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TM Now Offering Unifi 800Mbps and 500Mbps Home Fibre Broadband Plans Starting from RM249

by Aiman MaulanaAugust 25, 2020
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Is TM the Reason Why Malaysian Broadband Prices are High?

If you are stuck with TM Unifi or happened to be in an area where that is the most reliable internet service provider around, then this might just brighten up your day. TM is now offering Unifi 800Mbps and 500Mbps home fibre broadband plans, with prices starting from RM249.

New TM Unifi 800Mbps and 500Mbps Home Fibre Broadband Plans

TM Now Offering Unifi 800Mbps and 500Mbps Home Fibre Broadband Plans Starting from RM249

This isn’t an entirely new plan. Previously, Unifi 800Mbps and 500Mbps home fibre broadband plans were available but only in the form of their Turbo upgrades. They were never offered as a standalone plan and was available only to those who were on the 100Mbps and 50Mbps plans respectively by the end of 2018. Now, you can just opt for that plan if you wish to do so.

The Unifi 500Mbps plan is available at a special price of RM249 per month whereas the Unifi 800Mbps plan is priced at RM349 per month. In case you’re wondering, the upload speed for both plans are set at 200Mbps. Customers who subscribe to the plan will get a Unifi Plus Box, which is an Android TV box which comes with their Ultimate Pack consisting of over 70 channels of “premium entertainment content”, and a couple of TP-Link Deco M9 Plus mesh Wi-Fi system.

From what we understand, there is no data quota whatsoever, it includes a 6-month complimentary access to Viu and YuppFlix, and both plans will come with a 24-month contract. If you are interested in subscribing, we recommend reading through the terms and conditions first just in case. You can do so by clicking right here.

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Pokdepinion: I am wondering why not go straight to 1Gbps if they can offer up to 800Mbps. I’m sure there’s some sorta limitation that prevents them but hey, we’re getting pretty close to it, which is great.

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