• Opps, native video calls aren’t available on iOS (Facetime) and android devices on webe yet. But alternatively you can still use your never-ending data to make video calls using apps like WhatsApp, Facebook, Skype, Viber, Tango and or any other apps that supports video calling.Click here to learn more • Voicemail • Call Forwarding • Multi-party call • Enabling Private Number Display on your outgoing calls.
YES, you can disable the function from your Smartphone for Call Hold and Call Waiting; just toggle the applicable function in your phone setting. Please note however, that Missed Call Notification via SMS is not a function that can be disabled.
Currently, we do not support the following VAS functions ●Video Call ●Voicemail (we replace this to Missed Call SMS Notification alert) ●Call Forwarding ●Multi-party call ●Caller ID restriction i.e Enabling Private Number Display on your outgoing calls
As part of webe postpaid customer, we giving the following VAS totally FREE OF CHARGE. There is no need to activate the service as all the services is pre-activated upon you make the first call out. ●Call Hold ●Call Waiting ●Missed Call Notification
Your account comes with a pre-defined credit limit which is shared across all your line (services), the moment your account reach 80% credit limit utilization, we will notify you and upon credit limit reached (100% usage), we will further notify you. At this stage your service is suspended and to resume service you are required to make payment.
webe offerUNLIMITED voice callsto all domestic number subject to webe Fair Usage Policy. Kindly note that the following services is not covered under FREE Minutes voice calls: ●Video calls ●Calls to 1-300 / 1-700 / 1-600, / 121 / 1MOCC numbers ●02-Prefix numbers for border calls to Singapore ●080-Prefix number for border calls to Brunei ●Making & receiving calls and sending SMS while Roaming outside Malaysia ●Making international calls (IDD) and sending International SMS from Malaysia If there is unusual usage to your account, webe reserve the rights to interrupt, bar, suspend or restrict the service.