StarHub has announced the launch of its Jumphone offer, giving customers the chance to upgrade their handset every 12 months for no upfront cost.According to the Singaporean telco, customers on a 24-month SIM only mobile plan can pay a “low fixed monthly instalment”, which will allow them to return their existing phone in “good working condition” for a brand new phone model every 12 months.”It is the easiest way for customers to enjoy the new phone feeling every year, with guaranteed upfront savings, complete phone care, and no hassles ever,” StarHub chief of consumer business group Johan Buse said. StarHub added that customers with any device issues can swap or replace it up to two times a year for a fee, which is calculated based on the retail price of the device, as well as access to a screen repair service for SG$99 with free door-to-door delivery. The Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G are the phone models available under the StarHub Jumphone offer. Selected Samsung tablets also are available, too. StarHub said it will expand the catalogue as new phone models are released.The offer is not too dissimilar to ones that have been previously announced… Read full this story
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