Celcom and Hong Leong offer up to MYR800 cashback and savings when buying smartphone bundles

Hong Leong Celcom

Celcom and Hong Leong Bank has ironed a long-term partnership to deliver enhanced value and benefits to their respective customers.

Starting today until 31 July 2018, all Celcom FIRST postpaid customers and Hong Leong credit card owners will enjoy between MYR300 to MYR800 in cash back and savings, when they purchase the latest smartphone device bundles from Celcom. The catch of course is that you’ll need to use selected Hong Leong credit cards.

Celcom’s exclusive device bundles include the latest flagship smartphones like the iPhone X, iPhone 8/8 Plus, Huawei P20, Samsung Galaxy S9 and more.

Hong Leong credit card users will also enjoy cash rebates when they purchase Celcom’s device bundles using Hong Leong Sutera, GSC Gold/Platinum and Infinite credit cards.

Additionally, consumers will enjoy rebates for Celcom Passport worth MYR138 when they spend a minimum of MYR2,000 with at least one overseas transaction with Hong Leong Credit Cards.

The 7-day 3-in-1 pass enables travellers to roam with 3GB of internet data, unlimited calls and SMS in over 30 countries.

Head over to www.celcom.com.my or any Celcom bluecube outlet to check out the latest device bundles. If you’re not yet a Hong Leong credit card user, head over to www.hlb.com.my/applynow or visit any HLB branch to apply.

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