News & Reviews: Unifi
Last Updated: May 23, 2020
While many have begun to return to their office, many are still working from home due to the conditional movement control order (CMCO). Telekom Malaysia wants to take this chance to get more people to sign up to its fibre broadband service, so it has announced another free trial period for those who want to sign up to unifi Home now.
Last Updated: May 18, 2020
At the moment, the Conditional Movement Control Order is scheduled to "end" on 9 June 2020 but don't get your hopes up just yet. Despite this, unifi will continue to serve the rakyat until the said date and in the midst of this, the company have come up with a new platform - Ramadan-Raya. The company said this new platform will continue to allow consumers and businesses to stay connected while the CMCO is on-going, also judging from the website, this new platform seems to be free to use.
Last Updated: Apr 22, 2020
Opensignal is back with another Mobile Network Experience Report, this time analysing the user experience for Malaysians when it comes to mobile networks in the country. The report covers all major mobile network operators in Malaysia including Celcom, Digi, Maxis, U-Mobile, Unifi, and Yes. It also analyses the experiences of users across 14 different regions in Malaysia.
There is a new unifi Mobile Student Pack for Malaysia university students for RM59 per month with unlimited Internet dataLast Updated: Apr 22, 2020
Since all educational centres are closed during the MCO period, unifi have decided to extend their assistance to the students, faculty members and staff of Multimedia University (MMU) as a start. But it didn't just end there, the company will help facilitate e-learning via online with unlimited Internet connectivity to other educational centres across the nation.
Last Updated: Apr 14, 2020
As we journey on the Movement Control Order (MCO), we also have to endure the dropped bandwidth speed from our local Telcos and Internet providers due to the number of people staying at home hogging the servers. To address this, Anand Vijayan, Chief Commercial Officer, Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) has decided to reach out and gave his statement.
Last Updated: Apr 09, 2020
If you are having trouble connecting to specific website and services as of late, we may have found the reason why. Based on a report by Amanz, Telekom Malaysia has recently mentioned that the submarine cable that connections Malaysia to other regions such as China, Japan, Taiwan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, and more has been damaged.
Last Updated: Mar 30, 2020
Just last Wednesday, our Prime Minister Muhyiddin officially extended the Movement Control Order (MCO) for everyone's benefit in hopes to minimize the COVID-19 spread. During his second live telecast last Friday, he also mentioned that Malaysians will be receiving their 1GB free Internet data starting from 1 April, but didn't say how. Thankfully, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) released an official statement about this a few hours ago so here's the full breakdown.
Last Updated: Mar 26, 2020
As you all know by now, our government has declared an extension for the Movement Control Order (MCO) till 14 April 2020. In response to this, unifi has declared that it will continue to provide special add-ons and services until the restrictions have been lifted.
Last Updated: Mar 19, 2020
unifi has officially announced that all #BEBAS prepaid users will be eligible for a complimentary Weekly LTE Unlimited Pass worth RM20 from 19 March until 31 March 2020. While the pass is only valid for 7 days, you can renew it again to get another 7-day pass before the end of this month.
Singtel users from Singapore experienced the best roaming speed on Maxis network, according to OpensignalLast Updated: Mar 17, 2020
In this latest Opensignal report, we have been given a new look at how well do Singaporeans experienced roaming during their stay in Malaysia. The company were analyzing 3 categories - Download Speed Experience, Upload Speed Experience and Latency Experience - and discovered some interesting details of Singaporean's choice of telco operators during 2019.