The new imagine sim card on display at the pavilion during the opening of imagine pavillions at both the departure and arrival halls of Brunei International Airport. Image: Ridhwan Kamarulzaman

Imagine has officially joined the mobile telecommunication bandwagon with the introduction of its newest postpaid plan, which gives customers the freedom to create their own packages.

The telco’s latest offerings came in four basic packages. The cheapest base starts at $35 monthly and has 8GB of data, with ‘boosters’ that include text, talk-times and extra data available for separate purchases.

The most expensive base has 45GB and is priced at $105 per month. Customers can also opt for either contract (6 or 12 months) or non-contract options.

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At the same time, imagine will also be providing a ‘number porting’ service for free.

The new postpaid mobile plan which is dubbed the ‘Dream Mobile Postpaid’ will also leverage on the current 4G+ network.

Minister of Transport and Info-communications (MTIC), Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Awang Abdul Mutalib being assisted in exchanging his sim card to an imagine sim card by imagine CEO Suzanna Suharju and VP of Customer Experience Irshad Ahmad during the opening of imagine pavillions at both the departure and arrival halls of Brunei International Airport. Image: Ridhwan Kamarulzaman

Chief Executive Officer Suzzanawati Hj Suharju said the company’s newest offering was designed to cater to a diverse range of users including those that may spend heavily on data per day.

imagine CEO Suzanna Suharju delivering her remarks during the opening of imagine pavillions at both the departure and arrival halls of Brunei International Airport. Image: Ridhwan Kamarulzaman

All of these services can be subscribed to via imagine’s newly launched e-store at www.imagine.com.bn starting today. Customers may also opt for SIM card deliveries right to their doorsteps, which will be available from Monday to Saturday.

Along with the launch of its mobile postpaid plans, imagine also celebrated another milestone as it opened its 10th location inside the Brunei International Airport.

imagineers ready to serve customers during the opening of imagine pavillions at both the departure and arrival halls of Brunei International Airport. Image: Ridhwan Kamarulzaman

The new pavilion spanning from the Arrival Hall to the Departure Hall was launched was the Minister of Transport and Info-communications, Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Abdul Mutalib Pehin Orang Kaya Seri Setia Dato Paduka Hj Mohammad Yusof .

Similar to imagine’s other centres, the pavilion’s services at present include signups for broadband, postpaid mobile, voice services and prepaid WIFI cards that can be used through the telco’s nationwide internet network.

The new branch can also accommodate plan upgrades and bill payments as well as assisting customers with connecting their devices to the WIFI facility at the airport.

An imagineer serving a customer during the opening of imagine pavillions at both the departure and arrival halls of Brunei International Airport. Image: Ridhwan Kamarulzaman

Imagine will continue to engage its customers through all available platforms as part of the company’s customer-centric cultural-vision that emphasizes the customer’s needs.

Also present at the launch was the Deputy Minister of Finance and Economy and Chairman of Telekom Brunei Berhad Dato Seri Paduka Dr. Hj Abdul Manaf Hj Metussin.

The Bruneian | BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

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