U Mobile nano-SIM

U Mobile nano-SIM

Size does matter. As in tiny is better, apparently. Tsk tsk. On a serious note, U Mobile, the young but mighty Malaysian telco, is offering its subscribers a huge deal – the all-new nano-SIM for just RM10. Catering to current and would be iPhone 5 users, the move enables owners to enjoy U Mobile’s high speed mobile internet and quality services, despite the fact that U Mobile does not currently carry Apple products as part of its product offerings.

For RM10, existing customers can obtain the nano-SIM for U Mobile’s prepaid or postpaid plans to pair with their devices. As for customers who intend to get the nano-SIM for the plan they are opting for, they just need to pay and additional RM10 on top of the plan fee. U Mobile nano-SIM is available at all U Mobile outlets nationwide.

For more information on U Mobile’s Nano SIM offering, log on to http://u.com.my/broadband/nano-sim

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