Almost one year ago, Maxis launched the first 4G LTE network in Malaysia.But at that time, it was only available to heavy data users and later,it was extended to some postpaid users. Celcom almost did the way once it launched the 4G LTE service.
After one year of enhancements, Maxis and Celcom finally get ready to provide 4G LTE service to more customers and now their prepaid users can enjoy the REAL high speed mobile internet .
U Mobile just launches 4G LTE service today after Maxis,Celcom and Digi.However,unlike other mobile telcos only started to provide 4G LTE service to data subscribers or postpaid users,U Mobile opens the service to all their customers.
At current stage,only small amounts of areas will get covered:Puchong,Subang,Taman Molek,JB and at Berjaya Times Square.The details for the coverage in Puchong and Subang are as below:
- Puchong: Along IOI Mall,Setia Walk and Bandar Puteri .
- Subang: SS12,SS13,SS14,SS15 and USJ Taipan.
As U Mobile was awarded 2600Mhz frequency for 4G LTE service only,Apple 4G-enabled products such as iPhone5/5C/5S/iPad mini/iPad mini 2/iPad 4G LTE/iPad Air are not able to access U Mobile’s 4G LTE network. Continue reading
DiGi just updated the broadband coverage map showing the 4G LTE network they’re currently running.
Celcom finally reveals the date of officially launching 4G LTE service on the website.It’s tomorrow (23 April 2013) with limited offer for first 1,000 subscribers who sign up for Celcom First Data Pro.
Celcom First Data Pro needs to be paid RM138 monthly for 10GB data volume up to 50Mbps .However,if you’re one of the first 1,000 subscribers,you could get your 4G LTE modem+3 months free subscriptions for only RM199.The following Blue Cube outlets are open for registration of that offer from 23 April:
TM Streamyx recently adds a new 8Mbps plan for RM160 monthly into the existing product lines to give some choices to the users who want to get the faster speed,but haven’t covered by Unifi service.
The 8 Mbps BB Deal could be applied by new and existing users.However,due to the technical limitation,some applicants may not able to get that plan as the speed is hard to be reachable.You could check the availability of coverage here.
You could subscribe/upgrade the service online or pay a visit to the nearest TM Point.