Celcom’s new campaign offers 100,000 free phones


  • Celcom
  • Friday, 21 Sep 2018

Celcom will be lowering the prices of its broadband plans for both homes and businesses in Sabah.

Celcom has kicked off a new campaign – 100,000 Free Phones, 101 Days. From now until Dec 29, anyone who signs up for a Celcom mobile plan will get a new smartphone for free while stocks last.

The telco is offering eight models under four mobile plans which come with a 24-month contract.

The cheapest plan – Mobile Gold Plus – costs RM98 per month and comes with a phone such as the Samsung Galaxy J4 worth RM559. The plan offers 20GB data for weekdays and 20GB data for weekends.

Those who sign up for the Mobile Gold Supreme plan for RM128 per month will get a device such as the iPhone 6 32GB (worth RM1,199 at Machines) or Huawei Nova 2 Lite (RM689). It offers 25GB data on weekdays and 25GB data on weekends.

The Mobile Platinum Plan which costs RM148 a month will net users a phone like the Huawei 3i (RM1,299). It comes with 30GB data on weekdays and 30GB on weekends.

Finally, customers who sign up for a Mobile Platinum Plus will receive a Huawei P20 (RM2,329). This plan offers 100GB data.

Also, all the plans come with Super Video Walla which gives users 100GB data for streaming videos.

Upfront payment will not be required if you have been a customer for more than 12 months with good payment history.

For more information, check out the official website





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