Maxis has introduced 2 new plans for those looking for low monthly commitment – TalkMore 28 and TextMore 28. Just as the suggests, for RM28/month, you can have a choice of either 200 minutes of talk and 100 SMS per month with TalkMore 28, or have 100 minutes of talk and 200 SMS a month with TextMore 28. This gives a value of RM40 of usage for just RM28/month. Earlier on, Maxis has introduced its TalkMore 48 that offers 400 minutes of talk time and 200 SMS per month.
Excess calls and SMS usage for both TalkMore 28 and TextMore 28 are charged at 12 sen per min/SMS for made to Maxis and 15sen for to other networks. If your usage hits RM75 in that month, you get a lowered 6sen/min or per SMS within the Maxis network. Visit their TalkMore page for more details on the plan.
Apart from that, Maxis is also offering device bundling with the new TextMore 28 plan with low monthly commitment as low as RM56/month. Head after the break for the full details.
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DiGi now is offering the slim HTC One S and the entry level Desire C on contract with DiGi Smart Plan. The One S which retails for RM1,838 is going for as low as RM749 while the Desire C priced at RM749 is going for as low as RM0.
In terms of plans, there’s a choice of DG Smart Plan 48, 68, 88 and Smart Family for supplementary lines. In conjunction with DiGi’s Jualan Juara Internet, they are giving additional rebates up to RM10 off monthly subscription excluding the RM5/month savings for auto-billing. You can check out the Jualan Juara Internet details here.
Moving on the device bundling, both devices come with an option of 12 months and 24 months contract duration. At time of posting, the devices are not available through the DiGi Online store and you have to purchase it from their on ground outlets.
HTC One S bundled pricing as follows:
DG Smart Plan 48 (12 months) – RM1,299
DG Smart Plan 48 (24 months) – RM1,149
DG Smart Plan 68 (12 months) – RM1,199
DG Smart Plan 68 (24 months) – RM949
DG Smart Plan 88 (12 months) – RM1,099
DG Smart Plan 88 (24 months) – RM749
DG Smart Family (12 months) – RM1,699
DG Smart Family (24 months) – RM1,299
HTC Desire C bundled pricing as follows:
DG Smart Plan 48 (12 months) – RM549
DG Smart Plan 48 (24 months) – RM399
DG Smart Plan 68 (12 months) – RM449
DG Smart Plan 68 (24 months) – RM199
DG Smart Plan 88 (12 months) – RM399
DG Smart Plan 88 (24 months) – RM0
DG Smart Family (12 months) – RM699
DG Smart Family (24 months) – RM499
Maxis has added 2 more HTC devices into their bundling line up with the recently launched HTC One S and HTC Desire C. The slim 7.8mm One S which retails for RM1,838 is going for as low as RM799 with 24 months contract of 6GB bolt-on data plan on top of any postpaid plans of Value First and above. Meanwhile the entry level Desire C that’s priced RM738 outright is offered as low as RM99 with 24 months bolt-on of 3GB data plan.
As usual, you’ll get a choice of 3 contract durations of 12 months, 18 months and 24 months with flexible data bundling of 1GB & 3GB. The 6GB data bundling is offered for a limited time for the HTC One S until 22nd July.
For the HTC Desire C, there are more bundling options including Value Plus Internet plans that offer voice, sms and data in a single package that comes in RM50/month and RM80/month monthly commitment. To recap, the Value Plus Internet 50 comes with 250MB of Data, 100 minutes of calls and 100 SMS. The Value Plus Internet 80 comes with doubled the data and 3X the amount of included calls and SMS.
More information on the HTC One S & Desire C bundling over at Maxis Android page.
Apart from the HTC One S which is officially launched today at RM1,838, HTC has also made available other variants of the HTC Desire series – the entry level Desire C and the dual-sim capable Desire V.
The Desire C is priced at RM738 which comes with a 600MHz processor, 3.5″ HVGA display, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage and a 5MP camera. Meanwhile, the RM1,099 HTC Desire V which was already being offered by U Mobile from RM499 comes with a single core 1GHz processor, a large 4.0″ WVGA display, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage and 5MP camera. Both are running on the current Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
Below is the list of HTC Smart Phone pricing from IMCC.
HTC One X – RM2,099
HTC One X + Solo – RM2,499
HTC One S – RM1,838
HTC Desire V – RM1,099
HTC One V – RM999
HTC Desire C – RM738
HTC Sensation XE – RM1,699
HTC Sensation XE (without beats headset) – RM1,449
HTC Explorer – RM529
HTC’s new entry level Desire C is finally revealed. Appearing like a baby HTC One X, the Desire C is HTC’s entry level Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich device which comes with its HTC Sense 4.0 UI.
As revealed earlier, the Desire C runs on a lower spec 600MHz processor, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage. Good thing is that you’re able to expand storage via microSD. It has a 3.5″ HVGA display and comes with 5MP camera at the back. Selective models according to region will come with NFC support. Overall it is 11.95mm thick and weighs only 98 grams with its 1230mAh battery.
Just like its bigger HTC One X and HTC One V siblings, the Desire C also comes with 2 years 25GB subscription of Dropbox and with beats audio enhancement. So far no mentions on its local pricing and availability but if priced competitively, the Desire C would be the most affordable ice cream sandwich android device to hit the market.
For full product info, head over to HTC Desire C product page.
Head after the break for product videos and photos.
Now Vodafone Portugal has jumped the gun by publishing the full details in their catalog. The new device is called the HTC Desire C with rather entry low specs that consists of a 3.5″ HVGA display pushing 480×320 pixels resolution, 600MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 5MP camera and 4GB of on board storage.
Despite its no frills underpinnings, the Desire C runs on the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It is interesting to note that the hardware specification is rather similar with the current HTC Wildfire S.
No details of pricing yet but it is rumoured to be less than 200 Euros which is below RM800.
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