Monday, March 16, 2009

iPhone deal not exclusive?

Looks like Maxis Communications Bhd, the country's leading mobile operator, did not secure the exclusive rights for the iPhone.

So, those who complaint or not satisfied with the pricing and packages, can try waiting till the other operators offer the phone.

Just like Singapore, even though SingTel was the first to offer the iPhone, it does not stop rivals M1 and StarHub to negotiate with Apple to bring in iPhones.

At the end of the day, it all depends on whether the prices offered by Apple makes commercial sense for the Celcoms and DiGis. Subsidies will be a key issue here. How can the Celcoms and DiGis come out with a competitive price plan for the iPhone if there will be heavy subsidies?

For more info: pls read the Business Times article at http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_News/BTIMES/articles/iphone12/Article/index_html

2 Comments:

Xeon said...

i agree!!!
the pricing VERY HIGHHHHHHH!!!!@!

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