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M1 Singapore unveils Apple iPhone 4S price plans


Telecommunication operator M1 has announced that the highly anticipated Apple iPhone 4S will retail in Singapore on 28 October, with various price plans and monthly subscriptions starting from as low as S$36. More details inside.

M1 Singapore has announced that it will be retailing the Apple iPhone 4S on 28 October, which is this coming Friday. The iPhone 4S will be available starting at S$505 for the 16GB model, S$630 for the 32GB model and S$770 for the 64GB model. Even though the other two mobile operators, SingTel and StarHub, have yet to reveal their price plans for the phone, don't expect the difference to be significant. 

iPhone Price Plans iPhone Value iPhone Lite iPhone Extreme iPhone Unlimited
Subscription S$36 S$56 S$98 S$198
Local Calls (min) 100 300 700 Unlimited
Local SMS/MMS 500 500 500 2,000

Local Data Bundle (Up to 14.4Mbps)

12GB 12GB Unlimited Unlimited
iPhone 4S 16GB S$505 S$235 S$0 S$0
iPhone 4S 32GB S$630 S$370 S$70 S$0
iPhone 4S 64GB S$770 S$510 S$210 S$115

Note: All iPhone plans and prices are inclusive of 7% GST; Maximum excess data usage charges capped at $30 on Value and Lite plans.

In addition, M1 will be celebrating the launch of the Apple iPhone 4S at midnight on 28 October at its Paragon flagship store. Customers may also obtain iPhone 4S from 7:00am on 28 October at M1 retail shops at Bugis Junction, Change Alley, IMM, Tampines, Plaza Singapura and Westmall, as well as at selected exclusive dealer shops at Ang Mo Kio Hub, Sun Plaza, Jurong Point and Toa Payoh  Blk 190. The Apple iPhone 4S will also be available online at m1shop.com.sg.

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