U Mobile to Offer Special Father’s Day Phone Trade-in Promotion
Jun 15, 2012 13:39
the upcoming Father’s Day weekend, U Mobile offers a special trade-in
promotion at U Mobile outlets in Berjaya Times Square, One Utama and
All you have to do is trade in your old phone
and purchase a new one under U Mobile’s U58 or U88 postpaid phone plan.
Once you’ve signed up, you’ll get a RM300 rebate from your phone bill
over the course of 3-months.
Here are a few frequently-asked-questions regarding the promotion:
What phone model can I trade in? You
can trade in phone models from Apple, Blackberry, HTC, LG, Motorola,
Nokia, Samsung, and Sony Ericsson. A full list of phones eligible for
trading in is available here. How long does this promotion last? The promotion is only valid on the 16th and 17th of June, 2012.
What are the available phone models available under U Mobile’s postpaid plans? According to their website, U Mobile carries mobile-phone models from these brands: HTC, Sony, Samsung, Blackberry, and Nokia.
Mobile also recently announced affordable mobile plans for the Sony
Xperia U. Customers have a choice of three different plans designed to
suit their individual mobile usage patterns.
For avid mobile
users who consume high volumes of data and are always on the go, the U88
plan will suit them best as it offers high-speed mobile internet up to
3GB and comes with 300 minutes of free calls and 300 free SMS.
data users who enjoy surfing, social networking and frequent calls can
opt for the U58 plan, which includes data up to 2GB with 300 minutes of
In addition to U Mobile’s savvy plans for the Sony
Xperia U, the telco is also calling for registrations for the new HTC
One S. So those interested in the latest HTC smartphone can register
themselves on the U Mobile website from 4-12 June to be the first
contacted when the HTC One S hits the shelves.
It’s a marvellous June with U Mobile, so get your eyes over to http://u.com.my/ to check out their interesting offers now.
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