As you might have heard, TM is currently rolling out speed upgrades to UniFi customers which is said to last until June 2017. Outside of this particular exercise, things haven’t really change much for the service but that might change soon as a rather interesting rumor regarding an entry-level UniFi plan has made its way online.
Fondly referred to as UniFi Lite, the plan will be made available to customers in both HSBB and SUBB areas. Even though it will be rolled out through two different network platforms based on customers’ respective areas, the plan has the same objective: to deliver up to 10Mbps of download speed and 5Mbps of upload speed.
Even though its monthly price is not know at the moment, the UniFi Lite plan might seems to resemble the now defunct UniFi VIP 10 plan. Upon a closer look though, the rumored new plan is quite different for VIP 10 in several ways including the plan’s asynchronous speed as well as the absence of HyppTV set top box.
Also missing from the plan is telephony service although users still able to plug in their own phone. However, each call are charged 20 sen per minute.
Meanwhile, the existence of the service has been generally confirmed through this reply by TM’s customer service who also stated that UniFi Lite will go public sometime this month. With that, we expect to hear official announcement from TM very soon then.
(Source: MY Net Advisor)