Celcom upgrades instalment, sharing plan

All of its products will be priced according to the zero-rated GST, which takes effect from June 1


Celcom Axiata Bhd has strengthened its instalment programme by allowing consumers to own or rent, as well as upgrade their devices under its EasyPhone scheme.

Introduced in May 2018, the 24-month EasyPhone plan gives Celcom postpaid customers the option of owning or renting a new smartphone from just RM35 per month.

The plan also allows users to upgrade their devices from RM120 onwards, to any available smartphones such as the iPhone X, iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy S9, Huawei P20 and Vivo V9.

Celcom deputy CEO of business operations Azwan Khan Osman Khan in a statement yesterday said the EasyPhone scheme has been improved to offer subscribers with greater flexibility.

Customers are also encouraged to opt for an after-sales service programme or Phone Care, which allows consumers to replace their devices in case of damages or theft.

The telco has also launched the Celcom Mobile Family plan, a new supplementary postpaid plan which allows Internet data sharing of up to 125GB among family and friends.

Each line under the new offering is priced at RM48 per month, with 5GB of shareable Internet, unlimited iflix VIP access, unlimited calls, and unlimited Whatsapp and WeChat usage.

The Internet quota for the additional Celcom Mobile Family lines can be managed via the new Celcom Life app which is available for download on the App Store, as well as Google Play. It can be used at any time of the day, seven days a week.

Both the upgraded EasyPhone and Celcom Mobile Family plans will be available starting June 1, 2018.

According to Celcom head of marketing for prepaid and postpaid Daren Victor, all of its products will be priced according to the zero-rated Goods and Services Tax (GST) which takes effect from June 1.


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