Starhub is the 2nd telco to announce it’s price plan for the iPhone 6 and 6 plus. It has also announced that its pre order site is ready to take orders from Monday (Sep 15) afternoon for eligible customers who have registered their interest.

These customers will receive booking information from StarHub through email or SMS by Monday, said StarHub.

According to the local telco, the 16GB iPhone 6 will cost S$518 under the new 4G 3 plan, which will see subscribers charged S$42.90 per month. On the other end of the scale, the 128GB iPhone 6 Plus will cost S$935 under the same subscription plan.

Customers who successfully place an order can choose to collect their phone from any of the telco’s 35 participating retail outlets, or have the phone delivered to them on Sep 19, said StarHub.

The full breakdown of StarHub’s prices can be found below:

Here are M1’s previously announced plans:

SingTel has yet to announce its prices. SingTel and StarHub had opened up pre-registration portals for interested customers on Wednesday, while M1 did not require customers to pre-register their interest. Pre-registration for SingTel closes on Sep 15, Monday, at noon.

StarHub also announced that they are waiving the 4G value-added service (VAS) fee for new and recontracting customers for their new plans, which will be available from Sep 19. M1 had also followed SingTel’s lead in permanently waiving the 4G VAS for subscribers.

By Harry

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