Digi offers the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 from as low as RM79/month on contract

Digi has finally revealed its device bundle offers for the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series. Similar to other on-going pre-order promo, they are offering free gifts that are worth up to RM1,159.

The pre-order promo is running from now until the 18th August 2019 and while stocks last. Both devices will come with a Protection Plus plan that provides 1-year extended protection and one-time screen protection. For the smaller 6.3″ Note 10, you can get a free Galaxy Buds worth RM499, while the larger 6.8″ Note 10+ is bundled with a free storage upgrade from 256GB to 512GB.

At the moment, Digi is offering both devices on its PhoneFreedom 365 program. This allows you to own the device on a 24-month instalment with zero upfront payment required for eligible customers.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 256GB

The Galaxy Note 10 can be yours from as low as RM79/month when you sign up with Digi’s Postpaid 190 plan that costs RM190/month. The plan comes with unlimited calls and 200GB of data each month.

If you’re looking for the lowest monthly commitment, the Note 10 can be yours for RM139/month on Digi Postpaid 80 (RM80/month) + GBoost (RM10/month). The base plan also comes with unlimited calls, 30GB of data and 100GB of YouTube each month.

If you look at the overall commitment cost (device + subscription), the difference between the options is about RM10-20 but we recommend getting a plan that suits your monthly data consumption.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 512GB

If you prefer the bigger Note 10+, it is offered from as low as RM99/month on Digi Postpaid 190 (RM190/month). There’s no Digi Postpaid 80 option for the Galaxy Note 10+, and the lowest plan option is Digi Postpaid 120 (RM120/month) which offers the device at RM149/month. In terms of overall cost, the difference is just RM10/month between each plan.

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If you’re interested, you can check out Digi’s Galaxy Note 10 pre-order page.

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Alexander Wong