Yoodo offers free roaming for Harimau Malaya supporters in Vietnam

Fans get two-day free roaming during AFF Suzuki Cup 2018 Final
Yoodo AFF Suzuki Cup 2018

Malaysians have plenty to cheer about at the end of this week. Harimau Malaya, our national football squad will be heading to Vietnam for the second leg of the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup finals. And now Yoodo is giving Harimau Malaya fans another reason to celebrate – free roaming from Friday (14 December) and Saturday (15 December).

Malaysia is currently tied 2-2 with Vietnam after a gruelling first leg held in Kuala Lumpur. The national team will need all the support it can get, so Yoodo’s promo couldn’t have come at a better time.

To enjoy the promo, Yoodo users simply have to activate the pass from the Yoodo app by selecting Vietnam as the roaming destination. Users will enjoy the 48-hour free international roaming. Each 24-hour pass needs to be activated separately during the visit.

Yoodo’s Roam Like Home Plus is a unique plan that allows you to utilise your local data plan when you’re traveling outside of Malaysia. And it’s super affordable – for either MYR10 or MYR20 for 24 hours, dependent on the country you’re visiting. Roam Like Home and Roam Like Home Plus now covers 53 countries.

Yoodo is a fully-digital, fully-customisable telco service powered by Celcom.

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.

And by the way, Yoodo’s MYR20 data booster add-on for 20GB is still on until 31 December 2018.

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Go, go, go Harimau Malaya!

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