The iPhone SE officially goes on sale tomorrow and the 4 big telcos will be offering the 4″ smartphone on contract. For Digi, the iPhone SE is bundled with their new postpaid plans and it is also available on installment from as low as RM70/month.
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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Digi apparently has a postpaid plan just for students, starting from RM38 a month.
Following Maxis’ move to upgrade their MaxisONE and SurfMore 50 plans with more quota, the competition continues to shake things up. Celcom has announced an even higher postpaid plan with larger quota while Digi has introduced a new plan (sort of) with more data for the weekends. Not to be left out, U Mobile has also extended its P70 Hero postpaid’s extra 8GB promo until the end of 2016.
So how do the new plans stack up? Read on for our full comparison.
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UPDATE: Celcom and Digi have introduced new plans with more data. Check out the latest postpaid comparison here.
Maxis has finally responded to the recent postpaid price war by upgrading all MaxisONE plans with up to 9GB of extra data. These new upgraded plans will be rolled out to all new and existing subscribers by the end of this month. While waiting for that to kick in, Maxis is giving 3GB extra data next week to all MaxisONE plan customers.
So how does Maxis’ postpaid offering compare against the rest? It’s time for another round of postpaid comparison.
Our Malaysian telcos are throwing more data for less these days. The latest move was from U Mobile where they are offering 15GB of data for RM70/month with unlimited calls.
Not to be left behind, Digi is now offering 8GB of data for only RM10. That’s only RM1.25 per GB for all your intensive data needs.
A week ago, Maxis had quietly released a MaxisONE Plan that offers 5GB of data with unlimited calls and SMS for RM68/month. Many had gotten riled up as the plan was offered exclusively to those in Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan.
According to MDroid, Digi has just rolled out a similar plan which competes directly with Maxis. The folks on the east side are really getting spoilt for choice now.
Don’t want to miss out on the immersive Gear VR action? As Digi starts selling the Galaxy S7 edge today, the yellow telco is also offering a special bundle deal for the Gear VR headset. If you sign up on their highest Digi Postpaid 238, you could take one home for free.
The Galaxy S7 edge is priced officially at RM3,099 and Digi is offering it from as low as RM1,449 on its latest Postpaid plans that offer more data plus internet rollover.
The postpaid space is heating up lately with greater deals and promotions. Following its time limited SmartPlan 75 promo, Digi has announced its new postpaid plan that’s now simply called Digi postpaid.
You still get the choice between more internet or more calls and text, but they have enhanced their plans with more internet up to 20GB per month. On top of that, they have also introduced internet rollover, which allows you to carry forward unused internet quota to the following month.