Unifi Mobile plans now offer unlimited 5G data from RM35 a month

For those keen on either of TM's 5G offerings, do make sure to check on which devices are supported on the Uni5G website. — Unifi Mobile

Want to get unlimited 5G data? Unifi Mobile is now offering all the data you could want for both its prepaid and postpaid plans.

The telco has updated its Bebas prepaid plan to include an add-on for unlimited 5G data priced at RM35 a month.

According to the Unifi Mobile website, its prepaid 5G offering is only included in the monthly tier of the Bebas add-ons, with no mention of 5G in the weekly, daily, and two-hourly tiers.

The 5G data comes on top of the existing unlimited LTE data included with the add-on – though users should note that since this is a one-time add-on, it will not be automatically renewed upon expiry.

The Bebas monthly add-on plan is normally available at RM55 a month, but is currently being offered at a promotional price of RM35 and can be purchased through the Unifi Mobile app.

For those who would prefer a postpaid option instead, Unifi Mobile is also offering its Uni5G Ultimate Plan, albeit at a higher monthly fee – RM59 a month for existing Unifi subscribers or under a 12-month contract, and RM79 for new subscribers without a contract.

Currently, the Uni5G Ultimate Plan is the only postpaid plan under Unifi Mobile that includes 5G, with the other plans on its website including a message saying “Subscribe now to enjoy 5G data soon”.

The Ultimate Plan also comes with unlimited calls, SMS, and 10GB LTE hotspot.

For those keen on either of TM’s 5G offerings, do make sure to double check which devices are supported on the Uni5G website – notably both the iPhone and Galaxy S21 series are absent from the company’s list.

These updated offerings comes after news surfaced via a Bursa Malaysia filing that TM had executed the 5G access agreement on Oct 30.

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