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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.


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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