PETALING JAYA: Celcom users are in for a dimsum treat with its improved Video Walla streaming feature.
Subscribers can stream Asian dramas and shows on dimsum for RM7 a week, capped at 10GB. This offer is available exclusively to its Xpax and First customers.
Celcom customers can also opt to charge their dimsum subscriptions to their phone bills.
“With features like Video Walla, dimsum subscribers can stream to their heart’s desire without the fear of using too much data. Subscribers can also now pay through the mobile operator - all in one bill,” said dimsum chief marketing officer Lam Swee Kim.
The customers can enjoy a variety of Asian content in dimsum, including the Thai soap opera Game Maya featuring heartthrob Push as well as the upcoming Princess Hours.
Japanese movie buffs can binge-watch films such as Detective Conan, Desperate For Love, Oie San and more. Other highlights include the simulcast of A Date With Meifeng, Eat Well and The Golden Melody.
And for the first time, dimsum is streaming several Hokkien series titled Way Back Into Love, Rainy Night Flower, Father’s Wish, Flavor Of Life and Magnolia.
From Hong Kong, there are TVB series - Beyond The Realm Of Conscience, Can’t Buy Me Love, Divas In Distress, Lives Of Omission and Rosy Business.
Korean drama fans will be entertained by dimsum’s latest video content Oh!K, while travel enthusiasts can benefit from GOAsean which highlights the best South-East Asian travels.
dimsum is currently available in Malaysia and Brunei with subscription priced at only RM15 for access up to five users.
Download dimsum from the Google Play or Apple App Store, or stream directly from dimsum.my. All new subscribers will enjoy free access for 30 days.
For more information, visit dimsum.my.
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