With all four models of the new iPhone 12 simultaneously released today (13th November) in Malaysia, local telcos have put up their prices for keen-buyers.

The newly-released models include, the iPhone 12 mini, the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Pro, and also the iPhone 12 Pro Max. To help make up your mind, check out the full list of prices from major telcos down below:

1. Maxis

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As usual, Maxis offers you all the range of configurations available for all the models of the iPhone 12. If you notice, Zerolution deals tend to cost more, but it’s a good choice if you don’t want to spend a large sum to pay for the phone upfront.

There’s not much to say about the price that Maxis offers, other than it’s one of the most expensive options in this list. However, if you’re a long time Maxis user, you would know the benefits outweigh the downsides.

2. Digi

Compared to the other three telcos, Digi is the only one that doesn’t offer the new iPhone devices with an upfront payment. If you’re sticking with Digi on this one, you are limited to paying for their PhoneFreedom 365 plan, which comes with a 24-month contract.

The benefit of signing up for the new iPhone 12 with Digi’s PhoneFreedom 365 plan is getting a free 3-month 50GB iCloud storage plan. The promotion will last until 30th October 2021.

3. Celcom

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Celcom is the only telco on this list to offer a 30-month instalment contract, as part of their Mega Lightning XL plan. However, this option is only limited to the iPhone 12 64GB model and the iPhone 12 Pro 128GB model.

Nevertheless, you always have the choice to pay it upfront or use the 24-month installment payment options. If you choose to take the 30-month contract option though, the phone will cost a bit more as compared to the usual 24-month contract.

4. U Mobile

It doesn’t come as a surprise that U Mobile offers a more affordable option to get the iPhone 12. Upfront payment asides, Digi is the only telco that is comparable with U Mobile in terms of affordability.

Unlike other major telcos though, U Mobile falls short on the list of postpaid plans it offers. However, it’s the only telco that offers the iPhone 12 Pro Max 512GB model for less than RM9,000.

If you’re interested to learn more about the iPhone 12 plans offered, you can head over to the telcos respective websites – Maxis, Celcom, Digi, U Mobile.

Source: Lowyat.

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