TM has ended its 20GB free data offer for its unifi mobile (formerly webe mobile) service. At launch, consumers who register for a free unifi SIM pack are entitled to free 20GB of LTE data, together with SIM pack’s bundled 50MB of high-speed data, 10 minutes of bundled calls and 10 SMS.

Consumers can register up to five free SIM cards and these can be picked up from the nearest TMpoint outlet.

But as they say, all good things must come to an end. To a point. Effective 26 February 2018, unifi mobile no longer offers free 20GB of data with each free SIM. Instead, the free data offer is halved to 10GB.

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Free is a good price

The good news is, it’s still free data. And by the way, the unifi mobile SIM pack still comes bundled with 50MB of LTE/3G data, 10 minutes of voice calls and 10 SMS.

Also, instead of a limit of five free SIMs, you are now limited to only three SIM cards. Each SIM pack costs MYR10, but is currently free until 31 March 2018.

The great thing about unifi mobile is that it never expires. That’s right. As long as you keep your mobile line active, your credit will remain intact. To keep your line active, simply make an outgoing call, send a text message, reload or purchase an add-on within 90 days from your last activity.

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Like numerous other telco services, your unifi mobile account is managed via the [email protected] app.

If you find yourself low or out of data, or need to make additional calls or send SMS, you can buy add-ons. There’s no pay per use charges for calls or text.

Here are add-on prices for reference:

  • 8GB high-speed data (4GB LTE only + 4GB LTE/3G) – MYR50
  • 4GB high-speed data (2GB LTE only + 2GB LTE/3G) – MYR30
  • 2GB high-speed (1GB LTE only + 1GB LTE/3G) – MYR15
  • 1GB basic internet (1GB LTE/3G) – MYR13
  • 200 min calls + 200 SMS – MYR30
  • 60 min calls + 60 SMS – MYR10

You can reload in denominations of MYR10, MYR30, MYR50 and MYR100 via credit/debit card or online banking.

For more information, visit TM’s unifi mobile page.

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