TM-Owned Unifi Offers Free Access To TV Channels And Broadband Perks Until 31 March 2020
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Telekom Malaysia (TM) has announced several perks for its subscribers to help them cope during the 14-day period of movement restriction order imposed by the government. Extended through the broadband service provider, unifi, eligible customers will be able to enjoy free access to live TV channels, unlimited LTE weekly passes, and extra LTE hotspot quotas. The perks will last from now until 31 March 2020.

To begin with, customers with unifi TV will be entitled to complimentary viewing for all live TV channels, including National Geographic, FOX Movies, FOXlife, tvN, and Nickelodeon. That said, the offer is extended only to residential subscribers. Those who are subscribed to the unifi Basic 30Mbps plan are also not eligible for this perk.

You can also access the free live TV channels on unifi PlayTV, a video streaming service via the playtv@unifi app on multiple devices. The playtv@unifi app is downloadable on Google Play and the App Store.

unifi free channels

Additionally, unifi Mobile is giving its customers complimentary access to the unlimited weekly LTE pass. Also known as the BEBAS Weekly pass, it gives you unlimited data for LTE coverage, and typically costs RM20.00 for a validity of 7 days. You can get this free pass through the mobile@unifi app, and it will last 7 days from the date of your redemption.

You can also take advantage of the 999GB of LTE hotspot quota that TM is giving to selected postpaid customers. If you are subscribed to any of the following plans, you will be eligible for this benefit:

  • Ultimate Plan (unifi Mobile 99 at RM59, with 12-month contract)
  • unifi Mobile 99
  • webe RM79
  • unifi Mobile Pek Jasa/Senior Citizen Plan
  • unifi Mobile Biz 99
  • unifi Mobile Biz 79

Note that no applications are necessary for the extra LTE hotspot quota, but you will have to make sure that you are within unifi Mobile’s LTE coverage in order to make use of it.

Aside from TM’s unifi, Astro and iflix, too, have announced that its customers will be able to enjoy complimentary access to various selected locked content, from now until 31 March 2020.

(Source: Lowyat.NET, unifi)

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