Samsung’s officially released its Galaxy Note Edge 4G+ in Singapore, and with all the telcos competing over each other to offer you the device on their various price plans, it can be hard to keep track of them all. So, we’ve taken the liberty to consolidate them for you in this comprehensive guide.
As an added bonus for all of you that pre-order the phone, Samsung will include a flip wallet (worth S$78 abd while stocks last) when you collect your Galaxy Note Edge 4G+ smartphones on 21 November.
The unit will be available island-wide from 22 November in Charcoal Black and Frost White, available from telco operators, major consumer electronics stores, authorised retailers and Samsung Experience Stores.
SingTel will be opening up registration of interests as of 13 November, at 12pm. The telco will contact you as soon as appointment booking commences.
The Galaxy Note Edge 4G+ will be available on SingTel’s six Combo price plans, with the price of the device varying across all of them. The unit will cost you $0 on Combo 12, but the plan itself will cost you a hefty S$239.90 a month. But it comes with 12GB of data and unlimited local calls and SMS/MMS.
The most affordable price plan it’s on would be Combo 2 – the smartphone can be picked up for S$778, and you’ll receive 2GB of data, 1000 free local SMS/MMS and 200 minutes of free local calls for S$42.90 a month.