Yoodo adds free 10GB extra data to most of its mobile plans

Yoodo is offering eligible subscribers 10GB of extra Internet data free with its Double Special Extra Promo. —Yoodo

Yoodo is adding even more data to its mobile data plans, tacking on an extra 10GB for select subscribers with its new Double Special Extra Promo.

Under the new promotion, plans with 10GB base data and above monthly will qualify for an additional 10GB of data. This effectively doubles the 10GB plan to 20GB, while keeping the cost at RM25 a month, for example.

The telco added that other eligible plans will also receive an additional 10GB of data free of charge. However the plans with the lowest data quota – at 2GB and 6GB respectively – do not qualify for the extra 10GB data.

This is an update to the Double Special promo launched last December, which doubled the data quota for plans between 5GB and 100GB, to 10GB and all the way to 200GB respectively.

The digital telco has various plans based on Internet quotas, ranging from 2GB to 200GB, priced from RM12 to RM98 monthly.

Existing customers who are already subscribed to eligible plans will be automatically upgraded. New customers can subscribe online and have their SIM card delivered, or apply for an eSim if they have a compatible phone.

Yoodo said the new offer, which started March 2, would run until further notice. A digital telco under Celcom, it shares the same network coverage.

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