TNB’s Allo is offering 1Gbps fibre optic home internet in Malaysia for RM199/month

TNB’s Allo is offering 1Gbps fibre optic home internet in Malaysia for RM199/month

Allo Technology, a subsidiary of Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is offering internet speed of up to 1Gbps for residential users and up to 10Gbps for enterprises in Malaysia thanks to its utilisation of fibre optic broadband. Available through the company’s City Broadband brand, they are also competitively priced, with the 1Gbps residential plan priced at RM199 per month. 

Besides that, Allo City Broadband is also offering residential plans of 100Mbps for RM99/month and 500Mbps at RM139/month. Moreover, the company is also offering a limited-time Merdeka promotion of 300Mbps at RM109/month and the aforementioned 100Mbps plan at just RM89/month. All the residential plans include unlimited data, symmetrical speed and dynamic IP address. As reported by Bernama, Allo Technology chief network officer Muhammad Mohd Yunos said that fibre optic broadband provides faster and more reliable internet service. 

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He also elaborated that fibre optic is not affected by any weather changes, electromagnetic interference or radio waves. Furthermore, its main advantage is speed, whereby it is significantly faster than wireless broadband that utilises fourth-generation (4G) technology.

Muhammad further shared that Allo had successfully connected more than 180,000 premises in Melaka, Perak, Kedah, Penang, Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Johor with the fibre optic broadband network under the initiative of the National Digital Network Plan (JENDELA). The company plans to connect up to 300,000 premises under JENDELA, with plans to expand its footprint to the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. 

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For more information on Allo’s fibre optic broadband offerings, do visit its City Broadband brand official website here. As always, make sure to stay tuned to TechNave.com for the latest trending tech news in Malaysia and beyond!

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