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P1 offers More Quota via its Latest Promotion

Packet One Networks (Malaysia) or better known as P1 is offering more data quota via its latest promotion.

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With the latest promotion, P1’s home broadband plan, ‘ForHome’ will for a limited time comes with 50% more quota for its 12-and 24-month plans. Those who opt for 24-month plans will be rewarded further with up to 5GB more of monthly quota and on top of that, get free phone service and up to 300 minutes of monthly free calls to any fixed, mobile plus selected IDD numbers.

The same offer applies to P1’s ‘OnePlan’, a 2-in-1 value plan for those needing both home and on-the-go broadband. Consumers just need to add RM30 to their monthly bill for an on-the-go broadband that comes with free MiFi.

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As for P1’s on-the-go broadband, the “ToGo” plan offers up to 5GB more quota monthly, and comes with free MiFi for its mid and high plans. P1’s quotas are ‘all-time’ quotas, meaning they can be utilised day and night without time cap limitations.

“The Internet is rich and colourful with sounds and scenes but you need to have enough quotas to enjoy everything it has to offer. However, quotas can be expensive. Our promo gives you the quota without the high price, I just hope everyone grabs this opportunity to enjoy the Internet freely,” said Shirley Ah Yong, Director of Brand & Marketing.

Shirley shared that P1 subscribers’ top three online activities are video streaming, social media networking and content downloading and average usage per user stands at a high of Aside from the content itself, broadband sharing at home or on users or devices are connected simultaneously also places demand on usage quota.

For more information on this promotional offer, please visit the P1 website.

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