Celcom Home Fibre delivers 30Mbps broadband for MYR80

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Celcom has rolled out its high-speed fibre internet service–Celcom Home Fibre–to complement its existing fixed wireless network service. The service is available nationwide, with plans starting from as low as MYR80 for 30Mbps speeds and unlimited quota.

The introduction of the fibre broadband service is in line with the government’s National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP) that aims to provide 98 percent broadband coverage in populated areas by 2023, with a minimum speed of 30Mbps.

Celcom Home Fibre offers two plans: Home Fibre Gold and Home Fibre Gold Supreme.

Home Fibre Gold offers 30Mbps download and upload speeds with unlimited quota for MYR80 per month. Meanwhile, Home Fibre Gold Supreme provides 100Mbps download and 50Mbps upload speeds with unlimited quota for MYR120 per month.

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Both plans are based on a 24-month contract and will come with a free Wi-Fi router. Voice calls are charged at 10 sen per minute for all networks.

Celcom’s new offering undercuts Maxis’ Home Fibre plans by a touch–Maxis’ 30Mbps goes for MYR89 per month; 120Mbps for MYR129 per month.

To check for coverage areas, you can call Celcom’s customer service at 1-300-11-3282, visit the nearest Celcom BlueCube or authorised sales partner, or you can fill in the enquiry form online.

If you’re out of coverage, you may want to consider a wireless solution–Celcom Home Wireless that rides on Celcom’s wide 4G LTE network.

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Celcom’s 4G LTE covers 94 percent of the population across Malaysia.

For more info, visit the official Celcom Home Broadband page.

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