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Get an iPhone 6s with no upfront payment with Maxis Zerolution

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If you’re thinking of getting a new iPhone, here’s another way of owning the device with the option of changing phones every year. Maxis has finally extended its Zerolution program to cover the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. With zero interest and zero upfront fees, you can own the latest Apple smartphone from RM100/month across a 24 months duration.

At the moment, the Zerolution program for the iPhone 6s/6s Plus is only for the entry-level 16GB storage version. On top of that, it is only eligible if you sign up with their higher commitment MaxisOne Plan 158 or 188. To refresh your memory, the iPhone 6s (16GB) is priced at RM3,199 while the equivalent iPhone 6s Plus version is priced at RM3,699.

iPhone 6s 16GB
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iPhone 6s Plus 16GB
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If you plan on switching phones after 12 months, you can opt in for the upgrade option at RM20/month, which is surprisingly cheaper than the typical RM30/month upgrade fee for other Android flagships. For greater peace of mind and to avoid paying potential penalties when upgrading, you can take up the RM15/month protection program that covers accidental damages and theft. In total, that’s RM135/month for the iPhone 6s and RM156/month for the iPhone 6s Plus, excluding your monthly plan commitment.

The Maxis Zerolution program is a refreshing way of owning a device without the hefty upfront payments that come with traditional postpaid contracts. The only downside, of course, is the limited choice of postpaid plans and phone models. If only it covers higher iPhone 6s models such as 64GB and 128GB, with the flexibility of selecting lower monthly commitment plans.

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The iPhone 6s Zerolution promo is available now and you can order directly from the Maxis Online Store. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can check out our iPhone 6s Plan comparison from our big 4 telcos.

Alexander Wong