Digi Postpaid 38 Plan Review 2018

Digi Postpaid 38 Plan Review 2018

Don’t get sucked in by other postpaid plans offering lower coverage and rates. You too can be in the know and have a great phone coverage. Now being offered by Digi is there clandestine package. It seems they only want the best of the best to know about it. They are offering Digi 38 and 58 plans for any who wish to either subscribe as a new user, transfer their number over or if you are already part of the company upgrade. At the edge of your seat wondering what they’re offering? Let’s get into it
then.

The Digi 38 plan offers a steal with unlimited calling to all networks. In addition to he unlimited calling you get 2GB of monthly data. Worried about internet? His plan also comes with 1GB of high speed internet data daily. This is consistent for as long as you keep your line active. If you opted into the biGBonus data, which is being offered until December 31, the extra data would only be available during 1pm-7pm. Now how much does this plan cost? Nothing that will hurt, scare, or anger your wallet. This plan has a price of RM38 a month, it is valid for 30 days and offers and auto renewal set up. This plan is always active.

If you are in need of more data there are also the RM58, 80 and 110 plans each offering unlimited calling to all networks. If completed online each deal offers the first month free.

The RM58 offers up to 10GB of monthly data, free 5GB of weekend data included. This new upgraded plan replaces the RM50 plan. That old plan only offer 100 minutes of free call a month. If you sign up soon, telco will offer a cash voucher for one month of RM20. Total offer would be a package of RM78. If all of that was not enough each of the plans offer 1GB+ of internet rollover each month.

The RM80 package offers 20GB of data, free 10GB of weekend data included. This plan offers a cash voucher of RM40, to give a plan of RM120 for free for the first month.

The RM110, which offers the biggest bang for your buck also gives an extra RM40 cash voucher for free. Landing you a whopping RM150 for a month free at the price of RM110. This plan offers 25GB of internet all day and free unlimited weekend high speed internet. Now that is a Christmas present the whole family can get in on.

A little more information on the biGBonus, there are 5 plans to look at. Starting from RM10, 30, 48, 68 and 88. While surfing through the site you may see a pop up offering you the chance to save an extra 12% for the biGBonus 4G phone bundle.

RM 10

  • 1.5GB high speed internet data
  • 1GB a day
  • Bonus 7GB

RM 30

  • 5GB high speed internet data
  • 1GB a day
  • Bonus 30GB

RM 48

  • 10GB high speed internet data
  • 1GB a day
  • Bonus 30GB

RM 68

  • 15GB high speed internet data
  • 1GB a day
  • Bonus 30GB

RM 88

  • 20GB high speed internet data
  • 1GB a day
  • Bonus 30GB

If a new number is needed one can be obtained cheap.They are also offering a year end sale, ends soon.

iPhone X Plans in Malaysia Detailed Comparison

iPhone X Plans in Malaysia Detailed Comparison

The futuristic and most anticipated iPhone X (read iPhone “10”) was launched on 3rd Nov 2017. It is hands down, one of the best iPhone introduced by Apple.

 

While its price- RM5,149 for the basic 64GB model and RM5,899 for the 264GB version- is seemingly way above what an average Malaysian would want to pay for a Smartphone, Apple CEO, Tim Cook said that it’s a ‘’value price’’ considering the technology that has been packed in this phone.

So, if you are willing to look past the cost, what features welcome you to this new era of Smartphones? The first notable aspect is going to be its 5’’ OLED display which is not only an iPhone’s first but also by far the best that you’d expect on a Smartphone. Other notable elements include a dual-lens rear camera boasting a staggering 12 megapixels and a 7mp front camera.

For the hard-to-please, you’ll be amazed to hear that Apple’s Face ID has finally made its debut on iPhone X. This coveted facial recognition technology utilizes TrueDepth camera system to recognize your face even in the darkest nights and it’s not confused by new hairstyles and hats.

