Celcom Samsung Galaxy Note bundled pricing revealed

Posted:  November 10, 2011   By:    6 comments   


UPDATE: Celcom’s Samsung Galaxy Note plan detail is now live on their website.

The Samsung Galaxy Note will be on sale in Malaysia tomorrow with telco tie up on Celcom and DiGi. Sold at RM2,299 outright, those that want it cheaper would normally opt for a postpaid contract.

Finally Celcom’s bundling plans have been revealed and it is offered as low as RM1,368 with 18 months contract of Celcom Exec 250. There’s a shorter 12 month period and other lower commitment postpaid options as well. If you don’t intend to stay on contract for long, the Galaxy Note can be yours for RM1,818 on 12 months contact of Celcom Exec 50 with 1GB of data.

Looking at the highest plan option, Celcom is subsidising as much as RM931 for the device. This is RM30 more than their Samsung Galaxy S II bundling plan where they subsidised RM901.

Remember, the event is happening at Pavilion KL, Jusco Aeon Tebrau JB and Queensbay Mall Penang from 10AM onwards tomorrow.

So next question is how much is DiGi offering it? For the Samsung Galaxy S II, DiGi offered a RM700 subsidy. If it is the same for the Note, we could expect RM1,599 for 24 months contract on DG Smart Plan.

For those that want to get it outright, Samsung Facebook page has posted a list of participating Elite Partners that will carry the device.

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6 Comments for Celcom Samsung Galaxy Note bundled pricing revealed

Lee Nai Kong

Any Biz plan bundle?

ixphilips

Hope Digi will give out more attractive packages

mambang

why so expensive?

@rose_zha

they just play around with the figure.

Samsung Galaxy Note

I think DIGI offer better price packages.

alex

Celcom Marketing has failed to respond to Digi's agressive marketing plan.