It’s the time of the year again, MCMC recently announced that it has issued our local telcos a total of 23 compounds amounting to RM1.01 million. The compounds have been issued to key local players like Digi, Maxis, Celcom, U Mobile, Tune Talk and XOX for dropped call issues and improper registration for prepaid users.
Being a multiracial country, Malaysia is blessed with plenty of festive seasons throughout the year. In conjunction with these celebrations, many companies took the opportunity to produce advertorials or short films to go together with the respective occasion. Of course, things are no different for this year’s Chinese New Year as well.
Over the past two weeks, we asked our readers to vote on our first Community Choice Awards. Now that voting has closed, we’ve tabulated the entries (and weeded out multiple entries of the same name), let’s proceed to announcing the winners of the inaugural Lowyat.NET 2014 Community Choice Awards!
Want a BlackBerry Passport but don’t wish to sign up for a contract with a telco and get tied up for up to two whole years? Tune Talk is now offering not only the original BlackBerry Passport, but also the red coloured one, and as with all devices offered by Tune Talk, it does not come with any contract though, you might want to stay active for a couple of months to enjoy the benefits they offer.
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.