Price and Availability of the iPhone X in Malaysia

The iPhone X is ready for pre-order in Malaysia with official launching date set on Friday, 24th Nov. 2017. As usual, our 4 telco giants; Digi, Celcom, Maxis, and U Mobile want you to be the first to get it. But what’s amazing is that they are offering you an opportunity to grab one of this next-generation phone at a discounted price.

In this article of the best iPhone X plan in Malaysia, we are going to compare the brands that offer you the best deal if you sign in to their postpaid plans below RM150 and those that have the most favorable monthly installment plans. Stay tuned.


Brands that offer monthly installment plans

As it has always been the case, the 4 local telcos are offering you an opportunity to own the iPhone X through monthly installments stretched across a 24-month contract. The 4 brands also have varying monthly commitments depending on the plan that you choose

Digi

For those who want to go with Digi, you have three postpaid options to choose from; Digi Postpaid 78, 108, and 138. The most favorable monthly contract here is certainly the Digi Postpaid 78. You’ll be parting with RM78 only per month.

DiGi IPhone X Installment Plan

There’s a catch though. By the end of this contract, you’ll have bought the iPhone X 64GB at RM3895 and the 256GB model at RM4555 which is a whole RM400 more than the Postpaid 138 plan on both versions.

With Digi Postpaid 138, you’ll be paying RM138 monthly where the iPhone X 65GB will cost you RM3495 while the 256GB costs RM4155 only. With the Digi Postpaid 108 plan which requires RM108/month, the 65GB version costs RM3695 while the RM4355.

What perks do you get with each plan?

Good thing is that Digi is offering an irresistible call and free data mix with each plan. For instance, all plans offer you unlimited calls across all networks. You also get 12GB, 18GB, and 24GB of data with the 78, 108, and 138 Digi Postpaid plans respectively.

 

 

U Mobile

 

With the U mobile, you can choose to buy your iPhone X either online or from a U mobile store near you. Either way, you’ll have to choose between 2 iPlans i90 and i130.

With the i90 plan, you’ll be paying RM90 for the monthly plan and RM181 phone installment each month for the 64GB model (total RM271/month). The 256GB version will cost you RM297 each month (RM130+ RM167 phone installment).

Check Out U Mobile I Phone X Installment Plan

The i130 seems worth going for considering that you get 10GB high-speed data, unlimited calls, video onz, music onz, app onz, and Waze. You also get 8GB worth of roam onz and 65sms to all networks.

If you prefer the i90 plan, you’ll be getting 7GB high-speed quota, 7GB video onz, 5GB roam onz, and unlimited calls, waze, and music and app onz. You also get 45 SMS to all networks.

Note that after depleting your SMS bundle per month, any other text will be charged at 3sen/SMS to U mobile and 8sen/SMS to all other networks.

Celcom

With Celcom, you can get this iPhone with either the Standard Contract plan or the EasyPhone contract.

The EasyPhone is an all-in-one bundle that combines the phone installment and the mobile plan into a single payment. The First Platinum Plus offers the lowest rates at RM138/month for the 65GB phone and RM165/month for the 256GB model.

Celcom Iphone X Installment Plan 

If you want to get this iPhone at the cheapest price though, the Standard Contract is the way to go. For instance, you can get it at as little as RM3,078 with the First Platinum Plus plan with a monthly commitment of RM188.

For those who want to pay slightly lower each month, the rates per month get lower with the First Platinum, First Gold Supreme, and First Gold Plus where you’ll be paying RM148, RM128, and RM98 respectively.

The only catch though is that the lower the monthly commitment, the more you’ll pay for the iPhone X at the end of the 24-month contract. The First Gold Plus plan that requires RM98/month, for instance, will cost you RM3,718 at the end of the contract which is almost RM700 more than what you’d have paid for the First Platinum Plus.

Worth pointing out is that the Standard contract requires an upfront payment which will, however, be rebated back each month. The upfront payments are as follows;

  • Platinum Plus – RM1300
  • Platinum – RM1,100
  • Gold Supreme – RM900
  • Gold Plus – RM700

What perks will you be getting with Celcom?

