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Happy, the prepaid mobile plan that’s just nice. No fluff, just the things that you need at happy rates. If most of what you do is call and SMS, this is made with you in mind.

With Happy, you do not have to worry about who, where and how long you talk. Every Happy call you make is capped at RM0.99 no matter how long your call is. So be happy and talk as long as you need to.

What happens if the person you call does not have as much time you do? At Happy, we’ve thought about that too. Each call is charged at RM0.01 per second. This means that quick “Hi”s and “Bye”s won’t cost you much.

Can’t talk right now? You’ll be glad to know that with Happy, each SMS to your friends in any local operators costs only RM0.10.

AND, guess what? You also get 60 days validity with any reload. Now, that’s Happy long time.

Happy is designed to make you happy all of the time.
– So what’s the big Happy deal? Maximum RM0.99 per call
– Only RM0.01 per second up to 99 seconds
– Only RM0.10 per SMS to anyone
– 60 days validity with any reload

The Happy deal works for calls and SMS to all local numbers, all the time. And the best part is: there are no hidden charges.

Get Happy
It’s easy to be Happy. We have a variety of ways on how you can get a Happy Starter Pack. Each is designed to suit your convenience:-
Go ahead, use our 24 hour website to place an order for your Happy Starter Pack. Purchase now and it’s delivered for free. Click here to order.

Happy will be visiting your neighbourhood Giant Hypermarket soon and you can pick one up from one of our Happy crew. Click here to see when they are near you.

Call 014-3456789 and talk to one of our Happy Team to order a Happy Starter Pack anytime, 24/7. Purchase now and it’s delivered for free.

Being Happy
Here’s how you can reload your Happy talktime with us:-
You can reload on our website using your credit card or deduct directly from your bank account. You can also set up an automatic reload option so that you can continue to enjoy your Happy plan without any hassle.

Happy reloads are permanently available widely in Hypermarkets, petrol stations, pharmacies and other merchants. Click here to see the complete list

Take Away:
Our Happy Team are ready to take your reload orders at 014-3456789. Just call us anytime of the day and we’ll top up your Happy talktime.

If you’re searching for happiness, look no further. You’ve come to the right place, where there are lots and lots of it waiting for you!

Come on in and see what we have in store to bring a smile to your face and make you laugh till your funny bones ache with glee. We’d like to think of it as seeing the brighter side of life… 😉

Happiness ain’t elusive if you know where to look for it!

Be Happy today, it’s easy and convenient!
For a limited time, get a Happy Starter SIM pack on-line with RM 20 talktime and we’ll deliver it over to you, anywhere in Malaysia, for FREE.


Calling rate:

rm 0.01/second
above 99second, flat rate rm 0.99 up to 45 minutes
after 45 minutes, the line will be cut off.. not enuff and still wanna call again?? start again…
if u call 10 second, pay 10 cent
if u call 60 second, pay 60 cent
if u call 99 second, pay 99 cent
if u call 120 second, pay 99 cent
if u call 1000 second, pay 99 cent
up to 2700 second, pay 99 cent only wor
then line cut off… haha call again ler..

Good News! Calling rates applicable to any network…
**call to digi or maxis or celcom or fixed line!! So it’s the best among all other network. be Happy



Author: Saimatkong

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Traveling makes us a better human being as we recognise the similarities and celebrate the differences of cultures between where we travel to and where we come from. “The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”

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  1. Is this a plan from Digi/Maxis/Celcom?? If it comes from neither of them, then..?? Digi/Maxis/Celcom earn what??

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  2. hey, yes, it’s from Digi, but different branding.
    All have different strategy don’t worry.

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  3. You’re only half right to say Happy (014) network’s voice call rate is low.

    It is only cheap if the other party is as free as you are to talk for up to 45 mins? If you’re a working person, or someone other than a raging hormonal teen… talking for 30 mins on the phone will get you fired, divorced or failing in exams. 🙂

    People should realize that if you talk for 1 minute, the costs is 1 sen/sec x 60 = 60 sen.
    That’s 60sen a minute call.

    Isn’t that the MOST EXPENSIVE rate Malaysia mobile users have ever seen in like half a decade.

    You’ll have to speak for more than 7 minutes to make any savings at all as compared to other pre-paid mobile plans which charge 15-20sen a minute. Happy 014 may be capped at a maximum of 99sen, but even IF you talk for three minutes for 99sen, it’s still 33 sen a minute! More expensive than anything else in Malaysia.

