Nex.life’s unlimited home and mobile Internet for RM100 now available in Klang Valley


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  • Monday, 01 Apr 2019

Northern Europe has the highest Internet penetration rate, with 94% of the population online, just ahead of Western Europe’s 90%. — AFP Relaxnews

Earlier this year, Nex.life entered the broadband and mobile Internet market in Malaysia with an attractive deal – unlimited data for both for RM100 under a single plan.

It was initially limited to customers in select areas in Kelantan and Terengganu but Nex.Life is now finally offering the plan to consumers in select areas in the Klang Valley.

The MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) says users can enjoy up to 20Mbps (megabits per second) speed for home broadband and 4G/LTE speed while on the go.

However, there is a cap for non-4G/LTE connection – 500MB – and when it’s used up, the speed will be throttled down to 64Kbps (kilobits per second). Customers can purchase additional 3G data at RM15 for 1GB;  RM30 for 3GB; and RM45 for 5GB, all with a 30-day validity period.

Check if Nex.life covers your area by going here.

Customers have to sign up for a 12-month contract and are required to pay an RM300 upfront fee that will be rebated in their monthly bill upon successful installation and activation.

Eligible customers will be asked to provide three preferred time and dates for the company to schedule the installation. Do be warned that a penalty of RM200 will be charged if a customer reschedules the appointment 72 hours before the initially agreed time and date.

Before installation, customers are required to purchase their own WiFi router based on their budget and preference.

Go here for a list of routers recommended by Nex.life. The website also states that customers have to terminate their existing broadband service (if any) before subscribing to Nex.life and that no installation appointment will be made for premise under renovation.

Nex.life is powered by Webe Digital Sdn Bhd, and Telekom Malaysia is in charge of the installation for home broadband. And users’ mobile SIM cards will be delivered to their doorsteps.

After the unspecified introductory period, the plan will go back to the normal price of RM110. Prices are exclusive of  6% Sales and Service Tax (SST).

All domestic calls and SMS on the mobile plan will be charged based on usage: calls costs RM0.20 per minute and SMS RM0.15 per message, while the home Internet package offers only data service without any voice feature.

For more information, go to nexlife.com.my.

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