Telcos opens Samsung Galaxy Note 7 pre-orders
The moment you have been waiting for is here. No, not the official launch (but we expect it to be pretty soon) but the Malaysian telcos are opening pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for their customers – and their packages are quite enticing to say the least.
Maxis starts the ball rolling with their Zerolution package, which gives customers the chance of owning the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from RM 101 per month. As a recap, Maxis Zerolution packages gives customers a chance to own smartphones at low cost, and then change their phones yearly to the latest model in the market. For the Samsung Galaxy Note, they only need to pay a monthly of RM101, and with every pre-order they will receive the Samsung Wireless Charger Stand, a 10200 mAh power bank and an extra travel adapter. All you need to do is pay a monthly fee of RM101 for the phone, along with Zerolution fee of RM30, and finally, an optional device protection fee of RM23 each month.
Digi meanwhile is offering a Note 7 Bundle from as low as RM 1210 with a new contract with them. Digi is offering an additional discount of RM319, on top of the regular bundle like a free wireless charger stand, a free 10,200 mAh battery pack, and a free travel adaptor. Plus, if you subscribe with the higher monthly commitment, the customer will get more data per month.
Celcom will be offering the Galaxy Note 7 bundle from RM 2140, with a monthly commitment of RM 150. Like the other telcos, each preorder will receive a free wireless charger stand, a free 10,200 mAh battery pack, and a free travel adaptor.
Lastly, U Mobile’s bundle will start from RM 1699, with freebies including the free wireless charger stand, a free 10,200 mAh battery pack, and a free travel adaptor. Additionally, customers can head to their website to receive extra discounts of up to RM 319 per customer.
All of the telcos will have pick up service of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from August 18 onwards, a day before the official global availability on August 19. Will you be one of the first to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7?