Pay your P1 broadband bills at the post office

KUALA LUMPUR: Subscribers of Packet One (P1) Networks’ WiMAX wireless broadband service can now pay their bills through Pos Malaysia Bhd.

People can also register new postpaid accounts or buy top-up credits for P1’s latest service — the Wiggy Prepaid service — at any of the 600 Pos Malaysia outlets in the peninsula.

“Pos Malaysia is a great partner in making our W1MAX (service) accessible to as many Malaysians as possible through its extensive network of outlets; and this extends our ability to serve our customers,” said Michael Lai, chief executive officer of P1.

Dato Syed Faisal Albar, group managing director and CEO of Pos Malaysia, said the company looks forward to becoming a hub for P1 transactions.

In conjunction with the agreement, P1 announced the availability of Malaysia’s first WiMAX prepaid package — the P1 W1GGY Prepaid.

The starter pack is priced at RM199 and includes Malaysia’s most advanced WiMAX USB modem with 4GB of data included.

P1 W1GGY Prepaid top-ups are currently available at RM20 for 500MB and RM50 for 2GB worth of data. Registration of W1GGY Prepaid can be done online at P1’s website.

The P1 customers can top–up at 11,000 e-Pay outlets, which includes most petrol stations and selected P1 resellers.


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