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There are 3 mobile operators in Malaysia,they are Celcom , Digi, and Maxis and 3 mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), they are Happy, TuneTalk, and U Mobile.

We will show you the all the features of each operators under this section as well as compare with other operators.

To compare all operator plans under same package, (for example,prepaid plan), please visit the 'Prepaid' , 'Postpaid' , 'Family Plan' , 'Data Plan' and 'MNP plan' section for more informations or you can visit our blog.

Some information related to Malaysia Mobile Communication:

  • Malaysia International Dialing Code : 60 (assigned by ITU-T)
    • When calling abroad from Malaysia, the international call prefix is 00 or + if call from mobile phone.
  • Calls to Singapore do not require international dialing, calls are made using the 02 access code.
    Similarly, calls to Brunei from East Malaysia can be made using the 080 access code.
    • But calls from Peninsular Malaysia to Brunei require international dialing.
  • Some other non-geographical short codes and special numbers:
    • 100 Universal operator service (formerly fixed telephone & facsimile fault report)
      1066 Earthquakes and Tsunami Alert Centre
      112 Mobile network emergency telephone number
      999 Universal emergency service (Civil defense service , Fire Department , Gas Pipeline emergency)
  • Malaysia fixed line dialing code:
    • 02 Domestic access code to Singapore
      03 Selangor & Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur & Putrajaya
      04 Kedah, Penang & Perlis
      05 Perak & Cameron Highlands (Pahang)
      06 Melaka, Negeri Sembilan & Muar (Johor)
      07 Johor (except Muar)
      080 Domestic access code to Brunei (East Malaysia only)
      081 reserved for domestic access/area code
      082 Kuching (Sarawak)
      083 Sri Aman (Sarawak)
      084 Sarikei, Bintangor, Sibu, Kanowit, Song, & Kapit (Sarawak)
      085 Lawas, Limbang, Miri (Sarawak)
      086 Bintulu, Belaga (Sarawak)
      087 Inner District (Sabah) & Federal Territory of Labuan
      088 Kota Kinabalu, Kudat (Sabah)
      089 Lahad Datu, Sandakan, Tawau (Sabah)
      09 Kelantan, Pahang (except Cameron Highlands) & Terengganu
  • Malaysia mobile dialing code,however,you can have any number with any opeartor under MNP service:
    • 010 Private Network (MVO) XOX Sdn Bhd-Chinese Oriented (formerly Celcom Art900, analogue mobile)
      010-51 TuneTalk
      010-54 TuneTalk
      011 reserved (formerly TM ATUR 450, analogue mobile) Said to be reserved for Jaring as a 3G provider.
      012 Maxis (3G/3.5G/GSM900/GSM1800 mobile) (Formerly Binariang)
      013 Celcom (formerly TMTouch, 3G/3.5G/GSM900/GSM1800/Satellite mobile). Mainly known used by prepaid X-PAX users.
      014-2 Maxis (3G/3.5G/GSM900/GSM1800 mobile)
      014-3 DiGi (GSM900/GSM1800 mobile)
      014-6 DiGi (GSM900/GSM1800 mobile)
      014-8 Celcom (3G/3.5G/GSM900/GSM1800 mobile). X-PAX users.
      0153 B & E Wireless Mobile (Wireless Mobile Phone Line)
      0154 VoIP services. May be 8 or 9 digits.
      016 DiGi (GSM900/GSM1800 mobile)
      017 Maxis (formerly TimeCel , Time Telecom, 3G/3.5G/GSM900/GSM1800 mobile)
      018 U Mobile (formerly SAPURA CDMA mobile/TM wireless fixed telephony, 3G/GSM900/DVB-T mobile)(also,formerly used with CDMA Cordless Smartfone systems for places where landlines are not available)
      019 Celcom (3G/3.5G/GSM900/GSM1800/Satellite mobile)
  • All operators are monitor by
    • Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)/(SKMM)
      Learn more about MCMC,please visit Official website http://www.skmm.gov.my