With the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra telco comparisons done, we now move on to the other two devices. As with the Ultra, the base and Plus devices have only one storage configurations being made available via the major local telcos.
As with the Ultra, Maxis is offering both the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus in both normal and Zerolution contracts. Here the Postpaid Share 48 plan is also a thing for the Zerolution plans.
If you don’t need as much data per month, then perhaps the Postpaid Share 48 Zerolution plan is something to consider. Beyond that, everything else is as you’d expect.
You’ll notice that the base Samsung Galaxy S21 has an additional option in the form of the Postpaid 80 with GBoost here. This is exclusive to the base model, which makes it even more affordable if you want to pick it up.
For the Plus model, things are pretty much the same as with the Ultra, save for the device price. Which is to say you’ll only get three plan options for it.
Nothing new on the U Mobile side of things. The telco is still offering both devices with two plans, and with the same options of normal or UPackage contract.
It goes without saying that this is still the telco to look for if you only care about getting the devices at the lowest possible price.
Like with the Ultra, Celcom is the only one to offer 30-month contracts with the Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus. This may be an option that’s here to stay.
But if that’s not your thing, then the normal contract is still an option.
With the Ultra, the most affordable option still saw the cost of ownership at the end of the contract period go over RM6000. If you don’t need that model specifically, the other options, you can get the base model which starts just under RM5000.
And that’s a wrap for the Samsung Galaxy S21 series of devices as offered by the four major local telcos. For more information, you can check out the links to the respective telco’s page below.