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  • U Mobile to update new Hero Postpaid plan with 15GB of data at RM70 a month

    U Mobile to update new Hero Postpaid plan with 15GB of data at RM70 a month

    Upping the ante again, U Mobile may be increasing their Hero Postpaid plan's data from 7GB to 15GB with unlimited calls for just RM70 a month. The promotion starts on 15 March 2016 with the extra 8GB of data being offered until 30 June 2016. This does mean that after 3 months and a half, the data will go back to 7GB but it should some good news to existing and new Hero Postpaid customers. The news comes courtesy of Jasmine Lee, U Mobile's CMO and so far isn't updated on the official site just yet but we should know for sure tomorrow.

  • Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus telco comparisons for Malaysia

    Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus telco comparisons for Malaysia

    With the official release of the Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus happening at 12am on 16 October 2015 we've put together a quick telco plan comparison according to below RM100 and above RM200 monthly commitment payments. While you can just as easily do this with our phone plan comparison tool, the tables below should offer a quick look at what most people are worried about here in Malaysia, the price. As such the tables below cover the Apple iPhone 6s with 16GB storage for 24 month contracts and the various Malaysian telcos that support 24 month contract periods. As always, we recommend you opening up our phone plan comparison tool for a more specific comparison according to your own specifications but the tables below should help you determine which plan bundle works best for you if price is your main concern.

  • U Mobile registration of interest page reveals Apple iPhone 6s will be available with U MicroCredit

    U Mobile registration of interest page reveals Apple iPhone 6s will be available with U MicroCredit

    With the Apple iPhone 6s already officially on it's way to Malaysia on 16 October 2015, Malaysia's telcos have started the pre-registration or registration of interest pages for the smartphone. U Mobile is no different but unlike the others, it appears that they will be offering the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus on U MicroCredit. Previously available for the iPhone 6U MicroCredit is an installment payment plan with no deposit or credit card required so everyone can own the latest iPhone 6s despite its rather high price tag. Again, unlike the other telcos, this method means that even U Mobile prepaid users can get an iPhone 6s.

    In addition to the U MicroCredit plan, we recently got news that the iPhone 6s will also be offered on a new Flexi U MicroCredit plan which will allow you to choose the financing amount and repayment months as you want, so even more Malaysians can afford the iPhone 6s. Check out the Registration of Interest page at www.u.com.my/iphone6s for an early notification of when it will be available on U Mobile. Granted, Apple have yet to reveal Malaysia pricing details but with last year's iPhone 6 going for RM2699 and this year's drop in currency value we estimate the iPhone 6s going for as high as RM3199 but you can check our other estimated pricing details and full price list of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus around the world below.

  • U Mobile offers Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

    U Mobile offers Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

    U Mobile recently announced the first of it's kind deal in Malaysia for the Apple iPhone 6 andiPhone 6 Plus. Utilizing a new U Microcredit plan you can now get said smartphone from as low as RM98 a month. This is different from previous Malaysia Telco deals because you are paying more for the phone and not the dual combination of phone and plan. In this case it is more like buying a car than a smartphone with a telco plan. The upside is that there is no deposit and you are no longer tied to the plan and can choose to use a different provider if you choose to do so. There are conditions of course, you have to pay the first monthly installment fee plus a one-time administrative fee and you are tied to the U Microcredit deal for 33 months. There are also data plans as well which are not tied to any contract but you do have to pay the remaining phone price subsidy with no penalty. In addition, using a credit card to pay with auto debit monthly fees will allow you to get no upfront payment benefits. If you sign up on 19 March 2015, you also get unlimited Internet till 31 July 2015 for the i60 and i90 plans and until 30 September 2015 for the i130 plan. Check out the table below for more info:

  • U Mobile reveals new #GetClever mobile Internet plans

    U Mobile reveals new #GetClever mobile Internet plans

    U Mobile recently showed off their new #GetClever prepaid and postpaid plans specifically for mobile Internet. These include new Unlimited Mobile Internet (UMI) or UMI 20, UMI 30 and UMI 50 for prepaid plans along with new Unlimited P50 and P70 for postpaid plans. The addition sees the removal of the UMI 18 plan but the UMI 20 plan doubles the data quota to 500MB from 250MB, an increase which can be seen for all of the new plans. The old UMI 38 prepaid plan and U28 post-paid plan remains the same though. In addition, you can also accumulate unused free calls. Check out the pictures below for more details or go to the U Mobile site for more information.

