Petaling Jaya – This festive and New Year season, give the gift of a better indoor and outdoor broadband experience in one special gift pack by Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn.Bhd. (“P1”), Malaysia’s first and leading 4G wireless broadband service provider. The ONE PlanTM is already a value buy as it comes with two modems for home and on-the-go at the price of one broadband subscription. For this festive and New Year season, P1 offers an online and call-in exclusive with a special gift pack delivered right to your doorstep and a further RM100 discount off activation fee.
The 2-in-1 home and on-the-go One PlanTM is designed to provide a better indoor and outdoor broadband experience facilitating the user with the right modem in the right environment. There are four different packages for the P1 One PlanTM to serve different user requirements in terms of speed, quota and price; they are the One 69 Plan, One 89 Plan, One 129 Plan and the One 169 Plan.
The lowest One PlanTM for light users is the ONE 69 Plan which offers speeds of 1 Mbps for both modems and a shared quota of 3GB. It also includes 100 minutes of free voice calls to local fixed and mobile numbers and IDD calls to 10 popular destinations including Singapore, China and Hong Kong.
Online and call-in customers also get to enjoy the current year-end promotion for the One 69 Plan and One 89 Plan which comes with additional RM20 off for the first three months: This means customers pay only RM49 and RM69 respectively in the first three months. This offers ends 31 December 2011.
Consumers interested in the special One PlanTM giftpack can purchase or find out more on www.p1.com.my/oneplan/star or by calling 1300 03 8887.
I wrote a short review of the new ChurpChurp redesign recently and one of its new features was the Stories. My first impression of this was that it would’ve been like Project Petaling Street. But I found out otherwise.
While ChurpChurp is running a contest to spread the awareness of their Stories feature, I’ve discovered all stories you find on the homepage are featured stories hand-picked by the ChurpChurp team.
If you don’t see the stories you shared appear on the homepage, it’s because it wasn’t virally worth being featured – like the 5 stories I had shared. Through my conversation with ChurpChurp over Twitter, all my stories were kept in my profile – for what purpose, I can’t tell.
Truth be told, I’m not happy now after learning only virally worth stories which are hand-picked by the ChurpChurp team would be featured on the homepage. This could be its Achilles heel.
Let the rakyat (public) decide
I’m not sure if the ChurpChurp team are aware of this – I believe their techies would be. But there are existing community websites who’ve implemented a self-moderating method. Through the power of the community, they vote up what is worth sharing and vote down or report abuses.
Oh well, I guess the team would look into this in their next redesign.