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Get Unlimited Internet, 1 month free usage with zero upfront payment

Wireless broadband operator, Packet One Networks (P1) has recently launched its new “Ready to P1ay” campaign that gives consumers Unlimited Internet with one month of free usage and zero upfront payment.

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Get these packages now, for a limited time only:

P1 ForHome plans (comes with the DX230 WiMAX desktop modem):

  • P1 ForHome 59: 1Mbps speed, Nett pricing at RM51.94, 5GB data
  • P1 ForHome 109: 1Mbps speed, Nett pricing at RM104.94, Unlimited Internet
    P1 ForHome 159: 2Mbps speed, Nett pricing at RM157.94, Unlimited Internet

P1 ToGo plans (comes with the MX230 MiFi modem):

  • P1 ToGo 59: 1Mbps speed, Nett pricing at RM62.54, 5GB quota
  • P1 ToGo 109: 1Mbps speed, Nett pricing at RM115.54, Unlimited Internet
  • P1 ToGo 159: 2Mbps speed, Nett pricing at RM168.54, Unlimited Internet

P1 is upgrading its network to be mobile-ready with 4G LTE technology. At the same time, the company is also optimizing its current network to increase capacity and enhance user experience. This is why the new “Ready to P1ay” campaign is launched. The campaign goal is to welcome new customers to try their freshly optimized network and they want to make this as easy as possible. The campaign underlines the company’s confidence in its network and its ability to deliver superior service via its optimized network to customers.

Why sign up for new P1 broadband plans?

  • New customers who sign up with P1 will enjoy zero first month subscription with zero upfront payment.
  • For customers looking to get connected for the first time, this is the perfect way to get online and start enjoying entertainment and online content.
  • Customers can also participate in various activities and contests on P1’s Facebook Page – P1 connect for a chance to win attractive prizes (such as iPad).
  • Enjoy unlimited internet for RM 94.34 nett allowing you to surf 24/7 with no limits
  • For an even more affordable package with 5GB quota for only RM 41.34 nett
  • Get a free WiFi modem for you to share and connect multiple devices
  • Portable and easy to set up: Hassle-free installation & portable modem you can set up anywhere and get connected instantly
  • Access all your social networks and connect with your friends
  • Go shopping online from the comfort of your couch
  • Work from home through online apps and be productive throughout the day

Visit THIS LINK for more details before you sign up. Also enjoy free delivery to your doorstep now!

This article is brought to you by P1.

Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1), is a leading wireless broadband provider determined to become a formidable mobile telecom by making access to the Internet an awesome experience for every Malaysian. P1’s aspiration to deliver awesome is anchored by the synergistic tripartite partnership between TM, Malaysia’s broadband champion and leading integrated information and communications group; Green Packet Berhad, a global leading developer of 4G devices & solution; and SK Telecom, Korea’s largest telecom and the world’s first mobile carrier to launch LTE-advanced.

About Kugan

Kugan is the founder of MalaysianWireless. He has been observing the mobile industry since 2003. Connect with him on Twitter: @scamboy
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