DiGi now offers HTC Butterfly on DG Smart Plan

Posted:  February 5, 2013   By:    6 comments   


The HTC Butterfly has finally landed on DiGi where it can cost as low as RM1,399 after all savings considered. Usually you’ll get big discounts off the smart phone price with bundling plans but in this case it is a little bit different. The price of the HTC Butterfly is RM1,999 (RM300 off) on all DG SmartPlans (48,68 & 88) and the remainder of the subsidy goes into the monthly rebates that varies depending on plan and contract period.

The effective HTC Butterfly pricing after the monthly rebates below:

Smart Plan 48 (12 months) – RM1,999
Smart Plan 48 (24 months x RM5 rebate) – RM1,879
Smart Plan 68 (12 months x RM10 rebate) – RM1,879
Smart Plan 68 (24 months x RM15 rebate) – RM1,639
Smart Plan 88 (12 months x RM20 rebate) – RM1,759
Smart Plan 88 (24 months x RM25 rebate) – RM1,399

Smart Plan Family (12 months) – RM2,249
Smart Plan Family (24 months) – RM2,199

Currently it is only available at selected participating DiGi centres and it isn’t available for online order at the moment. For more information, head over to DiGi’s HTC Butterfly page.

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6 Comments for DiGi now offers HTC Butterfly on DG Smart Plan

You Qi

read the full spec in DiGi Page: http://www.digi.com.my/PhonesDevices/HTC_Butterfl…

it stated got NFC and LTE support! :S Confused


    NFC is near field communication. Example of this function is android beam where you tap two phones together to transfer files between them.
    LTE is long term evolution. it's the next generation for networks after 3G. It says the HTC Butterfly LTE is market dependent. Just FYI, Malaysia LTE Network is on Band 7, running at 2600MHz. So unless the Butterfly sold in Malaysia support band 7, then no LTE here.

      You Qi

      I know the definition well. thank you for your explanation.

      from what I thought the international/malaysian version(including those currently selling my maxis & celcom) did not come with NFC and LTE chips, unless I am wrong otherwise.


        hehe. sorry bro. i misunderstood you.

        in my opinion, we can safely assume that the NFC support is real because Digi mentioned it on their site. otherwise, that is like false advertising…

        as for the LTE, i don't think it runs on the bandwidth our telcos are using, which is the 2600MHz band. the only coming device that i am aware of running on this network is the xperia z. even the oppo find 5 (from china) is not running on this network…

Idderes Mh

I'm waiting for Xperia Z

Bibii Yean

how about HTC butterfly s ?