You’ll be getting unlimited calls with the Gold Plus and Gold Supreme plans. The former also offers you 20GB data bundle for the weekdays and a whole 20GB for the weekends.

For the SMS guzzlers, the Platinum and Platinum plus might be the best options since you get unlimited calls and unlimited SMS for the whole month. Celcom First Platinum also offers you 30GB all-day data and another 30GB for the weekends.

Things get even better with the Platinum Plus though where you get unlimited calls and SMS and 100GB data usable all day.

Maxis

For those who swear by Maxis, you are in for a really good treat this time round. Maxis offers you an opportunity to get away with the iPhone X at the lowest price possible.

The Maxis ONE plan 188 will get you the iPhone X for as low as RM3,075 at RM188 per month. This plan also comes with 50GB worth of data (usable between 4 other lines) and unlimited calls and texts.

With the Maxis ONE plan 158, you’ll be paying RM30 less per month although the price of the phone gets a little bit higher at RM3,295. This plan also comes bundled up with 40GB data (usable between 3 lines) and unlimited calls and texts.

The Maxis ONE plan 128 has the least rates per month at RM128 but also the highest price for the device at RM3,505. You’ll also be getting unlimited calls and texts though the data bundle has been capped to 30GB only which is usable between 2 lines.

 Most favorable brand with a postpaid plan that is below RM150

 

From these figures, it’s evident that the total price of the gadget goes high with a decrease in the amount payable per month. For instance, Digi Postpaid 78 has the lowest monthly commitment at RM78. However, you’ll have parted with RM3,895 for the 64GB phone and RM4,555 for the 264GB phone after the 24-month contract.

Celcom emerges as the most favorable brand regarding affordable monthly commitment and the total price of the iPhone X. With Celcom First Gold Plus (standard contract), you’ll only be paying RM98 per month which is way affordable. The cost of the iPhone is also favorable at RM3,718 or RM4,378 for the 64GB and 264GB model respectively.

 

Best brand for data

For those who want lots and lots of data, consider Celcom First Platinum Plus which offers 100GB of data. The monthly commitment is pretty high at RM188. On the flipside, the iPhone will cost you unbelievable RM3078 (64GB) and RM only.

All About Digi Latest Family Plan

All About Digi Latest Family Plan

In case you don’t know this already, Digi is offering a new family plan for unlimited calls at only RM50/month with up to 24GB per person.

Here are some of the features you should know about:

  • It’s ideal for a small or big family of three to five members.
  • Up to 120GB of shareable data is allowed, with all lines getting unlimited calls. 

Digi is offering two plans:

a) RM 150 plan with two free family lines. Here, there’s 60GB interest to share with unlimited calls to all networks for all lines.

b) RM 250 plan with four free family lines. Here, you get 120GB of internet to share with unlimited calls to all networks for all lines.

  • If you make the calculation, it comes up to RM50 per line for both plans.
  • Both options give you 300 SMSes per month.
  • Mobile internet data is split between weekdays and weekends, so you get 30-30 GB for RM150 plan and 60-60 GB for RM150 plan on weekdays and weekends respectively.
  • However, it’s very easy for you to top up your data in case you run out of it too soon. Topping up with RM15 gets you an additional 5GB, and topping up with RM25 gets you an extra 10GB.
  • Instead of paying multiple bills, you only have to pay one single bill for all data connections and network lines.

 

To conclude, here are the pros and cons of this deal:

Pros:

  1. Fewer bills to pay
  2. It’s convenient for all family members
  3. It’s very cheap, keeping in mind individual and overall cost
  4. Topping up data is simple 

Cons:

  1. Not useful for a family of only two members (without children) or a family with six or more members
  2. Weekday and weekend data is split, so more often than not, you’ll end up topping up your data connection Keeping these points in mind, decide whether you want to go with Digi’s latest family plan or not.
Tune Talk Merdeka’s Promotion

Tune Talk Merdeka’s Promotion

Tune talk is granting its customers a prepaid starter park “Sim Kita Lah” which gives you credit of RM60 of extra airtime during the Merdeka celebrations. The starter pack is available for a short time. The Sim Kita Lah is available online. Purchasing the SIM online grants you an extra 500MB of bonus data. To be able to enjoy the starter park, activate your SIM before 15th September.

