U Mobile introduces contract-free 5G home broadband plan for RM78 per month

The company in a statement today (June 23) said the plan is a contract-free SIM-only plan, promising uncapped speed. — Image by jcomp on Freepik

U Mobile has introduced U Home 5G, an unlimited home broadband plan for RM78 a month.

The company in a statement today (June 23) said the plan is a contract-free SIM-only plan, promising uncapped speed.

“Digital Nasional Berhad (DNB) guarantees a minimum download speed of 100Mbps across Malaysia’s 5G network. This means that you should be able to achieve at least 100Mbps download speeds within 5G coverage areas,” the company said in its FAQ.

However, the company said it will restrict users’ speed if it detects abuse or unusually high usage above 1,000GB.

Users with a current wireless broadband plan under U Mobile such as WB48 can convert their plan to the new U Home 5G.

U Mobile is currently offering the new U Home 5G at a promotional price of RM68 a month.

“Customers who register for U Home 5G during the promo period will receive RM10 rebate off from the normal charges of RM78 per month. This rebate will be prorated according to your first bill and will automatically be reflected on your subsequent monthly bills,” the company said in the FAQ.

The company said the rebate applies for life as long as customers don't terminate or downgrade the plan after the promo period ends. It added that the promo is available until further notice.

The company also recommends that the plan be utilised with a 5G-compatible modem or router. A list of recommended devices is available on the U Mobile website. Users can also check on the website to see if they are within an area with 5G coverage.

Communications and Digital minister Fahmi Fadzil in a recent report said Malaysia has reached 62.1% 5G coverage in populated areas.

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