P1 Nostalgic Nation: Bringing Back The Good Old Days

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I’ve been slacking lately and haven’t been updating my blog as frequent. Ironically, with all the gadgets and technology we have today, life is moving faster but I’m having less time to do things for myself. This is why I miss the good ol’ days so much when things are much slower and I get to enjoy every moment of it. *sighhh*

I admit that I love technology and I’m also a gadget junkie. But I’m also quite a conservative person when it comes to traditions and culture. And ultimately, I’m such a sentimental fool. During my younger days, I love the outdoor and I’m always playing around my neighbourhood with my friends. We used to play ‘guli’, ‘gasing’, ‘kunda kundi’ and even kite flying a lot. Best part of my childhood was probably being able to make our own toys and games.

We made toys with things such as old newspapers, bamboo, ‘lidi’ (coconut leaf stem) and held them together with corn starch, strings and sellotape. Sure, I made quite a mess but the outcome of our effort was… fulfilling!

In conjunction with P1 Nostalgic Nation campaign, I have been challenged to a few tasks in honour of the good old days. The task is to create things that we used to play with and make a video out of it. So below are the three challenges that I did and I enjoyed every moment working on it.



The paper boat is one of the easiest paper toys to make. Sure, it requires a little practice but eventually you’ll get the hang of it. The most common paper boat is the ‘sampan’, it’s easy to fold and the end product also doubles as a goal post for paper table football. My friends and I used to make a lot of these small ‘sampans’ during rainy days. We would then go and play these ‘sampans’ on water puddles in the field. It’s the next best thing to do besides catching tadpoles.



And during breezy days, we would play paper planes. Folding a paper plane is really easy and there are many types of paper plane you can fold. Surely the most common ones are the ‘Concorde’ paper plane. I like the conventional paper plane with its wings folded or rolled up. Makes it look like a fighter jet and it flew like one too. It was the best flying toy before I knew how to make a kite.



If you’re from my generation, you would remember ‘Ding Dang’ very well. The chocolate-coated biscuit ball treat comes with a toy and it cost us 50 sen just to get it. 50 sen to us back then was really a lot, especially when we’re still in primary school. To buy one, I would have to save up 10 sen every day from my allowance for a week just to get a box of ‘Ding Dang’. One of the best toys I’ve ever gotten from Ding Dang was a paratrooper – it’s basically a toy soldier tied to a parachute. It was THE toy back then and I had so much fun tossing the paratrooper up high and see it slowly descend from the sky. And of course, it didn’t last very long and it’s too expensive to buy another one. So I end up making my own toy parachute with plastic bags and clothes peg… and it was just as fun.


It’s been fun reminiscing my childhood years. Making fun things to play was the only way to keep us entertain back then and I’m really glad we had those simple things to grow up with. Today, I’m rather glad to be able to share it now with everyone on this social media era especially to the younger generation. I’m also very happy that P1 took this initiative to bring back some good memories and make it fun all over again. I’m impressed, that even as an advanced telecommunication company, P1 still connects with us Malaysians with great memories from the past. I guess technology is only good if you put it to good use. P1 knows that very well and hence you see many of their campaigns are out to connect with us.

These #P1NostalgicNation challenges started out as a competition for us bloggers to win some really attractive prizes. But due to time constraint, I almost missed out completing a few tasks. And to be perfectly honest, I almost gave up too. But I later on decided to continue because I find a need to do so, simply because I truly missed my childhood days.

Winning the grand prize or not, I’m already a winner because having live through these memories again, is an experience money can’t buy. Thanks P1, for Bringing Back The Good Old Days!

Protecting Multiple Devices in a Single Solution with Norton 360 Multi-Device

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Many urbanites are carrying more than one connected device and it’s rather alarming that many is taking for granted that threats to their privacy and personal life could be just a click away. As the world increasingly becomes a ‘multi-device personality’, the cyber threats out there increases as well. There is not a single-unit device that will be able to encompass all our smartphones, tablets and computers features into one, but there is a single solution to protect all our devices.

The latest Norton 360 Multi-Device from Norton by Symantec protects us from evolving threats in our daily online lives. The latest version improves on the industry’s leading protection and performance, and is designed for compatibility with the new features of Windows 8.1. The Norton 360 Multi-Device comes in the form of a single license to protect up to five different devices.

