Going straight into the details, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4G+ will be available on two of StarHub’s plans – the SmartSurf range, as well as the 4G ones.
The 32GB unit will cost you S$648 on the cheapest 4G 3 plan (which we think is the most feasible), and it will cost you S$42.90 a month but give you 3GB of data, in addition to 1000 SMS/MMS and 150 minutes outgoing local chat time.
There’s also a new 4G 5 plan that it can be bundled with, costing you S$218 for the phone and S$82.90 for the plan – this will be available from 31 October.
If you’re after the SmartSurf HD plan, the SmartSurf HD Plus would be the most reasonable option, giving you unlimited outgoing local minutes and SMS/MMS with 1GB local bundled data (it can be upsized to 2GB at S$4.28 a month) for S$88. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will cost you S$309.
But here’s the last call – if you want to be one of the first few to get it, you’ll have to register your interest for the phone by 12pm today (3 October). But only eligible customers will be contacted early next week for further details on the handset-booking phase.
As a bonus, if you register your interest with StarHub, you’ll receive a free accessory pack (worth S$146) that includes an S View Cover and an extra battery kit.
Successful applicants will have a choice of picking up the Galaxy Note 4 from any of the 41 participating StarHub retail stores on the 10 October, and for those of you who don’t mind walking in and getting the deal done, you can do so from 11 October.