The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 price plans from Singtel, M1 and StarHub are here

The phone will be available islandwide on 20 August

We’ve expounded relentlessly on the awesomeness that is the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, and now you desperately want one.

Here's the roundup of what the telcos are charging for the phablet, so if you’re buying with a contract, compare away!

Singtel

The S$62.90/mth Combo 3 plan gives you 3GB of data, 300 mins talktime and 1200 SMSes with the phone costing S$398.

However if you require more data, there’s also the option of the Easy Mobile plans, where the S$65/mth plan could get you 6.25GB of data, 225 minutes of talktime and 250 SMSes, with the phone also costing S$398. This allows you to customize a mobile plan that suits your usage.

If you secured a phone during the pre-order phase, you’ll also receive a complimentary lens kit worth S$198, along with three months free subscription if you sign up for 12 months of Singtel Music or Singtel Newsstand.

M1

At 4GB of data, 300 minutes of talktime and 1200 SMSes for the S$62/mth plan, M1 looks to be slightly cheaper overall than the others, offering 1GB of data more at this tier than Singtel. Plus you also get the Note 7 for S$378, which is S$20 less than both its competitors. There is also the option for data topups of between 2GB to 12GB at S$5.90/mth, depending on your plan.

StarHub

For $62.90/mth, you’ll get 350 minutes of talktime, 1200 SMSes and 4GB of data, and the phone for S$399. Offering the most value for free outgoing calls, you might want to consider this plan if talktime is a priority.