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Telekom Malaysia presents new deal to boost broadband speeds by 20x for free

AvantiKumar | Feb. 6, 2014
Existing and new UniFi customers are offered a new 'Hypp-Normous' deal providing they subscribe to HyppTV, said TM's Imri Mokhtar.

Hypp-normous Deal (Telekom Malaysia) modified 

Photo - Imri Mokhtar, Executive Vice President, Consumer, TM shows the new "The Best Ever Hypp-Normous Deal".

 

Streamyx and UniFi subscribers to Telekom Malaysia [TM] will be able to upgrade their broadband service by up to 20 times their current speed at no extra change under a new deal, said the Malaysian telecom.

TM executive vice president, consumer, Imri Mokhtar said existing customers to either of TM's broadband services just need to subscribe to the company's IPTV channel - HyppTV - for as little as RM30 [US$9.04] a month.

"Existing and new UniFi customers can upgrade automatically to UniFi VIP 10 (10Mbps) or VIP 20 (20 Mbps) for just RM50 [US$15.06] more," said Imri. "All they have to do is subscribe to a HyppTV pack before 31 March 2014."
 
"We will continue to offer customers value for money packages with the introduction of 'The Best Ever Hypp-Normous Deal' where customers have the option to boost their Internet speeds and multiply their entertainment pleasures with HyppTV's vast edutainment content library in High Definition (HD)," he said.

"Our triple play high-speed broadband offerings provide customers with total control on how fast they want to surf and the genres of TV programmes they really want to watch, when they want to watch it, anytime and anywhere regardless of weather conditions," said Imri.

"That's not all, as both Streamyx and UniFi packages also come with a cordless phone for everyone to stay in touch with all their friends, families and business associates with unlimited free calls between our TM fixed line users nationwide or just a flat rate of 10 sen/minute [US$0.03] to other networks (which includes all other mobiles and fixed line services)," he said.

 

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