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Trade in your old broadband modem for a brand new PortaWiFi at only RM99 [ADV]

You can now trade in your old USB broadband modem and purchase a new Celcom PortaWiFi device at RM99.

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With PortaWiFi, you can surf up to speeds of 21Mbps from your home, laptop and even your car, giving you MORE Internet like never before. And it’s not only you who gets to enjoy the best network with the PortaWiFi. You can share your connection on the PortaWiFi device up to 5 users so you and your friends can stay connected wherever you go.

Sign up for the PortaWiFi with any Celcom First Data plan with these 2 offers:

Trade in your old broadband modem for a new PortaWiFi device at RM99 with any of these Celcom First Data Plans.

Celcom First Data Basic Advance Pro
Monthly commitment RM68 RM98 RM138
Rebate RM216(RM18 x 12  months) RM240(RM20 x 12  months) RM276(RM23 x 12  months)
Volume 4GB 6GB 10GB
Speed

21Mbps

PortaWiFi device

Only RM99 including in-car charger and tri-pin charger (RRP:159)

Don’t have an old broadband modem to trade in? No problem. You can still enjoy rebates up to RM216 by signing up with any of our Celcom First Data plans.

Celcom First Data Basic Advance Pro
Monthly commitment RM68 RM98 RM138
Rebate RM156(RM13 x 12  months) RM180(RM15 x 12  months) RM216(RM18 x 12  months)
Volume 4GB 6GB 10GB
Speed

21Mbps

PortaWiFi device

Only RM159 including in-car charger and tri-pin charger (RRP:159)

Advance payment

RM199

To enjoy the PortaWiFi at only RM99, just ensure that the USB broadband modem that you trade in is still in good working condition.

For more information, log on to the Celcom Website(here). This promotion is valid  till 31st March 2013.

This article is brought to you by Celcom Axiata Berhad, the first and foremost mobile telecommunications provider in Malaysia.

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