Now that Maxis has finally revamped its MaxisONE postpaid plans to offer more data than before while maintaining the same unlimited calls and SMS to all networks, how does it compare to the rest of the postpaid plans in the market? Here’s an updated list of postpaid plans offered in Malaysia by the four major […]
Maxis has just added another device to its newly announced Zerolution device plan, the Lenovo Vibe Shot. Get the device from as low as RM80 a month, and change to a new phone after 12 months with no extra cost at all.
Maxis Introduces new Maxis Zerolution Device Plans with Zero Upfront, Zero Interest and Zero Penalty
On top of new MaxisONE postpaid plans, Maxis also introduced a new Maxis Zerolution that lets you get a brand new smartphones with RM0 upfront, 0% interest, and zero penalties when you change to a new device after 12 months.
Maxis recently teamed up with Microsoft to offer Office 365 to its MaxisONE Business solution suite. Together, both companies wish to help SMEs improve productivity through a cost-efficient, technology driven package.
For those of you who’ve been waiting to see what Maxis has got up its sleeves for the OnePlus 2, here it is. The telco is now giving you a chance to secure an invite to get the “2016 Flagship Killer”.
Maxis is currently having a Mystery Monday contest that lets you stand a chance to win some prizes when you purchase a smartphone from their online store. It is valid for every Mondays starting from today, and the prizes include gadgets from brands like Beats by Dr. Dre, and Jawbone.
Just hours after OnePlus took the curtains off the OnePlus 2, the 2016 flagship killer, Maxis is now teasing the device saying that it’s coming. There are no details at the moment, but it looks like Malaysians won’t have to wait too long to get the device.
It looks like Maxis has quietly introduced a new postpaid plan called MaxisGO. At only RM48 a month, significantly cheaper than its main postpaid plan – MaxisONE, MaxisGO comes with free calls and SMS, as well as up to 2GB of free data.
Maxis recently launched a website to demonstrate how reliable their 4G LTE network is. Available at this link, the website shows the average internet speed right now, and the speed across various places around the country.
Good news for Maxis SurfMore subscribers, the telco has finally decided to reduce the price of its data add-on, allowing you to get 1GB of data for only RM15. This new price is more than 50% cheaper than what was offered before.
As the demand for broadband Internet goes higher, so does the speed. It seems like the telco have starting to recognize the demand (properly) and here is yet another proof: Maxis has quietly begin to offer 100 Mbps of Internet speed under its Fibre Internet plan.
[Update: Free Data for SurfMore 50 Too] Maxis Offering 1GB of Internet Free for 6 Months When you Sign Up for a MaxisONE Plan with 1GB Add-On Data
Update: Maxis is offering 2GB of data for free for 6 months for its SurfMore 50 subscribers too. Details after the break. If you need more data on your MaxisONE postpaid plan, buy an extra 1GB of data and Maxis will give you an additional 1GB of data free for 6 months.
Maxis has just launched a voice pack on Waze navigation app called Safe Mode Kids, featuring voices from Malaysian children. Available immediately, the new feature is more than just a voice pack, it aims at keeping drivers safe, especially during this festive season.
Maxis Now Offering Free 10,400mAh Powerbank for Every Device Purchase with a Plan on its Online Store
Maxis is now offering a 10,400mAh powerbank for free when you purchase a device with a plan on its online store. This offer is valid for every devices offered on its Online Store, except for the Samsung Galaxy S6, which gets its own freebie including a clear cover and battery pack.
For those of you who wish to get a new phone, but do not wish to sign up for a contract, our local telcos offers contract-free prepaid bundles, which comes with discounts, as well as free internet.
Maxis is looking for volunteers to voice a new Safe Mode for Waze, although there is a slight catch to the whole deal. Instead of adults, the company is instead looking to have children aged between 4 and 12 for a very interesting plan.