Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is officially on sale in Malaysia today with the retail price of RM2,099. If you’re still wondering, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 that we are getting comes with 16GB of internal storage. A few days ago, DiGi had started its pre-order for the Galaxy Tab 7.7 from as low as RM1,399 on its DG Smart Plans. Now Celcom has revealed its bundled pricing which starts from RM1,409.
For the Galaxy Tab 7.7, Celcom has moved away from its usual Celcom Exec with bolt-on data bundling by offering Celcom Broadband upfront with Pay As You Go voice. This means the subscription is meant for data while calls/sms are charged separately as you use, which is the similar model as DiGi’s Smart Plan.
There are 3 plans on offer – RM48 for 1.5GB, RM68 for 4GB and RM98 for 6GB, which is pretty competitive. Calls are charged at 15 sen/minute while SMS are charged at 10 sen each. You have an option to get the Galaxy Tab 7.7 with either 12 months or 24 months duration. The lowest price of RM1,409 is tied with 24 months of RM98 (6GB) plan. For those that want to commit less with shorter duration, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 can be yours for RM1,739 with 12 months contract of RM48 (1.5GB) plan.
Depending on which plan option, they are giving 10 months of special rebate. For the early birds, Celcom is giving out a free bookcase worth RM249 for the first 300 at selected outlets.
For more information, head over to Celcom.