The first option is a Weekly Pass that gives you 18GB of data for just MYR12 and it also includes 1GB of hotspot data.
If you’re a data-hound and need more data for longer, then consider the Monthly Pass that will give you 48GB for MYR38 per month. It also bundles 3GB worth of hotspot data.
In case you need more, you can buy more hotspot data at a competitive MYR1 for 1GB with 24-hour validity, or MYR3 for 5GB that’s valid for 3 days. Note that the hotspot service is disabled once the free hotspot quota is used up.
So, where’s the catch you ask, since these two packages seem too good to be true. They’re true alright and they’re competitively priced. But…what Celcom didn’t openly tell you is that the internet pass speed is capped at 3Mbps. This also applies to hotspot data. You can read more to the official T&C, as revealed by colleagues at SoyaCincau.
It will be disappointing for you if you’re a speed freak; oddly enough Celcom targets “The Movie Fanatic,” “The Die-Hard Gamer,” “The Shopaholic,” “The Social Butterfly,” “The Walking Playlist,” and “The eBiz Whizz” in their marketing.
That said, if data quota is important for you, then you should be more than pleased at what’s being offered.
By the way, unused data cannot be rolled over to the following month. Too much data is one thing, but on the flipside, if you’ve exhausted your internet pass quota, you won’t be completely cut off; you’ll stay connected at a throttled 64kbps.
The two new internet passes complement Xpax’s existing Daily, Weekly and Monthly passes. Alternatively, you can opt for the Ultra Hour Pass that lets you enjoy true unlimited usage from as low as MYR1 per hour, MYR2 for 3 hours, 12 hours for MYR5 or up to 24 hours for MYR8.
Ready to get started? Get a Xpax Starter Pack for MYR10 that will give you 10GB of high-speed internet for Facebook, Instagram and Games Walla.
For more info, visit the official Celcom prepaid page.