[Update] Post updated with more details after the break Maxis has just introduced a new plan called MaxisONE Share, which allows MaxisONE plan users to share their limitless calls and SMS with a supplementary line.
Two men threw fit at Menara Maxis when they were able to buy only two Maxis VIP numbers instead of ten. In their rage, they threatened the sales representative then proceeded to splashing yellow paint at the service counter area.
Maxis has just released the details to its OnePlus One device bundle. The OnePlus One will retail at RM1,199 when it lands on our shores starting tomorrow, 22 April 2015, but the telco is offering it at only RM859 when you sign up for a contract with their MaxisONE postpaid plan.
Maxis has just opened up its trade-in program to offer the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. If you have an old smartphone lying around the house that you don’t use anymore, the telco is offering from RM200 to RM950 in trade-in value, allowing you to get the Galaxy Note 4 from as low as RM749.
Recently, Maxis approached us with a very interesting proposition. Alongside a few other publications, the local telco wanted us to really test out its “no bill shocks” promise for its customers, which is a statement made as part of its 2015 “Unmatched Customer Experience” programme. We were told we could do virtually anything we wanted […]
Maxis has recently been promoting its “zero bill shock promise” which promises that customers will not be charged for data consumption that they did not use. This has now been followed up with a new video featuring a room full of children that are unable to understand simple instructions, and an unattended smartphone.
OnePlus will be holding a fan gathering in Kuala Lumpur on 24 April, only a couple of days after the OnePlus One officially arrives in Malaysia. Naturally, the event will happen at the Maxis headquarters in KLCC as the telco has exclusive rights to the smartphone.
Maxis has introduced a new way for gamers to buy online game credits in the form of Hotlink Game Credits. This essentially allows the reload codes from Hotlink to not only serve as credit for phone calls, but to also become in-game cash.
Maxis’ revolutionary new screen protector is now in stock at Storekini. Additionally it is giving away the first 20 units of the Screen Savour absolutely free; no shipping charges, no GST, no payment made at all.
Malaysian consumers may not have a lot to cheer about these days, as the onset of GST in less than two days painting a gloomy picture for all of us. However, there is something to be happy about, and it’s from an unlikely source: the “necessary evils” that are our local telcos.
Maxis has put out a video promotional video for its latest offering, a screen protector that allows users to taste food just by licking images. The Screen Savour is exclusive to the Maxis online store, and will also be bundled free with the first 100 phones bought between 1 and 7 April.
Maxis has just launched a new rewards program called the MaxisONE Club Elite. As its name suggests, it’s an exclusive loyalty program that offers VIP treatment and first-class services for its customers with high spending and good payment record.
Heading on to Sepang International Circuit to catch the F1 race this weekend? Good news if you’re a Maxis or Hotlink subscriber, the telco is offering free Wi-Fi connection for you from 27 to 29 March 2015.
At around the same time that we received the official invite for the official launch of Samsung’s latest Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, Maxis also made a few interesting announcements in its latest teaser on its Facebook page.
If you thought that a starting price of RM78 per month is too high for the MaxisONE plan, here’s a new plan that costs only RM58 a month: the MaxisONE plan start. The plan is similar to the MaxisONE plan lite with limitless usage, however it comes with less data…a lot less.
Frustrated with SMS that tells you you’ve been charged a certain amount of money for a service that you didn’t subscribe to? It looks like Maxis will be taking action on such unscrupulous content providers. The telco has just suspended a company after receiving numerous complaints from users.
Hotlink is currently having a promotion that offers you 100% extra data when you purchase selected monthly internet passes from the telco. The catch? The free data is only available for night owls.
Apple recently revised its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus prices in Malaysia, increasing them by up to RM200, and it looks like Maxis is the first local telco to reflect these new prices in its iPhone device bundle. You can now get an iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus from as low as RM809 […]
Maxis is currently having a data add-on promotion that offers you 200MB of data and unlimited chat on WhatsApp for only RM18. This promotion is available starting today and will run until 31 May 2015. The catch? It is only available for selected Maxis subscribers.
If you’ve ever been kind of bummed because Maxis’ trade-in program does not allow you to buy an iPhone, don’t be because you can now get an iPhone 6 or an iPhone 6 Plus by trading in your old iPhone, Samsung, Sony or HTC smartphone.