Astro and broadband package just got cheaper. The well known Astro and Broadband package was the collaboration that Astro has with Maxis Home Fibre. In this post, we’ll look into Astro and Allo broadband, which is the cheaper package.
Earlier this year Astro teamed up with Allo to offer cost-efficient high-speed broadband services of 50Mbps and 100Mbps, at a special price of RM 99, and RM 129 respectively. In case you didn’t know, Allo is a subsidiary company of Tenaga Nasional Berhad which offer City Broadband.
All customers will also have free access to Astro GO which allows them to stream videos at their convenience. Customers are encouraged to connect their set top box to unlock more than 15, 000 On Demand titles as part of their pack entitlement.Astro
See also Astro and Maxis broadband package review.
Astro and Allo broadband package
|Astro pack||Broadband package||Monthly fee|
Astro’s Family Pack content has more than 60 channels, including Astro Ria, Astro Prima, Astro Arena, Astro Awani, Astro AEC, Astro Xiao Tai Yang, NatGeo WILD, and FOXlife and HD content among others.
In addition, Astro customers will also get to enjoy free access to Astro Go and unlock more than 15,000 on-demand titles under their pack entitlement.
However, this offer is only applicable to homeowners in residential areas that are connected by Allo. Under the NFCP initiative, Allo is expanding their coverage nationwide starting with Melaka, Perak, Johor, Kedah, Selangor and Pulau Pinang.
If you are within the coverage area and is interested to sign up, you may provide your name, telephone number and address to 03-9543 3838. An Astro representative will contact you within the next 48 hours.
Honestly, this package definitely the cheaper choice, as a comparison to Maxis Home Fibre:
|Provider||Astro pack||Broadband speed||Monthly fee|
|Astro and Allo||Family pack||50Mbps|
|Astro and Maxis||Family pack||30Mbps|
So what do you think of this Astro and broadband package? If you’re one of the lucky resident who happen to be within the coverage area, are you going to subscribe to this package?