Days ago,Mi Malaysia official facebook account teased that Mi 5 was on the way coming to Malaysia.Surprisingly today,at the same channel,it announced that the phone will be sold by its local distributor Thorus starting from this coming Saturday – 18 June 2016.
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.
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.
U Mobile is really busy to push out new competitive plans recently. It seems to be offering the cheapest postpaid plan with unlimited calls and 7GB data in Malaysia.