Maxis Broadband vs Celcom Broadband (Wireless, Wired, 3G, HSDPA, EDGE, GPRS)
Posted on September 4, 2007
Filed Under Telco
Mobility is a must. My main concern is to be online anytime anywhere. Starbucks now is not an option. I do have Streamyx at home. Alternative to Streamyx? Haven’t found any.But sometimes when I’m out from the office and home, there’s an urgency to check email. That’s why I’m looking for some juicy offer from these telco.Why Maxis? Maxis Wireless Broadband is miles beyond your average high-speed internet connection. When you sign up for our services, you can count on a host of benefits that put your needs ahead of everything else. You can surf 15 times faster than traditional dial-up modem.Visit Maxis BroadbandWhy Celcom? Get connected anywhere in 3 simple steps with Celcom Broadband. Whether you’re working from home or just surfing outdoors, you can be sure of true mobility and lightning speed internet access!Visit Celcom BroadbandUse simple maths. Which one is cheaper? Absolutely Celcom. But I heard too much about their bad service.And Maxis, why they don’t just lower their 3G montly unlimited service? RM120 is still expensive. I’m sure if Maxis can lower it down to RM68, everybody will subscribe to it. Some even says Maxis Broadband sucks with a lot of complaints!Digi broadband? Havent’ heard about it yet. However, U-mobile broadband looks tempting.This page may not serve much information regarding this battle. You may find a lot more interesting Maxis, Celcom, Digi, U-mobile discussion on tech forum such as LowYat.net and MyPDACafe.com or other relevant websites.Don’t worry, you can always discuss and share about their coverage, promotion, plans, problems such as wireless issue or even DNS issue here. We’re looking forward to hear such complaints such as “What? Celcom broadband wireless very slow”, or “Subscribing to Maxis broadband wireless is not worth it. Their coverage is so poor”, or “When will Digi rollout their 3G and the newest Digi broadband service?”. We must ensure that we must push telco provider.We as consumer have our rights to choose the best broadband provider!