Celcom is raining down 100,000 free smartphones for 101 days

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Harcharan Singh, Head of Device Business, Celcom Axiata Berhad, Zuwairi Zakaria, Head of Pricing and Retail Marketing, Celcom Axiata Berhad and Hasri Zulkifly, Head of Retail Operations, Celcom Axiata Berhad, displaying the many phones (100,000 smartphones) that customers can get absolutely for free when they sign up for a Celcom device bundle. Customers can choose from a wide selection of the best-selling 4G smartphones ranging from Huawei P20, Oppo F9, Huawei nova 3i, Oppo A3s, Huawei nova 2 Lite, iPhone6 32GB, Samsung Galaxy J4 and many more!

Today, Celcom Axiata Berhad is excited to announce an exclusive activity for their customers. Called as the 101-day FREE smartphone campaign, it has already started and until 29 December 2018 and Celcom customers will be given an opportunity to own one or more new smartphones for free with no upfront payments!

From a pool of 100,000 devices to choose from, such as the Huawei P20, OPPO F9, Huawei nova 3i, Oppo A3s, Huawei nova 2 Lite, iPhone 6 32GB, Samsung Galaxy J4 and many more, all the Celcom customers have to do is subscribe to any Celcom device bundle including Celcom Mobile Gold Plus. Gold Supreme, Platinum and Platinum Plus postpaid plans. However, there is a catch for this - any Celcom customer who has been with Celcom for more than a year and has not been barred for three months will be able to enjoy the upfront waiver. New Celcom customers can also enjoy the same treatment.

On top of that, the blue telco is also introducing another two new device bundle features called Contract Extension and Change Plan Anytime. Contract Extension will allow customers the option to upgrade their current smartphone with a new device with no penalty fee (as long as it's less than 12 months remaining), while the Change Plan Anytime will offer customers the upgrade option to their current postpaid plans without any fee.

For more information, please visit the official webpage here and stay tuned for more Celcom news at TechNave.com.