As mentioned earlier, Celcom yesterday has officially launches a trio of roaming passes that its customers are able to utilize when they are abroad. Called Wonderoam, one such passes are available for both Celcom’s postpaid and Xpax prepaid customers for RM 38 per day.
Applicable in 165 countries throughout the world, the Wondroam 1-Day Internet pass is activated automatically for postpaid customers that already enabled international roaming in their account. All they got to do is connect to one of Celcom’s roaming partners at their destination with data quota varies from 50MB to unlimited depending on respective countries.
The pass also comes with “no bill shock” promise by not allowing any data to go through if customers are not connected to Celcom’s preferred roaming partners at their destinations. Meanwhile, prepaid customers are able to obtain Wonderoam 1-Day pass via USSD-based menu.
Interestingly though, Celcom also offers another type of Wonderoam pass for its Xpax prepaid customers which is called Wonderoam 1 Day Social. Priced at RM 10 per day, this particular pass provides 1GB of access to Facebook, Twitter, and Whatsapp alongside 50MB quota of high speed Internet.
Once customers have fully used their high speed Internet quota, they still able to utilize another 50MB of data albeit at a highly reduced speed of 64kbps. For the time being, this pass is only applicable at 10 selected countries.
At the same time, Celcom has also launched Wonderoam 1-Week pass that is available exclusively for First Gold and First Platinum customers. Priced at RM 138 and available at 10 selected countries, it provides such customers with 3GB of Internet together with unlimited amount of calls and SMS – both inbound and outbound.
As weird as this might sound though, the usages of these Wonderoam passes are based on Malaysia’s time zone regardless of users’ destinations. However, it is also stated in this FAQ that users will only be charged once even though they travel to multiple countries within the same day. To learn more about these new Wonderoam passes, head on to Celcom’s official website.