In conjunction with Merdeka Day, Celcom is running several promos where you can buy a new iPhone with savings of up to RM2,200. On top of that, B40 communities can switch to a brand new 4G phone with VoLTE which costs RM1 under the Prihatin Package.
Up to RM2,200 savings for iPhone
From now until 30th September 2021, the Celcom Merdeka iPhone sale promises to offer significant savings for the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 11, iPhone XR and iPhone SE when you get it on contract with Celcom’s Mega postpaid plans. With this offer, you can get an iPhone XR from RM168, an iPhone SE from RM198, an iPhone 12 from RM1,688 or an iPhone 12 mini from RM1,168. Strangely, the promo doesn’t cover the iPhone 12 Pro series.
Below is the device bundle pricing on Celcom Mega Postpaid Lightning with a 24-month contract. Do note that the plans require an upfront payment of RM640-RM700 during sign up and this will be rebated back to your bill over 10 months.
The Celcom Mega Lightning M postpaid costs RM98/month and it comes with 50GB of data. If you need more, the M Plus option at RM128/month packs 70GB of data, while the L Plus option which costs RM158/month offers 90GB of data. For those that want the most data, the highest Lightning XL option costs RM188/month and it comes bundled with 120GB of data.
For more info, you can visit Celcom’s website.
RM1 Prihatin Phone Deals
If you’re looking for affordable options, Celcom has also announced RM1 phone deals under the Prihatin package. The Vivo Y31, Vivo Y20, Oppo A54 and Vivo Y20s can be yours for RM1 on a 24-month contract of Celcom Mega postpaid. However, there will be an upfront payment required during sign up ranging from RM530 to RM650. This will be rebated back to your bill over 10 months.
Interestingly, Celcom is also offering the iPhone 12 mini 64GB for only RM1. However, it is tied to an extra long 36-month contract with Celcom Mega Lightning XL (RM188/month). On top of that, you’ll have to fork out an insane upfront payment of RM2,800 which is also rebated across 10 months.
To learn more, visit Celcom’s Prihatin page.