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Prepaid service provider Tune Talk offers lowest rates for BlackBerry users in Malaysia

Prepaid service provider Tune Talk offers lowest rates for BlackBerry users in Malaysia
By Yousif Abdullah on 13 Jun 2011 09:07 am EDT

Tune Talk, Malaysia's fastest growing mobile prepaid service provider, is committed to take the country's mobile prepaid offerings to the next level with the introduction of lower rates for its BlackBerry prepaid service, which launched in May this year.

After a successful start, Tune Talk decided to lower the price for its BlackBerry prepaid service from 98 sen per day (or RM 28 per month) to only 38 sen per day or RM 11 per month. In U.S. currency, that is a mere 13¢ a day or a little under $4 a month.

Handsets available from Tune Talk include the BlackBerry Curve 8520, BlackBerry Curve 3G / 9300, BlackBerry Bold 9780 and the BlackBerry Torch 9800. Jason Lo, Tune Talk's CEO, expressed his enthusiasm on the offer, saying that "it’s about giving our subscribers more options and these are always about the best deals in town." Much to its credit, Tune Talk also seems to have the best marketing in town.

More Info available at Tunetalk

Reader comments

Prepaid service provider Tune Talk offers lowest rates for BlackBerry users in Malaysia


They're like Virgin Mobile, virtual network operators, piggy back on Celcom's network. Local calls a bit pricier though with bis as cheap they're offsetting the difference.