Samsung Galaxy S II RRP drops to RM1,699. DiGi drops subsidised pricing to as low as RM899

One of the most popular Android smartphones in the world has just gotten more affordable. With a recent revision in RRP pricing, the Samsung Galaxy S II now retails for RM1,699 — RM400 less than when it was initially launched here in June last year at the price of RM2,099. As a result of the pricing revision, operators are dropping their subsidised pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S II as well.

The Samsung Galaxy S II is now available with contract from DiGi for as low as RM1,699 on the DiGi Smart Plan 88. The Smart Plan 88 is a new addition to DiGi’s Smart Plan range where previously it was only offered selectively during promotion periods and specific product launches.

In addition to the Samsung Galaxy S II, DiGi is also offering the Smart Plan 88 with other devices Including the Galaxy W, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Nokia Lumia 800.

If yellow is not your colour, Maxis has also revised the pricing for the for the Galaxy S II which is now available for as low as RM999 with 24 months contract with any postpaid plan on top of a required 3GB data bundle.

Head on over to DiGi’s official website for more details on the latest DiGi plans for the Samsung Galaxy S II.

For details on the Maxis plans, click here.