U Mobile,the smallest Mobile Network Operator(up to date) in Malaysia,launched Wifi calling feature which allows users to make/receive calls over Wifi natively.
Owning a car,you have to pay for petrol,maintenance,road tax and insurance,any of them could make a burden. Etiqa Takaful Motor Insurance does have a “Takaful and Surplus Distribution” clause which could ease a bit of stress.
I just received my cheque amounting at RM 100.8 from Etiqa. It’s the surplus sharing for the last year’s participation. I remembered that I paid RM1200+- for the total coverage and so I consider it as a 8.4% rebate. Continue reading Surplus sharing from Etiqa Takaful Motor Insurance
TIME quietly refreshed their home fibre internet plans recently.No more slow broadband from TIME- from 100Mbps up to 500Mbps is available within TIME Fibre network coverage map,pricing from RM 149 monthly.
No doubt that it’s the best plan in Malaysia up to date. Compared to TM Unifi,you have to pay RM229 for 50Mbps download speed(20Mbps upload) and this is the fastest plan from TM now. For Maxis 100Mbps plan,you have to pay RM 398 monthly which is 2.6 times more expensive than TIME.
However,TIME still only covers limited area and most of them are high rise buildings/high density area.If you are so lucky to stay within the coverage, I think TIME is the best option for the blazing fast internet experience.You can check the coverage over here.
I just hope TIME can cover my apartment,the sooner the better.
U Mobile,as one of the youngest mobile operators in Malaysia,recently plays very actively. The Hero postpaid plan which launched months ago attracts a lot of eyeballs and this time,they introduce Hero Plus plan to give you more excitement.
As what you see,it’s actually a combination with Hero P70 plan(principle line) + Share 50 plan(member line). With this Hero Plus plan, 1 principle line and 1 member line can get 10GB shareable data and unlimited call to all lines. It allows 1 principle line to be attached with up to 3 member lines and get up to 16GB shareable data and in this case,the average cost per line will only be around RM55(if no other pay per use charges).
Frankly speaking, it’s very competitive compared with the plans offering by local big 3 mobile operators(Maxis, Celcom and Digi). What you need to consider is the network coverage. If you’re not sure of it, my suggestion is to buy a piece of prepaid SIM and test it on your phone first. That most probably could clear your doubts.
China’s Xiaomi unleashed their latest below-RMB1,000-range smartphone Redmi Note 3 several days ago.