As you might know, a top-tier smartphone such as the Samsung Galaxy Note series can easily cost more than RM 3000. However, its value doesn’t sustain over time though and would substantially depreciate especially once their successor comes into the market.
Case in point: the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 which costs RM 3,999 at launch can now be obtained for as low as RM 2,499 just as its successor, the Galaxy Note 9 enters the market and that’s for a new unit. A used device would be valued at even less which means that you might have to fork out a substantial amount of money to upgrade to the next flagships even after you trade in your 2018 top-of-the-line model.
Not to forget, there is also a constant risk of accidental damages. While you can greatly mitigate the risk of phone damages by obtaining a good casing and screen protector but at times, even they are not able to save phone’s screen from being shattered or damaged by falls and liquid.
These damages are not exactly cheap to be repaired and in the worst case scenario, thousands of Ringgit investments on a flagship phone could vanish in a snap by having it stolen. Now, here comes Zerolution360 into the picture.
Zerolution360 is not your common installment plan.
It is an all-inclusive device leasing plan.
With Zerolution360, customers can obtain their dream flagship phone without the need to break their bank at the point of purchase. This is because they don’t have to pay thousands of Ringgit as upfront payment fee which is very common with most installment scheme out there.
Not only that, the monthly fee for Zerolution360 actually costs less than the other installment option by Maxis, Zerolution. Here is an example for the newly released Samsung Galaxy Note 9:
If that’s not enough, Zerolution360 also allow customers to switch their phone every year. Of course, there is an upgrade fee involved but then again, Maxis actually reduces this fee every quarter. The fee can even be waived altogether if customers hold on their phones for 24 months in which they can then move on to another flagship without the need to pay any upgrade fee.
Moving on might be tough especially when you find yourself become so attached to a very good device but when it comes to smartphones, nothing last forever. Aside from the depreciating value that we’ve mentioned earlier, every smartphone has its own lifespan and frankly speaking, there is no real reason to keep outdated phones around few years down the road unless you are a collector.
Zerolution360 comprehensive device protection scheme provides peace of mind.
The biggest difference that Zerolution360 has brought to the table as compared to other installment plan is its protection scheme. Even the Basic Coverage is already impressive enough with its immediate 1-fo-1 replacement regardless of whether customers’ phone was totaled or stolen. Maxis would even pick up customers’ broken phone and send it back to them once it has been repaired.
The Premium Coverage which costs additional RM 10 per month strengthen the deal even further as customers will be provided with loaner unit while they wait for their device to be repaired. However, it is likely that they don’t have to use the loan phone for long though since Premium Coverage customers will be able to receive their phone once again as fast as 24 hours or 2 hours if they need a full replacement.
The role of smartphones has changed so much these days that they not only help connect users to their friends and family but also other vital parts of their life: work schedule and emails, financial matters, transportation, and even food. Hence, the protection scheme provided by Maxis Zerolution360 which include quick service turnaround is quite a big deal as it is rather hard to get things done without a smartphone these days even just for a short while.
So, there you have it. Maxis Zerolution360 not only enables customers out there to obtain flagship smartphones easily but also provides an upgrade opportunity down the road as well as peace of mind through its comprehensive protection program. To learn more, just head on to Maxis official website.
Disclosure: this article is sponsored by Maxis.