M1 vs Starhub vs SingTel Apple iPhone 4S Price Plan Comparison Chart

28th October iPhone 4S Launch in Singapore

Singapore will be launching iPhone 4S on 28th October 2011, and all of our carriers in Singapore have already release their price plan and invited customers to pre-order them.

For those who are still considering which carrier to go to and how much iPhone 4S will cost and how much will you be paying in the total 24 months contract. You can check out the charts that I have created to comparison between price plans among the Telecos.

Entry Level Price Plan for M1, Starhub and SingTel:

Please note that Blue is the Most Expensive Plan and Yellow is the cheapest you can pay for iPhone 4S and 24months contract.

For the Entry Level Price Plan, you can get iPhone 4S for all models cheapest and SingTel is the most expensive one. You will be paying around $100 in total, but of course for SingTel you will be getting 50 SMS more per month. Although I don’t think people use as much SMS nowadays due to apps like Whatsapp and iMessage from Apple.

Mid-Range Price Plan:

Once again, M1 is still the cheapest and SingTel is still most expensive.  In the mid-range plan, both M1 and Starhub will be giving their customers 300 minutes of outgoing calls, whereas SingTel is giving only 200 minutes.

High Range Price Plan:

For High Range Plan, M1 is still the cheapest and SingTel is still the most expensive 24 months contract plus iPhone 4S. In the high range plan, both M1 and Starhub are giving customers 700 minutes of outgoing calls, whereas SingTel is only giving 500 minutes.

Extreme Range Price Plan:

 

In the Extreme Plan, once again, M1 is still the cheapest where as Starhub is most expensive. In this range of plans, M1 is giving Unlimited outgoing calls to their customers, whereas SingTel and Starhub will be giving 2000 minutes. Unlimited data usage for both M1 and Starhub, and SingTel gives their customers 30GB of data usage.

Conclusion

M1 is really one of the cheapest and most generous in Talktime and Data usage, whereas Starhub is somewhere in the middle and SingTel is the most expensive in overall 24 months contract plus iPhone 4S. This comparsion chart did not include some value added services which different teleco provides, and also the reliability of the network.

Hope this comparisons will help you guys to decide which Teleco to go to and which Plan to select!

 


5 Comments

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  • Reply Kisty |

    Hello,

    I asked Singtel the other day about how to get the iPhone 4S and they told me that I also have to deposit $800 (which will be refunded after two years), is that also included in the fees you’ve calculated? Or just the total amount of bill + iPhone unit?

    Thank you!

  • Reply John |

    This really lame; Singtel’s plans include Caller ID (which costs $5/mth for most telcos), AutoRoam and VoiceMail already.

So, what do you think ?