Now that Maxis is offering the Xiaomi Redmi Note, along with Celcom and DiGi, let’s take a look at who’s got the better deal. All three telcos are offering the phablet from Xiaomi for a very low price – from RM0 for Maxis and DiGi and from RM38 for Celcom, but they all come with a 24 months contract so if you wish to sign up, you’d better pick the right package because you’ll need to use it for two whole years.
If you wish to get a Xiaomi Redmi Note but do not wish to wait for their weekly sales where you might or might not get one because there are a limited number of units, you can now purchase it from Maxis from as low as RM0. As usual, you’ll need to sign up for a contract under one of the telco’s new MaxisONE Plans.
Last week, Maxis introduced new MaxisONE Business postpaid plans catered at business users, and if you were wondering if you could sign up for phone bundles using these lines, of course you can. Like personal postpaid lines with Maxis, you can sign up for a contract and receive a brand new smartphone at a subsidised price.
It looks like something big will be happening soon on Maxis as the telco just posted a teaser with the hashtag #nextbigthing. However, what is the “next big thing”? Could it be a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or will it be the bigger iPhone 6? The telco wants you to take a guess while they’re warming up for “the most exciting workout of the year”.
Always wanted to try out DiGi’s network on your mobile phone but are afraid that the coverage might not be up to your expectation? DiGi recently opened up a trial program that allows you to sign up for its DG SmartPlan 50 or DG SmartPlan 78 and if you’re not happy with what they’re offering you, you can get a full refund. The catch?
It started off with the iPhone 5S but it looks like Maxis is slowly expanding its trade-in program to offer you the ability to buy more and more with a trade-in offer. You can now trade in your iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, S4, Xperia Z1, and more, to purchase the new HTC One (M8) and yes, you will still get to enjoy a further discount of RM400 with the on-going Merdeka promotion.
Maxis today unveiled a brand new all-in-one internet plan for its business users called the MaxisONE Business. Like the MaxisOne Plans for personal use, MaxisONE Business comes with Limitless calls and SMS from as low as RM78 a month. On top of that, the more expensive MaxisONE Business plans even come with business grade services such as 24/7 dedicated customer service, mobile device management and more.
If you’ve always wanted to get your hands on Xiaomi Redmi Note, then look no further because Celcom and DiGi are now offering the phablet when you sign up for a contract with the telcos. Retailing at RM509, Celcom is offering the device from as low as RM38 while DiGi is offering it from as low as RM0.