News & Reviews: Unifi
Last Updated: Mar 06, 2019
Telekom Malaysia recently blasted out e-mails stating that the Unifi Basic Plan which costs RM79 for 30Mbps, will continue to have unlimited internet quota all the way until 31 March 2019. After that, the internet quota of 60GB will be imposed and going over the aforementioned quota will have bandwidth speeds cut down to as low as 512Kbps.
Last Updated: Feb 12, 2019
Unifi has recently announced on their Twitter account that there is a service disruption in Tawau and Lahad Datu, due to a cable fire incident in the area, affecting homes and businesses alike.
Unifi announced new plans starting from RM19, in conjunction with their #khabarbaik movement for 2019Last Updated: Jan 30, 2019
Unifi has announced that in conjunction with the recently announced #khabarbaik movement, they have introduced the Unifi mobile plan with price starting from as low as RM19 a month called ‘Adik’ which provides with a total of 2GB of internet data, 5 minutes of talk time as well as being able to send up to 25 SMS.
UniFi will allow installation at your house within 24 hours of registration for free for a limited time onlyLast Updated: Jan 26, 2019
Good news for all future TM UniFi customer, as Telekom Malaysia will be offering an expedited installation service to have the UniFi service and equipment installed within 24 hours. While the expedited service is free for now, customers who register after 31 March 2019 will need to pay an RM200 fee for it. This is due to a recent update on UniFi’s FAQ document, which is found on their official website.
Last Updated: Jan 17, 2019
TM UniFi has announced that in conjunction with the 2019 Lunar New Year, they will be offering existing and new UniFi Basic customers an opportunity to experience unlimited quota and uncapped internet until 15 February 2019. Do take the word “uncapped” with a grain of salt and UniFi did not mention any bandwidth limitations during the promo.
Last Updated: Jan 03, 2019
TMnet has released a statement on their Twitter account stating that there will be a slight service disruption due to a cable cut which was caused by a TNB construction at Alor Akar. Based on the statement, Alor Akar is a key landing site for internet traffic coming from Sabah and Sarawak.
Last Updated: Aug 06, 2018
Telekom Malaysia has released a mobile app for Unifi users to check their account status, bill payments, and even get in touch with Unifi representatives through the live chat available in the mobile app. Previously all of these were only made possible through Unifi's very own web manager but with the advent of the app released, it would make account management more efficient and convenient than ever before. The app is available on the Google Play store as well as the iOS App store starting today. For more updates like these, stay tuned to TechNave.com.
Last Updated: Aug 03, 2018
A pop-up has recently appeared on Unifi’s official website that the customer is required to send in a 30 day notification prior to ending their subscription with Unifi starting August 2018. Based on the pop-up, you can give the 30 day notification either through their official website, live chat service on their official website, on their Facebook Page, Twitter, or through firstname.lastname@example.org email address. 30 days after termination notice, customers are required to head to the nearest TMpoint nationwide to follow up with the termination process. For more updates like these, stay tuned to TechNave.com.
Last Updated: Jul 18, 2018
Previously we have reported that TM Unifi had announced their unifi Basic Plan which has speeds of up to 30Mbps. But there's a catch, customers who subscribe to the Basic Plan is capped at 60GB data quota, it is only available to households who have a total income of less than RM4500 and it is available exclusively on the TM Unifi's official website.
Unifi Basic requires payslip/BRIM acceptance letter + Unifi 10x speed upgrade starts on 18 July 2018Last Updated: Jul 16, 2018
You can pre-order the unifi Basic Plan which offers 30Mbps for RM79 a month with a 60GB data cap. However, customers are required to present a payslip to prove that their household is currently earning less than RM4500 a month or BRIM acceptance letter in order to sign up for the unifi Basic Plan. Not only that, they have to be within unifi covered areas and be at least 18 and above.