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Celcom MAX: Fibre & Mobile Plan single bill, with RM21 Monthly Savings

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Celcom MAX, a new 24-months contract plan combining home fibre broadband and MEGA postpaid in a single bill, from RM179 a month.

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5 New Digi Postpaid Plans from RM40/month, Unlimited Internet with Contract

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Upgraded Digi Postpaid plans starting from RM40/month and more Internet, including Unlimited Internet with 12-months contract.

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Save RM200 per year on Unlimited Data, Calls and SMS at RM59/month

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Get your hands-on unlimited data, unlimited voice calls and unlimited SMS at just RM59/month with unifi Mobile #unifiYourWorld

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3 Reasons why I won’t sign up for Yes Kasi Up Postpaid and Prepaid Plans

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The new Yes Kasi Up prepaid and postpaid plans looks really tempting, here's 3 major reasons why you don't want to sign up with Yes 4G.

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Five (5) Monthly Internet Plans with Unlimited Tethering/Hotspot on your PC

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5 Monthly Unlimited Internet plans in Malaysia without contract that gives you Unlimited Hotspot/Tethering with realistic FUP.

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Prepaid vs Postpaid: 5 Reasons why Prepaid Plans are Better than Postpaid

There are many pros and cons of choosing a Postpaid or a Prepaid plan - Here's 5 reasons why Prepaid plans are better than Postpaid.

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Celcom has 8.4 million Subscribers as of 3Q20, Major Network Upgrades in 2021

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Celcom Axiata has 8.4 million mobile subscribers as of 3Q20. 8,300 4G network sites nationwide are expected to be upgraded by end of 2021.

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Maxis calls itself a Premium Network, lost 683k Prepaid Subscribers [3Q20]

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Maxis says it is a Premium Network. In the meantime, MalaysianWireless notes a huge number of network related complaints from consumers.

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