[First in Malaysia] – Xpax now allows to carry forward the unused Internet quota

Celcom’s prepaid brand- Xpax just released its new Internet plans recently.

The new Internet plans are said to be from 90 Sen daily and fit all kinds of customers’ needs.3 monthly plans are available now : RM28(1GB),RM38(2GB),RM58(4GB).Of course,you could choose the weekly plan RM10(300MB) or the biweekly plan RM20(800MB).Xpax customers could continue to surf with no extra charge at 64kbps as long as the Internet plan is active. In addition to this, Xpax customers also could enjoy free WiFi(same quota as your Internet plan) by connecting to Celcom WiFi Hotspots.

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Hotlink & Xpax is on 4G now

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 .

 

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Oh,Celcom has white iPhone4 too

Celcom officially works out iPhone4 plans today together with releasing white iPhone4.

The packages are with a very wide range-from prepaid to postpaid.

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Celcom releases another crazy product

Today maybe is a crazy day for Malaysia’s mobile service providers.In the morning I just blogged about Umobile RM28 prepaid data+voice plan,later I received the news about Celcom updated Xpax prepaid plan offering 28cen for every 10 minutes talking time in the same network or for every 5 minutes talking time in different network.

It’s really good for those people who like to have a long conversation on their mobile phones.I feel that as the mobile market in Malaysia is already saturated,mobile service providers start to reduce the rates to attract more potential customers to take their services.

I think DiGi is the one suffer the most in this battle because most of their customers are low-mid class who are quite concerning about the rates.I’m interested in how DiGi will fight against the competitors.Will it be the smarter choice?Let’s wait and see.