  • RM30 Top Up Credit
  • Extra RM 60* Credit*
  • Free 1GB Data
  • Bonus 500 MB data
  • Free Delivery Within Malaysia

This free starter park can be used to message, make calls, send MMS or for data. This definitely comes in handy when you are tight on budget and could help you save a little money. This starter park is also available to other on going Tune Talk promotion.

You enjoy free data of up to 1GB if you top up RM30 which you get to enjoy for the whole month. To enjoy the RM60 free credit, you have to top up on a monthly basis not less than RM35 of credit before the 4th of every month. Each month you enjoy RM5 of extra airtime which gives you a total of RM 60 annually.

With the free credit, international calls to your loved ones are possible. I would definitely go for this starter pack as its not only pocket friendly, its also convenient. However

I would like to state that, if you don’t use the RM60 of bonus airtime, within the stipulated time, it expires.The same goes for areas without data access, the bonus of 1GB data will be useless in such scenarios.

The perks exceed the cons and I would definitely advice you to get your own starter park before time runs out because there is so much to enjoy during the Merdeka celebrations like catching up on friends and family. Free delivery is available for those living within Malaysia. You can activate the SIM after registering online. This limited edition is available for micro, normal and nano-Sim card devices.

The Best Postpaid Plan in Malaysia- Most Recent Review

The Best Postpaid Plan in Malaysia- Most Recent Review

The need for lots of data in Malaysia has cruised beyond unprecedented levels within the last couple of years. This is partly because of an upsurge of the shipment of Smartphones and tablets that can scour the web pretty good. According to IDC’s (International Data Corporation) latest reports, the vendors sold a whopping 2.7 million units in 2016’s Q4 alone.

You’ll be forgiven to think that this was the best performance ever. Compared to 2015’s sales, this was a 5.9% drop.
But despite this decline in sales, Jensen Ooi, the Market Analyst of Client Devices, IDC Asia/Pacific still notes that Malaysians Internet addicts worked hard to upgrade their phones in terms of battery capacity, camera quality, and, of course, internet surfing among other higher specifications.

So who of the 4 mobile phone services providers has your interest at heart as a heavy caller? Find out in the quick-second comparison table below: 

U Mobile

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Monthly Price

RM 78

  • Hero Postpaid P98
  • Unlimited Call
  • Unlimited Data
  • Unlimited Text

DiGi

2
Monthly Price

RM 80

  • Postpaid 80 Infinite
  • Unlimited Call
  • Unlimited Data *5GB tethering per month
  • Unlimited Text

Maxis

4
Monthly Price

RM 98

  • Maxis One Plan 98
  • Unlimited Call
  • 20 GB Data
  • Unlimited Text

Celcom

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Monthly Price

RM 98

  • Celcom First Gold Plus Plan
  • Unlimited Call
  • 20 GB Weekend / 20 GB Weekday
  • 20 Sen / SMS

What are we driving at?

Being online has become a quintessential part of our lives in Malaysia today. In one hand, communication lines have opened up new and great ways of keeping connected with the rest of the world. 

By the same vein, it has become somewhat hard for us to survive without a cell phone, and not just any other phone. Our hands are dying for some kickass gadgets that can scour the web pretty good.

It’s on this pivot point that different LTE Telco companies (Maxis, Digi, Celcom, and U Mobile) have built such a thriving business. The competition between these and other telecommunication companies is becoming fierce each day. Among other things, this rivalry has led to the advent of 3rd and 4th Generation Mobile Networks, commonly referred to as 3G and 4G internet speeds.

Without forgetting, the increased demand for data has attracted some friendly LTE companies, Digi and U Mobile, for instance, into the fray. Social media addicts are now spoilt for choices with so many postpaid plans to choose from. Unfortunately, even with the advent of so many postpaid plans to go with, it has not been a walk in the park for most of us. Many are the times that we’ve been tricked into strawberry jam-slathered plans that we end up beating ourselves for. 

