Senheng Mobile Payback Prepaid

Senheng Mobile has rolled out a new mobile service product – Senheng Mobile Payback Prepaid. It currently has two postpaid products under its wing. Its mobile service rides on redONE’s aka Celcom’s 3G and 4G network, which promises the widest network coverage in Malaysia.

If you look at what the prepaid package offers, you’ll find that it is identical to one offered by redONE (the Celcom-powered MVNO), which was launched just a couple of weeks ago. A starter pack costs MYR10 which comes with MYR6 credit, free unlimited on-net calls, 30 days validity and 500MB of data upon activation.

Its unique feature however, is EZ Credit. Each time you make a top-up, you’ll receive a 10% rebate in the form of EZ Credit, a virtual currency which you can accumulate and use to purchase electrical items at Senheng stores and SenQ Digital Stations. EZ Credit points are valid for two years.

Reload packs for the prepaid service is available in MYR10, MYR20, MYR30 and MYR50 denominations. Data top-ups cost MYR10 for 500MB; and MYR20 for 1GB. Both offer 30 days validity. Reloads can be done online via redONE, or via partner outlets.

As an icing on the cake, Senheng will also provide BlackBox Mobile identity–an enterprise-grade security solution powered by Microstrategy USA. This will allow to subscribers to redeem EZ Credit points without having to enter their usernames and passwords each time.

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The Senheng Mobile Payback Prepaid service will be available starting from 1 December 2016.

As part of its launch campaign, Senheng Mobile is giving away a total of 200 prepaid starter packs worth MYR30 absolutely free at four Senheng outlets. These locations are Grand Senheng Setia Alam, Grand Senheng Selayang, senQ Alamanda, Putrajaya and senQ Leisure Mall, Cheras.

For more info on Senheng Mobile, visit


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