What might looked like just another random car accident in Kuantan, the violent reaction from the young lady against an elderly man in this video is enough to make it go viral. Nicknamed as the #CDM25 incident which is a reference to the registration number of the Peugeot 208 that was driven by the lady, it has sparked plenty of reaction not only among local netizens but also throughout the country.
Even DiGi has joined the bandwagon as well and has offered to fix the vehicles that were involved in the accident.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been out in the market for quite sometime now and here’s the inevitable – price revision. According to Maxis, the retail price of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is now RM2,149, a drop from RM2,399. With that, Maxis also revised its phone bundle for the flagship smartphone from the South Korean company so hit the break to find out more.
Good news for those who wish to get the Samsung Galaxy S5, Celcom is currently having a road show in Mid Valley Megamall, allowing you to get a Samsung Galaxy S5 for “free”. Nothing is completely free of course, the catch is that you’ll have to sign up for a contract with the telco, and pay a rather expensive monthly plan.
Update: The new pay-per-use mobile internet also comes with a “safety net” for accidental usage. Find out more after the break
Hate telco bill shocks because you forgot to turn off your data and you’re not subscribed to a data plan? Maxis has just announced a “Worry-Free Surfing Promise”. You can surf the internet with no worries at all because you’ll never get charged for over RM50 for all your pay-per-use mobile internet.
In our busy lives today, we often lose contact with our friends, and thanks to the Internet and social media, the distance between two people becomes further and further away. U Mobile has recently announced a “Project Buah Tangan” that aims to reconnect Malaysians through a simple practice that has been largely forgotten – the act of giving.
Now that Celcom has announced a new plan for its iPhone 5S bundles at only RM48 a month, how does it stack up against what Maxis and DiGi have got to offer with their similar monthly commitment bundles? We compared the new RM48 plan from Celcom, Maxis’ iValue Simple and the latest iDiGi 50 so hit the break to check them out.
It looks like Celcom is on a roll here. On top of announcing new iPhone 5S promotions and Sony Xperia T2 Ultra bundles, the telco has just introduced a new postpaid plan called the Celcom First One, an Internet plan that offers a generous amount of data from as low as RM68 a month; no prize for those who guess who Celcom is trying to troll here. Yup, Celcom is pointing the barrel straight at Maxis.
If you’re looking for a new smartphone with telco subsidy, Celcom is without a doubt your best bet. The telco has just announced a Sony Xperia T2 Ultra bundle, offering the device from as low as RM638; that’s up to RM661 off the retail price of RM1,299. As usual, the telco is offering the phablet with its Celcom First postpaid plans with a 12- or 18-months contract.
Bummed out about the iPhone 5S promotion from Celcom that was announced yesterday because you do not qualify for the offer? No worries because Celcom has unveiled new bundles for its iPhone 5S, going from as low as RM48/month. Previously only available with its Celcom First voice plans, these new bundles are more data-centric and the more expensive one even comes complete with free calls and SMS.
Need a new second mobile phone for emergencies, or looking for a new phone for your parents? Ninetology is now giving out its basic mobile phone – the Ninetology Vox Class, for free when you purchase a Tune Talk SIM Pack and top up for RM118. The SIM Pack bundle comes with RM100 worth of airtime which will be credited back to your account over the span of four months.