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U Mobile P70 Postpaid with 15GB, extended until 31st December [Official]

Things just get better with U Mobile. The U Mobile Hero P70 Postpaid plan with 15GB data offer will be extended until 31st December.

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MalaysianWireless 1st unveiled the Hero P70 postpaid plan back in August 2015. Back then, Hero P70 came with 7GB of data and Unlimited Calls to all Networks at RM70/month. Last month, we revealed that the plan will be auto-upgraded with an additional 8GB data, totaling up to 15GB. However, the 8GB additional Internet data per month will only be given until 30 June 2016.

Today we received a new info from our trusted source that this promo will now be extended until 31st December 2016. That means, at RM70/month, users get 15GB Internet 24/7 and Unlimited Calls to all networks.

U Mobile Hero Postpaid P70:

  • RM70/month
  • 15GB Mobile Internet 247
  • Unlimited Calls to all Networks
  • 3sen/SMS to U Mobile numbers
  • 8sen/SMS to other numbers
  • No contract

The 15GB data from the P70 plan could also be used overseas (International Roaming) at no extra cost. Called U Mobile’s Data Backpack, the service will be available to P70 customers from 14 April 2016 onwards for both principal and member lines. The countries where U Mobile’s Data Backpack may be enjoyed include Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, South Korea, Laos, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan and Philippines.

U Mobile also recently launched Hero Plus postpaid plan, 2 lines at RM60/month each. The U Mobile Hero Plus Plan is a combination of a P70 postpaid plan and a Share 50 member plan. It offers unlimited calls to all networks for both lines plus 18GB of shareable Internet. This means that in total, customers pay a monthly fee of RM120 or RM60 per line. SMS is charged at 3sen/sms to within network and 8sen/SMS to outside the U Mobile network.

Visit the nearest U Mobile service centre to sign up.

Disclaimer: As per the [Insider] label, this article is not yet verified by U Mobile. MalaysianWireless is not liable for any misleading info above. Please stay tuned for the official update, likely later today.

UPDATE (15 April]– U Mobile have confirmed this on their website.

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