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Celcom: Pre-order the iPhone SE from MYR164 per month all-in

Celcom is the second telco to reveal its 2020 iPhone SE pre-order packages today. Apple’s new pocket rocket is only available for sale via the Apple Online Store and Apple Store app. However, interested buyers can also pre-order the device from Apple authorised resellers, as well as local telcos like Celcom and Digi. Through Celcom’s EasyPhone Own device ownership programme, you can take home the iPhone SE from as low as MYR164 per month all-in with a Celcom Mega plan.

Plans are based on a 24-month contract. New customers and ineligible customers may be subject to a device or advanced payment fee.

For the iPhone SE 64GB model, you can own one from as low as MYR164 per month all in. Here is how it looks like broken down:

Celcom has a slightly convoluted plan structure where the base plan is always the Mega. It gives you 30GB of high-speed data, unlimited calls to all networks at MYR80 per month. Then you pick on of its Lightning passes for an additional sum. These passes will give you more internet data at a price.

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In summary, the iPhone SE 64GB with the Mega plan coupled with the Lightning M pass will give you a total of 40GB with the phone, for MYR164 per month.

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Celcom offers all three storage variants: 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB with all three colour options as well—white, black, and PRODUCT(RED).

Pre-order delivery for West Malaysia will commence from 18 May 2020, while for East Malaysia it will be from 28 May 2020 onwards.

For more information about the iPhone SE, read this announcement post.

Head over to Celcom for more details about iPhone SE bundles.

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