No, seriously, that’s what TuneTalk is saying with its latest announcement for its 4G LTE service. The service is currently rolling out to winners of its recent contest last week, who are now receiving their 4G LTE SIM cards.
Offering download speeds between 10 Mbps to 30Mbps, TuneTalk’s network is riding on Celcom, though TuneTalk has not revealed the coverage areas for the new 4G LTE service. What it has revealed is in an FAQ on its page, addressing common questions that may arise from consumers.
Currently, the 4G LTE service is only rolling out to select TuneTalk customers who have received an SMS with the offer of upgrading to the 4G LTE network. Those who accept the offer will then be assisted by a customer care representative to assist in the SIM card change. For those who have not received the SMS, TuneTalk will roll out the new service to all of its customers “at a later date”.
— Khir Omar (@KhirOmar) February 5, 2015
Those who are using the new 4G LTE SIM cards can continue to use their current data plans offered by TuneTalk, but can also upgrade to plans with higher mobile Internet quota to fully enjoy the “#&%@ fast Internet”.
Beyond that, there is little information revealed by TuneTalk, though more should be revealed when the full roll out takes place. The full FAQ can be viewed here.