Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Celcom Xpax M4GIC SIM, Unlimited On-Net Calls, RM5 for 10GB [Breaking-Insider- UPDATED]

Celcom Axiata will be unveiling a new Xpax M4GIC sim tomorrow morning. The new plan comes with unlimited on-net calls (free calls to Celcom numbers), high speed midnight surfing and cheap data pricing.


The new Xpax M4GIC SIM pack (RM10) comes with:

  • Free Basic Internet of 500MB
  • Free High Speed Internet of 200MB
  • Voice calls at 24sen/mim
  • Pre-loaded with RM6 airtime
  • Validity of 5 days

New M4GIC Reload Internet plans (subscribe after normal reload or purchase a “hot ticket”):


  • Daily (S Plan): RM8/day, 1GB anytime, Unlimited On-Net Calls
  • Weekly (M Plan): RM18/week, 1GB anytime, Unlimited On-Net Calls
  • Monthly (L Plan): RM38/month, 4GB (2GB anytime + 2GB weekend), Unlimited On-Net Calls
  • Monthly (XL Plan): RM48/month, 5GB (3GB anytime, 2GB weekend), Unlimited On-Net Calls
  • Monthly (2XL Plan): RM68/month, 7GB (5GB anytime, 2GB weekend), Unlimited On-Net Calls

There’s also Unlimited Yonder Music and carry forward unused Internet.

Xpax Internet Burung Hantu is now with limited data on M4GIC with two plans that Celcom calls “High Speed Midnight Surfing”, from 1am – 7am:

  • 2GB at RM2 (follows Internet Plan validity)
  • 10GB at RM5 (follows Internet Plan validity)

Add on Internet quota plans are now priced at:

  • 100MB- RM3
  • 500MB- RM10
  • 1GB- RM15
  • 5GB- RM50

In terms of validity, each RM1 is equivalent to 1 day for M4GIC SIM.

The first Celcom Xpax Magic SIM was launched in June 2015.

[UPDATE, 28 April, 9.30am]: Our source indicated that Celcom decided to retain the original Internet Burung Hantu (unlimited Internet) between 1am to 7am for Magic SIM, 10GB quota limit (updated April 29). However, those who choose Internet Burung Hantu won’t be able to enjoy unlimited on-net calls at the same time.

Disclaimer: This is an Insider. No information above have been officially confirmed by Celcom Axiata. MalaysianWireless is not liable for any misleading information above.

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

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