U Mobile to offer 64GB iPhone XS for RM3,799 and iPhone XR for RM2,499


The iPhone XS (left) and XS Max are displayed side to side during the event to announce new products at Apple headquarters.

Local telco U Mobile has unveiled a mobile plan for the new iPhones.

Customers looking to get the iPhone XS will be able to purchase the 64GB model for RM3,799 (save RM1,200), 256GB for RM4,299 (save RM1,300) and 512GB for RM5,299 (save RM1,350) under the Unlimited Hero P99 postpaid plan.

For RM99 a month, customers will get unlimited data and calls to all networks. On top of that, they will also get 3GB roaming data and 30GB hotspot data.

Customers who have been a subscriber for at least a year and not suspended in the last six months will not have to pay the upfront payment – they will only have to fork out the price of the device.

Otherwise, they will also have to pay RM792 as upfront payment. This amount will be rebated into their monthly bill for the next 24 months.

Subscribers will also be tied to a two-year contract.
 
U Mobile pricing plan for the iPhone XS.

The iPhone XR is also available with the Unlimited Hero P99 postpaid plan.

The 64GB model will be going for RM2,499 (save RM1,100), 128GB for RM2,699 (save RM1,150) and 256GB for RM3,159 (save RM1,140).

Limited time offer:
Just RM5 per month.

Monthly Plan

RM13.90/month
RM5/month

Billed as RM5/month for the 1st 6 months then RM13.90 thereafters.

Annual Plan

RM12.33/month

Billed as RM148.00/year

1 month

Free Trial

For new subscribers only


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