Celcom’s new plan bundles mobile and home Internet at a lower price

The Celcom Max package brings together the telco’s home broadband and mobile postpaid plans under a single bill, with a discount thrown in. — Celcom

Celcom Axiata Bhd is bundling its home fiber broadband and postpaid mobile plans as a single package called Max, discounting RM21 from the total price.

The packages come in three tiers: 100Mbps Home Fibre (from RM179 per month), 300Mbps (from RM199 a month) and 500Mbps (from RM259 per month). Upload speeds for the first two packages are 50Mbps, while the third package has a higher 100Mbps upload speed.

All three Celcom Max packages also come with a Celcom Mega postpaid mobile plan, which delivers high speed Internet capped at a 40GB quota. Calls to all networks are free, though SMS cost 20sen each.

New Home Fibre customers will also receive a complimentary AX Router.

Those subscribing to the 100Mbps or 300Mbps Home Fibre plan can get a pair of Mesh WiFi Deco X20 devices bundled in for RM25 a month, for the duration of their 24-month contract. Subscribers of the 500Mbps plan get it bundled for free.

According to its FAQ, users can split the package or cancel either the Home Fibre or mobile plan after the contract period. However, this will result in each plan being assigned its own number, and a cancellation of the discount.

All plans also come with a six-month subscription to various streaming services.

This promotion is available for subscription at Celcom Bluecube centres, and through its certified partners, home dealers or contact centre.

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