In a move that mimics its close rival Maxis, Celcom has apparently added several postpaid options under its prepaid brand Xpax. While the telco has yet to officially announce these plans publicly, they have somehow appeared on its online store as well as through presentation slides that were leaked online earlier today.
Unlike the Hotlink Postpaid Flex plans which were designed to be customizable, these new Xpax Postpaid plans follow the same traditional structures as per the more premium Celcom First postpaid plans. The new Xpax Postpaid plans can be obtained in two tiers:
The Xpax Postpaid Plans can also be obtained as part of device bundle and EasyPhone program. We will detail these plans in separate articles later.
In general, the new Xpax Postpaid plans can be considered as the most affordable postpaid plan in Celcom family. However, there is one huge catch though: these plans are only available for customers that are 25 years old and below which obviously showed the target market that Celcom is going to aim with its new Xpax Postpaid plans.