Remember the Sloggi Love World campaign
that I (and a bunch of other bloggers) went to, a few months back? It was held in the middle of a forest in Hulu Langat. I wanted to tweet what we did and whatnot (I'm a Twitterholic ;p) but there was no coverage so I had to forget about it. Others were probably facing the same thing too - or so I thought.
But then Ceera
took out her phone, snapped a picture of us and then twitpic-ed it on Twitter.
I was like, "Eh, tengah hutan pun dapat coverage ke? You guna line apa??".
She told me she's using Celcom. Terkagum sekejap!
I guess it's true then - Celcom has the widest network coverage anywhere in Malaysia. Indoor, outdoor, on-the-move, dalam hutan dan mungkin juga dalam air. We wanted to switch to Celcom previously but we didn't. We couldn't, because of our contract. Lepas ni kalau nak tukar phone baru, marilah switch to Celcom sekali, wahai suami. Dalam hutan pun dapat coverage!
Speaking of new phone, Celcom had just launched the new Samsung Galaxy Note earlier this month. I've blogged about the cool features and specifications previously, so I'm gonna spare you the details (you can read them here
) but basically, it gives you the portability of a smartphone and the high performance of a tablet. You can have the best of everything in one nifty gadget!
It's great for anyone who is always on-the-go and can't live without their gadgets because you don't need to lug around your laptop, tablet, phone, camera, MP3 player, etc when you have the Samsung Galaxy Note. Heck, you don't even need to carry a notepad because it lets you take notes easily and conveniently with the S Pen stylus, just like a regular notepad!
The Samsung Galaxy Note is only available for Celcom customers, from as low as RM1,368 with Celcom Exec (retail price is RM2,299 by the way). Refer to this table for the package options:
Not only does Celcom has the widest network coverage, it also offers the best network quality and gives you the richest web and video streaming experience with its stable connection. Apalah guna kalau phone canggih-manggih tapi network macam hampeh kan? I feel like switching to Celcom right away!
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