The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be launching on Friday, 16th September 2016 at 8am at Marina Bay Sands, Convention Centre, Hall A, Level 1.
With regards to LTE networks in Singapore, for the iPhone 7 model we are getting the A1778 and for the iPhone 7 Plus model, we are getting the A1784.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 4G+ and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge 4G+ will be officially available in Singapore from Saturday, 12th March 2016.
In Singapore, both the S7 and S7 edge will come in only one size which is 32GB because it now comes with expandable memory slot via microSD (up to 200GB).
Singtel customers stand to get up to nine months worth of complimentary Netflix subscriptions if they re-contract or sign up for Singtel’s mobile plan and/or Fibre Entertainment Bundle+ from 22nd January 2016 to 22nd July 2016.
It is probably my second favourite postpaid plan after the SIM Only plan. I am deciding to switch to either SIM Only plan or Easy Mobile plan once my Combo 2 plan expires mid of this year.
It is an increasing trend that people are getting their phones without contract. For example, both Apple and Xiaomi sells their phone directly on their website.
Phones sold in Singapore are always unlocked because by law, it is illegal to sell locked phones in here.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be launching on Friday, 25th September 2015 at 8am at Marina Bay Sands, Exhibition Hall D, Basement 2.
With regards to LTE networks in Singapore, for the iPhone 6s model we are getting the A1638 (GSM) and for the iPhone 6s Plus model, we are getting the A1687 (GSM).
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 4G+ was launched in Singapore last Thursday and it was available for sale 2 days later on last Saturday. Two colors will be available at launch, the Black Sapphire & Gold Platinum. The 32GB variant will retail for S$1,088 and the 64GB variant will retail for S$1,188.
Also introduced last Thursday was the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ 4G+. It will be available for sale starting today. Similar to the Note 5, two colors will be available at launch, the Black Sapphire & Gold Platinum. In terms of pricing, it will be S$100 more than the Note 5. The 32GB variant will retail for S$1,188 and the 64GB variant will retail for S$1,288.