We know you’ve been eyeing the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, well at least some of you are if you haven’t already splurged all your dollars on an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. And if you’ve been wanting to sign up for the device with am M1 mobile plan, the pricing details are finally in.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 4G+ will be available on three of M1’s price plan groups – Lite, Reg, and Max. Of course the device will be cheapest on its Max+ plan, costing you just S$48 but be prepared to fork out S$208 monthly on a two-year contract. This will give you unlimited local calls and SMS, plus 13GB of data.
If you’re after the cheapest plan, Lite would be it – costing you S$28 for 100 free local call minutes, 500 SMS/MMS, and a mere 300MB of data (the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 4G+ will cost S$698 with it).
Personally, we’d go one up for the Lite+ plan, which costs S$41 but gives you 200 free local call minutes, 1000 SMS/MMS and 3GB of data. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 4G+ will be packaged with this for S$608.
4G VAS will be waived permanently on all of the data bundle plans.
When you pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with M1, you’ll also be entitled to a free S View Cover and an extra battery kit worth S$146, but you’ll only be able to receive it at a later date (a letter will be issued with redemption details).
Now that you have the entire telco spectrum price plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, you can make a sound decision and pick out the one that works best for you.