If you are Celcom prepaid subscribers, you should have know current Celcom prepaid plan is XPAX24. Although the current one is XPAX24, but if you’re X2 or Xpax (15pax) subscribers, you’re allowed to maintain your current plan until further notice or whenever you want to convert to XPAX24.
I understand why you want to keep your current plan instead of converting to XPAX24, especially 15pax, because 15pax gives (soon will become history) you RM 0.005/sms to the numbers belongs to Celcom networks.
Begin from today until 15th December 2014, Maxis is giving away RM 100 phone discount voucher for every friend you refer and successfully ported to Maxis One plan. Every Maxis postpaid customers are eligible for this programme and you can earn up to maximum 5 discount voucher, which worth RM 500.
During the promotion period, Maxis is offering:
1. Current Maxis postpaid owner
RM 100 phone discount voucher for every friend he referred and successfully ported to Maxis One Lite (RM 78/month) and Maxis One (RM 128/month or more) plan from any telcos other than Maxis.
2. Every friends you referred
1GB internet mobile data worth RM 30 for 3 months. Activated within 48 hours after successful ported in.
Telekom Malaysia (TM) issued a statement few hours ago regarding to recent (since 17th September) internet slow down, especially when visit to websites hosted in US. This connectivity issue is related to a part of failure in Asia-America Gateway (AAG) Cable System.
According to the TM statement, this was due to Hong Kong segment failure, however repair work will only begin on Wednesday, 1 October 2014 and expected to be completed on Monday, 6 October 2014. The repair work is largely depends on the sea condition. If there is any typhoon or tsunami, the repair would probably being delayed.
During this period, Internet users may experience some degree of service degradation such as slow browsing and high latency while accessing international websites mainly hosted in the United States (US), North Asia and Europe. Customers using Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) and other critical business applications linked to US, North Asia and Europe may also experience some level of service degradation.