According to the 2013 Symantec Internet Security Threat Report, Web attacks increased 30 percent in 2012, driven by the easy availability of malware toolkits and the high frequency of unpatched vulnerabilities on websites. We are exposed to cyber threats even when visiting a legitimate website, putting our devices and personal information at risk. Norton 360 Multi-Device actively protects your devices from online threats, without impacting speed and performance.


The Norton 360 Multi-Device product’s five patented layers of protection provide comprehensive security, improved performance and ease of usability. The key features include:

  • Multi-Device Protection – The Norton 360 Multi-Device software gives protection to all devices – PCs, Mac, iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones and tablets.
  • SONAR Behavioural Protection – SONAR detects the signs that a file is dangerous to proactively protect you from never-before-seen threats. It helps with the removal and cleanup of malware attempts by saving the evidence of the attack for later use by Norton’s repair technologies. This remediation helps to ensure that all traces of a malware attack are removed and a system is returned to its original state.
  • Internet Protection System – This feature actively protects your devices from online threats. The system scours websites and social networking sites for suspicious links and content to identify the latest social networking scams.
  • Parental Control – This feature helps you protect your kids from online dangers by giving you direct access to Norton Family. Norton Family is a web-based service that helps connect parents to their children’s online lives and start a dialogue about appropriate online habits.
  • Faster performance – Based on recent testing, compared with last year’s releases, Norton products have improved boot time by 15 percent, install speed by 10 percent and memory usage during scan by 100MBs, resulting in the fastest and lightest performance yet. (Source: PassMark, August 2013)
  • Locate missing phones/tablets – The Scream Alarm feature alerts you to the location of a misplaced mobile device, and the Remote Locate feature pinpoints your lost or stolen device on a map.
  • Enhanced Norton Identity Safe Norton Identity Safe remembers, secures and automatically enters your usernames and passwords for you, so they can’t be lost or stolen. The latest release offers enhanced password management tool, including improved form filling, with drag-and-drop functionality and full vault searches available directly from the toolbar to help manage passwords even more securely and conveniently.



The latest version of Norton 360 Multi-Device, is now available for purchase in Malaysia through various retailers and online at http://malaysia.norton.com. The MSRP for Norton 360 Multi-Device is MYR 189.00, which provides one year of protection for up to three devices.



Symantec: Top 5 Social Media Attacks in 2013

Be street smart on social media with Norton by Symantec


While social networks play an important part in my life, it could also potentially destroy my life. Today, there are hundreds of social networking sites that connect us in ways that were never even thought of a decade ago. While social networks are a great way to keep in touch with friends and family, they can also be used against us. By being just a little conscious of what personal information gets out to other people can be very instrumental in keeping our important information safe and private, where it belongs.

As we welcome 2014, learn how to stay vigilant and protect yourself on social networks. Knowing the common social media attacks will help us to know what to look out for. The following are the Top 5 Social Media Attacks in 2013 and a description of what they are.

Top 5 Social Media Attacks, 2013 (Source: Symantec)

Fake Offering.
These scams invite social network users to join a fake event or group with
incentives such as free gift cards. Joining often requires the user to share credentials with
the attacker or send a text to a premium rate number.

Fake Plug-in Scams.
Users are tricked into downloading fake browser extensions on their machines. Rogue browser extensions can pose like legitimate extensions but when installed can steal sensitive information from the infected machine.

Using fake “Like” buttons, attackers trick users into clicking website buttons that install malware and may post updates on a user’s newsfeed, spreading the attack.

Fake Apps.
Applications provided by attackers that appear to be legitimate apps; however, they contain a malicious payload. The attackers often take legitimate apps, bundle malware with them, and then re-release it as a free version of the app.

Manual Sharing Scams.
These rely on victims to actually do the hard work of sharing the scam by presenting them with intriguing videos, fake offers or messages that they share with their friends.


