When you're in Malaysia and you want to contact your home country you can buy a sim card. The cost for a sim card is RM10 ($2.50), which included 5MYR of credit valid for five days. There are four main cell service providers in Malaysia: Maxis, Cellcom, Digi, and U Mobile. Of the main four, Maxis has the greatest coverage, followed by Celcom and Digi, and finally U Mobile. Malaysia is a very connected country, and nowhere is that more obvious than when it comes to buying SIM cards.
The prepaid service of Maxis is called "Hotlink", while Celcom has opted for “Xpax.” In any major town or city, it’s almost impossible to walk more than a block without seeing a sign for one or both of them.
Kiosks are also present and clearly marked in the arrivals area of most international airports, including both terminals in Kulala Lumpur. All physical sizes of SIM card were available, and data worked straight away.
The APN (Acces Point Name) settings are automatically added to "Hotlink". If you need to add them manually for some reason, they’re as follows:
• APN: max4g
• Username: maxis
• Password: wap
• Authentication type: PAP
While Maxis is usually the most expensive provider, cell service (and data in particular) is relatively cheap in Malaysia no matter which company you choose. Be sure to ask about any current promotions before making a decision about which package to buy. It’s not unusual to get bonus data thrown in.
Oppo has a smartphone which is made in Malaysia. OPPO was the top smartphone brand in China in 2019 and was ranked No. 5 worldwide. It's not an expensive mobile. OPPO is enjoyed by young people in Malaysia and other countries around the world. You can find them in any shopping mall. Oppo specialized in designing innovative mobile photography technology.
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