Celcom fibre broadband with 100Mbps speeds now available nationwide


Idham says Celcom Home internet offerings – both fibre and wireless – should provide speeds sufficient for 4K video streaming, video calls and gaming. — Celcom

Celcom Axiata Bhd's high-speed fibre broadband service is now available nationwide, with speeds of up to 100Mbps with no usage cap.

Celcom Home Fibre has two packages: Home Fibre Gold Supreme 100Mbps for RM120 a month and Home Fibre Gold 30Mbps for RM80, both with no usage cap.

Subscribers will also be able to make calls to all networks for 10sen a minute. The packages come with a complimentary router and 24-month contract.

The service is meant to complement its Celcom Home Wireless service, which can connect up to 64 devices at a time with average speeds of 30 Mbps. However, the wireless service does have a usage cap.

The Home Wireless service is available in three packages: Home Wireless Gold with 25GB Internet quota for RM70, Home Wireless Gold Plus with 50GB Internet quota for RM100 and Home Wireless Platinum with 150GB Internet quota for RM150.

The plans also come bundled with separate data quotas for Celcom's Video Walla and Music Walla services, with up to 1,000GB available for customers' video and music streaming needs.

Celcom Axiata Bhd chief executive officer Idham Nawawi said the offerings provide speeds sufficient for 4K video streaming, video calls and gaming.

“From our mobile plans, home Internet to smart business solutions and many more, we want to ensure that every Malaysian will be able to enjoy the nation’s best 4G network and fibre infrastructure anywhere they may be,” he said, in a press release.

The Home Fibre service is available at all Celcom bluecube outlets and Celcom certified partners, with free installation service at customers’ convenience.

Those interested can also register online so Celcom can check if their homes are in an eligible area.


   

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