U Mobile extends 15GB data promo for Hero Postpaid P70 till end of 2016

While yellow goes tit-for-tat with blue (and the green watches from the sidelines), orange whizzes by without drama. U Mobile’s Hero Postpaid P70 plan is undeniably a kick-ass plan, offering 7GB of monthly data and unlimited calls to all networks for just MYR70/month.

U Mobile made it even sweeter with a bonus of 8GB of additional data, making the total monthly data allocation – a whopping 15GB. The limited time deal was set to expire on 30 June 2016.

U Mobile Hero Postpaid P70
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The great news is that U Mobile is extending the promo till the end of the year. So, if you haven’t converted or ported in to the Hero Postpaid P70 plan, you still have time to take advantage of of the offer.

U Mobile Hero Postpaid P70

In summary, Hero Postpaid P70 offers 15GB of data, and unlimited calls to all networks. Unlike Digi’s Postpaid 80 plan which offers unlimited SMS texts to 3 Digi friends, or Celcom FIRST Gold’s unlimited SMS across the board, U Mobile’s Hero does not offer any free SMS.

The data-centric plan instead offers a pay-as-you-go rate of 3sen/SMS to U Mobile numbers, or 8sen/SMS to other networks.

For a free of MYR50 (Share 50 Member Line), you can share the principal line, which gives you an additional 3GB and unlimited free voice calls. You can have up to three Share 50 Member Lines.

The U Mobile Hero Postpaid P70 plan is a fantastic plan and probably the best postpaid plan under MYR80.

For more info, head over to U Mobile.

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