Maxis has announced it's officially bringing in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus from 7 Nov (updated: it has since changed the collection date to 6 Nov), but only taking registrations from 31 Oct. DiGi however is taking registrations of interest now. Though like Maxis and Celcom, it's yet to reveal pricing plans.
While DiGi, Celcom and Maxis will likely offer similar data subscription plans as for the Galaxy Note 4, U Mobile has yet to confirm whether it would offer the new iPhones.
iPhones, iPhones everywhere
Samsung has managed to take advantage of the iPhone delay, making the Note 4 easily available on all four major telcos.
As to the iPhone, it'll be interesting to see whether telcos will offer incentives such as limited edition freebies for the first 100 subscribers as Samsung has done. It's almost certain that they'll all offer 24-month plans due to the high price point of the iPhones.
With all the Android options that are cheaper and far more easy to obtain (except of course if you're talking about Xiaomi and OnePlus phones), it's a wonder that Apple still manages to get as much demand. Will 6 Nov be a bang or bust in Malaysia? We'll just have to see.
Just head on to the DiGi site to register your interest in the iPhone, with the interesting bit being that DiGi is even taking registration of interests from non-subscribers.
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