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The Malay Mail Digital Revolution #malaymailgr8deals

The Malay Mail and its three other partners in the Media Alliance are creating a digital revolution with the launch of two spectacular subscription packages for Malaysians. With two international brands, Huawei and Samsung as device partners, the tablets that readers get in the subscription package with the Malay Mail come loaded with 15 apps, including four ePapers – Malay Mail, Sinar Harian, Oriental Daily News and  Makkal Osai - and a host of community, sports, contest and entertainment apps.


Also, get discounts, alerts, enjoy bookings to your favourite restaurants, and even play a game or two. One can choose either or both packages in this new subscription drive by the Malay Mail.



What is the BIG deal in this offer?
In the Huawei package, for an investment of RM288 for a one-year subscription of the Malay Mail, you get returns to the value of more than RM1, 700.  This one-year subscription comes with a HUAWEI MEDIAPAD 7 YOUTH phablet.


For a budget of RM538, you get a SAMSUNG GALAX…

Malaysian Belle by STOWA - Limited Edition of 33 pieces for Malaysia

Now for some watch related news for the watch enthusiasts. For the first time ever, Stowa has decided to partner with Red Army Watches (RAW) Malaysia to launch a special edition available only from the local watch retail maverick. Only 33 pieces of this edition are available and each of the 33 watches will be customised with a serial number and an engraved name of the owner on the buckle.


The unique rendition of the Stowa Flieger watch made exclusively for the Malaysia market is inspired by the traditional Kebaya and its form fitting hint of smouldering sexiness that harkens back to the idyllic villages of yesteryear. Nothing will get you on the upswing faster than donning a tribute to the past.
Malaysian Belle, a centre figure in the artwork, is our own interpretation of pin-up girls, done in Kebaya style. Popular in the beginning of 20th century, pin-up girls were not only used in the consumer product advertisements and the entertainment industry, but also on the aeroplanes all acro…