Users end up paying a hefty price for ‘free’ sim card

PETALING JAYA: Amira (not her real name) never thought her decision to accept a “free” sim card from a promoter would give her a hard time for the next few years.

A month after she accepted the offer, Amira received two phone bills, one from the number she had taken and the other from a foreign number.

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