Protect yourself from social media traps with these simple steps
Here are a few simple tips you can follow to protect yourself on social networks:

  • Be Discrete: Be careful of what you post in your profile page, a forum, instant message, or any form of electronic communication to help thwart possible ID theft of other forms of malicious threats. Stuff like personal and business names, addresses, phone numbers, birth dates etc. are potentially dangerous to have fully exposed. Be more general in your posts/information making it harder for someone to potentially use the information against you.
  • Skepticism is your friend: While social network sites have tons of useful and useless information, it is important that you keep a high level of skepticism. People often lie for their own gain, or just spout rubbish out of ignorance.
  • Think Before You Speak You Mind: Although the internet does provide a small level of anonymity things can sometimes come back and bite you in the rear. This includes anything from obscenity, insults, or wild statements. Be chill, be professional. Simply put, think before you type.
  • Professionalism is your friend: Everything you put online including the photos, videos and status updates are there for the world to see. Only post information that you don’t mind people knowing. Besides cyber thieves, often university admissions teams and potentials employers will look at your social networking profile to find out more about you. So be sensible and professional.
  • Be Vigilant: Well ever think if that person you’re talking to is who they say they are? People aren’t always who they say they are. And until you can somehow verify the information they give you, never reveal any personal, financial, or business information.
  • Check Your Privacy Settings: Social networks have sometimes been notorious for allowing others to see your information, even if they are not your “friend”. However, they will also have available their privacy guidelines/rules. Review the privacy settings and restrict the access to your personal information.
  • Beware of fake invitations: Beware of fake invitations on social media. Do not accept invitations to events with incentives such as free gifts on social networks. Joining usually requires personal and credit information, which could open you up to fraud or attacks.


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Discover Okinawa

I haven’t been to Japan and honestly I’m quite ignorant about it except on Sushi, PlayStation and J-Pop. I’ll be honest, back when I was still a teenager, Okinawa to me was just a small fishing island in Japan.

So what do I know about Okinawa and how did I get to know about it? Well, come to think of it now, it was rather silly. You see, I love the movie The Karate Kid, and in The Karate Kid: Part II, Okinawa was featured.  In the movie, main actor Daniel LaRusso and his mentor, Mr. Miyagi returned home to Okinawa to visit Mr. Miyagi’s dying father and confront an old rival. Ever since that movie, Okinawa has been on my mind and although my knowledge of that place is still minimal, I did learn a little bit more about that place over the years.

Getting To Know Okinawa

1.Kabira Bay in Ishigaki Island

It is only until recently, when I came across Japan Tourism Board’s Facebook page that I get to learn more about Okinawa. After going through the page, for the first time in my adult life, and let me make it clear once and for all, that Okinawa IS NOT just a fishing island as what I’ve learned from the movie. Okinawa Prefecture is actually the southernmost prefecture of Japan and it comprises hundreds of the Ryukyu Islands in a chain over 1,000 kilometres long. Okinawa encompasses the southern two thirds of that chain. Okinawa’s capital, Naha, is located in the southern part of Okinawa Island. Now let me share a little bit of what I know of Okinawa and its attractions.

Mesmerizing Nature


Perhaps the most mesmerizing side of Okinawa is the nature and the beauty of its surrounding. One of such beautiful place is Kabira Bay on Ishigaki Island. The emerald-blue water framed by long stretches of white sandy beach makes Kabira Bay a dream destination for many tourists and one of the most beautiful views in Japan.

Besides the colourful coral reefs, Okinawa’s clear blue sea, deep pink cherry blossom and beautiful blue skies makes it a perfect destination to take a long drive along the beach.

Beautiful People And Fun Events


I was once told that the best experience to a great vacation is not the destination; it’s the journey to the destination. And the journey wouldn’t be complete without the people of Okinawa. Okinawa is only as beautiful as its people and its rich and colourful cultures.

Okinawans are generally cheerful, friendly people and ever with a smile on their face. This is perhaps the reason why they are the most long-lived people in the world, with a higher percentage of 100-year-olds than anyplace else.  I can only guess that Okinawans live a healthy and active lifestyle.

Many interesting events take place in Okinawa throughout the year and that could be their secret to longevity. Haaree Festival or the Dragon Boat Race festival is held from May 3 to May 5 every year at Tomari port in Naha city. And if the dragon boat race is not tough enough for you, you can always join the Torii Triathlon. This premiere triathlon is a sporting event held TWICE every year in Okinawa during spring and fall.  Here, you’ll have the perfect opportunity to compete against Okinawa’s finest athletes.

People of Okinawa love dancing too. The Eisa dance is one of Okinawa’s traditional performance arts, which is equivalent of Bon odori on mainland Japan. The Eisa dance is one of those performances that will keep you dancing to the delightful and uplifting rhythm of the dynamic beating drums.

