Most, if not all Malaysians with a smartphone today communicate via some form of messaging app; the most common one being WhatsApp. With so many Malaysians on WhatsApp today, we often come across users with interesting (or even annoying) personalities.
See if any of these types of Malaysians on WhatsApp sound familiar to you!
1. The Voice Noter
That one person who always replies with a voice note instead of a typed out message.
2. The Blue Ticker
That person who reads your messages but never replies and just leaves you with the infamous blue ticks. T_T
3. The Party Planner
Usually the one who starts (yet another) WhatsApp group to plan for parties, get-togethers or mamak sessions.
4. The Stalkers
The type of people on WhatsApp who are obsessed with our Last Seen – constantly asking questions like why we haven’t read or replied them when they sent us a message at 3PM and our Last Seen was 3:01PM.
5. The Uses-Too-Many-Emojis WhatsApper
That person who uses an emoji after every message. Their WhatsApp status is probably made of emojis too.
6. The Forwarder
That person (usually someone older) who forwards us or the group they’re in anything and everything they find interesting, like news about something that happened in Africa, or videos of talking animals.
They also commonly share skeptical news that always WARN us to be careful of some horrible crime that has happened!
7. The Spammer
Ask them one question and they’ll send you a reply in 10 separate messages, back to back. Padahal he/she could’ve just sent a simple “yes” or “no”.
8. The Friend With a Super Short Attention Span
The kind of people who cannot stick to one discussion for more than a minute and jumps topics every 10 seconds.
9. The Positive, Inspirational WhatsApper
The one who’s always sending positivity your way – inspirational quotes, images of motivational stuff, and the list goes on.
10. The Ninja
That friend who hides his or her last seen and status, and disables the blue ticks so you’ll never know when’s the last time he/she was online or if they’ve even read your message!
11. The Forever Online Friend
That person we can easily count on for a reply, and never leaves us hanging. This friend is also almost always glued to their phones.
Do any of these personalities remind you of someone? Maybe you’re guilty of doing some of the above? Well, regardless of what we’re like on WhatsApp–much like the Forever Online Friend–we can’t run from the fact that we Malaysians love our phones. Probably can’t go a day without it.
So if you’ve been thinking of getting a new phone to message your friends with, you can actually do so for as low as RM35 a month! And with NO upfront payment too!
Additionally, from now until 31st July, the EasyPhone plan is extended to all old AND new Celcom postpaid customers! After 31st July, new customers will have to be a Celcom customer for three months before they are eligible for the EasyPhone plan.
So if you’re in need of a new smartphone and don’t want to overspend this Raya, make sure you check out Celcom’s EasyPhone plan today!
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