While we do not know the Pokemon GO release date in Malaysia yet, Grab Malaysia and Hotlink jointly launch 4 limited edition PokeMobileÂ in to help Pokemon Master catchÂ Pokemon faster and level up faster.
For the first two days following the launch of Pokemon Go in Malaysia, all Pokemon Go players in Klang Valley can get aÂ free ride of Pokemobile to the nearest PokeStop by selecting the PokeMobile button on their GrabApp.
PokeMobile has been decorated like a fire dragon with wings and tail. Hop into the PokeMobile, you will be welcomed by refreshments, Grab Goodie Bag, Hotlink PokeChargers (Poke Ball power bank) for your phones, and a PokeMonitor tablet powered by Hotlink Fast 4G showing Pokemon GO map.Â You can also catch more Pokemon at Hotlink PokeStops that equipped with “Lures”.
Every PokeMobile rider who are also Hotlink customer will get an extra FREE USD100 worth of PokeCoins (14,500 pcs) via Hotlink Cash Online — your Hotlink credit that can be used to purchase apps or in-app items in Google Play Store.
Here’s what you can buy with USD100 worth of PokeCoins to help you level up faster:
145 Pokemon lures to attract more Pokemon
96 egg incubators
Plus, Hotlink customers will get 10% off PokeCoins every time via Hotlink Cash Online.
The 10% off for in-app purchases on Google Play Store also applicable to:
Clash of Clans
Candy Crush Saga
Candy Crush Soda
Last Empire World War Z
Instead of catching Pokemon, you should catch PokemobileÂ in the 1st two days! :) For more information, please visit Maxis Google Pay
64Kbps (64 kilobit per second) equals to 8 KiloByte(KB) per second.
It is slightly faster than ancient 56K dial-up modem we were using 15 years ago.
1 MegaByte(MB) is 1024KB. You will need to wait over 2 minutes to download 1MB using 64Kbps download speed. Your â€œslowâ€ 1M broadband connection at home is up to 16x faster than 64Kbps.
I would say #Hotlink basic Internet is GPRS connection, which is slower than EDGE (download speed around 400Kbps). 3G speed is up to 2â€“3Mbits.
Is 64Kbps usable today?
Old Internet users like us went through the days when 33.6K dial-up connection was considered fast, and 56K was lightning fast. Web page size last time were small, mainly plain HTML files with low resolution images.
Both Twitter and Facebook have mobile version of their website, which are smaller download size designed for mobile web browser.
In my test, Twitter mobile site (m.twitter.com) is over 100KB and it will take you over 15 seconds to load. Not too bad. On the other hand, Facebook mobile site (m.facebook.com) is over 600KB on first load. Using 64Kbps download speed, you will need to wait over 1 minute for it to complete loaded.
#Hotlink free internet prepaid plan is good to keep you connected to social networks and instant messenger. Allows your family and friends to contact you via online services while you have no access to WiFi. It is not suitable to download files and load image heavy website.
Thatâ€™s not a problem for some people. A few of my relatives use smartphone but do not subscribe to mobile data plan at all! They access Internet via the WiFi at home and office, or free WiFi at restaurants.