With massive amounts of bits and bytes feeding the online habits of many Malaysians, Internet Service Providers or ISPs, are increasingly viewed (and treated) like utility companies, i.e., if your home’s power supply is interrupted, TNB will surely receive an unpleasant call from you.
But unlike traditional utility companies – electric, water, sewage – ISPs have existed in the free market for much longer and are therefore very competitive in terms of speed and pricing. To complicate things even further, most ISPs are running on the same infrastructure as their competitors; so how do you decide which ISP is right for you?
unifi is probably the best-known ISP in the country, having connected Malaysians online for nearly 25 years. Seeing the evolution of the ISP landscape, unifi has embarked on the #khabarbaik movement which seeks to change consumer perception of ISPs from being just a ‘utility company’ to a brand that endeavours to bring you the best experiences that the internet could offer.
At the core of this new movement is the unifi 300Mbps plan – a comprehensive internet and entertainment package fits everyone from e-Sports athletes to fandoms of popular TV series. The unifi 300Mbps plan doesn’t just offer subscribers data to be used but provides them with data to be experienced.
With unifi 300Mbps, subscribers can get their fix of the latest Hollywood movies with unifi’s FREE 100 blockbuster Videos on Demand (VOD) and an extensive selection of over 100 international movies and TV series – from Korean dramas to live sports – with the unifi TV Ultimate Pack and unifi Plus Box. The best part is, you have the option to watch all this content from the comfort of home, or on the go with the unifi PlayTV app with access for up to five devices under this new plan.
On top of the unlimited 300Mbps fibre connection, you and your loved ones could also enjoy 600 minutes of free talk time to all mobile and fixed lines nationwide. If that is not enough, you can still enjoy free calls to fixed lines nationwide, and a minimal charge of 10 sen per minute to all local mobile networks.
Even with everything that is on offer, nothing illustrates unifi’s customer-first approach better than the price reduction – at only RM199 a month (from an initial RM279), it’s a real bargain.
To further add to unifi’s journey of providing customers with unparalleled service and greater freedom of choice, unifi is also offering savings of up to RM400 when you sign up for its Pay Nothing campaign. So, what are you waiting for? #khabarbaik is only a click away.