Celcom introduces RM20 Internet pass with 15GB data for SPM and STPM students

SPM is scheduled to take place on Feb 22 while STPM is expected to start on March 8. — RAJA FAISAL HISHAN/The Star

Celcom has introduced a monthly Internet pass with 15GB data priced at RM20, exclusively for SPM (Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia) and STPM (Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia) students.

The SPM/STPM Special Internet pass, which is valid for 30 days, is available for both new and existing Xpax prepaid customers born between 2001 to 2004.

According to its FAQ, existing customers who are eligible for the offer will receive an SMS with instructions on how to subscribe to the Internet pass, while new customers will have to purchase a starter pack from Celcom. However they may have to wait up to four working days to receive the SMS upon successful pack activation.

Any unused quota will be forfeited upon expiry of the validity period, as stated in its T&C notice.

The SPM/STPM Monthly Internet pass is available from now until April 30. More information is available on the Celcom website.

Last month, the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia (KKMM) announced five initiatives to help B40 households as well as SPM and STPM students stay connected in 2021.

Local telcos are expected to introduce special data packages for Form Five and Form Six students who will be sitting for the SPM and STPM examinations.

According to Education Minister Dr Mohd Radzi Md Jidin in a report dated Nov 8, SPM exams are currently scheduled to start on Feb 22 while STPM exams are expected to start on March 8.

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