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DiGi: HTC Desire HD, Samsung Galaxy S, Galaxy Tablet

Upadate 1: DiGi has so far launched the HTC Desire HD only- http://www.digi.com.my/internet/smartplan/htc_desire_hd.html

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It appears that DiGi will be announcing/launching quite a number of mobile phones/device this coming Dec 8, 2010(Wednesday).

Those devices include HTC Desire HD(Android 2.2), Samsung Galaxy S, LG Apollo, & Blackberry 9780 White(aka Bold 3). The Samsung Galaxy Tab is expected to launch on December 16, 2010.

DiGi is offering a RM40 discount per month on the DG Smart Plan(RM68) for the 1st 6-months, so customers only pay RM28 for 3GB of data with contract.

Pricing details after the jump.

  • HTC Desire HD- RM1699(12-months), RM 1399(24-months)
  • Samsung Galaxy S- RM1799(12-months), RM1499(24-months)
  • LG Apollo- RM599(12-months), RM349(24-months)
  • Blackberry 9780 White- RM1349(12-months), RM1099(24-months)

The Samsung Galaxy Tablet will cost RM1899(12-months) and RM1599(24-months), both under contract.

Details above are to be confirmed by DiGi.

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