It looks like U Mobile is having a very healthy start for the year 2014, on top of new prepaid offerings unveiled about a week ago including a New U Prepaid Plan with free internet and an enhanced UMI plans, the telco also has got something new for postpaid users – new Unlimited 50 and Unlimited 80 that are equipped with Internet and Call Sharing services.
As of 17 January 2014, that’s tomorrow, U Mobile will be replacing its existing U58 and U88 postpaid plans with these new options while still retaining the U28 postpaid plan. Unlimited 50 and Unlimited 80 costs RM50 and RM80 a month respectively, and comes bundled with free high-speed data (4G LTE available), free calls and free SMS as well, with more affordable call rates compared to the old plans.
The new Unlimited 50 and Unlimited 80 comes with Internet Sharing feature that allow users to share the same plan with up to three devices (including the principal line) at RM10/SIM. Each additional SIM card will have their individual number that can be used as a 2nd line or act as a Family line.
So what’s new with these postpaid plans compared to the old ones? Hit the break for a comparison, and find out how you can stand a chance to win a pair of Samsung Galaxy Note 3, a luxurious holiday stay and more.
U Mobile postpaid plans: New vs. Old
In conjunction with the new plans and the upcoming Chinese New Year and Valentines Day celebration, U Mobile also has some special promotion for its U Card members with freebies and more. First up, U Mobile has launched the ‘8 for ’28 Spring Festival promo where U Card members can enjoy free mobile devices, vouchers, U Card points and many other freebies with the 8 participating merchants. The promo will last for 28 days starting 18 January 2014.
In addition to that, U Mobile subscribers can also celebrate this Valentines Day with their U Card by participating in a mobile game app to stand a chance to win a pair of Samsung Galaxy Note 3, romantic dinner treats and luxurious hotel stays under the “U’ Are my Valentine” initiative. The details for these events have not been unveiled yet so stay tuned as we keep you updated. Meanwhile, if you are a U Mobile subscriber and haven’t already gotten your U Card, you may do so now at U Mobile for free lifetime membership.