Colourful Culture


Okinawa has a colourful culture and even more colourful Bingata. Bingata is an Okinawan traditional resist dyed cloth, made using stencils and other methods. It is generally brightly coloured and features various patterns depicting natural subjects such as fish, water, and flowers. Bingata is worn during traditional Ryūkyū arts performances and historical reenactments.

The Sansen music is rather unique culture of Okinawa as the Sansen, a three-string banjo-like Okinawan music instrument with a snakeskin-covered body.

Nestled on the hill in the northern part of Naha city is the world heritage “Shuri Castle”. It was the palace of the Ryūkyū Kingdom but it was destroyed during the Battle of Okinawa in 1945. Shuri Castle was reconstructed back in 1992 and remained as one of nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Okinawa.

Another unique architectural culture in Okinawa is the Shisa. Shisa is a traditional Ryukyuan decoration, often in pairs, resembling a cross between a lion and a dog, from Okinawan mythology. Shisa are wards, believed to protect homes from evils.

Food To Love


Okinawan unique food and intriguing flavours are easy to love. Try the Sea Grapes and fresh Scampi from the ocean around Okinawa. If you’re not feeling so adventurous, you can always go for the traditional Okinawa noodle called “Okinawa Soba”. Or perhaps you can always go for a good piece of steak, which is also a favorite gourmet among the Okinawans.

Resorts And Other Fun Places


You’d probably be thinking by now that Okinawa is just another scenic tour destination – there’s nothing exciting and non-traditional. If you’re still thinking that way, then you’re up for a surprise. There are plenty more exciting things to do in Okinawa. You can easily book yourself into a nice 5-star hotel or resort by the beach in Okinawa or hold your wedding ceremony in front of the blue ocean. And when you’re finally done wandering around the ocean front, head over to Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, this is one of many popular attractions you must go at Ocean Expo Park. When the sun sets, it’s shopping and eating spree along the International Street, a massive shopping and eating strip that cuts a 1.6 kilometer diagonal across the city center.

Getting Excited Yet?

So much to see and so much to do, Okinawa is definitely unlike the fishing island image I had in my mind for the past two decades. I will definitely plan a holiday trip to Okinawa soon. If you’re due for yet another great escapade, MATTA FAIR will be here soon and Japan Tourism Board (Okinawa) will be there, remember to go check out the great deals.

If you’re serious about another holiday travel to Okinawa, do visit Okinawa’s official Facebook page. Okinawa is currently running a #ILoveOkinawa contest and you stand a chance win some freebies by following these three simple steps:

Step 1: Go to https://beokinawa.net/my and LIKE the page.

Step 2: Fill up all your details (name, email and etc)

Step 3: Choose your three favourite photos from the five categories that I mentioned above and include your comment (don’t worry, it’s optional).

Contest runs from February 10 – March 10, 2014, you must submit your entry in order to win. Once contest period ends, Okinawa will choose a winning photo randomly and 55 participants who choose the same winning photo will be chosen. An email will be sent to winners and the prize will be delivered later on. Yep, it’s that simple.

So what freebies do you stand to win?

1st prize for 5 persons, “Ryukyu Glass”


2nd prize for 50 persons, “Star Sand”


This is a sponsored post. Although this is a sponsored post, my views are based on facts and I DO REALLY WANT TO VISIT OKINAWA in the near future.

Ninetology All Star Basketball Malaysia 2013 – Tickets Info and Stand a Chance to Win Two Tickets Too!

Catch the NBA Legends in Action


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If you’re a basketball and NBA fan, then you’re up for a treat. The US Pro Basketball Alumni will be taking on the MJ Life Asia Basketball All Star team at Stadium Putra in Bukit Jalil this November 2 in the Ninetology All Star Basketball Malaysia 2013 event.


NBA alumni Dennis Rodman (The Worm), Jason Williams (White Chocolate), Michael Finley, Latrell Sprewell, Doug Christie, Zendon Hamilton, Guy Dupuy (Frequent Flyer), Anthony Pimble (Mr.Africa) and Charoy Bently (Mr.Basketball) will be making their way to Malaysia under the US Pro Basketball Alumni to play against the best of MJ Life Asia Basketball All Star team.


