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PIXELS: Apps unlimited


CELCOM Axiata Berhad and Canadian mobile apps pioneer Mobiroo Inc. are offering customers an unlimited apps subscription for a low, flat monthly fee.

The service, named Mobiroo, currently gives subscribers unlimited access to more than 750 top Android apps from all categories including games, health and fitness, music, productivity, utilities, books, business and more.

Available via Apps Cube on The Cube - Celcom’s multimedia channel - Mobiroo offers popular titles such as Fruit Ninja, Puss In Boots, Cogs, Color & Draw For Kids, HDR Camera+, Jump Desktop, Majesty Fantasy Kingdom Sim, Mini Motor Racing, n7player, Pool Break Pro, Quell Reflect, Riptide GP, Runtastic Pro, Train Conductor 2, Worms 2: Armageddon and XiiaLive Pro. In line with Ramadan, it also features apps such as Islamic Ringtones and Ramadan Achievements.

Details on Mobiroo or other offerings on Apps Cube at or via a mobile phone.

Intel-SME Bank partnership

INTEL Malaysia will be offering training programmes to SME Bank. Under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed recently, the progammes, Intel Learn Easy Steps and Intel Entrepreneurship Basics (E-Basics) will be conducted by the bank’s Centre of Entrepreneur Development and Research and are part of efforts to equip SME owners and young entrepreneurs with relevant ICT and entrepreneurial skills.

Ramadan videos on YouTube

YOUTUBE has launched a Ramadan Channel to enable access to relevant seasonal content this year. Presented and curated by Nestle, the channel allows Muslims to enjoy their favourite seasonal content and to discover new videos.

Local content creators and providers such as Animonsta Studios, Astro, Homegrown Productions, Trymasak and Suria Records have made available programmes which will be both useful and entertaining during Ramadan and Eid. The videos are now available at

Celcom Axiata chief digital services officer Afizulazha Abdullah (second from left) and Mobiroo vice president APAC Region Alan Wong (second from right) at the launch.

SME Bank managing director Datuk Mohd Radzif Mohd Yunus (second from left) exchanging the signed documents with Intel Southeast Asia Corporate Affairs director Abdul Rahman Abu Haniffa. Looking on (fourth from left) is Minister of Finance II Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah.

Google Malaysia’s country manager Sajith Sivanandan, Nestle Malaysia’s digital and relationship manager Jamy Ling and The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission chairman Datuk Mohamed Sharil Mohamed Tarmizi, launching the New Ramadan Channel on YouTube.

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