TM hikes prices for 2Gbps Unifi plan from RM399 to RM428.90; 1Gbps plan from RM349 to RM378.90

For existing subscribers, the company noted in an FAQ that price offering (with discount) is valid as long as they remain with their respective 24-month plans. — Image by Freepik

Telekom Malaysia (TM) has adjusted the monthly subscription fee of its Unifi Home 2Gbps plan from RM399 to RM428.90.

The new pricing comes with a subscription to a standard Netflix plan, where the company said users can watch on two supported devices at a time.

Other offerings include the existing Unifi TV Ultimate Max package offering users access to 10 streaming apps including Disney+ Hotstar, BBC Player and iQiyi, as well as a free WiFi 6-certified Mesh device.

The 2Gbps plan was first introduced April with a subscription price of RM399, promising download speeds of up to 2Gbps and upload speeds of up to 1Gbps.

TM has also adjusted the price of its 1GBps plan, which was also introduced in April, from RM349 monthly to RM378.90 monthly with the inclusion of Netflix Standard. The company is also offering users under this plan a free six-month speed upgrade to 2GBps.

For those who have already subscribed to the plans, the company noted in an FAQ that the price offering (with discount) is valid as long as they remain with their respective 24-month plans.

Currently, the company is not offering new users the choice of opting out of the additional Netflix subscription from the 2Gbps and 1Gbps plans. Both plans also come with a 24-month contract.

On whether subscribers will experience the exact gigabit speed, the company said that 2Gbps plan customers "will enjoy an aggregated speed offering which means every LAN port will not exceed 1Gbps but with a combined bandwidth of 2Gbps", while 1Gbps customers "will enjoy the 1Gbps speed experience".

TM in its FAQ stated that customers can downgrade their plan, adding that the existing contract will “reset to 24-months”.

Unifi plans without Netflix are available starting with the 30Mbps plan at RM89 monthly.

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

Next In Tech News

Factbox-Who is still banned on X?
‘Teacher, I want to be a TikTok-er’: Little M'sian content creators chase big dreams
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones reinstated on X after Musk poll
WhatsApp now lets you hide locked chats to stop looking suspicious
Google upgrades Bard with 'most capable' AI model to date
PKT Logistics becomes first Malaysian company to join The Climate Pledge
'Grand Theft Auto': Controversy surrounds the popular gaming series
Review: Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name is a fun game that falls short of series standards
Factbox-What are Europe's landmark AI regulations?
EU clinches deal on landmark AI Act - reaction

Others Also Read