Celcom offers HTC One from RM1,428

Posted:  May 10, 2013   By:    7 comments   


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The aluminium clad HTC One has finally landed on Celcom with bundle offering from as low as RM1,428. It comes with 12 months, 18 months and 24 months contract duration together with a choice of different commitment voice and data options. The model that they are offering is the 32GB version which retails at RM2,299.

Full bundled pricing as follows:

Celcom First Prime + 1GB/3GB (12 months) – RM1,888
Celcom First Prime + 1GB/3GB (18 months) – RM1,848
Celcom First Premier + 1GB/3GB (12 months) – RM1,848
Celcom First Premier + 1GB/3GB (18 months) – RM1,818
Celcom First Elite + 1GB/3GB (12 months) – RM1,728
Celcom First Elite + 1GB/3GB (18 months) – RM1,678

Celcom First Prime + 5GB (24 months) – RM1,428
Celcom First Premier + 5GB (24 months) – RM1,428
Celcom First Elite + 5GB (24 months) – RM1,428
Celcom First Data mPro Plus (24 months) – RM1,548

An upfront payment of RM250-450 is required for 12-18 months contract while 24 months contract requires RM700 upfront. The advance payment will be refunded back to your monthly bills.

For more information, head over to Celcom’s HTC One page.

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7 Comments for Celcom offers HTC One from RM1,428

sophomore

Maybe high time I migrate from Maxis to Celcom, what more with the arrival of HTC One in a package deal. Any pros and cons using Celcom compared to Maxis?

    awesomo

    I ported from Maxis postpaid to Celcom postpaid about half a year ago. My experience with Celcom is a 'meh'. First, the good news: Celcom call quality and call coverage, I found, is superior to Maxis. Maxis was completely unusable for me while I was working from a high rise in the heart of KL. I could not make or receive calls. Needless to say, 3G was also no-go. At least with Celcom, I was able to make calls. But like Maxis, the best I could get was EDGE.

    Now for the bad: Celcom 3G is slower and rather unreliable. Maxis seems to have better 3G coverage in terms of availability and bandwidth throughput. Celcom 3G is a complete mess. For example, Jusco in 1Utama is a Celcom deadzone with only GPRS/EDGE. There are many other 3G dead spots with Celcom as well. In fact, you'll only get EDGE in most high rises. Celcom had a complete network meltdown (call and data) a few weeks back. Totally unacceptable.

    Verdict: They both suck donkey balls equally hard – it's a choice between the devil and the deep blue sea. Don't get me started on Digi.

John Doe

hi soyacincau,
i checked celcom website for the htc one already n on the website,it stated there the microSD up to 64gb. as far as i can remember, HTC One doesnt have expendable memory.
so i just curious and correct me if im wrong , is celcom gonna provide the 32gb n 64gb version of HTC One or we get the HTC One with external memory (which im pretty sure theres no such thing)

thanks.

    LoL

    LOLX, dear John Doe. You just got trolled by Celcom.

    soyacincau

    Only 32GB is being offered by Celcom and the HTC One does not come with expandable micro SD memory slot.

Ariff

Checked with celcom but the device still not in yet..and yes, agreed on the expandable memory which i think htc one got no sd card slot..sigh~

mike

any idea when will clecom bring in the device?