Tickets to this event can be purchased from TicketCharge – http://www.ticketcharge.com.my/en/. The ticket price and seating are as below:

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We’re also giving you the chance to win 2 tickets to Stadium Putra, Bukit Jalil this November 2. All you need to do is to is to follow these two easy but compulsory steps:

  1. Reply on the comment below and tell me why and how badly you want these tickets.
  2. Subscribe to Ninetology’s Newsletter – http://www.ninetology.com/newsletter/ (We will double check with Ninetology on the subscription, so make sure you subscribe).

Now make sure you get your tickets soon. If you wish to try your luck to win these tickets too. Do it quick as the contest ends on October 17. The announcement of the winners will be made on October 18. So good luck!

Go Go Go – Go For More and Keep Playing


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With Over 3 Times More Fun!

The fun never stops if we keep playing. When we have more time and freedom to play, the fun never stops. Imagine you’re playing a game and you suddenly get a time extender or a life booster, surely that’s fun and the more you play, the more fun you’ll get out of it.

Now that’s the case for P1’s ToGo™ 69 on-the-go broadband plan. Get more, or I should say up to 3.7x more fun with P1’s ToGo™ 69 and enjoy up to 16GB of data for only RM69! In conjunction with P1’s 5th anniversary, consumers will get to enjoy 3.7x more quota on the ToGo™ 69 plan than any other on-the-go broadband offers for the same price.

However, do note that the plan do not come bundled with voice service but which consumer can add on for a nominal fee.

Find out more about P1’s ToGo™ 69 broadband plan today.


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Stop The Party Pooper – Keep Playing!


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Never Ending Fun with P1’s ForHome™ Unlimited Broadband Plans

I bet everyone has got a friend or know somebody who is a big party pooper – that one person that always spoils the fun and drown all the excitements.  So how do you deal with these party poopers? You can’t do much actually, they exist everywhere, right?

So you hide yourself at home to avoid these party poopers but believe it or not, that in today’s technologically advanced Internet access, there is still one biggest party pooper lingering around? Yes, it’s called QUOTA!

Internet or Broadband quota is such a nuisance! You hate it especially when you hit month end and you’re up to something important or interesting – or when you’re watching that last episode of web-series Korean drama. You hit a snag when you want to tune in to your favourite tune on Spotify or having connectivity issue when you want to chat with your loved ones on Skype. It totally kills the fun to our Internet experience and it shouldn’t be happening. So what can we do to keep having fun, to keep doing the things we like to do on the Internet?

Stop the party pooper – get an unlimited broadband plan from P1!

Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd or simply known as P1 wants Malaysians to keep playing without limits. Their ForHome™ 99 and 149 broadband plans offer a speed up to 1Mbps and 2Mbps with unlimited quota is just the thing that we need. And with affordable prices of just RM99 and RM149, consumers no longer have to worry about data limit for such affordable broadband plans, hence encouraging Malaysians to keep playing in life.

So STOP THE PARTY POOPER and KEEP PLAYING. Find out more of P1’s ForHome™ broadband plans today!


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Castrol Launches CARAMA In Malaysia – Malaysia’s FIRST Online Service for Trusted Car Care

Just like I’ve mentioned in my earlier in blog post, Castrol has finally announced the launch of ‘Carama’ – a web and mobile enabled portal which simplifies car care, maintenance and workshop guide for consumers in an easy-to-use and one-stop solution. Ultimately, Carama helps to rebuild the relationship and trust between car owners and workshops. It’s truly exciting to know that Castrol, one of the world’s leading premium lubricant specialists has extended its service beyond its lubricant business to the car care industry.

Carama Certified Shops have to go through a 40 point rigorous screening by Castrol’s panel of independent third party experts, ensuring that these shops meet the highest standards of quality, skills, transparency, customer service, health and safety compliance.

As for Carama portal, it provides core features like accredited repair shop locator, spare parts calculator, my car logbook and Carama rewards. My Car is a feature that provides car owners with service reminders and Carama Reward is a money-saving, cash-back redemption model that rewards car owners for their usage, engagement, reviews and sharing of Carama.

Car owners will also be able to share consumer reviews based on actual experiences of Carama Certified and Listed Shops. As Malaysia’s first social graph car care portal, Carama connects car owners to share their experiences and car maintenance tips with friends, family and the general public.

If you’re in doubt of which workshop to go in the future, I would suggest you give Carama a try. Sign up at Carama portal now for free and enjoy a revolutionary experience in car care and maintenance.

