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.
Malaysians always complain for slow broadband services,expensive bills. TM,as the ‘monopoly player’ in the country,finally introduces two new home fibre services,named as Unifi Advance Plan,to the public.
These new plans,however,unlike the existing VIP plans,provide asymmetrical speeds. For new Unifi 30Mbps priced starting from RM179 as promotion price,it’s 30Mbps for downlink,5Mbps for uplink;for 50Mbps plan priced starting from RM229 as promotion price,it’s 50Mbps for downlink & 10Mbps for uplink.
All new plans are bundled with HyppTV packs and the total price will be varied due to different HyppTV pack you choose.The details for new Unifi 30Mbps are as below:
You can enjoy free services such as HyppTV Everywhere on 2 devices,installation & Activation,DECT phone,500MB/day for TM WiFi,HyppTV set-top-box and Residential Gateway. The charge for voice call will be flat rate 20 sen/minute nationwide.
If you wanna enjoy faster speed(50Mbps download) or more premium channels or others,you could subscribe add-ons. Continue reading Unifi introduces new 30Mbps/50Mbps home fiber services with some add-ons
OS X El Capitan has been long awaited because Yosemite is not closer to most users’ expectations. So in 10.11,Apple tries to fine tune all aspects and make it more productive.
Firstly,split view is introduced in OS X El Capitan. That will be very helpful for people who has a big display and always need to open up two or more windows to deal with stuff. Continue reading OS X El Capitan Preview
In today’s Google I/O,Google disclosed the next Android version- Android M. No major changes on design, it’s more on improving from the fundamentals.
In Android M, users are allowed to decide whether to grant permissions for some app. Currently some security apps have provided the same functions like this,but Google wants to build it into system level to enable users controlling it.
- App links:
Android allows apps to link with URLs for long time. Now on Android M, it allows apps to link with other apps so that the experience on multitasking could be much more smooth than before.
“Doze” is introduced in Android M. It uses motion detectors to know whether the device has been unattended for a while and manages to back off some background activities,refreshing less than normal for longer battery hours. Continue reading Know Android M in 5 minutes