Your Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will cost this much from M1

Prices are almost similar so it's really a matter of brand loyalty

M1 users have been waiting for this - the price plans for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. Don't hold your breath, it's not a huge surprise.

At the very least, both M1 and Singtel are neck-to-neck with its S$42 per month offering. Subsidised pricing for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are S$548 and S$628 respectively. M1, however, has a slightly advantage in its 3GB offer, while Singtel gives you only 2GB of mobile data. Though one might argue that Singtel gives you unlimited Singtel WiFi till 30 June 2016, it's really the base data that you should be looking at.

Generally speaking, M1 is offering more value-for-money with the additional GB of data across all tiers of its data plans. StarHub, however, tends to be lacking when you're looking at the subsidised cost of both phones. Again, using a similar S$42 plan for both M1 and StarHub, while both plans offer the same 3GB of data per month, the cost of the phone is slightly higher by S$51 for StarHub customers.

But if you're keen to make a telco switch for the Samsung smartphones, you have till 12 March to decide when you can walk-in and buy the phone off the shelves. Meanwhile, here are the price plans for Singtel and StarHub to analyse over the weekend.