Malay Mail Digital Revolution – malaymailgr8deals

The Malay Mail and its three other partners in the Media Alliance are creating a digital revolution with the launch of two spectacular subscription packages for Malaysians.

From left to right: Ding Lee Leong , Executive Editor in Chief – Oriental Daily, Akmal Eirfan Mohd Fauzi, Executive Editor -Sinar Harian, Datuk Wong Sai Wan, Editor in Chief – The Malay Mail, P. Mohanan, News Editor – Makkal Osai, Datuk Hasnul Hassan , Managing Director – The Malay Mail.

Media Alliance press con 17 Feb 2014 with promo offers

With two international brands, Huawei and Samsung as device partners, the tablets that readers get in the subscription package with the Malay Mail come loaded with 15 apps, including four ePapers – Malay Mail, Sinar Harian, Oriental Daily News and Makkal Osai – and a host of community, sports, contest and entertainment apps.

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The #malaymailgr8deals package:
1. Package A – Huawei MediaPad 7 Youth – RM288/YEAR. Actual value RM1,700
2. Package B – Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7″ – RM538/YEAR. Actual value RM2.000

What a steal!
You get 4 (FOUR) e-Papers – Malay Mail, Sinar Harian, Oriental Daily News & Makkal Osai, & a host of sports/community/entertainment apps ALL PRELOADED into the device.

All for RM288 or RM538! So basically you’re getting a tablet for FREE! 🙂

So the the question is whether there are a minimum number of years a reader should subscribe to be eligible for this great deal?
Well, the answer is “No”.
As long as you subscribed for a year, the tablet is yours, and doesn’t matter if you continue or not the year after!

Any additional charges?
1. The subscription package price does not include newspaper vendor delivery charges. These will be billed directly by your newspaper vendor.
2. Delivery charges of RM35 per tablet applies.

NOTE:
Other apps that came preloaded are:
SeeClickFix, Crime Check, TGV Cinemas, TableApp, RinggitPlus, Karangkraf e-Mall, Karangkraf Newsfeed, DurianFM, Gr8 App Gallery.

You can sign for as many subscription packages as you want and give them as gifts to family, friends and business partners.
Pre-register your interest at : www.themalaymailonline.com/gr8

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. KY

    I want that mediapad!

  2. paul ho

    Hmm good to see the Redberry group moving forward with the digital age!

  3. Cal

    Saw tis on your fb feed. Frankly the Hua Wei is a better bet

  4. Kellia

    I only get my news from FB nowadays. For us we subscribe to the online versions of our local papers and it is accessible on smartphones, anytime anywhere.

  5. Cassie

    I think I’ll go for the Hua Wei. Better specs my friend said.

  6. Gregory Loh

    Hmmm .. Not a bad offer. Essentially you get a free tablet regardless if you read the paper or otherwise. Good carrot dangling incentive here

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