DiGi’s LTE journey generally begins in 2011 when the telco announced a large scale network upgrade throughout the country dubbed as “The Tomorrow Network” which include LTE capability. Two years later, the telco then begun to offer LTE for broadband and tablet customer which then followed by smartphones and prepaid. Fast forward to today, DiGi has claimed that its LTE network is now large enough to cover 50% of Malaysia’s population.
U Mobile has just unveiled its iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus plans. Just like the existing iPhone bundles, the telco will offer these latest iPhones with a postpaid and prepaid plan, and as expected, you can apply for MicroCredit with Flexi Instalments. U Mobile also has a trade-in offer to buy the new iPhones, offering rebates as much as RM1,900 for your old smartphone.
Telekom Malaysia has something to say about smartphones, but is not saying much about it. The telco posted a cryptic Tweet saying that “The smartphone unlike any other needs a broadband unlike any other. Everything changes a day earlier.” The fact that the date listed is a day before the iPhone 6S launches in Malaysia could be a clue.
As expected, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus preorders in Malaysia has already started. Starting from 12am, 9 October 2015, Maxis and Digi have already unveiled their iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s plans and pricing, and if you wish to get one for yourself, hit the break to see their plans.
There are plenty of postpaid plans that comes bundled with calls & SMS, as well as data, but for those who just need internet, Celcom has a new plan for you. The telco recently introduced a new data-centric postpaid plan – Celcom First Basic 85 Internet, that comes with up to 21GB of data each month.