  • U Mobile hits Vision2million goal, offers free calls and internet for 18 December 2014

    U Mobile hits Vision2million goal, offers free calls and internet for 18 December 2014

    U Mobile has just achieved its target of 2 million new subscribers under its Vision2million campaign. The carrier had kicked off this ambitious campaign back in September and promised to give out freebies like free on-network calls and Internet surfing if it achieved the goal by the year end. The campaign was announced just after the carrier said that it would expand into 2000 new 3G and 4G LTE sites by 2015. The company had initially planned to offer these freebies on the New Year's Day. However as it reached the goal early, U Mobile is offering free calls and Internet surfing on 18 December 2014. The freebies start at 12AM and end at 11:59PM on the above date. The free calls are only applicable when made on the same network while Internet surfing has no restrictions. This offer is applicable to all active prepaid, postpaid and broadband customers of U Mobile. The company has a comprehensive list of FAQs on their website specifically regarding this Vision2million promotion. Head over to their website for more details.

  • Sony Xperia Z3 going from RM999 at U Mobile with no upfront payment

    Sony Xperia Z3 going from RM999 at U Mobile with no upfront payment

    The Sony Xperia Z3 is now available at U Mobile from as low as RM999. Originally retailing at RM2399, you will have to sign up for a 24 months contract under the U58, U88 or U Plus postpaid plans. You may also trade-in your older smartphones for up to RM750 in rebates. The no upfront payment option is available under certain conditions, one of which includes signing up for either the U88 or U Plus postpaid plans. The other conditions include paying for the deal using your credit card and then activating auto-debit for your monthly commitment fees. For more details, check out the table and links below.

  • Huawei Honor 6 now on offer at U Mobile from RM471

    Huawei Honor 6 now on offer at U Mobile from RM471

    U Mobile is currently offering the Huawei Honor 6 from as low as RM471. Granted, the retail pricing of the Honor 6 is just at RM999 but the addition of various U Mobile postpaid packages complete with voice and data makes this a pretty good deal. You can also trade-in your older smartphones for a rebate of up to RM750. You will have to sign up for a 24 month contract under the U58 and U88 postpaid plans but U Mobile are throwing in their no upfront payment option as well. To qualify for the no upfront payment offer you will have to sign up using the U88 plan, pay using a credit card and auto-debit the monthly payments. For more details, check out the table and links in this article.

  • U Mobile now offering OPPO Neo 5 on postpaid and OPPO Joy on prepaid

    U Mobile now offering OPPO Neo 5 on postpaid and OPPO Joy on prepaid

    It has been some time since OPPO came to Malaysia but it looks like they are finally warming up to Malaysia's telcos with some new bundles from U Mobile. For now, the first two devices will be the entry-level OPPO Neo 5 and OPPO Joy. U Mobile has the Neo 5 available at RM598 on a postpaid plan while the OPPO Joy is going for RM348 on a prepaid plan. Benefits includes a free 6-month U58 subscription for the Neo 5 but you have to sign up for a 24 month contract. The OPPO Joy gets a free SIM pack, free RM20 top-up voucher and 4 months worth of free Internet on a contract-free prepaid plan. There are conditions for the prepaid freebies though as you will only get the free Internet if you keep the line active (make sure you have enough airtime). However, after the four months of free Internet are up, U Mobile will also throw in 250MB worth of free Internet for every RM30 top up. Check out the tables and links in this article for more details.

  • U Mobile offers Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with no upfront payment and trade-in options

    U Mobile offers Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with no upfront payment and trade-in options

    U Mobile is currently offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablet for as low as RM1099. In addition to this, they are also offering a special trade-in feature, so you can send in your old and unwanted smartphone for hopefully some rebates off the asking price. Since the Galaxy Note 4 retails at a very high RM2499, this is quite welcome and you can find out which phone qualifies from the trade-in list. For the no upfront payment scheme, you will have to sign up with your credit card and activate auto debit for the monthly commitment to qualify. Citibank credit card holders get an extra RM100 rebate provided you sign up for a 0% easy payment plan and and the aforementioned auto debit. In any case, you will have to sign up for a 24 month contract on U Mobile post paid plans. Check out the table and links in this article for more details.