Customers bought iPhone 7 at RM7 from Celcom

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus now available in Malaysia via Celcom Axiata. Price from as low as RM98/month with a 24-months contract plan.

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Analyst: iPhone 7 to sell 8 Million more units thanks to Samsung

Analyst Brian White said in a note to investors that Apple's iPhone 7 could get as many as 8 million new buyers after the Note 7 fiasco.

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Digi RoamBorder offers 5GB Internet Roaming in Singapore

Digi RoamBorder allows Digi Postpaid users to enjoy up to 5GB internet roaming quota plus 60 minutes talk time for making and receiving calls.

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U Mobile CreditShare service allows prepaid users to send/receive credits

U Mobile CreditShare airtime transfer service is now available to prepaid subscribers where they can send or receive mobile credit. Powered by Sedania.

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Don’t buy the Galaxy Note7, Replacement units on Fire Videos

Replacement units of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 have started exploding as well. Consumers should stop buying the Note7. Insist for a refund if you have one.

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World’s most secure Android smartphone, BlackBerry DTEK50 now in Malaysia

BlackBerry DTEK50 is now available in Malaysia, available exclusively through leading retail store partners of BrightStar Malaysia at RM1,339.

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Smartphone Growth continues to slow down in 2016 – Gartner

Market research firm, Gartner, Inc. said total mobile phone / smartphone shipments are on pace to decline 1.6% in 2016.

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Average Internet Speed in Malaysia now 6.8Mbps, still slower than Thailand, Australia – Akamai

Malaysia Average Internet Connection Speed was 6.8Mbps in Q2 2016, ranking improved to 68 globally (vs rank 73 in Q1 2016).

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RM80 for 10GB mobile Internet enjoyed by nearly 1 Million customers!

Happiness is here with great value for money. Spend less and do more with this postpaid plan, only RM80/month for 10GB Internet!

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Kantar TNS: 73% of Internet users in Malaysia are active on Instagram

Kantar TNS study reveals that 73% of connected consumers in Malaysia are active on Instagram while only 37% uses SnapChat.

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