Just recently Samsung Malaysia had introduced larger storage capacities of its current flagship offering – Galaxy S7 edge Black Pearl 128GB and the Galaxy Note5 64GB. If you’re looking to get one on contract, both devices are now available with Celcom FIRST postpaid plans.
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The iPhone SE is probably the best compact smartphone you can buy. It gets a top end processor and a 4K-capable 12MP camera in a smaller package. Just because it is smaller in size, doesn’t mean you have to skimp on data.
Now is probably the best time to get an iPhone SE as Celcom is offering it from as low as RM288 with the biggest postpaid plans in town.
The Huawei Mate 9 is now also available on Celcom and you can pick one up from as low as RM1,199. This is tied to a 24-month contract on their FIRST Postpaid plans.
To kick off the holiday season, Celcom is having a Blue Cube weekend promotion where you can get smartphones for free or enjoy discounts up to 80% with prices starting from RM288. This is starting tomorrow, Friday, 25th November until Sunday, 27th November 2016.
The best postpaid plans in town just got even better and bigger. If the typical big data plans aren’t enough, Celcom FIRST now gives you even more for less.
Celcom has once again revamped its FIRST Postpaid plans following Digi’s recent new postpaid refresh. Not only they are offering more mobile data but they are also giving you the option to combine both allday and weekend quota for greater freedom.
If you’re looking for another option to get the Huawei P9/P9 Plus on contract, both are now available via Celcom FIRST postpaid plans. The Huawei P9 which retails at RM2,099 can be yours for free while the larger Huawei P9 Plus priced at RM2,599 can be yours from RM399.
Celcom has yet again extended its FIRST Postpaid plans which was supposed to end on 30 June 2016. The subscription fees from RM45/month remain unchanged but there’s some changes with its bundled SMS and data offering.
Ahead of iPhone SE‘s official Malaysian release this Friday, Celcom has finally revealed its contract plans. It is available on FIRST Blue, FIRST Gold or FIRST Platinum, and you can own the iPhone SE from as low as RM578.
Customers are really getting spoilt for choice when it comes to postpaid plans. After Celcom and Digi announced their latest offering, Maxis went out to boost their current MaxisONE Plans with even more data.
On top of that, they have also upgraded their MaxisONE Share supplementary lines with a new DataPool feature. Similar to U Mobile’s Hero Postpaid Plus, DataPool lets you combine your overall data and you can share it across your supplementary accounts.
So which postpaid plan is the best for your household? Read on to find out.
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