If you rely on phone call services heavily in your day to day activities, it’s important to look for a plan that won’t suck dry your take home finances with hefty phone bills. The sure way to ensure that you get good prices is to dig deep into the details of the plan and weigh in on the cons and pros of each plan.

But how do you go about comparing all the postpaid plans from the major telecommunication brands in Malaysia? It would be so hectic for you. But that’s where we come in. 

This article is about getting into the details of the best postpaid plans to go for depending on what you like on the internet. 

To make it simple for you, we’ll be comparing 4 of our major postpaid services providers and their different plans which is Maxis, Digi, Celcom and U Mobile.

Cheapest Plan for Unlimited Call

Our #1 scorer in this category is none other than U mobile. This new entrant is giving other companies a real run for their money with its ‘not-so-bad’ calls and internet plans. Some months ago, we were deeply head over heels in love with this company when it unveiled the U Mobile Hero Postpaid P98 plan. They gave us the liberty to talk freely across all networks. We would also spend 3sen/SMS to other U Mobile users and 8sen/SMS across all the other networks. 

This plan has just gotten better. You can now become the unlimited hero you’ve always wanted to be. At RM78 only, U Mobile now offers unlimited everything. Now you can call and text infinitely across all networks. 

The second best position here is taken by Digi’s Digi Post paid 80 Infinite. This plan has recently undergone some really good improvement. Some months ago, it offered 1000 SMSes to send across all networks after which any other text would be to your bill. Postpaid Infinite now offers infinite SMSes to all networks. You also get the unlimited calls package and free internet for the month. And how much are you getting it at? RM80 only. 

Digi also has another plan the Digi Postpaid 150 Infinite. Like its younger sibling, it also offers unlimited SMSes, calls, and free internet throughout the subscription month. 

In addition to this, Digi Postpaid 80 Infinite offers you free 5GB for tethering each month. This gets better if you choose to join the big league Digi Postpaid 150 Infinite since you get lifetime infinite tethering

If you are a diehard fan of Maxis and you love calling and sending texts, Maxis ONE Plan 98 offers you unlimited calls and SMSes across all networks. At only RM98, you can now call freely across all networks and send messages without any worries of getting stuck in the middle of the month.

Maxis also has several other plans under MaxiONE; MaxiONE plan 188, MaxiONE plan 158, and MaxiONE plan 128 all which also offer unlimited calls and SMSes. But why are they so pricey, you’ll soon find out as you read along. 

Celcom scores last in regard to calls and SMSes with its Celcom’s First Gold Plus plan that goes for RM98. This plan offers you unlimited calls across all networks. However, if you rely more on SMSes, its’ 20sen/SMS charge (on all networks) might be a huge turn off for you. However, don’t ignore Celcom just yet. They have a killer offering for those who surf the internet more. Just read on. 

Quick Facts

If you are a heavy caller and consume lots of SMSes per month, U Mobile and Digi have the best rates for you at RM78 and RM80 respectively. So which of the 2 is worth your nod? This will be determined by how much you value the call quality. Of course, if most of your calls require some degree of formality, you’ll certainly favor the network with the highest call quality. 

According to Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission’s (MCMC) report,  Digi has a higher Call Setup Successful Rate (CSSR) of 99.28%. U mobile follows closely at 98.64%. CSSR refers to how easy it is for a network subscriber to place a call to another subscriber. 

MCMC determines this by testing how well a network can place and a hold a 120-second call in the first 20 seconds of pressing the call button. Digi also leads when it comes to the network with the least dropped-call issues within a circumference of 3,736 kilometers around Klang Valley. 

 

Network DiGi        U Mobile
Dropped Call 1.06% 1.16%
CSSR 99.28% 98.64%

Our Verdict on the best cheapest plan for unlimited call

These 2 networks portray almost equal strengths in terms of performance. If you think that the RM2 difference between the 2 plans is worth a great deal to your budget, U mobile is the way to go. However, Digi is the king in terms of overall call quality in this category of the most affordable postpaid plans.

