Singtel officially announces iPhone plans

As expected, Singtel made official their iPhone plans tonight.

You can check out the plans here but they are not too different from what was originally leaked this afternoon.

I am going for the iOne plan and will be paying $850 singapore dollars for an originally advertised as USD$299 phone.

Then again, if you consider the fact that to Singtel, the raw cost of the iPhone 16GB is $1200SGD (from their contract-free Optus sale), paying $850 dollars for the 16GB iPhone while signed to a 2 year contract is decent actually, for we get a “rebate/discount” of $350 dollars.

Edit: Apparently they are trying to trick Singaporeans with their confusing BBoM policies. Check the post above for more details.


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