TM's economical broadband plan, Unifi Basic, is now accepting pre-orders
Its website went live on 15 July, accompanied with details on sign-up eligibility and other important FAQs.
The plan will be available from 1 August 2018 onwards.
The RM79/month plan comes with 30Mbps paired with 60GB quota, which when depleted will be throttled to 128Kbps.
As proof, you're required to produce supporting documents such as a verified salary slip, documents verified by local authorities, or a copy of your BR1M acceptance letter. Each IC number is only eligible for one Unifi Basic Plan.
You also need to be a Malaysian citizen above the age of 18.
Despite being labelled as a "data-only" plan, Unifi Basic is also offering calls at RM0.20/minute and 17 free channels on [email protected]
But the plan is not bundled together with a phone, so you need to get your own.
Another important thing to note is that the plan is tied down to a 24-month contract, so early termination will result in a penalty fee
The plan and upgrades provided by TM has caught the attention of rival Internet service provider, TIME, who posted this note of "congratulations" last week:
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