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.
Celcom is offering the Xiaomi Redmi Note with its data-centric plans – Celcom First One Plan (3GB/5GB), Maxis is offering it with their latest MaxisONE plans and DiGi is offering it with their SmartPlan postpaid plans.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note is a budget mid-range Android phablet from the Chinese company. Retailing at only RM509, it packs some pretty good stuffs under its 5.5” hood like an octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, a13MP rear shooter, and a generous battery capacity of 3,200mAh.
In our budget Android phone battle, the Redmi Note did very well compared to other devices in this class, check the post out to see if it’s a device worth getting. Meanwhile, visit our previous post for an in-depth look on the Xiaomi Redmi Note or visit Celcom, Maxis and DiGi for more information about their individual packages.