Want to get the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in Malaysia? DiGi has just sent us an email saying that both devices will be coming to Malaysia on 7 November 2014, and of course, the telco will be offering it with their phone bundles. The telco has already opened its registration of interest page so, you know what to do. According to DiGi, the preorder for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus from DiGi will begin on Friday, 31 October 2014.
Celcom has also started teasing the iPhone 6 on its main page, saying that both devices are coming soon.
Maxis still hasn’t updated its teaser yet, but I guess it shouldn’t be too long till the telco takes the curtains off the teaser. Maxis has just announced that they will be offering the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus too. Are you excited yet?
Now that all big four telcos in Malaysia have unveiled their Samsung Galaxy Note 4 pricing, let’s take a look at what all of them have got to offer. Maxis is offering the device from as low as RM1,699, Celcom from RM988, DiGi from RM1,169 and U Mobile from RM1,099, but there are a lot more to the bundles than the final price of the device.
DiGi was the first telco in Malaysia to start its Samsung Galaxy Note 4 teaser and registration of interest and if you’ve been waiting to see what the telco’s got to offer, here it is. DiGi is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 from as low as RM1,169 when you sign up for a contract with the telco.
With the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus around the corner (we hope soon, really soon), here comes something fans of the iPhone 5s are waiting for – price drop from telcos. Last week, Maxis revised their iPhone 5s pricing and now, it’s DiGi’s turn and they are offering the iPhone 5s from as low as RM0 when you sign up for a contract with the telco.
The Huawei Honor 6 will be launched in Malaysia on 16 October 2014 for RM999 but who says you need to pay full price to own the device? DiGi has just opened up a preorder for the Honor 6, allowing you to own the smartphone from as low as RM159 when you sign up for a contract with the telco.
It looks like one of the most anticipated smartphone is finally heading to our shores, DiGi has just opened up a registration of interest page for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4. If you’re interested to get the next phablet, fill in your details at DiGi’s Galaxy Note 4 ROI page and they will notify you when it arrives.
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.
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.
Always wanted to try out DiGi’s network on your mobile phone but are afraid that the coverage might not be up to your expectation? DiGi recently opened up a trial program that allows you to sign up for its DG SmartPlan 50 or DG SmartPlan 78 and if you’re not happy with what they’re offering you, you can get a full refund. The catch?
If you’ve always wanted to get your hands on Xiaomi Redmi Note, then look no further because Celcom and DiGi are now offering the phablet when you sign up for a contract with the telcos. Retailing at RM509, Celcom is offering the device from as low as RM38 while DiGi is offering it from as low as RM0.
[Update 21/8/2014]: Since that quite a lot has changed over the past few months since posting this article, here’s an update to reflect all those changes. Maxis has removed most of its older postpaid plans and replaced them with an all new MaxisONE Plans that gives “limitless” calls and SMS from as low as RM78 a month. Celcom also renamed its data plans to the Celcom First One for those who complained about how the MaxisONE plans have too little data. Finally, DiGi added new iDiGi plans that are streamlined with its existing Smart Plan postpaid plans.
Just a little reminder, none of these plans is tied to any contract. Contract only applies for phone bundles, or when the telco gives you an extra discount for signing up for a contract. Otherwise, you will be free to change your plans anytime you want.
Hit the break to check out the changes.