The orange telco continues to keep it simple with its iPhone plans, offering just two options for each iPhone X variant.
There are two postpaid plan options, based on 24-month contracts: the Postpaid i90 and the Postpaid i130.
Here’s a breakdown:
iPhone X 64GB
- Postpaid i90 (MYR90/month) – MYR3,825
- Postpaid i130 (MYR130/month) – MYR3,465
iPhone X 256GB
- Postpaid i90 (MYR90/month) – MYR4,485
- Postpaid i130 (MYR130/month) – MYR4,125
Strangely, U Mobile isn’t offering any prepaid options for the device, something it revolutionised the industry with when it introduced the iPhone 6.
The other glaring omission is its U MicroCredit device financing program. Perhaps that could come at a later stage?
By the way, customers are required to pay an upfront fee of MYR600 (i90, MYR25 x 24 months) or MYR960 (i130, MYR40 x 24 months). This fee will be reimbursed as a monthly rebate over the 24 months period.
Here’s what the Postpaid i90 and i130 plans offer you:
Apple’s best smartphone features an all-new glass-metal design with an all-screen 5.8-inch Super Retina OLED display, cutting-edge TrueDepth camera with FaceID, powerful A11 Bionic chip, incredible 12MP dual cameras, wireless charging, just to name a few. It runs the latest iOS 11 out-of-the-box.
Learn more about the iPhone X here.
I can’t seem to avoid feeling a little bit of disappointment with U Mobile, who have built a reputation of being disruptive and brave. It doesn’t seem to have done anything different with the iPhone X this time.