The highly anticipated iPhone X is finally available for pre-order today and it will be released officially in Malaysia on 24 November 2017. As usual, we have the big 4 telcos offering the latest iPhone on contract. Since the iPhone X would cost you at least RM5,149 for the base model, it is probably better to get it on a contract to enjoy substantial subsidies.
Question is, which Malaysian telco has the best plan for you? We hope to answer that with our telco comparison.
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In anticipation of the upcoming holiday season and to reward their loyal fans, honor Malaysia’s kicking off their Christmas promo.
UPDATE: Looks like Celcom has removed the “Without plan” option for the iPhone X. You’ll need to get the phone with a contract in order to enjoy the RM100 discount.
Want the iPhone X but don’t like contracts? It looks like Celcom is offering the iPhone X without a contract plan and on top of that, you also get to enjoy an additional RM100 off.
The iPhone X is now available for pre-order in Malaysia and Maxis is offering the device from as low as RM3,075 with its MaxisONE Postpaid Plan. As usual, there are 3 options that are tied with a 24-month contract.
OnePlus‘ decision to launch the T phones was a peculiar one but one I think many were glad they did. It gave the company a chance to address some of the shortcomings of their first flagship earlier in the year and who doesn’t like it when companies fix their mistakes? The 3T, for example, famously added 400 mAh of much-needed battery capacity and improved one of the 3‘s biggest weaknesses.
This year, the company is releasing the OnePlus 5T. The question is: What are they fixing this time?
Team orange is also offering the latest iPhone X in Malaysia. Similar to the iPhone 8, U Mobile has only two postpaid options that are tied with a 24-month contract duration.
In a world where the device you keep with you all day is devoid of a 3.5mm headphone jack, wireless headphones suddenly become far more attractive than they have been in the past — at least, for me. I’m currently living the dongle life, and let me tell you, it’s awful. Those nasty things are fragile, tiny and infuriating to use on a daily basis.
Bluetooth, then, looks like the most viable alternative. But when you buy Bluetooth headphones, you don’t just want plain old Bluetooth headphones. At least, not when you have the option to pick one up with state-of-the-art noise cancellation technology.
That, young grasshopper, is where Sony‘s stunning lineup of 1000X headphones come in.
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