Find the Right Workshop and Mechanic with Carama by Castrol

Carama by Castrol

Finding a trustworthy and reliable car workshop or mechanic is like looking for perfect man or woman; it is most likely a rare occasion for some to find their perfect partner. The main problem why we look for a reliable mechanic it’s because we don’t know Jack about servicing our car at the first place.

Now I’ve been driving for the past 20 years and I’ve had several ‘Malaysia Boleh’ cars that frequently need ‘extreme’ tender loving care. Previously, I used to send my car to my father’s regular workshop and later on, I found my favourite workshop which is much more convenient to me. After the second trip, I got to know the mechanic much better but there’s always a lingering feeling that I’m being overcharged.

I got to admit that there are always questions of whether my mechanic is the best choice for my car or if I’m paying the right price. Perhaps the hardest decision is whether the particular repair is really needed. Well. It’s about time we all need solution to find a workshop that we can trust in terms of quality, skills and transparency in parts pricing. But I’m not the only person facing this problem and interesting enough, I found out these stats.

  • 63% of Malaysians find it difficult to find a trusted mechanic.
  • 68% of Malaysians refer to friends and family for their current mechanic.
  •  1/3 of Malaysians have high the likelihood to change their current mechanic.
  • 1/3 of Malaysians have more than 5 years old car.

Now I’ll admit that Carama has engaged me to help Malaysians to find a mechanic they can trust and I’m only doing this because I believe Carama is uniquely different and a solution that will benefit regular car owners who don’t know much about car maintenance and finding the right mechanic.

carama_logoCarama, which will be officially launching this month, is a web portal designed to act as a trusted source of information for consumers, with the convenience of a one-stop platform to make an informed decision. Car owners can now select workshops based on quality, specialization, convenience, recommendations from experts and/or reviews from fellow car owners. Now I am part of the team to help you find a trusted mechanic.

Carama has provided me with some safety tips that I feel will be worth sharing with you guys especially those who will be travelling back for Raya. It’s an 8-steps guide self-check to prepare you for any road trip.

Carama 8-steps Guide

So stay tuned for the launch of Carama later this month and do drive safe while you are returning to hometown!

P1 Rewards Store Visits with Snap, Post and Win iPad Mini Contest


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Grab your camera and head on to your nearest P1 sales point as P1 is currently running yet another consumer campaign to give away, not one, but two iPad Minis a week over the next ten weeks!

To participate to win, all you need to do is to snap a photo together with a friendly P1 promoter, and posting ‘em on P1’s Facebook fan page and get fans and friends to ‘LIKE’ your photo. It’s that easy!

Packet One Networks, or simply known as P1, is Malaysia’s first and leading 4G service provider. According to P1’s CEO, CC Puan, this contest is a simple way to thank patrons and customers for their support throughout the years.

Currently, there are more than two hundred stores and sales points nationwide so they’ll be plenty of opportunity to catch one of their friendly promoters and snap a cheery moment with them. This contest is open to all Malaysians aged 18 and above. For further details, you can find out more here at http://www.p1.com.my/snap-post-win/.


New P1 Promo Makes High Quota  Broadband Plans Affordable


Still paying high price for high quota broadband plans? Now, here’s great news for all home users and bargain hunters. For a limited time only, P1 is offering high quota broadband plans at affordable prices through its latest EXTRA QUOTA promotion.

P1’s ‘ForHome™’ now comes with 50% more quota for its 12-and 24-month plans. Those who opt for 24-month plans will be rewarded further with up to 5GB more of monthly quota and on top of that, get free phone service and up to 300 minutes of monthly free calls to any fixed, mobile plus selected IDD numbers. To find out more, visit http://www.p1.com.my/change-to-forhome.

The same offer applies to P1’s ‘OnePlan™’, a 2-in-1 value plan for those needing both home and on-the-go broadband. Consumers just need to add RM30 to their monthly bill for an on-the-go broadband that comes with free MiFi. The MiFi is different from a conventional USB stick or dongle as the pocket-size MiFi device enables personal 4G WiFi and can provide connectivity for up to eight (8) WiFi-enabled devices on the go saving the user on Internet bills. More information about the ‘OnePlan™’ can be found here – http://www.p1.com.my/change-to-oneplan.

And just a quick note, P1’s quotas are ‘all-time’ quotas, meaning they can be utilised day and night without time cap limitations, perfect for consumers who love to stream online video and music contents.

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