The time to order your iPhone X has finally come around. All major telcos have opened their preorder lines today. Resellers, such as Machines, are also taking preorders for Apple’s most anticipated device this year.
As usual, telcos are bundling the iPhone X with a minimum of two year contracts; and we’ll have a breakdown of who offers the best package when we sort through the numbers. That should be appearing later today. In the mean time, here’s a brief roundup of who has what.
Celcom is offering the iPhone X for RM3078 with a two year contract. This doesn’t include the upfront payment for the Celcom First line (which varies depending on the plan); and there is promo code to get an RM100 discount off the purchase price.
Digi has the iPhone X for RM3495, not including the payments for picking up a Digi Postpaid plan. Unlike Celcom, there doesn’t appear to be any promo codes to be used during the preorder. One more thing to note is that Digi is providing a delivery time frame for the orders. Those who preorder between 17-20 November will receive their devices starting from 24 November; the same day that the phone officially goes on sale. Later preorders will only be delivered from 27 November onward.
Maxis technically offers the lowest priced iPhone X, with the device being priced at RM3075, but this requires signing up for two years with the Maxis 188 plan. Again, this doesn’t include any other payments that will have to be made when preordering the phone.
U Mobile has the iPhone X for RM3465 with its Postpaid i130 plan. The idea of this not being the actual upfront payment should be familiar by now.