unifi Introduces New Mobile Plan With Unlimited Connectivity For Students At RM59/month
With the MCO prolonged even further, unifi has decided to offer university students a new mobile plan that offers unlimited connectivity.
unifi Mobile Student Pack
You might’ve known that unifi had recently collaborated with Multimedia University (MMU) in providing 13,000 students, faculty members, and staff with SIM cards where it includes unlimited data per month. Well the telco company is offering the same experience to other public and private institutions with a new mobile postpaid plan, the unifi Mobile Student Pack.
The plan as you might’ve guessed, offers unlimited data, calls, and SMS at the price of RM59 per month (excluding 6% SST). It will be available starting from 24th of April 2020.
Here’s what unifi had to say about the initiative:
With the Covid-19 pandemic forcing the students to shift to distance learning, many tertiary institutions have adopted e-learning to protect their students and lecturers from the risk of infection. We also understand that students are in dire need for mobile connectivity that comes with unlimited data and affordable monthly subscription which does not require frequent add ons or top-up when their quota has been utilized. What’s more exciting is, they can continue to enjoy the plan even after the end of MCO period.Anand Vijayan, unifi Chief Commercial Officer
In case you are interested in the unifi Mobile Student Pack, all students of the selected IPTA/IPTS who have a valid student email address are eligible for this offer. You can be on the lookout for an invitation notification email from your university administration via your your student email address and visit the link here to register. We’ve checked out the link and it doesn’t seem to be functioning at the time of writing. We’ve reached out to the company and unifi has said that the website will work once it’s the 24th of April.
They will then send your SIM card to you within 1-5 working days. The unifi Mobile Student Pack is available for both local and foreign undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Pokdepinion: It doesn’t seem like a bad package, no?