Unifi expands availability touchpoints for unifi Travel Pass in support of Visit Malaysia 2020

Unifi ties up with Tourism Malaysia, Malaysia Healthcare Council (MHTC), KL Tower, Klook and Fave
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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.

Inking the partnership were Lai Shu Wei, head of marketing, commercial of TM; Sherene Azli, chief executive officer of Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council (MHTC); Datuk Rozlan Mohamed, chief executive officer of Menara Kuala Lumpur (KL Tower); Emily Tan, marketing lead for Klook; and Datuk Jake Abdullah, managing director of Fave.

What’s unifi Travel Pass?

Last month, TM’s unifi mobile introduced a special mobile plan called unifi Travel Pass—catered for foreign tourists to Malaysia. The plan offers foreign tourists unlimited access to high-speed internet for an attractive price. With the new collaboration, the mobile plan now comes with additional perks and rewards.

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How does it work?

The unifi Travel Pass comes with two validity options: 7 Days Travel Pass at MYR30 and 15 Days Travel Pass at MYR60. Both come with unlimited high-speed data (4G LTE/3G), unlimited access to more than 8,000 WiFi hotspots nationwide via [email protected] and unlimited entertainment through the [email protected] app.

Unifi Travel Pass

The SIM starter pack comes preloaded with MYR5 worth of airtime for calls or SMS. Call rates are at MYR0.20 per minute whereas text messages cost MYR0.10 per SMS.

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Users can buy reloads in denominations of MYR10, MYR30, MYR50 and MYR100. Reload vouchers can be purchased at MyNews, Pos Malaysia, e-pay, TMPoint, Shell, Petron, Petronas, and BHP outlets.

The Travel Pass with automatically expire after seven or 15 days and any remaining credit will be forfeited.


To reload and manage the Travel Pass, users will need to download the [email protected] app from Google Play or Apple App Store and for those using Huawei devices, can also download from the Huawei AppGallery.

For terms & conditions, read this.

How to buy unifi Travel Pass

Foreign tourists can order a SIM pack online and unifi’s new strategic partners Klook or Fave online. They can choose to pick-up their prepaid SIM pack at Tourism Malaysia’s Information Counters  (TICs) located at all international airports in Malaysia:

  • Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and KLIA2
  • Penang International Airport
  • Kota Kinabalu International Airport
  • Kuching International Airport
  • Langkawi International Airport

Additionally, prepaid SIM packs can be picked up at KL Tower or the Malaysia Healthcare Concierge and Lounge located at all major airports. Select hospital partners will also offer unifi Travel Pass to their customers.

Unifi is working closely with Tourism Malaysia to include more iconic Malaysian landmarks as collection points in the near future.

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Perks and rewards

Klook has packaged essential travel services to complement the unifi Travel Pas such as KLIA Express and Touch ‘n Go card, enabling tourists to travel in Kuala Lumpur with ease.

Meanwhile, Fave is offering 10 percent cashback with every purchase of a unifi Travel Pass, credited into their Fave e-wallet.

For more information about unifi Travel Pass, visit unifi.


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