Telekom Malaysia (TM), the title sponsor for Liga Malaysia, has announced that unifi will be offering free viewing for all CIMB Liga Super 2020 live matches from 28 August until 10 October 2020. The free live broadcast covers unifi TV, unifi Play TV and YouTube.
To help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) digitalise their businesses in the “new normal,” unifi is introducing unifi Business Club (uBC)—an all-in-one community that combines the best business solutions, expert advice, and marketing tools.
With the Movement Control Order in place, it’s wise to stay home to keep yourself and others safe. Following Astro’s move in giving free access to all its movie and sports channels to its customers, Telekom Malaysia (TM) is following suit to give its unifi customers free access to all unifi TV channels.
Unifi on Thursday announced strategic partnerships with Tourism Malaysia, Malaysia Healthcare Council (MHTC), KL Tower, Klook and Fave to further promote Visit Malaysia 2020. This partnership is an extension of the recent collaboration inked between Telekom Malaysia (TM) and Tourism Malaysia where TM becomes the strategic telecommunication for the Visit Malaysia 2020 campaign.
After more than a year since revising its unifi Home broadband plans, Telekom Malaysia (TM) is finally bringing good news to its business customers. The base 100Mbps unifi Biz plan is now MYR139 per month, a significant price slash from MYR349 per month.
How’s that for breaking news? As part of its #KhabarBaik campaign, Telekom Malaysia (TM) is introducing a “Pay Nothing” campaign when you can sign for a broadband plan and pay nothing until 1 January 2020. The great news is that, existing subscribers can also enjoy the same perks, too.
If you’re a civil servant, here’s a piece of good news for you. Telekom Malaysia (“TM”) has extended its Pek Jasa Plan—a MYR59 per month Unifi Mobile postpaid plan, initially for teachers, now also for government servants. The plan offers unlimited data as well as unlimited calls and SMS to domestic numbers.
Telekom Malaysia’s unifi at its #khabarbaik media event today revealed that it has deployed the nation’s first pre-5G infrastructure via Time Division Duplex (TDD) technology. The project, started in Q4 last year has entered commercial phase at SetiaWalk Puchong, the perfect location due to its mixed development of residential blocks, mall and offices.
This is a piece of #khabarbaik (“good news”) for Malaysian consumers. Telekom Malaysia (“TM”) is speeding things up in the deployment of fibre broadband in home with its 24-hour installation services. What would have usually taken days and weeks, can now be done within the same day of registration.
It was discovered yesterday that Telekom Malaysia (TM)’s unifi Lite Plan with 100Mbps at MYR129 per month would cost MYR159 per month after a 24-month period. This drew flak from the public and disgruntled unifi subscribers.