I’ve been using Webe RM79 (now Unifi Mobile 99) since its launch and so far I’m happy with it. I can feel they have improved their service in term of internet speed and coverage.
In this review, I’ll try to briefly explain the detailed of this package plan and some of the limitations that I observed or experienced in this few years of using it.
Let’s dive in…
See also U Mobile P79 review.
Unifi Mobile 99 postpaid plan
Unifi Mobile has updated their package plan with additional Free 10GB 4G LTE Wifi hotspot every month.
|Voice call||Unlimited to any network (domestic)|
|SMS||Unlimited to any network|
**Unifi Mobile 99 comes with no-string-attached. However, you can get it at RM59 per month with 12 months contract – limited time offer.
The voice features include all the basic requirement such as Call Hold, Call Waiting, and Missed Call Notification.
Additional Wifi hotspot pass
The free 10GB Wifi hotspot is to be used on 4G LTE network only. If you are using the free wifi hotspot but encounter issue such as “Connected but no network access”, this post might be handy.
Note: The following Personal Wi-Fi Pass below can be used on any network type such as 4G/LTE/H+/3G, unlike the free 10GB 4G/LTE that comes with the plan.
In case you need help to set up your Wifi hotspot, read how to set up and use Webe wifi hotspot.
Unifi Mobile 99 limitations
Voice call / SMS
Features that are not supported include Video Call, Voicemail, Call Forwarding, Multi-party call, and Enabling Private Number Display on your outgoing calls.
Additional charges are applicable to these calls and SMSes:
- Calls to 1300 / 1700 / 1600 / 1MOCC numbers
- Calls to 02-Prefix numbers for border calls to Singapore
- 080-Prefix number for border calls to Brunei
- Calls to Special Number
- International Calls (IDD) and SMS from Malaysia
- Voice calls & SMS roaming outside Malaysia
LTE band 5
Unifi Mobile is utilizing LTE band 5. This is different from other telcos like Celcom and Maxis which are using LTE band 1, 3, and 7. The downside of band 5 is the speed and coverage is slightly lesser than the others. So, you won’t get the speed as high as 75Mbps.
Would I recommend this plan to my family members or friends?
The answer is yes. Currently, my wife is using the Unifi Mobile 59 (same package as Unifi Mobile 99) but because of this is my sub-line, the price is cheaper. Previously using U Mobile GX50.
What do you think of this plan? If you have any experience using Unifi Mobile, let me know in the comment below.