As Malaysia recovers from the current pandemic, U Mobile has introduced four new “unlimited” wireless broadband postpaid plans for online learning and Work from Home (WFH) usage. Priced from RM48/month, you’ll get unlimited data for selected apps along with a separate quota for everything else. If you’re an existing U Mobile customer, you can enjoy 50% off on the monthly subscription.
The base WB48 Study plan at RM48/month provides you with unlimited data for Zoom and Google Meet, along with 20GB of data. Moving up a notch is the WB68 Work plan at RM68/month which provides unlimited data for Zoom, Google Meet and Microsoft Office, plus 30GB of data.
If you need more unlimited perks, the WB88 Work & Play plan at RM88/month offers unlimited data for Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Office, Shopee, Lazada, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Garena Call of Duty: Mobile and Garena Free Fire. For everything else, it also comes bundled with 50GB of data.
For the ultimate option, the WB128 Max plan at RM128/month provides the same unlimited perks as the Work & Plan plan but you’ll get a total of 150GB of data for everything else.
The 4 plans are offered without a contract and you’ll receive a data-only SIM that can be inserted into any compatible MiFi modem. If you don’t have one, U Mobile is selling the Huawei E5577-321 4G LTE MiFi for RM299 outright.
50% off for existing U Mobile customers
If you’re a new or existing customer on Giler Unlimited GX68, Unlimited Hero P79, P99 or P139 postpaid plans, you can 50% off for the WB68 plans and above. If you’re eligible, you can enjoy the WB68 Work plan for only RM34/month while the WB128 Max plan would only cost you RM64/month. The discount is offered for a limited time and it is applicable for 24-months.
Take note of the speed cap
According to the T&C, the wireless broadband plans do come with a speed cap. Below are the expected internet speeds for each option:
- WB48 – up to 10Mbps
- WB68 – up to 20Mbps
- WB88 – up to 20Mbps
- WB128 – up to 30Mbps
Do note that you’ll need to pay one-month subscription as an advance fee when you sign up for the wireless broadband plan.