The larger iPhone 7 Plus is finally available with Maxis Zerolution. This ownership program allows you to own an iPhone 7 Plus with monthly instalments and with zero deposit upfront. It also gives you the option to swap phones hassle-free each year.
Just when you thought Maxis is keeping quiet with the recent postpaid price war, they have just announced yet another massive upgrade for its MaxisONE Plan. This applies across the board and you get a minimum of 20GB on the base MaxisONE Plan 98.
If you’re looking for a new phone, Maxis is offering smartphones for only RM1. This covers a variety of models from Huawei, Samsung, ZTE, Alcatel, ASUS and OPPO.
After Celcom and Digi revamped their postpaid plans, Maxis has quietly made some upgrades of their own. For those who are still on their legacy data-only SurfMore plans, you should be getting additional 2GB of data on both SurfMore 50 and 75.
UPDATE: Maxis will start offering iPhone 7 pre-orders on 7th October 2016.
If you’re a MaxisONE Plan subscriber and currently enjoying Spotify Music, we have some bad news for you. Maxis is stopping its free Spotify Premium subscription and existing subscribers will be charged the full amount during the next renewal effective 23 October 2016.
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The MaxisONE Plan is now supercharged with more data. And now, there are even more ways for you to enjoy it with the whole family.
In the past, most supplementary lines come with limited amount of data and you can’t borrow more quota from other family members. That doesn’t work in this day and age and everyone needs more data with the rise of high definition content.
If your family isn’t on MaxisONE Plan, here are 5 reasons why you should make the switch.
Maxis today has officially introduced its newly upgraded MaxisONE plan that comes with even more data. For those with additional lines for their family members, they have also revamped their supplementary data offering with a new Data Pool feature.
According to its CEO Morten Lundal, this is the largest auto-upgrade they have done and it is also the largest ever in Malaysia. He added that unlike other competitors that offer short-term offers or limited time upgrades, the new MaxisONE revamp is applicable to all customers permanently for free. In terms of subscribers, MaxisONE plan has just passed the one million mark this week.
There’s lots of excitement in the mobile space in the first quarter for 2016. Malaysian telcos were dishing out competitive postpaid plans with lots of data, while TM prepares to make an entry with its new 4G service.
Despite the aggressive price war, Maxis remains steady according to its latest Q1 2016 financial update.
UPDATE: The new upgraded MaxisONE Plan is now official. All customers will be upgraded immediately.
If the last MaxisONE Plan revision isn’t good enough, it looks like something huge is coming our way. The recently enhanced MaxisONE plans appears to be getting another round of upgrades according to a leaked brochure ahead of tomorrow’s media announcement.