Telco Phone Bundle Comparison (Digi and Celcom)
As many places in areas with internet access now require us to check in via the MySejahtera app, a smartphone is more important than ever. The MySejahtera mobile app is also the easiest way to register for COVID-19 vaccination. So if you’re looking for a new budget-friendly smartphone that fulfils your needs in the new norm, here are some of the best deals out there.
Digi phone bundles
Under this plan, certain smartphones are available from RM68 nett on a 12-month contract with the Digi Postpaid 60 mobile plan:
Besides the upfront payment of RM68, you’ll be paying RM60 monthly for the Digi Postpaid 60 plan:
|Digi Postpaid 60||RM60/month|
If you have a slightly bigger budget, you can opt to pay RM99 nett for the OPPO A15.
Phone bundles enable you to own a phone without having to pay for the device’s recommended retail price.
These bundles enable you to own a phone without having to pay its recommended retail price. You also won’t have to look for a mobile plan as the Digi Postpaid 60 plan is part of the bundle.
As for users who prefer more premium devices, Digi also provides a selection of phones under its PhoneFreedom 365 instalment plan, where you can purchase a phone with zero upfront payments and zero interest instalments on a 24-month contract.
|Realme C17||From RM8/month (with Digi Postpaid 150)|
|OPPO Reno5 Pro 5G||From RM60/month (with Digi Postpaid 150)|
|Huawei Mate 40 Pro 5G||From RM110/month (with Digi Postpaid 150)|
In addition to paying the monthly instalment for the phone, you’ll have to spend RM150 a month for the Digi Postpaid 150 mobile plan as well:
|Digi Postpaid 60||RM150/month|
Celcom phone bundles
The Oppo A15 is also available at Celcom. By taking up this bundle, you’ll be making an upfront payment of RM380, and then RM58 monthly for 16GB of Internet access and unlimited calls to all networks. Your contract duration will last 24 months.
You can also select the Samsung Galaxy A02 instead, which requires an upfront payment of RM295, and then RM58 monthly for 16GB of Internet access and unlimited calls to all networks under a 24-month contract.
If you prefer an even more affordable bundle, there is the Nokia C2. You’ll have to pay only RM250 as an upfront. Then, you’ll only have to spend RM58 monthly for 16GB of Internet access and unlimited calls to all networks under a 24-month contract:
Looking for more upscale phones? Besides Digi, you can purchase phones like the Oppo Reno5 5G or Huawei Mate 40 Pro 5G at Celcom too:
|Smartphone||Price (24 months contract)|
|OPPO Reno5 Pro 5G||RM888 upfront payment, and a monthly charge of RM188 for the MEGA with Lightning XL Pass mobile plan (40GB monthly Internet + unlimited calls to all networks)|
|Huawei Mate 40 Pro 5G||RM1,000 upfront payment, and a monthly charge of RM188 for the MEGA with Lightning XL Pass mobile plan (40GB monthly Internet + unlimited calls to all networks)|