With all the talk about mobile internet plans and their fees, Celcom understands how important the internet is to its customers, which is why the company has unveiled two new plans – the First Blue Internet and First Gold Internet – to give more data at the same price of RM45 and RM100 respectively.
Not to be confused with the original First plans, these plans are focused on internet only, which is why they does not come bundled with any calls or SMS. The First Blue Internet has a monthly commitment fee of RM45 a month, comes with a total of 6GB mobile internet – 2GB data, 2GB Celcom Wi-Fi, and 2GB distributed on weekends (500MB each week). The First Blue plan also allows for up to 2GB of unused quota to be carried forward.
On the other hand, the First Gold Internet plan has 6GB of mobile data, 6GB of Celcom Wi-Fi, coupled with the 4GB of mobile internet that gets distributed on weekends (1GB each week). So, where does the remaining 24GB come from?
Celcom has allocated 12GB of mobile data to be used during off-peak hours (1am – 7am), while the other 12GB is to be used on Celcom Wi-Fi. Combined with the aforementioned bundled internet, that is how customers get a total of 40GB of mobile data quota. Customers should also know that unused quota of up to 6GB can be carried forward to the following month.
Not only that, the new First Internet plans can soon be bundled with both the iPad Mini 4 16GB and 64GB variants, as well as the iPad Pro 128GB model, starting from as low as RM1,268. These plans may not have any calls or SMS bundled, but it somehow does allow SMSes at 20 sen each, and comes with 12 months of Yonder Music subscription for free like the rest of the First plans.
Now that Celcom has introduced an all-new First Gold plan to offer even more mobile data, whether it is on Celcom Wi-Fi or during the wee hours of the night, any takers for the data-only First Gold plans?