Continuing with the telco comparisons for the iPhone 12 devices, we now have the Pro and Pro Max models. As before, every device has three storage variants. And all the telcos Digi is offering both upfront and installment payment plans.
As before, Maxis has the full range of configurations for both the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max. And you have the option for both upfront payment and the Zerolution installments.
Though the 512GB variant of the iPhone 12 Pro Max is noteworthy, especially if you plan to get one via the two-year Zerolution plan. By the end of it, you’d have gone past the five figure threshold.
Also as before, Digi is only offering the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max via its PhoneFreedom 365 installment plan. But as you’d notice, the Digi Postpaid 80 with GBoost option is gone.
So if you want one of the Pro models, then you’ll have to sign up for a plan that’s of a higher tier. You could see it as a plan that’s more befitting the Pro names.
Nothing much has changed on the U Mobile side of things. The telco has basically the same offerings for the Pro and Pro Max models as it did for the base iPhone 12 and the mini.
And in typical U Mobile fashion, there’s a strong value point to be made here. This is the only telco that is offering the 512GB Pro Max device for under RM9000.
Once again, Celcom is breaking the mold here by offering a 30-month Easyphone installment contract. But as with the base iPhone 12, this only applies for the Pro model, and only the 128GB storage variant.
Oddly enough, this one does come up to a little less than if you were to take the 24-month option. It’s not a big difference, but it’s there nevertheless.
The price gap between what Digi and U Mobile are offering have widened considerably with the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max. There’s a clear advantage that the latter has now, when taking only the price of the device into consideration, at least.
And as before, Celcom is the only one with a 30-month contract. The option is there for those who need it, maybe for those who are confident they won’t be changing phones for the next three years.
For more details on what each telco is offering, you can check out their iPhone 12 plans at their respective websites, linked below.