U Mobile has finally taken the wraps off its brand new postpaid plans. This time round, on top of making data unlimited, they want to make calls affordable and unlimited too. The new Hero Postpaid P38 and P48 plans feature Call-OnzTM, that offers unlimited calls to all networks, for only RM38 and RM48 a month respectively. These are the best value postpaid plans in the market right now that have unlimited calls and data.
Data wise, on top of having 4GB and 5GB of high-speed data respectively, they also offer free unlimited data on App-OnzTM, Music-OnzTM and Waze. App-OnzTM offers unlimited data for access on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter; and Music-OnzTM offers unlimited data for music streaming services with 20 partners such as Spotify, Apple Music, Joox and more. The P48 plan also comes with Video-OnzTM that offers 5GB of additional data for usage on popular video streaming services like YouTube, iflix, Netflix, and more.
The new P38 and P48 plans from U Mobile are definitely very competitively priced. From only RM38 a month, you get Call-OnzTM, and together with all the other products, App-OnzTM, Music-OnzTM, and Video-OnzTM, you have plenty of data to enjoy on your favourite apps and channels without using your monthly core data.
So, how do these new plans compare with other postpaid plans in the market right now?
When compared to other telcos, the new P38 and P48 plans from U Mobile are without a doubt more affordable with better value. The closest competition would be Digi’s Postpaid 50 plan that offers 5GB of weekday and 5GB of weekend data. But, it has only 100 minutes of free call minutes, while the P48 plan offers Call-OnzTM, unlimited calls to all networks, and 5GB high-speed data, plus unlimited data for App-OnzTM, Music-OnzTM, Waze, and an additional 5GB of data for Video-OnzTM.
Depending on your usage pattern, there are advantages to both plans. If you love to video binge, P48 would be the better choice because on top of unlimited Call-OnzTM, and unlimited data for App-OnzTM and Music-OnzTM, you have another 5GB for Video-OnzTM. There is also 5GB of core data for all your other internet activities. All the data can be shared via tethering or hotspot. In addition to that, you do not have to worry what day you use the data on (weekdays or weekends), or what network (2G, 3G, or 4G LTE) you are connected to. On the other hand, Digi Postpaid 50 offers a larger chunk of data. Plus, if you are a heavy data user on weekends, this plan works in your favour too – though it is still a 5GB cap to be mindful of.
Celcom’s First Gold plan is attractive too as it offers similar benefits as U Mobile, but it is more expensive than what U Mobile is offering. At RM80 a month for Celcom First Gold, you can get both the P38 and P48 lines and have better benefits.
U Mobile has always been known as the telco that gives the most value for money plans, and these two latest postpaid plans continues the telco’s legacy. Not only is the telco offering data at an affordable rate, it is now offering unlimited voice calls in a very meaningful way.
So are the new P38 and P48 postpaid plans from U Mobile the best value for money plans in the market right now? From a purely numbers standpoint, without a doubt. Visit U Mobile now for more information. Please note that the P48 plan is only available from 17 April 2017 onwards.
Disclosure: This article was sponsored by U Mobile.