Latest Prepaid Plan, Tune Talk Launch on August 19

Are you still comparing between celcom xpax, maxis hotlink, digi prepaid, xox and u-mobile to find out the best prepaid plan in Malaysia suit you the most? Good news for mobile prepaid plan user! Now we have additional option for the comparison, Tune Talk.

This Blog has been Invited to Tune Talk Official Launch

latest prepaid plan cheap from tune talk

Tune Talk Sdn Bhd is set to be the newest mobile operator in the country, will officially launch its commercial service on 19 August 2009.

Modeled as a low-cost mobile service provider, Tune Talk will be focusing on services at super low calling rates with exciting incentives. Operating as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) riding on Celcom’s network, Tune Talk’s service is targeted at the underserved market segment and will offer maximum nationwide coverage. Source: Tune Service Sdn Bhd

Malaysia Air Asia airline has been awarded “The World’s Best Low-Cost Airline”. Tune Hotel and Tune Money are doing well too in the market by offering cheaper rates for hotel rooms and financial products, respectively. What will be Tune Group’s next move on Tune Talk?

Based on the quote shown on above, it sounds like Tune Talk is going to whap the prepaid card market by offering the cheapest rate prepaid plan in country? What do you think? Anyway, very soon, we will know what their plan is after the launching.

p.s this blog has been invited to join the Tune Talk Official Launch. Unfortunately, my schedules not allow me to attend it. Anyway, appreciates for their invitation.

4 thoughts on “Latest Prepaid Plan, Tune Talk Launch on August 19”

  1. Monica

    hmm I’ve never used a prepaid service plan before..

  2. tune4u

    U all should use Tune Talk Prepaid.
    U will get the commission up to 20% each time your friends/referral top-up at any top-up center (maybank2u, 7-E, Petrol Pumm, etc)

  3. Suzana Ahmad

    I plan to terminate the post paid that im using now.
    Any idea how i want to joint this package and where should i refer to.
    Where is the nearest place i can visit around kuala lumpur