U Mobile has announced an enticing offer for its Unlimited Hero P139 plan subscribers. They will be able to register up to three Share 20 postpaid lines for just MYR1 per line monthly. This would otherwise cost MYR20 per shared line per month.
This effectively means shared lines will also be able to share the principal P139 account’s 50GB of high-speed (uncapped) hotspot data. This is separate from the principle line’s data quota. The P139 plan enjoys unlimited high-speed data.
With the shared lines, you can share the line with family members or connect other devices such as smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, or use it as a mobile hotspot. Note that this limited time special promo is applicable for new Share 20 lines only.
Other benefits include free 30 minutes of voice calls to any U Mobile number every day. Call rates to all networks is 5sen/30sec.
Note: You will be charged the full MYR20 for the Share 20 line on the first month. U Mobile will extend a MYR19 rebate from the second month onwards for a total of 12 months. A rebate will not be credited if your line is suspended.
U Mobile also has an ongoing MYR0.99 Device Bonanza promo that lets you take home a new phone for just MYR0.99. This is on top of being able to active a new Share 20 line for just MYR1. Devices offered include the iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy A51, Galaxy A21s, Galaxy A11, and more.
To recap, the Unlimited Hero P139 plan gives you monthly unlimited high-speed data and unlimited calls to all networks. It also gives you free 24-month 3GB of Roam-Onz global data to 36 destinations worldwide (limited time offer). The plan offers 50GB of dedicated hotspot data as well as one-month opt-in free GoInsure 3 Coverage which includes protection against COVID-19.
For more information, visit u.com.my.
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