It’s December and the ongoing telco data war doesn’t seem to be abating and the latest to unveil a new plan is Celcom.
Called just Xpax prepaid, it replaces the Xpax Turbo which was launched only three months ago.
Launched with the catchy #NoKelentong hashtag, it’s a straightforward plan with no network specific restriction or data quota being split between weekdays and weekends.
“Xpax customers will enjoy freebies with no complicated terms and conditions together with Internet plans that do not split the promised quota,” said Celcom Axiata Berhad chief marketing officer Zalman Aefendy Zainal Abidin.
The prepaid plan comes with a couple of monthly freebies, namely 10GB data for basic Internet at 64kbps (kilobits per second), and 10GB data for Facebook use at full speed.
Users will get the freebies every month as long as they keep their plan active.
You can top up for more data – RM3 for 1GB (valid for 24 hours), RM10 for 2GB (seven days), RM30 for 5GB (30 days) and RM50 for 10GB (30 days).
There are also other add ons. For instance, for RM1, customers can choose one of three options – unlimited calls to any network to one number, 1GB of late night Internet (1am to 7am) or 1GB of YouTube streaming.
The new Xpax starter pack can be purchased at RM10 with a preloaded credit of RM6. For more information, visit Celcom Xpax