Tag Archives: Mobile Prepaid

Salamfone – an Islamic Shariah Concept Mobile Virtual Network Operator


Salamfone is a company that owned by Reach Telecom, Kuwait. Salamfone had obtained their Shariah certificate on December 2010, and it’s the only operator that offer free daily praying time as well as takzirah and hikmah. Salamfone operated under Celcom network.

Calls Same NetworkRM 0.15/minuteRM 0.12/minuteRM 0.20/minute
Calls Other NetworksRM 0.15/minuteRM 0.16/minuteRM 0.20/minute
Charging BlockUnknown
SMS Same NetworkRM 0.09/SMSRM 0.03/SMSRM 0.10/SMS
SMS Other NetworksRM 0.09/SMSRM 0.08/SMSRM 0.10/SMS
Famili & Rakan Salam
Favorite Numbers5
CallsRM 0.12/minute

I’ve found no any MMS information, it seems that they are Continue reading

REDtone Mobile Postpaid Mobile Virtual Network Operator

REDtone Mobile

REDtone Mobile was established on year 2009 and using Celcom network to provide service, hence they are Mobile Virtual Network Operator. REDtone Mobile is operated by REDtone.

REDtone Mobile only providing postpaid service, and their postpaid commitment is the lowest among all MNO and MVNO, which is RM 8 per month, however you must be bond for a minimum 12 months contract.

Montly CommitmentRM 8RM 58RM 88
Calls Same Network10 hours free*
Call Other NetworksRM 0.15/minuteRM 0.12/minuteRM 0.10/minute
SMS to All NetworksRM 0.10/SMS
Charging Block30 seconds
Free Data**200 MB500 MB

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Mobile Virtual Network Operator Prepaid – Merchantrade


Menchantrade is one of the Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) in Malaysia, just like Happy, TuneTalk, and XOX. I’m not sure whether you still remember I had a post ‘Malaysia Mobile Operators & MVNO‘ explaining how MVNO works.

Merchantrade prepaid is operated by Merchantrade Asia Sdn. Bhd. under Celcom network. Merchantrade target on foreign workers in Malaysia and offering competitive International Direct Dialing (IDD) for them to call back their origin country.

Beside that, Merchantrade also offer remittance service to let foreign worker remit their hard earn money home. However, I’ve no idea on their remittance charges, so Continue reading