Celcom has introduced Mega, a new postpaid plan starting from RM80 monthly with 30GB data and unlimited calls to all networks.
Users can then decide between an Unlimited Mobile Internet add-on or Lightning Mobile Internet Speed pass, both of which starts from an additional RM18 per month.
Under the Unlimited Mobile Internet M add-on for RM18, users will receive unlimited Internet with HD video streaming and 5GB monthly hotspot data. Then there's the Unlimited Mobile Internet L for an additional RM68 per month which comes with unlimited Internet with Full HD video streaming and 10GB monthly hotspot data.
The Lightning Mobile Internet Speed pass come with three options namely M for RM18 with additional 10GB data, L for RM68 with additional 30GB data and XL for RM108 for additional 70GB data.
Only customers with a Lightning Mobile Internet Speed pass can trade a minimum 500MB of unused data into cashback for the Boost e-wallet.
This limited time offer gives users up to RM5 cashback for a trade-in of 10GB unused Internet quota. First time users are encouraged to sign up with Boost e-wallet and link it with the Celcom Life app before trade-in.
For users who opt for the RM108 XL pass, which will bring their total monthly Mega postpaid bill to RM188 (RM80 + RM108); they will get free roaming to use their local Internet quota, unlimited calls and SMS while travelling in 12 selected countries (Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal).
According to Celcom chief product and innovation officer Roy Ong, the new Mega postpaid plan will allow users to personalise their mobile plan according to their own digital lifestyles and experiences. He suggested the Unlimited Mobile Internet plan for those who prefer non-stop streaming and gaming at consistent speed, while Lightning Mobile Internet Speed allows more flexibility for users.
"With the Lightning Mobile Internet Speed plans, they have the freedom to utilise their Internet quota when travelling overseas (with our Roam Like Home feature) or even trade-in unused Internet quota for cashback,” Ong said in a press statement.
Note however that according to the FAQ, these add-ons or passes are auto-recurring services. Users can unsubscribe from them by logging on to the Celcom Life app, and are allowed to change their add-ons once per bill cycle.
More information is available here on the Celcom website.
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