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.
Celcom has just unveiled its iPhone X plans to those who have registered their interest online. Just like their iPhone 8 offering, Celcom offers the iPhone X on both standard contract and on EasyPhone instalment plan.
The iPhone X pre-order will be available in Malaysia starting this Friday, 17 November and it will be released officially on 24 November 2017. If you want to be among the first in Malaysia to get iPhone X on the big day itself, Celcom is offering midnight deliveries for pre-order customers.
Xpax is making overseas connectivity even more affordable in ASEAN countries with its latest 1-day Basic Internet Pass. For only RM1/day, this pass enables you to enjoy social messaging for apps such as WeChat, WhatsApp, Line and Kakaotalk in 9 countries.
Xpax is giving you more value when you purchase data plans with Instagram Walla, free data for Instagram and the ability to bring any unused internet quota to the following month.
Mobile data on smartphones are crucial these days and telcos around the world are offering more data to keep up with rising demand. Over the years, the cost of data has come down significantly while telcos have continued with their expansion of their 4G coverage.
So which telco has the best network in the country? If you’re curious, OpenSignal has published its latest findings in its State of Mobile Networks: Malaysia report that’s dated October 2017.
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When Celcom introduced its new high-tier postpaid plans, they came with VideoWalla which offers extra data for all your video streaming needs. This was only available if you’re on a FIRST postpaid plan of RM128/month and above.
If you’re on FIRST Gold and FIRST Gold Plus, here’s some good news. Celcom is now offering 1 year of free Super VideoWalla up to 100GB for new and existing subscribers on FIRST Gold/Gold Plus.
There are fewer queues for the iPhone 8 worldwide compared to its previous launches. With so many convenient options including free delivery to your doorstep, what’s the point of standing in front of a store for hours just to pay the full retail price like anyone else?
If you’re in Malaysia and you love queues, you might want to head over to Celcom’s Blue Cube outlet in Sunway this Friday, 20 October 2017.
Overall, the iPhone 8 costs more than last year’s iPhone 7. The base model starts from RM3,649 and it comes with 64GB of storage. If you plan to buy it with substantial subsidies, getting it on contract is probably the best way to go. So which telco should you go for? We’ve compared all the iPhone 8 plans for your easy reference.
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