China’s Xiaomi unleashed their latest below-RMB1,000-range smartphone Redmi Note 3 several days ago.
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
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.
This is my very first smartphone made from Meizu.
I ordered from Lazada Malaysia offering to sell at RM699 with free tempered glass screen protector and transparent silicon case(RRP RM799).The item was delivered by its own delivery team Lazada Express. I called customer service several times right after I made the order to ensure that they could deliver it before I have my vacation. Well,they didn’t fail.
Open the box right away! Continue reading Meizu M2 Note Unboxing
The battle among major mobile network service providers in Malaysia has turned to be more and more intensive. Maxis knows that it’ll be very hard to conquer,so they have to make themselves strong enough to lead the game.The first move is showing how fast Maxis could be.
Mobile data service has never been so important to the users. Thanks to smartphones. When traveling ,most people nowadays enjoy to share their wonderful moments by shooting pictures and even videos to the friends. And network speed really matters. I believe no one will feel happy when taking hours to upload one photo.
Maxis wishes to get trust from their customers about their 4G LTE network. Thus, they now set up a dedicated LIVE 4G LTE network speedometer page by updating the test results in multiply locations every 3 hours.
I hope that more mobile service providers can do the same thing so that users could utilize the info to decide which telco they might prefer.