 

Best Postpaid Plan for Heavy Data User in Malaysia 

If you are a data guzzler, you’ll certainly require a monthly plan that offers you the highest amount of data to cover all your needs within the subscribed time. Fortunately, the super tight competition between these 4 network companies is giving people like you a real burst. So which plan offers you the best bang for your bucks regarding data? Let’s find out. 

 

#1 Best Deal for heavy duty surfers – U Mobile

Though U Mobile has strictly indicated that this offer won’t last long, its Unlimited Hero P78 is currently the most eye-popping postpaid plan we’ll experience this year. For R78 only, you get to enjoy unlimited everything; calls, texts, and high-speed data. And several other perks also go into this package. You can create a hotspot for your other smart devices and continue surfing the internet without monitoring your data usage. This seems a very good deal for movie and series addicts. 

Do you like traveling a lot, or are you planning to be out of the country for a few months to come? Unlimited Hero P78 offers you Roam Onz quota. This is free data that keeps you connected when traveling in 12 specific countries in the world;

 

  1. Australia 
  2. Bangladesh 
  3. Cambodia
  4. Hong Kong 
  5. India 
  6. Indonesia
  7. Laos 
  8. Philippines 
  9. Singapore
  10. South Korea 
  11. Taiwan 
  12. Thailand 

All you need to do is connect with U Mobile’s selected roaming partner in your target country before departing. That’s all that U Mobile has for the data-hungry Malaysians. 

Word of caution: In case you’re thinking of canceling your contract with your current data provider for this, remember that it’s an offer. It may not last for long. 

#2 Best Postpaid plan for Heavy data users – Digi 

Digi has 2 irrefutable plans for the heavy data user. Digi postpaid 80 Infinite offers you unlimited internet of up to 5 Mbps and free calls. You also get 5GB/month to create a hotspot for your other devices using your Smartphone or tablet. You can also opt to go for the Digi Postpaid 150 Infinite. This plan offers you unlimited calls and lifetime infinite tethering. This must be a really good deal to those who surf more with their laptops and desktops. 

Simple maths: If you don’t rely on your phone’s hotspot for your other devices, Digi Postpaid 80 plan has the best bang for your buck. 

Check out latest DiGi Family Plan Here for more saving – 26 GB per person

3# Best Postpaid plan for Heavy data users – Celcom

Celcom has lots of options for you here. All you’ll do is evaluate your take home pay versus your data needs per month. 

If you are living on a tight-ass budget and you still want to do some light lifting from the internet, First Gold might be a good option. For RM80 per month, you get 20GB (10GB for the weekdays and 10 for weekends) and unlimited calls, unlimited Yonder music, Whatsapp, and Wechat. 

For the moderate-heavy data user, the best option for you is the First Gold Plus. For RM98 (RM18 only higher than First Gold’s) you get 40GB divided between weekdays and weekends, unlimited calls, free Yonder calls, and free Whatsapp and Wechat data. 

For the real heavy data users, First Platinum has your name on it. For RM150 per month, you get 60GB (30+30), unlimited calls and SMSes, ulimited Whatsapp and Wechat, and a 12-month free entry to iflix. 

Where does Maxis stand?

Maxis have their hands tied here. The best they can offer a heavy data user is 20GB for RM98 per month. Let’s hope they throw free Whatsapp, Wechat, and Yonder in future at least.

Who has the best bang for your bucks as a heavy data user?

