Xpax M4GIC SIM

New M4GIC SIM and Magic Reload by Xpax delivers unlimited calls and supersized data

Malaysian consumers are spoilt for choice. Perhaps even muddled at their choice of telco. After intense battles on the postpaid front, it looks like the fight will now shift its focus to prepaid. Firing the first salvo was Maxis’ Hotlink FAST prepaid last week. And now Celcom’s Xpax has dived in with even more value for customers.

As you may be aware, Xpax currently has the Magic SIM – a groundbreaking prepaid plan at launch with free basic internet, free high speed internet and free calls and SMS. Magic SIM waved goodbye to pay-per-use data, a much-lauded move for prepaid users.

Xpax M4GIC SIM

Today, it introduced an upgraded Magic SIM, now oddly called M4GIC SIM. The ‘4’ in its name represents the four key unique selling propositions of the plan – unlimited calls, free basic internet, carry forward internet and free unlimited Yonder Music.

The most important element in the new M4GIC SIM though, is the new Magic Reload. Magic Reload are internet plans of various ‘sizes’ that ride on M4GIC SIM. These plans can be subscribed at any time.

Xpax M4GIC SIM

A summary of plans are as below:

  • S – Daily Plan at MYR8 (1GB)
  • M – Weekly Plan at MYR18 (1GB)
  • L – Monthly Plan at MYR38 (4GB)
  • XL – Monthly Plan at MYR48 (5GB)
  • 2XL – Monthly at MYR68 (7GB)
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All Magic Reload plans come with unlimited calls to the same network. For Monthly Internet Plan XL and 2XL, customers will get additional free calls of up to 30 minutes and 60 minutes (same network).

Internet Burung Hantu (1AM-7AM) is available as an add-on at MYR2 for 2GB or MYR5 for 10GB.

Xpax M4GIC SIM

A new M4GIC SIM starter pack costs MYR10 and comes with MYR6 pre-loaded airtime as well as 200MB of high-speed internet. Like the Magic SIM, it is valid for five days after activation, and comes with 500MB of free basic internet.

Xpax M4GIC SIM

The previous Magic SIM is still available, while stocks last. You may want to pick one up from 11street. There’s 10% discount on reloads till end of the year.

For more information, visit Xpax.

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  • Shetak Ng

    Stella: Im agreed with you. The good for postpaid is it wont go expired, might as well give premium price to get better package. Celcom plan is better than the new Xpax Magic Sim.

    • Joe

      Different people having different usage. Just pick which plan that is suitable. In my opinion, normally heavy users will take up Celcom postpaid and for those light users prepaid is the best option to go for. Plus, the new Xpax looks similar to postpaid no? unlimited calls, carry forward and even the free yonder.

  • Oliver Yong

    Hmm, it’s seem that xpax is better huh, no limit 4g area and able to receive unlimited calls.
    Too bad, the unlimited calls only for same network, otherwise users only spend credit for data plan without worry of calling.

    • Chai

      Well, at least better than nothing. Anyway, if you look at the picture carefully. You can find that purchase XL data pass or higher we can receive 30mins free calls to all networks and 60 mins free calss for double XL pass.

  • Liemausan

    i more prefer for postpaid. coz i can claim my company for monthly with statement.

    • Tammy

      Why not get both? lol
      I got both, my personal line is using xpax and my company line is first gold with samsung s6 free. XD

  • Stella

    lol even prepaid also can get yonder, unlimited call and carry forward.
    It seem that no more different between prepaid and postpaid.

  • Lionel

    Actually I think prepaid is much better, less trouble. I used postpaid before, sometimes I forgot my data already finish, then I have to pay a lot..

    • Joe

      They should have remind you by sending a message no? haha so forgetful.
      Maybe, it’s good for you to try out this Xpax Magic Sim. Some how can prevent over charges.
      What do you think?

  • Mandy

    The biggest different between postpaid and prepaid =
    Prepaid top up troublesome, while postpaid can enjoy monthly auto debit

    • Zenny

      To be honest, Im one of the magic sim user and I never went to any dealer shop top up my credit. All I did was top up my credit online. Easy, convenient and will never run out of stocks. Next time, you should give a try as well.

    • Joe

      Prepaid now can purchase through online, it’s not troublesome like previous. Nothing good to worry about.

  • Jason

    I am now using the L-plans with RM38 4GB, the line is quite stable, I can even watch video with it!!

    • Joe

      I was on XL, extra 30mins free calls to other networks. Anyway, the L plans looks similar with the first blue postpaid and even cheaper, but with extra unlimited calls to same telco line.

  • Samuel Kong

    7gb seems too much eh…but if less one 5gb also not enuf to use…how ar…hard to make decision leh

    • Manii Malik

      LOL. You don’t know it can bring forward the unused data to next month geh meh? Up to 5GB can bring some more.

  • Danny

    Wow what ! Unlimited call and more data can get liao !
    BTW, is the Burung Hantu plan still available?

    • Samuel Kong

      hi..what is burung hantu plan??

    • Manii Malik

      Ya. But the unlimited data changed to RM 2 to get 2GB and RM 5 to get 10GB to get data stable.

  • Liemausan

    i more prefer for postpaid. coz i can claim my company for monthly with statement.

    • Tammy

      Why not get both? lol
      I got both, my personal line is using xpax and my company line is first gold with samsung s6 free. XD

  • Lionel

    Actually I think prepaid is much better, less trouble. I used postpaid before, sometimes I forgot my data already finish, then I have to pay a lot..

    • Joe

      They should have remind you by sending a message no? haha so forgetful.
      Maybe, it’s good for you to try out this Xpax Magic Sim. Some how can prevent over charges.
      What do you think?

  • Jason

    I am now using the L-plans with RM38 4GB, the line is quite stable, I can even watch video with it!!

    • Joe

      I was on XL, extra 30mins free calls to other networks. Anyway, the L plans looks similar with the first blue postpaid and even cheaper, but with extra unlimited calls to same telco line.

  • Shetak Ng

    Stella: Im agreed with you. The good for postpaid is it wont go expired, might as well give premium price to get better package. Celcom plan is better than the new Xpax Magic Sim.

    • Joe

      Different people having different usage. Just pick which plan that is suitable. In my opinion, normally heavy users will take up Celcom postpaid and for those light users prepaid is the best option to go for. Plus, the new Xpax looks similar to postpaid no? unlimited calls, carry forward and even the free yonder.

  • Mandy

    The biggest different between postpaid and prepaid =
    Prepaid top up troublesome, while postpaid can enjoy monthly auto debit

    • Joe

      Prepaid now can purchase through online, it’s not troublesome like previous. Nothing good to worry about.

    • Zenny

      To be honest, Im one of the magic sim user and I never went to any dealer shop top up my credit. All I did was top up my credit online. Easy, convenient and will never run out of stocks. Next time, you should give a try as well.

  • Oliver Yong

    Hmm, it’s seem that xpax is better huh, no limit 4g area and able to receive unlimited calls.
    Too bad, the unlimited calls only for same network, otherwise users only spend credit for data plan without worry of calling.

    • Chai

      Well, at least better than nothing. Anyway, if you look at the picture carefully. You can find that purchase XL data pass or higher we can receive 30mins free calls to all networks and 60 mins free calss for double XL pass.

  • Stella

    lol even prepaid also can get yonder, unlimited call and carry forward.
    It seem that no more different between prepaid and postpaid.

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