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Apart from DiGi, Celcom wants you to know that you can get the latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on their network as well. They have just placed a prominent teaser on their website indicating that it is coming to Malaysia very soon.
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UPDATE: iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be officially available on 6th November.
Out of the blue, DiGi gotten the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus ball rolling by initiating its registration of interest. Both devices would be available in 3 colours – Gold, Silver and Space Grey with a choice of 16GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities.
With this sudden development, is Apple releasing it soon in Malaysia? After all, both iPhones have already passed the necessary SIRIM certification for quite some time now. Earlier on, Maxis has ignited anticipation with its #NextBigThing teaser but it cooled off when Apple announces its next wave of iPhone countries without any mention of Malaysia.
To register your interest, head over to DiGi’s iPhone 6/iPhone 6 Plus ROI page.
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Samsung has introduced a new affordable 4G LTE smart phone with the Galaxy Ace Style that’s priced at RM799. Seen as an enhanced version of the Galaxy Ace 4, the Galaxy Ace Style gets a slightly bigger 4.3″ (800×480) display and it is powered with a Quad-Core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor with 1GB of RAM.
There’s also 8GB of storage on-board that can be expanded with microSD while taking pictures are handled by its 5MP main camera and a front facing 1.3MP unit. The battery on the Galaxy Ace Style is slightly bigger in capacity than the Ace 4 at 1,900mAh. Out of the box, it runs on a current Android 4.4 KitKat
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has already arrived in Malaysia and it is available across its Samsung stores and dealers nationwide. Priced outright at RM2,499, is is quite a steep price to pay but you can consider subsidised contract offers from our local telcos such as Maxis, DiGi, Celcom and U Mobile. All 4 have various plans to suit different usage patterns at different price range.
If you’re already an existing subscriber of one of these plans, you might as well continue with them, provided that you’re satisfied with your current postpaid offering. Unlike last year’s Galaxy Note 3, the latest Galaxy Note 4 unfortunately is offered only with 24 months contract which might be too long for some.
So to answer the question which is the best plan to get the Galaxy Note 4, we’ve compared the contract plans from all 4 telcos along with its bundled data, voice and SMS and its total cost of ownership. Check them out after the break.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 officially goes on sale in Malaysia starting today. Among the four telcos, U Mobile wants to make it easier for you to switch to a brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Not only it offers 3 plans where you can get one from as low as RM1,099, they are also offering trade-ins making it possible to get one without forking extra money.
On top of that, they are also partnering with Citibank where you get to enjoy zero advance payment and an extra RM200 off from the Galaxy Note 4 bundled price.
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If you’re looking to get a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on contract with more choice, Celcom is bundling it with a total of 5 plans on its First One and Celcom First Postpaid Plans. The full bundled pricing on Celcom are as follows:
Celcom First One Plan 3GB (RM68/month) – RM1,838
Celcom First One Plan 5GB (RM88/month) – RM1,688
Celcom First Prime + 5GB (RM128/month) – RM1,488
Celcom First Premier + 5GB (RM168/month) – RM1,288
Celcom First Elite + 5GB (RM238/month) – RM988
During sign up, you would need to pay an upfront payment between RM400-RM1,200 depending on plan option. This upfront payment will be rebated back to your monthly bill across a period of 10 months. If you don’t want to pay cash upfront, Celcom is also offering easy payment plan via credit card with 0% interest.
With Samsung’s ongoing Roadshow promo, the first 100 to sign up with Celcom at Sunway Pyramid Blue Concourse area will get a free Gear Circle headset worth RM299.
For more information, visit Celcom’s Galaxy Note 4 bundle page.
DiGi too is offering the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on contract and as usual, it is tied with its DG Smart Plans.
The full bundled pricing are as follows:
DG SmartPlan 78 (3GB) – RM1,839
DG SmartPlan 108 (5GB) – RM1,369
DG SmartPlan 148 (6GB) – RM1,169
All 3 plans are tied with 24 months contract duration and during sign up, you would need to pay 1 month advance subscription fee as well as upfront payment ranging between RM360-RM1,000 depending on plan. For those who have been an active subscriber for the past 12 months, DiGi will be waiving the advance payment for you.
On DiGi’s online store, all 3 colours – Gold, White and Black are available but the Gold version will take an estimated 3 weeks to deliver. If you’re interested, head over to DiGi’s Galaxy Note 4 page.
Alternatively, you can visit the DiGi booth at the Galaxy Note 4 roadshow that’s happening now at Sunway Pyramid.
As teased yesterday, Maxis is offering the Galaxy Note 4 on contract with its MaxisOne postpaid plans. Retailing at RM2,499, the Galaxy Note 4 is offered at RM1,699 for its RM128/month MaxisOne Plan or RM1,899 with its lower commitment MaxisOne Plan Lite of RM78/month.
The contracts are tied with 24 months duration and during sign up, you would need to pay 4 months subscription fee as advance payment which comes out to RM512 (MaxisOne Plan) and RM312 (MaxisOne Plan lite) respectively.
By default, the MaxisOne Plan get 2GB of internet per month and if you plan to add on more data, you can get RM10 off for the next 24 months. Just recently they have introduced a new data bundle where you can top up 3GB for RM58.
On top of that, Maxis is giving out Samsung Gear Circle wireless headsets worth RM299 to the first 100 subscribers that sign up at their roadshow happening at Sunway Pyramid.
For more information, head over to Maxis Galaxy Note 4 page.
Xpax, the prepaid brand under Celcom today has introduced its new “Internet of Xpax” plan, which offers free calls, internet and games on a daily basis. On top of that, its normal voice calls rates are among the lowest from as low as 33 sen for 10 minutes while texting is charged at a block of 20 sen for 5 SMS
The freebies included within the plan are:
FREE Internet – FREE 10 minutes of Internet session up to 3 sessions daily.
FREE Games – FREE 10 games via *118#
FREE Calls – FREE first 10 seconds for all domestic calls within the same network
To activate the free internet, you would need to dial *118# and select “FREE Internet & Games” or you can active by sending IOXNET to 28882. You can activate a maximum of 3 sessions in a day and any subsequent use would be charged at 50sen/50kb, which is equivalent to a very pricey RM10 per MB. For the free games, the available game titles were not shared but you are entitled to get 10 of them daily by dialling *118# and select “Free Internet & Game”.
UPDATE: Maxis reveals its Galaxy Note 4 plans from RM1,699.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be on sale starting tomrorow and if you’re planing to get one with Maxis, it will be offered from RM1,699 with its MaxisOne Plan. Based on past offers, the RM1,699 bundle price is likely to be tied with 24 months contract of MaxisOne Plan of RM128/month. Outright, the Galaxy Note 4 is priced at RM2,499 for the Exynos N910C version that comes with 32GB of storage.
The Gear Circle wireless bluetooth headset (worth RM299) will be given out for free to the first 100 people that signs up with them at their roadshow. Samsung will be organising 5 Galaxy Note 4 roadshow events starting tomorrow and the Maxis booth will be present at Sunway Pyramid Blue Concourse Area beginning tomorrow 17th October until 19th October.
If you have registered your interest earlier, they will be offering additional early bird privileges.
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