iflix, an Internet TV service provider, has partnered with Digi Telecommunication Sdn Bhd to provide direct iflix subscription for Digi customers. Digi customers can now charge their iflix subscriptions (RM10/month for monthly subscriptions or RM8/month for annual subscriptions) to their postpaid or prepaid Digi accounts thanks to the integrated mobile carrier billing.Read More »
Digi customers experienced a service outage yesterday evening between 6.30pm until 9.30pm. Customers...
We asked our followers on MalaysianWireless Facebook about their thoughts on Maxis network, Malaysia...
Mobile Virtual Network Provider (MVNO), redONE will be running its its redONE OctobeRedfest 2015 pro...
Apple has announced that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be available in Malaysia starting Oct...
Xpax Magic SIM, the latest prepaid plan from Celcom is now offering unlimited, free high speed Inter...
U Mobile HERO plan, the new postpaid plan from U Mobile is expected to launch tomorrow. What’s...
Telekom Malaysia recently unveiled its new Unifi plans with faster download speeds. The Unifi Advanc...
Carrying a power bank all the time? Tired of charging your smartphone a couple times a day? Here’s some simple tips and tricks you can use to make your smartphone battery last longer in a day. Adjust Screen BrightnessRead More »
U Mobile HERO plan, the new postpaid plan from U Mobile is expected to launch tomorrow. What’s most interesting about this plan is the unlimited free calls and the flat low price of RM70/month, including 7GB of Internet data. There no contract and the voice calls are truly unlimited. Details of U Mobile HERO Postpaid Plan:Read More »
Samsung announced the availability of the new Samsung Galaxy Note5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ smartphones in Malaysia. The Samsung Galaxy Note5 will be available from 4th September 2015 onwards at the recommended retail price of RM2699 (inclusive of 6% GST). Available in a 32GB storage option, customers can choose from two colour options – Gold Platinum and White Pearl.Read More »
Maxis revamped its MaxisONE postpaid plans last week, now with four different MaxisONE plans – MaxisONE plan 98, MaxisONE plan 128, MaxisONE plan 158 and MaxisONE plan 188. In summary:Read More »
In conjunction with the Merdeka celebration (Malaysia National Day), Lazada, foodpanda, ZALORA, UBER and HappyFresh revealed the first ever joint online sale of its kind in Malaysia called Unity Sale, that will run from 26th August – 1st September, 2015. It will feature a host offering including more than 20,000 online deals and up to 94% in product discounts across ...Read More »
Celcom Axiata Berhad has introduced two exclusive Merdeka offers – FIRST One plan and PortaWiFi 2.0 with PortaWiFi Internet plan. Celcom FIRST One planRead More »
Telekom Malaysia recently unveiled its new Unifi plans with faster download speeds. The Unifi Advance (Unifi 30Mbps) cost RM199 and comes with 30Mbps download speed and 5Mbps upload speed. Users will have to pay more (additional RM50/month) to upgrade from 30Mbps to 50Mbps. Here’s 5 reasons why I won’t upgrade to the new Unifi 30 or Unifi 50 packages:Read More »
11street, currently one of the largest online marketplaces in Malaysia, revealed its latest Online Shopping Index, which identified the latest changes in online shopping behaviours of local consumers, as well as specific e-commerce insights during the four-week Ramadhan and Raya period from 22 June to 19 July. Hoseok Kim, CEO of 11street says that based on the 11street Online Shopping ...Read More »
TIME dotCom Berhad, a Malaysian telecommunications provider, posted revenue of RM163.8 million for the three months ended 30 June 2015, or 5.2% higher than the previous year’s corresponding period of RM155.7 million. The company said that this is attributable to strong overall revenue contributions from the group’s Data, Data Centre and Voice products, despite lower contributions from global bandwidth sales ...Read More »