Pakej Keluarga Malaysia: U Mobile offers Samsung Galaxy A02 for free with no upfront payment required - SoyaCincau

U Mobile is offering the Samsung Galaxy A02 with RM0 upfront payment under the Pakej Peranti Keluarga Malaysia. There's also a new KM40 postpaid plan that costs RM40/month.

23/10/2021 8:11:00 AM

U Mobile is offering the Samsung Galaxy A02 for free on a shorter 12-month contract and no upfront payment is required. The plan offers unlimited calls and data, plus 5GB of hotspot.

U Mobile is offering the Samsung Galaxy A02 with RM0 upfront payment under the Pakej Peranti Keluarga Malaysia. There's also a new KM40 postpaid plan that costs RM40/month.

which costs RM68/month comes with unlimited calls to all networks, unlimited data, and 5GB of hotspot quota. If you prefer a different device with 64GB of storage, there’s the Galaxy A03s or the Oppo A16 that are offered for RM199 each.Free phone on RM40/month plan

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If you don’t need unlimited data and prefer to get a plan with a lower fee, the Galaxy A02 is also offered for free with a new KM40 postpaid plan on a 12-month contract. The plan offers 5GB of data and 50 minutes of voice calls to all networks for RM40/month. You can also redeem the free 1GB daily data for productivity use through the MyUMobile app. While the phone is free, you’ll need to pay RM288 as an upfront payment which will be rebated back to your account monthly (RM24 x 12 months).

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