GBShare is available with Celcom FIRST Gold Plus, the MYR98/month plan that gives you 40GB of data. You can add up to two GBshare Lines for up to 44GB of shared data.
For the Celcom FIRST Platinum plan, the MYR150/month plan with 60GB of data, you can register up to two GBshare Lines or up to a maximum of five GBshare Lines. With five GBshare Lines, you’ll have a whopping 70GB of data to share with five lines.
Each GBshare Line costs MYR48, and comes with an additional 2GB of data. GBshare Lines also include unlimited calls and unlimited social chat (WhatsApp and WeChat).
Thankfully, there’s no weekend data nonsense (thanks for #nokelentong, Celcom) so the GBshare data can be used at any time, on any day.
Easily manage your data via the new MyCelcom Postpaid app, available for iOS and Android.
The new GBshare is the answer to Maxis’ Datapool that’s available for its MaxisONE postpaid customers. While Celcom has two shareable postpaid plans, Maxis has four (MOP 98, MOP 128, MOP 158 and MOP 188).
The direct competitors would be the Maxis MOP 98 and MOP 158 plans.
Maxis MOP 98 gives users a total of 20GB of data (10GB all-day + 10GB weekend) with up to one MaxisONE Share Line at MYR48/month per line. A MaxisONE Share Line comes with 5GB all-day data, and 5GB 4G weekend data with unlimited calls and SMS to all networks.
Maxis MOP 158 on the other hand, will give you 40GB of data (20GB all-day + 20GB weekend) with the option of adding up to three shared lines.
Based on data quota alone, Celcom seems to have a winner here with its GBshare feature.
What do you think?
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