The Sony Xperia C3 is now available in Malaysia for a retail price of RM999 but if you do not wish to pay full price for this selfie smartphone from Sony, you can get it from as low as RM366 from U Mobile. If you qualify, U Mobile will even waive the upfront payment so you’ll only need to pay RM366 and you can walk away with the device.
The square screened BlackBerry Passport will be available in Malaysia starting from next month as a Celcom exclusive until the end of October. After this time, the unusually shaped smartphone will arrive on other telcos and appearing off contract in stores. Celcom will begin selling the phone on 10 October, for RM639 on contract.
Calling all Maxis subscribers, introduce your friend into Maxis and both of you will be entitled to some freebies from the telco. Get your friends to join maxis and while they get free internet, you will get free phone vouchers in return whereby you can use to buy a brand new device with or without a contract.
It look like the major telcos in Malaysia are not the only ones offering the Xiaomi Redmi Note in Malaysia. redONE, the first MVNO postpaid operator in Malaysia is also offering the phablet from the Chinese company at only RM240. The catch? A contract of course, but at a slightly more affordable price compared to the major players out there.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha has officially been launched here in Malaysia just last Friday with a retail price of RM1,899. If you do not wish to pay full price to get this first Galaxy device from Samsung to come in a metal frame, you can now purchase it from Maxis from as low as RM1,199.
After announcing its 3G and LTE expansion plan last week, it turns out that U Mobile is not going to just stop there. The company announced earlier today that it has planned yet another initiative that actually has a very ambitious objective: to obtain two million new customers by 31 December 2014.
Now that Maxis is offering the Xiaomi Redmi Note, along with Celcom and DiGi, let’s take a look at who’s got the better deal. All three telcos are offering the phablet from Xiaomi for a very low price – from RM0 for Maxis and DiGi and from RM38 for Celcom, but they all come with a 24 months contract so if you wish to sign up, you’d better pick the right package because you’ll need to use it for two whole years.
If you wish to get a Xiaomi Redmi Note but do not wish to wait for their weekly sales where you might or might not get one because there are a limited number of units, you can now purchase it from Maxis from as low as RM0. As usual, you’ll need to sign up for a contract under one of the telco’s new MaxisONE Plans.
Last week, Maxis introduced new MaxisONE Business postpaid plans catered at business users, and if you were wondering if you could sign up for phone bundles using these lines, of course you can. Like personal postpaid lines with Maxis, you can sign up for a contract and receive a brand new smartphone at a subsidised price.