Now that the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are finally available in Malaysia via official resellers and the four major telcos, which would be the best choice? If you’re in the hunt for a new iPhone via one of the four major telcos in Malaysia, look no further. We’ve compiled all available iPhone postpaid plans from Celcom, Digi, Maxis and U Mobile, and compiled them by monthly commitments from a mere RM50 to well over RM200. Rest assured whether you are a light or heavy user, there is bound to be a plan that suits you.
We’ve split them into three groups, which are monthly commitments below RM100, from RM101 to RM200, and above RM200. You can choose which plan fits your needs, how much you would have to pay upon subscribing, and how much it would cost to own the iPhone of your choice over the course of 12 or 24 months.
Monthly Commitment of RM100 and Below
Monthly Commitment Ranging From RM101 to RM200
Monthly Commitment of Over RM200
For Maxis, depending on the plan you choose, the advance payment will be reimbursed over a period of four to five months. Celcom will be reimbursing their advance payment over a period of 10 months while Digi and U Mobile will refund advance payment over the course of your contract (12 or 24 months).
Here is the full table to compare them all together:
From what we understand, the 128GB models for both the 6s and 6s Plus have been selling really well and they are mostly out of stock. To avoid disappointment, it’s best to visit the respective telcos’ online stores for stock info; Maxis has a useful real-time stock tracker for the new iPhones called RealView. In addition, Celcom now has its own online store, saving you a trip to the nearest Celcom branch. Digi, Maxis and U Mobile’s online stores allow you to purchase the new iPhones online, too.
Alternatively, you can also purchase the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus off-contract from the official Apple Online Store, as well as from the authorised Apple resellers nationwide.