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U Mobile to offer the iPhone 6s with U MicroCredit installment plan

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If you’re planning to get the iPhone 6s on contract, you now have a fourth telco option in Malaysia. U Mobile which started to offer the iPhone 6 not too long ago has commenced its registration of interest for the latest iPhone duo.

Both iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be offered in either 16GB, 64GB and 128GB storage options with a choice of 4 colours including the new Rose Gold. In the registration form, you would need to select your preferred pick up point which is available in the Klang Valley, Johor Bahru, Kota Bahru, Melaka, Seremban, Kuantan, Penang, Ipoh, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching. The official release for the iPhone 6s in Malaysia is on the 16th October and we can only assume that you could collect by then. Take note that by filling up the form, you’re not actually reserving a unit but you would be among the first to know when the device is available for purchase from U Mobile.

For those without a credit card, U Mobile is still offering its MicroCredit financing plan which currently lets you own the iPhone 6 from as low as RM98/month. This gives buyers the flexibility of owning the device without upfront payments and you can pay according to your preferred duration. However do note that MicroCredit does attract some interest which is charged anywhere between 0.84% to 1.20% depending on your financial rating.

Want to get the iPhone 6s from U Mobile? You can register your interest for more updates.

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Alexander Wong