Celcom reveals Galaxy S III plan from RM1,398

Posted:  May 28, 2012   By:    43 comments   

This post is sponsored by Celcom, Malaysia’s widest network. Frost & Sullivan’s Mobile Broadband Provider for 2 years in a row.

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With the full availability of Samsung Galaxy S III drawing near, Celcom has finally revealed its bundled pricing for Samsung’s flagship smart phone. The Galaxy S III can be yours this Thursday from RM1,398. The outright price is RM2,199 for the 16GB version.

On Celcom, it is offered with a shorter choice of 12 months and 18 months contract with Celcom Exec 50 with 1GB data, 3GB data and Celcom Exec 250 which comes with 5GB of data. As comparison, DiGi is offering only 24 months contract duration, which isn’t ideal for those that don’t want to be tied for long duration. More details of Celcom Galaxy S III plan here.

In conjunction wit the launch of the Galaxy, Celcom will be organising roadshows offering some interesting deals from May 31 to June 3 and promos at the following locations:

  • South Court Mid Valley Megamall, KL
  • North Court AEON Station 18, Ipoh
  • Centre Court and Sutera Mall, Johor Bahru

Thanks to @tcmean1 for the heads up!

Earlier this morning, @baliriot has alerted that Celcom is doing another special launch promo where the Galaxy S III can be yours for only RM888. The condition is that you’ll need to wear blue at their roadshow event to be entitled. It is also likely to be tied with a contract as well.

Head after the break for the print ad on the RM888 promo.

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43 Comments for Celcom reveals Galaxy S III plan from RM1,398


RM888 sounds interesting… but most likely it will be on Exec 250!! Die la… RM250 commitment per month. Pengsan..


i dont want a contract plan…..i prefer fully buy it and pay all the upfront….


i really need some advice. i plan to buy sgs3 this thursday & it will be my first ever smartphone. i have problem in deciding which network is the best for money. Digi offer the device for Rm1149 (24 month contract, rm68 monthly & 3gb) while celcom offer the device for Rm1678 (18 month contract, rm108 monthly & 3gb). This shows digi offer the best in term of pricing. but some of my friends said digi's network is not as good as celcom. I'm confused right now & desperately need some pros advice. tqvm.

Muhd Ikram Lim

Salam.. Samsung galaxy note sudah boleh update to 4.0


Maxis plan on the way soon. http://goo.gl/KrNOI


ermm….why september 2012? am i missing something here?


guys nak tanya mana lagi bagus beli pakai plan ke atau beli fon tu without plans


Morning guys, i got one more q. let say if i choose the celcom 1gb plan, is it possible to upgrade it to the 3gb plan in the future (before the 18 month contract ends) if i find the 1gb plan not sufficient for me? thanx for ur help in advance.


How about the RM888 things??? the advertisement shown that got chance to get it??? and I already register wit celcom online already.Means I have to go early to line up??? But the fair like 3 to 4 days right???


so mr cincau…r u going to wear stricking BLUE during celcom launching on 31 May till 3 June at Mid Valley, AEON Station 18 Ipoh and Sutera Mall JB….if yes then good luck to you!!!!


btw, ICS rollout for Samsung note in malaysia is out!


Is the DIGI package good enough? but one have to sign contract for 2 years & there's so much complaints on Digi coverage itself

In rgds to Celcom, RM888 for S3 is on a random basis , even though you show up in blue on the launching day @ Mid Valley tmrw. Yet, no further details is available as of now.

Is there anything from UMobile & Maxis yet?


is it also available in retail outlet tomorrow?….i would prefer using prepaid instead of the telco plan….


kalau tunggu next year agak2 harga die turun x..??


I need info on celcom launch promo. Wearing blue will get u 888, but forr which package? What is the upfront payment?


Is best dont get fool by celcom, this morning I went to the celcom roadshow . My 1st thought definitely have to buy their data plan, then suddenly I saw a spinning wheel which split 4 different categories just like the article says. Therefore have to spin the wheel see how lucky are u wether able to get 888 or unfortunate ones ,besides than that I seriously damn piss at the celcom manager lack of coordination and did not communicate between non register and register on9 user, seriously why in the news and media did not mention anything about spinning wheel I have wasted over there for nearly 5 hours for that bloodie spinning wheel. I am very huge disappoint of the promo and celcom team did not explain about the data plan. Despite the queue is becoming a huge massive mess which the celcom management did not instruct them properly, is narrow and stuffy. 888 is nothing especially for those who dont desire to apply the data plan, better not to waste your time just go and buy from samsung authorized instead.


Unless if lucky ones who spin fortunate of wheel then u may be luck to get 888 otherwise u have to buy their data plan package.


Guys, what ever the plan you have in mine please note that we still are at the bottom 5 in internet speed world wide. That's why we are in dire strait thinking which provider we should choose to get better speed and connection.
Average Malaysian pays 10% of their salary just to have excess to communication and internet services.
Internet services is parts of our daily life nowadays and with advertisment and sponsor using the internet I wonder why our service provider need to still charge us.
Advertiser pay the internet service provider to reach people like us .. so why are they making us pay for their internet service. Shouldn't it be free? Think about it.


how much do we need to pay to buy for galaxy 3 via celcom contract?i'm not sure how the contract works??