For all you super BlackBerry geeks out there, this is like porn.
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It looks like a pretty cool feature provided that it works as advertised.
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UPDATE: iPhone 4 plans from Celcom now official with 12 and 24 months pricing. Read more.
An anonymous tipster revealed what he/she claims to be the details for the Celcom iPhone 4 plans. Although we can’t confirm whether this is the real deal or not, we still thought that it’s worth sharing.
Thank you anonymous tipster, whoever you are.
We’ve gotten information that Celcom will be launching their iPhone 4 plans this Friday (April 22) and have started sending exclusive invites to presumably those who have registered their interest on Celcom’s official website.
From the invite we can also see that Celcom will be offering new, or more likely, revised plans for some of the current devices that the operator has to offer.
From the invite the following devices are on offer:
From left: BlackBerry Bold 9700, LG Optimus 2X, iPhone 4, an unidentified BlackBerry and a 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab.
The copy within the invite also suggests that Celcom will be showcasing a new technology — we wonder what that is.
In addition to the invitation an anonymous source have revealed what is claimed to be the finalised plans for the iPhone 4 with Celcom.
There are are a total of three plans to choose from starting from RM98 monthly to RM248 monthly.
In terms of the device, Celcom will be offering the iPhone 4 for as low as RM248 for the 16GB version and RM538 for the 32GB version. If you’re wondering, no, the white iPhone 4 won’t be making a debut this Friday.
All plans offer up to 6,000 minutes of free on-net talk time and up to 500 minutes of free off-net minutes on top of the bundled data which range from 2GB to 4GB per month. In addition, you get bundled SMS and MMS as well.
As with all Celcom contract plans, there will be up front payment required. This range from RM420 to RM1,200 depending on the plan that you subscriber to.
This plan is yet to be confirmed. More to come.
Full details of the iPhone 4 plans from Celcom here.
Thanks @linaminami for the tip!
Update: From The Malaysian Insider reports from Reuters one of its sources said that despite packing the same A5 1Ghz processor in the iPad 2, the new iPhone will look largely similar to the current iPhone 4. The sources have declined to be identified because the plans were not yet public.
Launched June 2010 (June 24 if you’re counting), the iPhone 4 is coming close to its replacement window because like clockwork, Apple will typically introduce a new version of its products on a yearly cycle.
In the built up to June, there has been numerous rumours and speculation as to what the new iPhone will be, what specs it will have and most interestingly, when will it be launched.
Although many of these rumours have been coming from well-heeled blogs and sites, we have never been compelled to pay much attention to them because as with all new Apple unreleased products, rumours are rife but facts are few and far between.
That is until now.
Reuters via Twitter have just broken the news saying that the next-generation iPhone (now very popularly referred to as the iPhone 5) will begin production in July or August and start shipping in September.
If there is a source that you can trust, one of them would definitely be Reuters.
So how does this fit in with the grand scheme of things? It looks like a June announcement of this new iPhone at WWDC 2011 fits in just nicely with what Reuters have revealed. An early announcement of the new iPhone by Apple could affect buyers who would wait to see what the market has to offer and choose the best device.
If the specs of the new iPhone is known early then some might just think, it is worth the wait and forgo from getting an alternative device.
To celebrate its first day of sale in the US RIM released a short but sweet one minute video highlighting some of the reviews that gave the PlayBook the thumbs up.
It’s a nice video and it tastefully showcases some of the innovations that BlackBerry brings into the tablet market like true multi-tasking and PC like web-browsing — both of which are things we really like with the PlayBook. In the video, RIM is not bashful with the the fact that you need a BlackBerry phone which is fine and dandy if you’re already a BlackBerry user but if you don’t have a BlackBerry phone, getting a PlayBook is something you would have take your time to consider.
With all the awesomeness that RIM has created with the PlayBook, we can’t help but wonder how much better it would be if email, contact, calendar, BBM and test messaging we’re native stand-alone clients on the device.