Yoodo gives you 3X more data for booster add-ons

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Here’s another reason to love startup Yoodo. The new-kid-on-the-block powered by Celcom 4G is giving customers more data and savings this festive season.

Yoodo is offering 3X more data when you buy a booster add-on. The bigger the booster, the more data you’ll get.

There’s a total of four data booster plans, starting from MYR8 for 3GB, and up to MYR32 for 24GB. The latter offers the best value, if you’re one who needs plenty of data for streaming, gaming and downloads.

The booster add-on and extra data is applied immediately when you purchase, and the validity is according to your current plan’s billing’s cycle.

Yoodo 3X dataThe offer is valid from 29 January until 28 February 2019.

To activate this booster plan is easy – simply launch the app and click on “Buy More” under “Your Usage” option in the burger menu.

You’re required to be subscribed to a base plan first before you can reap the rewards.

The telco is also offering 20GB of free data for PUBG Mobile (yes, free) as well as 20GB of data for YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp for just MYR1 each.

Not on Yoodo yet? It’s easy to start. Head over to Yoodo here, register for a SIM and get it delivered to your doorstep. When you activate your SIM card using referral code ebvci456, you’ll get free MYR20 credit.

For more information, visit Yoodo.

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