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Celcom offers China Mobile game content via Game Scape

Celcom Axiata Berhad is now offering China Mobile’s game content with the introduction of Game Scape.

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Celcom customers can now exclusively download various China games, with the convenience of Direct Billing to make app purchases without the need to have a credit card.

Game Scape is developed and maintained by Celcom’s creative partner, Elite Entertainment, whereas China Mobile as the main content provider is supported by Celcom’s technology partner, Huawei, who aggregates and distributes the digital content via its first regional data hosting centre, the Southern Pacific Huawei Digital InCloud Data Centre.

Celcom customers can now browse and download games at www.mygamescape.com. Any app purchases will be billed directly to the customer’s phone bill. Direct Billing is currently available only for Android users.

Game Scape’s content consists of seven game categories, exclusively for Celcom customers to download. The content ranges from Action, Card, Puzzle, Casual, RolePlaying, Sports and Strategy, that come in either Chinese or English languages.

Zalman Aefendy Zainal Abidin, Chief Marketing and Sales Officer of Celcom Axiata Berhad said Celcom would always strive to meet the needs of their customers who often engage their smartphones for entertainment.

“Celcom offers Direct Billing for any app purchases under Game Scape. This means Celcom customers, who love playing games on their phones can purchase games without a credit card. Their purchase will be stated on their monthly bill or deducted from their remaining prepaid credit,” he said.

“Game Scape’s content and features like Direct Billing is supported by the nation’s widest network coverage, Celcom. This goes to show that our customers can play games seamlessly, via Celcom’s enhanced network coverage,” he said.

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