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webe broadband is now offering a 4G LTE MiFi modem without contract

In case you didn’t know, webe[1] is also offering wireless broadband[2] over 4G LTE. Initially available as a SIM-only plan, the new mobile operator is finally offering a MiFi modem which you use to share the connection with up to 10 devices.

To recap, there’s only one webe broadband plan which costs just RM59/month for 10GB of data. As a limited time promo, they are offering additional 20GB data which gives you a total of 30GB each month.

Unlike its earlier promo[3], webe will be offering the free extra data until further notice. If there are any changes to this promotion, webe promises to inform all subscribers at least 30 days in advance. Do note that this is a data-only plan so you won’t get any voice or SMS service.

If you plan on using this on a phone or tablet, you can enable WiFi hotspot with no extra charges. Upon depleting your allocated monthly data quota, speeds will be throttled to 128kbps.

The MiFi on offer is a Huawei E5377 which is going for RM210 without a contract. It has a 1.45? TFT LCD display and it supports 4G LTE in FDD-LTE (800MHz, 850MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz, 2100MHz and 2600MHz) bands with Cat4 speeds (150Mbps).

Speed-wise, it’s a notch below the E5786[4] that’s being offered[5] by Digi. The MiFi can connect up to 10 devices with 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi and there’s a microSD slot which allows you to share files across your devices. With a 1,500mAh battery, the E5377 is rated to last up to 6 hours of use and up to 300 hours in standby (with WiFi switched off).

If you’re interested, it will cost RM263 (inclusive of RM53 upfront fee) upon sign up and webe is also offering next working day free delivery if you get it online.

For more info, visit webe’s broadband page[6].

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  6. ^ broadband page (www.webe.com.my)
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webe does wireless broadband at RM59/month

161223-webe-broadband-10GB-RM59 webe was initially launched[1] with a single mobile postpaid plan that provided unlimited calls, SMS and data on a single device. For those who need a SIM for data sharing, webe has finally introduced its webe broadband at RM59/month.

There’s only a single broadband plan option and it comes with 10GB each month. As a limited time promo, webe is also giving additional 20GB quota but it is valid until 28th February 2017. That means you’ll get just 10GB of data beginning 1st March 2017.

161223-webe-broadband-plan Unlike its postpaid plan, the webe broadband comes with free tethering up to 10 concurrent devices. webe isn’t offering any device bundles and you can slot the SIM card into your existing MiFi modems or tablets. There’s no activation fee but a RM50 upfront fee is required during signup.

Since it is a data-only SIM, you can’t make calls or SMS with webe broadband. Once you’ve hit your quota limit, speeds will be throttled at 128kbps. Some are you might be thinking, isn’t this the same as its former P1 W1MAX[2] offering?

On the surface it looks like it but webe’s wireless broadband is SIM based and it runs on their new 4G LTE network. As webe is embarking on a network expansion[3] exercise in 2017, it is likely that webe will be switching most of its former P1 WiMAX customers to LTE. You can check if your place is covered with their coverage map[4].

For more info, head over to the webebroadband[5] page.

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  3. ^ network expansion (www.soyacincau.com)
  4. ^ coverage map (www.webe.com.my)
  5. ^ webebroadband (www.webe.com.my)
  6. ^ Players on the Field (www.soyacincau.com)
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