Prepaid mobile internet “Pakej Perpaduan” with lower price

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KUALA LUMPUR: The prepaid mobile internet “Pakej Perpaduan” with lower price and internet connectivity are now available in the market to help the targeted group to lessen their burden and access to telecommunications.

Communications and Digital Minister, Fahmi Fadzil said, the package is offered to the B40 segment, differently abled (OKU), senior citizens, armed forces veterans, retired police and Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) retirees.

“The lower price includes the prepaid mobile subscriber’s package that is prepared by the telecommunication service provider companies namely CelcomDigi, Maxis, U Mobile, Telekom Malaysia and YTL Communications.

“Through the “Pakej Perpaduan” the qualified group could enjoy 30GB data with the speed of 3Mbps with only RM30 and is valid for six months.

“Users can also refill by purchasing Internet pass if the 30GB data quota had been fully used before the six months period,” he said at the launch of the package at the Desa Rejang public housing scheme here today.

Referring to the digital connectivity, Fahmi said, until February 2023, Parliament Setiawangsa has 55 base stations of 5G and among them two are situated at PC Dewa Rejang.

“This Parliament have three Ecocomic Digital Centres (PEDi) located namely at PPR Kg. Baru Air Panas, PPR Seri Semarak and PA Desa Rejang that provide several courses and ICT training, instilling skills on e-business and simultaneously opening opportunities to generate income via online.

“This initiative is being implemented by Communications and Digital Ministry (KKD) with strategic cooperation from the service provider companies and this is in line with the Unity Government’s aspiration in helping the people to reduce the cost of living and ensuring the digital connectivity is comprehensive could be achieved as outlined under the Madani Malaysia framework,” Fahmi said. – Malaysia World News

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