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Digi offers the Huawei Mate 40 Pro from RM98/month on instalment

The Huawei Mate 40 Pro has arrived in Malaysia and Digi is offering the new flagship device from as low as RM98/month on its postpaid plan. As usual, it’s offered on Digi’s PhoneFreedom 365 instalment program which allows you to get a new device with RM0 upfront payment if you’re eligible.

Huawei Mate 40 Pro Digi

To recap, the Mate 40 Pro with 5G support officially retails for RM4,299 and it comes with 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage. The device is only available in Mystic Silver.

To get the device on PhoneFreedom 365, you’ll need to sign up for a Digi Postpaid 120, 160 or 190 plan on a 24-month contract. The standard device bundle contract option is currently not available.

Digi Postpaid Plan for Mate 40 Pro

Below are the monthly device instalment amount excluding the postpaid subscription fee:

Digi Postpaid 120 – RM188/month
Digi Postpaid 160 – RM108/month
Digi Postpaid 190 – RM98/month

As part of their promo, customers can also enjoy double the data quota up to 200GB for the highest Postpaid 190 plan. On top of that, you can also get additional monthly rebate of RM15/month for Postpaid 120, RM20/month for Postpaid 160 and RM25/month for Postpaid 190. This is only applicable to the first 24-months of your contract tenure.

Take note that Digi PhoneFreedom 365 with its RM0 upfront payment offer is better suited for existing Digi customers with good payment history. If you’re new to Digi, you’ll have to fork out between RM2,940 to RM3,010 upfront during registration.

As part of Huawei Malaysia’s introductory offer, you can stand a chance to get a Huawei Sound X speaker worth RM1,299 for free if you’re among the first 1,000 buyers nationwide to redeem it via the Huawei Member Centre. Huawei is also offering a bunch of rewards, cashback and promos which include free subscription to Huawei Video and cloud storage.

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For more info, you can visit Digi’s online store.

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Alexander Wong