A mobile service provider is a company or a group of companies which provides transmission services through radio signals to the wireless users such as smartphones or tablets. Every country had a wide range of mobile service providers offering calling facility, data services, sms services, broadband and a lot more. In Malaysia also, there are some of the best mobile service providers, which are offering these services at best rates. If you are going to adopt a new provider, then you may be confused about which one to adopt. Before going to any new service provider, you have to check its network coverage, frequency, plans, plans rental or recharges, customer support, regulations and roaming options.
If you are unfamiliar with these terms, then here we are sharing some of the best and top-rated mobile service providers in Malaysia.
Mobile Service Providers in Malaysia –
Celcom is one of the oldest and among that few companies which obtain a cellular phone license in Malaysia. Celcom professionally was known as Celcom Axiata Berhad and it is managed and owned by Axiata Group Berhad, Malaysia. It is the main rival of Maxis mobile service provider in the country. Xpax is the prepaid brand of Celcom. Xpax plans start from just RM10 in which user will get RM6 as pre-loaded balance and data pack of 200 MB for seven days. Network coverage of Celcom’s 2G and 3G networks is excellent but quite slow in 4G networks. Celcom is available all around the Malaysia where the users can easily recharge their prepaid numbers. In all the airports and shopping centres, Celcom stores are available to purchase a new one. All the Xpax and Celcom prepaid and postpaid plans are available on Celcom website. Customer support provided by the company to their users is also excellent in its community. If you are facing any type of connectivity issue, network coverage issue or recharge details, contact the customer support desk at Celcom customer service number.
- Maxis (Hotlink)
It is the only provider in Malaysia which provides high speed 4G network and fibre broadband network with a good network coverage. All the mobile data services and prepaid services are sold under the name of Hotlink by Maxis. As per reviews, its network coverage in 2G and 3G is not so good as compared to the 4G network. The tri-cut Maxis sim cards can be purchased from any airport, local store, showrooms and convenience stores such as 7-Eleven. The cheapest prepaid top-up recharge is of RM10, in which user will get RM5 as credit value for five days along with 300 MB data that is available for three days. Along with prepaid, company is also providing postpaid, mobile phones and broadband services. All of these services can be purchased from their official website as well as stores located all around Malaysia. Maxis is also providing special postpaid plans with the mobile phones purchased from their portal or stores. Along with all these, business solutions are also provided by Maxis.