airBalticcard Mobile roaming in Malaysia

airBalticcard Mobile roaming in Malaysia
Incoming call
0.00 €/Min
Connection fee or other fees
0.00 €/Min
Calls worldwide starting from
0.41 €/Min
airBalticcard to airBalticcard from Malaysia
0.19 €/Min
SMS worldwide
0.06 €/SMS
Highspeed Mobile Internet per 1MB starting from
0.015 €/MB

mobile roaming in Malaysia
Do you know that you pay lot of money for roaming when you are traveling abroad and using the services of your local mobile operator? For mobile roaming in Malaysia we recommend you using the international SIM card AirBalticCard Mobile, because making and receiving calls from it is up to 90% less expensive comparing with your local mobile operator.
Roaming in Malaysia

Roaming operates the following way: when you are abroad, foreign operator automatically connects you to their system in order for you to be able to use roaming. Roaming gives you a possibility to make and receive calls outside of network coverage area of your mobile operator; additionally you can send SMS, MMS and use mobile Internet. But in order for you to be able to use roaming, your mobile operator needs to have roaming agreements with foreign mobile operators. As a rule roaming is more expensive comparing to local calls.

Network types – 2G (GSM)/3G

2G format

2G is mostly known as GSM, and it is a standard for most mobile phone models (CDMA format is an exception and is used in USA). Most phones support four frequencies: 850MHz, 900MH, 1800MHz, 1900MHz.

2G operators in Malaysia
• Maxis
• Celcom
• DiGi
• U Mobile
• P1
• Yes 4G
• Redtone
• Amax

3G format

There are several networks in Malaysia operating in 3G format. 3G format is usually marked as UMTS/HSDPA or WCDMA.

3G operators in Malaysia
• Maxis
• Celcom
• DiGi
• U Mobile
• P1
• Yes 4G
• Redtone
• Amax


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Malaysia
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Area: 329 758 sq.km
Population: 28 3100 000 ppl.
Language: Malaysian
Currency: Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)
Time zone: UTC+8
Phone code: +60

Malaysia is a country that is located in South Eastern part of Asia, it consists of two parts, which divide the South China Sea: West Malaysia, which is located in the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula and the adjacent islands. This part of Malaysia shares borders with the following countries: Thailand (North), Singapore (South), Indonesia along Malacca Strait. East Malaysia is located on the northern part of the island of Borneo and the adjacent islands, this part of Malaysia borders with the following countries: Brunei (North) Indonesia (South). According to the form of government Malaysia is federal constitutional monarchy, consisting of 13 States of the Federation and 3 federal territories. Nine states have the monarchy. Seven of them - are headed by sultans. In the monarchical states, the chief executive is the Prime Minister. Each ruler is a spiritual leader of their state.  The remaining four states are ruled by governors who are appointed by the central government.

Chief executive in each of these 4 states is the Prime Minister. Federal territories are controlled directly by the central government. Each five years, nine monarchs choose from among themselves the Supreme ruler and his deputy. Key responsibilities of government are vested in the parliament and the cabinet, which is headed by the federal prime minister. The Parliament of Malaysia is divided into two chambers: the lower - the House of Representatives and the upper - the Senate.

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