Yoodo says operating as usual amid user concerns over Celcom-Digi merger


The company said it will continue to grow and promised to introduce more new products such as data add-ons in the next few months. — Technology phone photo created by jannoon028 - www.freepik.com

PETALING JAYA: Yoodo has announced that “it’s business as usual” amid reports that the company has to be sold off or face being shut down due to the Celcom-Digi merger.

The company said it will continue to grow and promised to introduce more new products such as data add-ons in the next few months.

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