Flaunt your taste with the new iPhone 7 Plus with it's wider display, great for watching TV shows and the latest videos, and keeping up to date with the world on. This little gem comes with dual camera for sharper pictures and greater resolution.
So how does the Celcom First plan benefit me?
Let's admit that the iPhone 7 Plus is on the pricey end of mobile phones, but its such a brilliant piece of technology that you can't help but want it. So instead of saying no altogether, indulge yourself with the Celcom First plan of your choice.
You will get the best internet deal in town, ranging from 20GB to 30GB depending on the plan you choose, unlimited calls and text to all networks. And not forgetting Celcom's incredible coverage!
How does the plan work?
When you sign up, you will have to pay a one time upfront fee. But don't let that get you down, as you will also have the phone itself at a discounted rate. Relax though, the upfront fee that you pay will be rebated back to you within the first month that your plan is in effect.
Both the Celcom First Platinum and Gold Plus plans come with a contract period of 24 months, with a monthly commitment fee that varies between the plans.
What if I finish my data to soon?
The data amount on these plans are pretty high, however if you do find yourself out of internet data. You have the option of doing a quick top up via the Celcom webpage. However, if you decide not too, you phone will switch back to regular data at no cost.
Your internet speed is what will take a hit. So manage your data wisely and you'll never have snail pace internet.
What happens if I terminate the contract early?
If you were to prematurely end your contract of 24 months, you will be charged a cancellation fee. On top of which you will have to cover the costs of the months remaining on your contract.
On that note, Non-Malaysians who want to purchase their iPhone 7 Plus via this Celcom plan, will have to make a RM500 deposit to Celcom. This will be refunded to you at the end of your contract. If you have terminated your contract early, then this might be withheld from you as well.