    An example phone call:

    Mr A: *ring* *ring* hey mum.
    Mum: Oh hi, Mr A. When are you coming home for dinner?
    Mr A: Not tonight mum. I am having dinner with my colleagues.
    Mum: Ok. Then. No prob, we won’t wait up for you.
    Mr A: OH…. but mum! Don’t hang up. Let’s talk for 7 minutes! Or else it’s a very expensive phone call at 60 sens a minute.
    Mum: WHAT THE?! The vege is going to turn into chlorophyl plasma on the wok. You dumb child. I am hanging up now… @#$%

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  4. Khin Yee, yes what you said is very true. But most Happy users are using it as second line instead of main line. So it should not be a problem, Happy users are Happier to tell you that they are Happy using this Happy plan =)

    So for those who don’t like or not time to talk for long this plan is not suitable for you. That’s all I can say.

    Be Happy =)

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  5. Yes. It’s most suitable for tourists,users who receive plenty of incoming phone calls, people who need a second line (for whatever reason… like iPhone usage- alternative to Maxis).

    I plan to use Happy too for my iPhone… I have nothing against the network. But I think a lot of users out there are still quite misled by Happy’s services. I’ve met a few people who are excited about the 99sen phone calls without realizing the caveats in the plan.

    That’s why I commented here.

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  6. ooh okay. So happy user have to be aware of this to be happy. =)

    cheer and happy new year.

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  7. how i get to happy line.

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  8. hey, i read somewhere that u can reload happy using digi prepaid reload cards. Is this true? For someone who doesn’t have a credit card. this would really be more convenient.

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  9. I heard of tat too but I have no happy so I can’t try it out. Maybe your should get the RM5 and try it? no harm if can’t the just give it to ur friend who is using Digi prepaid =)

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  10. Hmm… if only it were available here (Sabah). Will it be available here soon?

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  11. hi brandon u talking about happy, it should be available in sabah. check out @ happy.com.my

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  12. ya we can reload using digi prepaid number… I’ve tried it and always topup using digi prepaid number since it’s very easy to have… i also have tried using my mom’s digi phone and share credits form digi… so,it’s just the same as Digi but with different plan… u can reload it using digi prepaid number and use their services…

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  13. happy.com.my made me UNHAPPY anymore since new tariff from happy.com.my revised yesterday 23/1/2009. all my friends happy.com.my users UNHAPPY with this new rates. Ultimatly SHOCKED with UNHAPPY face after made a call yesterday, about 20 mins and line cut off. i was soo surprise
    when i noticed my credits was over.wow i was charged about RM 5.20 cent for 20 mins call. happy.com.my made my life UNHAPPY anymore.

    LETS BOYCOTT happy.com.my until switch back to OLD plan

    from UNHAPPY happy.com.my customer

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  14. i was so happy customer b4, i can talk 45mins longgggg with whole family, relatives,friends, “girlfriends” and so on for 0.99cents, anytime day or night and nationwide within malaysia.. till my ear piece gets HOT and “what else” to talk..
    but now no more happylife with happy.com.my
    no more beautiful of happy.com.my
    sorry to say, i have to say to happy.com.my BYE BYE BEAUTIFUL

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  15. i agree with eddyalexander, i also a happy customer,we should boycott happy…..spread this boycott campaign to any other people using happy….or we should gather the petition from the happy customer then we send to happy.com.my

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  16. definitely i agree with Pet, lets gather petition and spreads the words to our UNHAPPY friends

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  18. Dengarnya happy buat tarif baru sebab ada abuse daripada warga asing yang menggunakan happy untuk call balik negara mereka dengan tarif .99 untuk 45 minit. Disebabkan mengalami kerugian dan menghentikan masalah ini, happy buat tarif baru n mengekalkan .99 untuk happy ke happy siang sahaja sebab malam biasanya warga asing ni buat hal macam tu. mengapa tidak diletakkan tarif tu samapi juga sekurang2nya untuk happy ke happy? Rasanya tidak ada pengguna luar negara guna happy tak. rm1 untuk 15 minit tu tak bestnya. sedih sgt ni

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  19. Haiz,i heard from the seller of happy before,i got a pretty happy number, i think i would change it to Digi number by pressing *128#,
    really really sad ,the plan becoming bulls ,ONLY happy to happy cost 0.99cents per <45minutes call,i just called the help line for 19seconds,it cost me RM2 oh god!!!
    what the ?

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