Update: U Mobile’s registration of interest page for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus is now live too. Details available after the break.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be launched here in Malaysia on 16 October 2015. Like previous years, the devices should be available in authorised Apple resellers, as well as from the major telcos, and for those who are interested in a telco subsidy, Celcom’s preorder will start a week early, while Digi has already opened up its registration of interest page for both devices.
MyCyberSale has just started, and it looks like Digi has got some pretty interesting offers up its sleeves. The telco is offering the Alcatel Pop 2 for only RM99 with a contract-free Digi Smart Prepaid bundle, Lenovo A6000 for RM259 with Digi SmartPlan 50 for only RM40 a month, or a free Huawei E303 Dongle for free with Digi Broadband subscription.
Update: If you do not wish to sign up for Zerolution, the prices for the regular 24 months contract under MaxisONE postpaid plans are out. Details available after the break.
As expected, Maxis has finally unveiled its OnePlus 2 Zerolution bundle, offering the device at RM104/month, RM1 more than the plans we saw earlier this month. Those who have received their invitation code will be able to purchase the OnePlus 2 from Maxis’ Online Store starting from 22 September 2015.
Update: In case you were wondering, yup, the free high speed internet from 1am to 7am everyday is unlimited!
Who can say no to free internet, Xpax is now offering free high speed internet everyday from 1am to 7am for its Xpax Magic SIM subscribers. This offer is valid for all who sign up for the telco’s monthly or weekly internet plans.
Just like its name, Wi-Fi Calling is a feature that enables users to make calls and send SMS through their Wi-Fi network in situations where their usual cellular connection is not reachable. This particular feature might make its way to Malaysia soon as Sebastian Barros, the Vice President of Solutions for Ericsson Malaysia and Sri Lanka has revealed that a Malaysian telco is already testing Wi-Fi Calling with the company.
Apple may have increased the price of the iPhone 6 following the announcement of the new iPhone 6s/iPhone 6s Plus (and removed the gold option as well), but for those of you who would like to purchase the devices at old price, you may do so with Digi and enjoy an extra discount of RM150.