We’ve reported that XOX Mobile unveiled its very own postpaid plan. The company has made it official with a special launch event, combined with a recognition awards ceremony. Dato’ Lee Chong Wei was also present to officiate XOX Mobile’s new postpaid plans.
These postpaid plans are roughly similar to the one found on its website. There are three postpaid plans – Super 58, Ultra 108, Pro 158 – all of them comes with a 24-month contract. Super 58 has a monthly commitment fee of RM50 that comes with 1GB of 4G LTE data, 210 minutes of free calls and 100 free SMS to all networks.
On the other hand, the Ultra 108 costs RM100 a month, but has a higher mobile data quota of 3.5GB. Not only that, it comes bundled with 310 minutes of free calls and 150 SMS to all networks. The most expensive offering from XOX Mobile is the Pro 158 plan. The monthly commitment fee is RM150 a month, but it comes with 4.5GB of mobile data, 520 minutes of free calls, and 300 free SMS to all networks.
Although the postpaid plans from XOX Mobile are a little pricey compared to other telcos, it’s different in the sense that the telco gives its users a number of ways to reduce their monthly bill (or even earn a small income) via incentives. Activation incentives will also be given to the user when he/she becomes a referral to any new subscriber. Not only that, the trailing incentive gives participating subscribers a 6% return, and a maximum Performance Profit Sharing of 13% can be obtained for users who manage to bring in more subscribers. These incentives are applicable for all plans ranging from the most affordable Super 58 plan to the Pro 158 plan.
To encourage XOX Mobile users to bring in new subscribers, the company is giving a minimum six-year free bill, and also cash rewards of up to RM2,000 will be given to users who can get 20 new users to switch to XOX’s new postpaid plans.
XOX Mobile currently has a total of 920,000 subscribers, with 15,000 of them being postpaid customers. The company expects to have 300,000 postpaid customers by next year. We’re not sure why the mobile plan’s information chart isn’t consistent with the one we have, but to check it out for yourself, you can head on to the official postpaid plan’s webpage here.