Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), Tune Talk announced its new “Tune Talk Madness Top Up promotion” offering its prepaid subscribers who reload with free data or free credit, and in some cases, free data plus free credit.
For example, a Tune Talk prepaid customer who reload RM50 gets 1.5GB of data plus RM10 free credit. For a RM100 reload made online, customers get a 4GB data valid for 30 days.
Details of Tune Talk Madness Top Up promotion below:
|Denomination||FREE||Airtime Validity (Days)||FREE Data Validity (Days)||BIG Points in TT Account|
|RM50||1.5GB + RM10||50||30||120|
|RM100 -Offline||1.5GB + RM10||100||30||240|
|RM200||1.5GB + RM10||200||30||480|
|RM300||1.5GB + RM10||300||30||720|
|RM500||1.5GB + RM10||500||30||1200|
|RM1,000||1.5GB + RM10||1000||30||2400|
Additional to the extra data given, Tune Talk has also revised the amount of BIG Points given when a subscriber tops up. The point system is called BIG Points as it is a collaboration with its sister company AirAsiaBIG. The points collected will allow Tune Talk subscribers to enjoy more benefits converting the points into goodies such as free AirAsia flight ticket, concert or movie tickets, devices and lots more.
“The company is about putting the subscribers first and we strive to give them the best deal in town and all that needs to be done now, is to top up and immediately be rewarded with free data. Good news to all subscribers who has downloaded the Tune Talk mobile app, extra privileges are coming your way. We are encouraging our users to download our app as it is in line with our mission to make our mobile app as a platform for us to spread the latest news!” it said.
“The company does not mind being labelled crazy because of the amount of free data given, but the insanity is needed, to satisfy the hunger for data of our beloved subscribers. The madness behind the new top up promotion shall once again change the ecosystem of the business in Malaysia. Data is the new currency and Tune Talk is a firm believer that is will shape the future of communications and businesses.” it said.
More details on the Tune Talk website.