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uMobile's Huawei Ascend P7 plans start at RM188 with no upfront payment

June 27, 2014

Joe Devanesan

A couple of weeks after the Huawei Ascend P7 was officially launched in Malaysia, uMobile has introduced its postpaid bundles for the device that start from as little as RM188. Even better, uMobile has once again waived any upfront payments if you register to pay for the plan using auto debit.

Huawei Ascend P7 Officially Arrives In Malaysia For RM1,499

The Ascend P7 was launched in Paris with a retail price of US$625, but went on sale in Malaysia with an RRP of RM1,499. With a 5-inch Full HD display with excellent 445ppi pixel density, powered by a quad-core 1.8 GHz Cotex-A9 processor with 2GB of RAM, along with a 13-megapixel rear BSI sensor and 8-megapixel front-facing camera.

The Ascend P7 at the launch in KL

With uMobile, there are 3 tiers of postpaid packages, the lowest U58 plan costs a mere RM58 per month with total 300 minutes of call time and 2GB of mobile internet. U88 of course has a monthly fee of RM88 with 300 minutes of total call time, 300 total SMSes, and 3GB of data. The last bundle is U Plus which costs RM138 per month with total 700 minutes of call time, 500 SMSes, and 5GB of mobile data.

The Ascend P7 itself will cost RM888 with U58, RM688 with  U88, and RM188 with U Plus respectively. There is no upfront cost for the device with the  U88 and U Plus plans, but with the U58 plan you would have to fork out 6 months of advance payment which comes out to RM348. If you do not make use of auto debit payments with U88 and U Plus plans, then you would have to pay 6 months advance payment for those tiers as well.

You can see the full details of the postpaid bundles below:

All tiers of uMobile bundles for this device come with uMobile’s 4G LTE connectivity. Early birds who were among the first 100 people booked the Ascend P7 with uMobile, will be eligible for a free Huawei wireless modem and power bank, both of which is worth Rm199 respectively.

Interested to order the Huawei Ascend P7? Head over to uMobile’s product page for more details.

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Source: Mobile 88 Online (Malaysia)

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