29 Aug '17, 7am

Celcom brings EasyPhone device instalment plan to Xpax

After introducing its device instalment plan to its postpaid customers in May 2017, Celcom today makes available EasyPhone to its Xpax prepaid subscribers. EasyPhone gives customers a chance to own a wide selection of today’s best smartphones, through a convenient 24-month instalment plan, from as low as MYR74 per month. EasyPhone in a nutshell, is Celcom’s answer to Maxis’ Zerolution , the all-in-one device ownership plan where you pay both device and telco plan in single monthly payments. Celcom has partnered with AEON Credit Service Berhad, pioneering this ownership plan for its prepaid customers. What’s unique is that you do not need a credit card or any upfront payment to sign up. You may argue that telcos like U Mobile also has device instalment programs for prepaid users, but here’s the thing. When you sign up, you’ll also get monthly MYR30 airtime that’s included a...

Full article: https://vernonchan.com/2017/08/celcom-easyphone-xpax-devi...

Comments

  1. 01 Nov '17, 12am

    @nitrogen921 Yeah that's the benefit of installment plans. Don't have to spend so much in one go as new phones are pretty much within the range of RM2k to 3k right now, how are fresh graduates gonna survive if that amount is almost equivalent to their one month salary?

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  2. 01 Nov '17, 12am

    @perlinehuiz But sometimes they have no choice tho, because it is too expensive to buy a new phone directly nowadays. So installments is the only choice that they have.

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  3. 01 Nov '17, 12am

    @babykimiko99 Yes it is for prepaid users. The payment isn't really that hard, you can just setup auto debit with your card and the amount that you need to pay will be automatically deducted every month. They also give out free RM30 credit every month so unless you are using alot data then I think it would be sufficient for you already without needing to topup.

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  4. 30 Oct '17, 9pm

    just want to share, my brother he's looking for new phone, but he still a student, he got to spend lot of his saving to get a new phone due to phone broken. i can imagine that is so much cost for them to get a new phone. too bad that time didnt have easyphone plan yet, otherwise he can pay by monthly

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  5. 30 Oct '17, 1am

    mystyletrue, as i know every item you buy without paying one shot cash, the item will be more expensive, i mean pay by installment, there must be a interest, anyway its good also for those who cant afford to buy phone by cash.

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  6. 26 Oct '17, 11pm

    by calculating the amount to pay with this installment plan, the price are getting more expensive after contract, much better i save the money by myself and pay by cash

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  7. 26 Oct '17, 11pm

    i dont think its good installment for teenage, they will keep think of changing new phone, didnt learn to treasure or save money for other purpose.too easy to apply new phone installment is not a good thing also

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  8. 25 Oct '17, 10pm

    no bad, another good choices for teenager which can own a new phone by paying monthly low price .prepaid plan but have a 24-months of auto topped-up benefits, this really make life easier.

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  9. 25 Oct '17, 9am

    Is it really for prepaid users? but if wan to make the payment very difficult lo, need go center, before can just use the apps to top up

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  10. 23 Oct '17, 12pm

    @dominictrial01 Yes you can check it at the Xpax's Easyphone website, it's already updated there. Iphone 8 is available for RM203 per month while Huawei Nova 2i is RM110 per month. Here's the link to it https://www.xpax.com.my/easyphone

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  11. 23 Oct '17, 12pm

    Wanna ask is this Easyphone plan available for some of the latest smartphone models like Iphone 8 and Huawei Nova 2I? This article was posted two months ago so want to check is there any update on it.

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  12. 20 Sep '17, 8am

    cool

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