Searching for the cheapest data plan in Malaysia? If you have been on the search for some time, you may have realized that the best data plan in Malaysia is not judged solely based on price. Sometimes a cheap mobile data plan have many strings attached that chalks up to an eventual price that is far more expensive the initial cost quoted.
Everyone must have heard of the word “selfie” before and even tried it. But did you know that the “selfie” was actually first introduced a long time ago back in 1839? It was only due to the rapid advancements in technology such as the invention of smart phones (with front facing cameras and mobile web services), did people started taking selfies.
Everyone must have heard of acronyms such as 3G, 4G or LTE by now, but does anyone truly understands what it means? Did you know that the letter “G’ actually stands for generation? Thus the bigger the number, the more current it is!
As 2015 comes to a close, what has been the best mobile app game that the year has seen? Can there be a game that beats the ever popular Candy Crush? We have rounded up the 3 best mobile Internet app games that we think you should try if you haven’t!
Looking for the cheapest data plan in Malaysia? Enquire with your mobile network operator to decide if a prepaid or postpaid plan best suits your lifestyle and begin to save up on your phone bills!
Got your mind on your money, and your money on your mind? Are you an avid player in the game of lotteries looking to win it big? You’d be glad to know that XOX Mobile provides gaming results that we deliver straight to you via SMS – FREE OF CHARGE!
Mobile Internet was launched a few years ago, and it is broadly used amongst people in Malaysia – both for post-paid and pre-paid Internet users. Having an Internet mobile technology that allows us to stay connected at all times, and many of us have started using our mobile data to call our friends and family. Every now and then there are new Apps being launched that features free SMS and free calls functions.
Impossible. That’s what you would have said if somebody told you, when you were playing Snake with your old, monotone, bi-colour hand phone that, just a few years later, some cinema movies would have been filmed with a mobile phone.
Remember the times when switching from one mobile operator to the next means you’d have to switch numbers as well? The hassle of moving your massive contact list and notifying every single one of your friends of your new contact number is enough to discourage users from switching to another mobile operator when they want to.
With the advancement of today’s smartphones and tablets, desktop functionality are seamlessly translating onto portable devices. Everything you do on your less portable computer can now be done on a more portable, more straightforward touch-base that is more intuitive than menu-driven interfaces.
We’ve all heard of or have people around us suffering from Acrophobia, the fear of heights, and Ophidiophobia, the fear of snakes, but what’s truly tormenting the society if you haven’t already noticed, is nomophobia.
Mobile technology has come a long way from the analogue based first generation service (1G), the introduction of narrowband digital networks in the second generation (2G), increased data transmissions in the third generation telecommunication technology (3G), to today’s fourth generation networks (4G), capable of high-speed data transmissions comparable to broadband.
As a frequent mobile user, you have probably received random messages from varying, unknown numbers containing promotion of a business’ products or services. To be more specific, the content of spam messages may vary from attractive product offers, free SMS packages, while most tend to just sway people into giving out their personal information to extort money from naive victims.
Remember when mobile phones used to be this bulky brick like gizmo that only makes phone calls? Or the buzzing of static interferences caused by electronic devices nearby? The world of voice-only mobile networks is a distant one by now, especially for millennials whose only concern for mobile is probably the capability of Facebook browsing. We have come a long way in mobile technology.
Finding a mobile plan with the best mobile internet service in mind isn’t just about comparing offerings and tariffs of the various carriers out there. Some key decisions that many users forget about is reliability and flexibility – i.e. the coverage and speed from a given network and the right package that will suit your lifestyle.