Now that U Mobile has finally made its move in the telco price war, how does it compare to the other affordable postpaid plans offered by other telcos – Celcom First Basic 38 that offers 3GB of data for RM38/month, and Digi’s SmartPlan 50 promotion that offers 3GB of data for RM36/month?
Maxis is now offering a 10,400mAh powerbank for free when you purchase a device with a plan on its online store. This offer is valid for every devices offered on its Online Store, except for the Samsung Galaxy S6, which gets its own freebie including a clear cover and battery pack.
It shouldn’t happen, and yet news of consumers racking up eye-wateringly high bills due to data roaming charges keep cropping up. With the world becoming ever smaller and ever so connected, it is becoming increasingly important and unavoidable to stay connected – even when you’re in other countries for work (or for holiday, for that matter). Want to make sure how to not experience a five-figure sum in your next telco bill? Better yet, want to know how you can even minimise the costs of data roaming? Read on!
It’s only been a couple of weeks since Xiaomi launched the Mi 4i here in Malaysia and if you haven’t gotten it yet, you may now do so via Maxis and Celcom. The two telcos recently added the latest Xiaomi smartphone to its phone bundles, offering it from as low as RM199 and RM488 respectively.
The prepaid mobile industry is definitely getting very competitive. In September 2013, Maxis announced its #Hotlink that offers basic internet at 64kbps for free. Just last week, Celcom Xpax announced a new Magic SIM that offers the same thing, so how do these two prepaid plans stack up against one another?
If you’re planning a trip overseas soon, Hotlink is offering unlimited data usage on WhatsApp, Facebook and usage on m.twitter.com for only RM10. It even comes with free high-speed data quota, and most attractive of all, free basic internet usage once you’ve used up the free high-speed data.