All three Singapore telcos have revealed official pricing for the new iPhone 6. With the most basic subscription plan, you can take home an iPhone 6 for as low as S$518 (MYR1,322). If you’re a huge data user, you can opt for a top-of-the-range plan which gives the iPhone 6 away for free.
M1 was the first Singaporean telco to release their iPhone 6 pricing and subscription packages on 12 September, where it also opened for pre-bookings.
M1 has the lowest basic plan with its i-Lite+ plan at S$41 per month which gives users 3GB data, 200 minutes of talktime, 1,000 SMS/MMS. The lowest spec iPhone 6 (16GB) is S$525, while the highest spec iPhone 6 Plus (128GB) will cost S$945.
Starhub on the other hand offers 3GB data, 150 minutes of talktime and 1000 SMS/MMS for its lowest 4G 3 plan at S$42.90. The iPhone 6 16GB bundled costs S$518. The iPhone 6 Plus 128GB costs S$935.
Lastly, for Singtel, you have the option of the Combo 2 plan which gives you 2GB data, 200 minutes of talktime and 1000 SMS/MMS. The iPhone 6 16GB costs S$518 while the iPhone 6 Plus 128 costs S$928.
Apple announced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on 9 September 2014. It’s available in 10 countries including the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore and the UK.
Apple said a no-contract iPhone 6 will retail in Singapore start from S$988 (16GB iPhone 6) while the 16GB iPhone 6 Plus will start at S$1,148.
According to preliminary reports, the iPhone 6 Plus is the more popular model and stocks are low on the ground.
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