It looks like the Celcom First One Plan with RM20 rebate isn’t the only Merdeka promotion offered by Celcom. The telco is also offering an all-new PortaWiFi 2.0 that comes with 7GB of all-day data, 14GB of off-peak data, and a free 4G LTE PortaWiFi 2.0 dongle for only RM85 a month, contract applies.
Hotlink is now offering three times more data on its existing Mobile Internet Passes. Get high speed internet from as low as 250MB for RM3 a day, or all the way up to 9GB for RM65 a month. The internet quota will be split into two – half for all-day, and the other half for midnight use (12am to 7am).
Just hours after OnePlus took the curtains off the OnePlus 2, the 2016 flagship killer, Maxis is now teasing the device saying that it’s coming. There are no details at the moment, but it looks like Malaysians won’t have to wait too long to get the device.
[Update] It’s official! More details after the break.
U Mobile’s big event is scheduled for tomorrow, 23 July 2015, but it looks like the promotional materials for the “industry-changing proposition” have already been released. U Mobile will be introducing a new prepaid pack that comes with free basic internet, free high-speed internet every month, free call minutes, and more.
U Mobile’s “Industry-Changing” launch will be happening tomorrow. The telco promises to give consumers “great value in the form of greater voice and mobile data allocations, as well as a string of value-added services”.
We already know that it involves giving “free Internet for life” with their on-going #FreeInternetForLife campaign, but nobody’s sure what exactly will be announced tomorrow. What could it be?
While several telco plan promotions may be over – Celcom is no longer offering its First Basic 38 plan and Digi’s RM36 for its SmartPlan 50 ended just last week, the whole telco war is far from ending. U Mobile just launched a #FreeInternetForLife campaign, which will most likely be launched in the “industry-changing” event that will be happening this Thursday, 23 July 2015. The telco is also giving away 3 iPhone 6 for those who Tweet about the campaign.
Apple and Samsung are reportedly in advanced talks with global GSM providers to introduce a new electronic SIM standard; one that would remove the need for physical SIM cards. The technology itself is not new, and there have been rumours floating around for years; although this latest report seems to indicate that the cardless SIM is drawing nearer.