UPDATE: Samsung Galaxy Nexus is also offered on Celcom Biz plans at RM1,348 with 24 months contract of Celcom Biz P148 + SMS Pack. Also available on 24 months contract of Celcom Biz P48 + Business Broadband Basic + SMS Pack at RM1,438.
UPDATE 2: Celcom finally reveals official Galaxy Nexus bundled plans. Details are the same however there’s no mention of RM60 rebate.
The Galaxy Nexus will be officially launched in Malaysia with Celcom as one of the telco offering it on contract. From this latest update, the Galaxy Nexus is priced at RM2099 outright, placing it right in between the Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Note. On Celcom, the Galaxy Nexus can be yours from RM1368. Overall the bundle price are lower than the Galaxy Note except for the 18 months option on Celcom Exec 250 which is priced the same.
As usual you have the option of 3 consumer plans on 18 months and 24 months duration. Note that these plans are unconfirmed and the launch is slated for next Friday on 13th January 2012. In addition Celcom is said to offer promo subscription as well for the first 6 months which is RM60 extra savings.
Head after the break for a clearer view of Celcom’s consumer plan offering.
DiGi is expected to offer bundled plans as teased earlier on Twitter. Word has it that Maxis too might join the Galaxy Nexus bandwagon but this is yet to be confirmed as well.
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