With the Samsung Unpacked event behind us, the company’s two foldable phones, the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4 are now official. As you’d expect, local telcos have come up with their own pre-order offers for these phones as options in addition to what the company itself is providing. For Digi, it is opening pre-orders via the PhoneFreedom 365 instalment plan.
Starting with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4, this is available as an add-on for the Digi Postpaid 120 or Postpaid 150 plans. For the latter, you can get the Galaxy Flip4 with 128GB of storage for an additional RM99 a month, in addition to the usual RM150 monthly bill, for the 2-year duration of the contract. For the model with 256GB of storage, the monthly price will be bumped up to RM119.
Naturally, the device price goes up a little for the Digi Postpaid 120 plan. To get the Samsung Galaxy z Flip4 with 128GB of storage, you’ll have to pay RM109 a month for the device. This goes up to RM127 for the 256GB storage option.
Going up to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 and again starting with the Digi Postpaid 150 plan, the 256GB storage capacity option starts at RM199 a month for the duration of the 2-year contract. This is bumped up to RM228 a month for the 512GB storage option. If you opt for the Digi Postpaid 120 plan instead, the prices per month are RM209 and RM238 respectively.
In addition to the devices themselves, if you place your pre-order early Digi is also throwing in quite a lot of freebies. Both devices will come with a 1-year extended warranty under the Samsung Care+ program. Specifically for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4, the telco is also throwing in an additional flap leather cover and a pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds Live. As for the Galaxy Z Fold4, the freebies are a standing cover and S-Pen, as well as a Galaxy Watch4.
Needless to day, these freebies are limited, and are only being offered while stocks last. If you’re interested in placing your pre-order for either the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 or Galaxy Z Flip4, you can do so between now and 1 September 2022.