear if they are offering a postpaid or a prepaid plan, but it promises something different from the usual traditional plans.