For all Samsung fans who have been waiting for the Galaxy Note 5 to drop, it was definitely a good surprise when Samsung announced that the highly anticipated phablet will be available in Singapore practically the day after it was unveiled globally.
We know you have been skulking around the internet waiting for the local price to be revealed. So here you go, courtesy of StarHub.
The 32GB Galaxy Note 5 is S$389 while the 64GB will be yours for S$489 if you’re signing up for the 4G 4 plan. The S$62.90 a month plan includes 350 outgoing minutes, 1200 SMSes/MMSes, and more importantly 4GB of bundled data.
If you’re looking at a cheaper price plan with a little less data, the 4G 3 one with 150 outgoing minutes, 1000 SMS, and 3GB of data costs S$42.90 a month. The 32GB phablet with this plan will cost you S$599, while the 64GB is priced at S$699.
You get S$100 off the handset price if you subscribe to StarHub's mobile add-on HomeHub Go.
You’ll have to do the math to figure out which makes more economic sense in the long run. Of course, these two plans are not the only ones available, we just highlighted the ones with enough data, you can hop over here to peruse the rest of them.