Rank

     Company

      Plan/s

      Specifics

  Monthly Fee

    1

U Mobile

Unlimited Hero P78

Unlimited high-speed data, free mobile hotspot, Roam Onz 5GB roaming data for 12 countries

        RM78

   2

Digi

Digi postpaid 80 Infinite

Unlimited 5 Mbps data, transform your Smartphone or device to a hotspot

        RM80

    3

Celcom

First Gold

 

 

20GB (10GB weekdays 10 GB weekend), unlimited calls, unlimited Yonder, free Whatsapp and Wechat

 

        RM80

 

 

First Gold Plus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

40GB (20GB weekdays 20 GB weekend), unlimited calls, unlimited Yonder, free Whatsapp and Wechat

 

 

       RM98

 

 

First Platinum

 

60GB(30GB weekdays 30 GB weekend), ulimited Whatsapp and

Wechat

 

 

       RM150

4

Maxis

20GB

 

Maxis ONE Plan 98

20GB, free calls and texts

      RM 98

 

 

Maxis ONE Plan 128

30GB, free calls and texts

      RM128

 

 

Maxis ONE Plan 158

40GB, free calls and texts

      RM158

 

 

Maxis ONE Plan 188

50GB, free calls and texts

       RM188

Verdict

The table says it all. For those on a budget but want more data, U mobile currently got your back. Unfortunately, their plan is on offer. We don’t know the day they’ll decide to upgrade it. That puts Digi’s Postpaid 80 Infinite as the next favorite plan for heavy data users.

Best 4G Internet Speed and Coverage in Malaysia 

Maxis’ competitors have, hands down, put it in an unfavorable position in terms of data to price ratio. However, that doesn’t make it bad at all. In fact, it’s the ideally the best LTE Network in Malaysia if you can afford its postpaid plans. 

According to OpenSignal’s 2016 report, Maxis is currently the 4G ‘king’ in Malaysia. The report shows that its 4G users were assured of flawless connectivity 70% of the time. Regarding speeding, Maxis still holds the edge given its unbeatable LTE availability. 

Our Final Verdict on the Best Postpaid Plan in Malaysia

It’s a bit hard to be fair enough on this. If all you need is an affordable plan with unlimited calls and texts across all networks, U mobile’s Hero Postpaid P98 seems the best option. The downside here is that this plan is on a limited offer and may change for the worst anytime soon. As a frequent caller on a budget, you are left with one option; Digi’s Postpaid 80 Infinite.

It’s also a tie between U Mobile and Digi regarding the best postpaid plan for heavy data users.
However, if you badly require good surfing and downloading speeds and unlimited calls and texts across all networks, Maxis carries the day. They have a wider coverage and a higher average download speed of 5Mbps.

Sources:

Best RM 50 Internet Prepaid Plans

Best RM 50 Internet Prepaid Plans

Best RM 50 Internet Prepaid Plans

 

 

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Jason, Business Analyst
15 June 2017
More and more users have switched to prepaid plans due to the convenience of managing telco account through Mobile App, and the freedom of contract-free internet plan. Best of all, a user can reduce the monthly commitment of internet subscription. You can get a high 10 GB internet plan with just RM 50.

These Plans are suitable for High data consumption user who enjoys Video and Music Streaming on the go. Even better for a user who requires personal hotspot data to complete their work when sipping coffee outdoors. Based on our review, U Mobile offer the highest quota with whopping 12 GB of High-speed internets, while Digi and Xpax offer an adequate 10 GB of data.

Video and music streaming have been the largest consumption of Data in our mobile devices, and we must include in Video and Music Streaming as a plus point in this category. U Mobile offering a 4 GB bonus video streaming for their RM 50 package and Digi offering an unbeatable deal of 10 GB video and music streaming monthly as long the prepaid have its validity. After a long consideration, we have decided

“Our Clear Winner: Digi Prepaid Live”

Here’s why, DiGi Prepaid Live: 10 GB of high-speed internet + 10 GB of Video and Music Streaming monthly

Total worth of RM 50 Internet = 20 GB 

Check out other cheaper plans from DiGi below or Click here

“Close Winner: U Mobile Unlimited Power”

Close Winner: U Mobile 

12 GB of internet + 4 GB Video Streaming + Unlimited Music and Social Stream

Total worth of RM 50 Internet = 16 GB

Check out other cheaper plans from U Mobile below or Click here

 

 

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