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- Flexi Bundle
Build your own bundle
Flexi gives you best-in-class products at great value. You choose what works for you.
Choose from 250 Mbps, 500 Mbps or 1000 Mbps GigaPower. StellarWiFi covers your home with your own Adaptive WiFi™️ mesh for uninterrupted internet in every room.
Never miss a programme; 7 day Catch-up and cloud-based Record via your TV, NexTV app or browser.
Select unlimited local calls for best value or choose international minutes and shrink the miles.
Choose from best value post paid, pre paid, hybrid and data bundles. MelitaWiFi month after month.
Different strokes for different folks. Here’s some Flexi stories.
At our house it’s YouTube this and SnapChat that, at least this week.
The kids are glued to their phones, but I don’t want crazy mobile bills, so I got them both a budget control mobile with 2 GB data a month, and if they’re at the beach or il-Belt they use MelitaWiFi. 500 Mbps internet means we can all be online at the same time at home. As long as they have internet, peace reigns.
We want to keep in contact with all our friends and family.
We enjoy chatting on the phone, so we chose the fixed unlimited for our home phone and each got a SIM for our mobiles. We chose NexTV XL HD TV channels so we can see a lot of the programmes we enjoy, and if we miss one of our favourites we can catch up with it later, even if we forget to record it.
On a scale of 1-10 internet is about 11 for me.
I chose Flexi for the 500 Mbps internet, I couldn’t believe I could get it in my village - before I couldn’t even consider MMOGs. But the connection is good even when my brother is round, streaming a movie whilst I’m playing online. Beyond internet? Well, I keep an eye on the TV news and have the landline for my Nanna to call.
With twin toddlers, keeping the little ones entertained is essential.
With 250 Mbps they can watch cartoons on their iPads whilst I’m catching up with a colleague on Skype. We added NexTV L HD so when the kids are finally asleep, we get to enjoy TV together. We’ve both got family in Canada, so we added the international minutes, that way I don’t have to worry about the phone bills every month.