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Celcom improves Xpax Internet Plans with quota up to 30GB

Xpax unveiled its new Xpax Internet Plans that offers up to 30GB of Internet quota together with free Music Walla and Video Walla.

(From left) Penny Ong, Xpax Product Manager, Azwan Khan Osman Khan, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Business Operations, Zalman Aefendy Zainal Abidin, Chief Marketing Officer, and Daren Victor, Head of Brand Management Access

The four new additional Xpax Internet plans are:

  • Daily Plan – RM5 (2GB)
  • Weekly Plan – RM6 (500MB), RM19 (5GB)
  • Monthly Plan – RM79 (15GB base quota, 15GB Video Walla and Unlimited Music Walla )

Other existing Xpax Internet plans include the daily plans at RM3 (1GB) and weekly plans at RM10 (2GB). The monthly Internet Plans at RM30 (5GB) and the RM50 (10GB) now comes with free unlimited Music Walla.

For Xpax users who are 25 years old and below will enjoy 50% more data on monthly Internet plans as part of its campaign called ‘KawKaw Squad’. For example, on the Monthly RM79 plan, a KawKaw Squad user will enjoy 22.5GB of base quota plus free unlimited Music Walla and 15GB streaming quota on Video Walla. Visit the Xpax website for more details on KawKaw Squad.

Video Walla and Music Walla was launched in May 2016. Music Walla offers unlimited data streaming quota from popular music industry providers such as JOOX, Raku, KKBOX, Hungama Music and more than 30 local radio stations. Video Walla offers video streaming quota from popular video content portals such as YouTube, iflix, Netflix, Tonton, Astro GO, dimsum, HeroTalkies, MOX Digital, Metro TV and DailyMotion. Celcom said the list of supported music and video content providers are being added from time to time.

  • Video Walla: Daily (RM1/1GB), Weekly (RM7/10GB), Monthly (RM20/15GB)
  • Music Walla: Weekly (RM1/Unlimited), Monthly (RM3/Unlimited)

In addition, there are 3 new Xpax Monthly Add-ons namely, Late Night Internet (1am-7am) with 15GB Internet quota, Facebook Walla which offers up to 10GB quota for Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and WeChat usage, and Video Walla with 15GB streaming quota at RM20.

  • Late Night Internet: 1GB (RM1/Daily), 10GB (RM7/Weekly), 15GB (RM20/monthly)
  • Facebook Walla (Facebook, Whatsapp, Twitter, WeChat): 1GB (RM1/Daily), 10GB (RM7/Weekly), 15GB (RM20/monthly)
  • Basic Internet (up to 64Kbps): Unlimited (RM1/Daily), Unlimited (RM7/Weekly), Unlimited (RM20/monthly)
  • Unlimited Calls (to Celcom mobile numbers): Unlimited (RM1/Daily), Unlimited (RM7/Weekly)

Zalman Aefendy Zainal Abidin, Chief Marketing Officer of Celcom Axiata Berhad said Xpax Internet plans and Add-ons are the best deals to meet any digital lifestyle of our customers.

“We want our customers to enjoy the best digital Internet experience on Celcom’s Lightning Fast LTE network, without the fear of running out of data quota. Celcom is committed to meet the demands of its prepaid customers who desire more Internet at affordable prices, without any complications. With our Xpax ‘#nokelentong’, what customers see is what they get,” he said.

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  • Perline Hui

    Best seller is RM50… I guess alot of people limit their prepaid top up also… 10GB is so much quota…. and dont need to worry of using music apps? That is just great.

    • nitrogen921

      For me i rather ops for the RM79.. Its abit pricey but i think its worth the price.. 15GB internet including Unlimited music and 15GB for youtube those.. What else could we ask for?

  • xiaoren

    There is a plan for Rm30 also? 5GB. Hmm i think its quite ok also. i basically only use facebook. Because i use this as my secondary phone.

    • Elvis Lee

      but it just get 10gb fb monthly..i think rm30 can get a postpaid plan on others telco with more quota

    • benny goh

      5gb is quite alot if u just use on facebookXD

      • gigel pigel

        ya thats true also , but this plans looks like ok too..is that worth if go for this plan bcz i am not heavy users also since most of the time i will use my hse wifi only ..so i just need data for wen i am at outside ..so if i take this plan means is tht will be ok ??

    • Gelsis Steve

      that is so wasting money of using prepaid, keep changing the plan, i prefer postpaid, limit myself to stick with cheaper plan, postpaid do come with more benefits, free call some more

    • Peter Pang

      do you know, facebook do come with free 10GB once you stay active for xpax number, without subscribe any plan….

  • Jin L

    I prefer basic internet as RM1 is affordable for me as student,and I don’t use data much except for GPS