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StarHub is now selling the cellular eSIM Apple Watch Series 4!

By James Lu - on 29 Mar 2019, 11:09am

StarHub will sell the cellular eSIM Apple Watch Series 4 on 29th March

StarHub has announced that it will sell the cellular eSIM (GPS + Cellular) Apple Watch Series 4 starting on 29th March 2019. Here's how much it the Apple Watch Series 4 with cellular connectivity will cost you:-

Of course, to stay connected with just your cellular Apple Watch without carrying around your iPhone, you'll need the NumberShare service that will allow you to share your existing mobile plan with the cellular Apple Watch. StarHub is pricing its NumberShare service at S$6 a month and you'll also enjoy an additional 1GB of data monthly - on top of your existing mobile phone's data bundle. 

Additionally, you'll enjoy 3 months of free NumberShare subscription with StarHub's $80 SIM Only or $75/$105/$238 2-year mobile plans.

How does one setup NumberShare after subscribing to the service? Follow these steps!

The Apple Watch Series 4 launched last year and is available in two case sizes: 40 and 44mm. It has a new edge-to-edge display that is 30% larger than the Apple Watch 3. It is also the first smartwatch with the ability to take an electrocardiogram (ECG) reading anywhere and at any time. This is done using electrodes built into the Digital Crown and the case back of the watch. With the ECG app, the Apple Watch Series 4 can give you a heart rhythm classification in just 30 seconds. Results are saved in the Health app as a PDF report, making it easy to be shared with doctors and heart specialists.

Note however, the ECG functionality has yet to be approved in Singapore and it really depends on regulatory approvals on a per country basis.

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