Tune Talk trains its guns on Indonesia
By Ajith Ram April 20, 2016
- New package targets migrant Indonesians
- Discussions ongoing to expand overseas
Tune Talk Bisa Pak users will enjoy a call rate of six sen for 30 seconds to Indonesia, which according to the company is the cheapest by any telco in Malaysia. Users will also be getting 300MB of data and 20 minutes of free calls to Indonesia.
The accumulated Tune Talk Big Points can be used later to redeem AirAsia flight tickets and Tune Talk Bisa Pak customers will also get RM100,000 (about US$25,000 at current rates) worth of insurance coverage.
"At Tune Talk, we are aware of the demand for the best mobile services among Indonesians currently working and staying in Malaysia," said chief executive officer Jason Lo.
Taking a swipe at Maxis for its apparent inept customer service, Lo also promised not to discriminate against the company's Malaysian customers. He further clarified that Tune Talk intends to use the Bisa Pak as a 'springboard' into Indonesia and the company is currently in talks with potential partners in that country.
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