Hotlink Postpaid Flex Plus

Early this year, Hotlink shook things up by launching Hotlink Postpaid Flex, adding a new dimension to the once prepaid-only service. And now, it’s making it even more enticing (and simpler) for customers to move from prepaid to postpaid with the new Hotlink Postpaid Flex Plus. The new plan comes bundled with a device and up to 10GB of high-speed internet data.

When you sign up for Hotlink Postpaid Flex Plus you get to choose between two devices: the vivo Y81i for only MYR1 or vivo Y85 at MYR199. Picking either device will require an advanced payment.

The Flex Plus 60 plans gives you 10GB of high-speed internet data, unlimited calls (domestic all networks) and unlimited SMS.

You can then add Unlimited Apps Add-Ons for Social, Music and/or Chat apps for an additional MYR10 per month for each option. Unlimited Social gives you unlimited data for apps like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter and Pinterest. Unlimited Music gives you unlimited data for music-based apps like KKBox, JOOX, Spotify, and Smule. Finally, Unlimited Chat covers apps like WhatsApp, WeChat, LINE, KakaoTalk, QQ, and IMO.

You can sign-up for Hotlink Postpaid Flex Plus and Hotlink Prepaid Flex at selected Hotlink dealers and all Maxis Centres and Maxis Exclusive Partners (MEPS) nationwide.

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Aside from Flex Plus 60, you can also consider Postpaid Flex 30 and Flex 40, that cost MYR30 and MYR40 per month respectively.

For more information, read www.hotlink.com.my.

 

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