Apple Mobile

Maxis 24 Hours Everywhere Express will deliver your iPhone 7 order within 24 hours, anywhere

Queuing up is so passé. Back for the third year running, Maxis 24 Hour Everywhere Express will guarantee you receive you iPhone 7 order on launch day – 14 October, no matter where you are in Malaysia.

Just like last year, Maxis will ensure all pre-orders are delivered within 24 hours.

Alternatively, you can also opt to self-collect at participating Maxis centres near you. Expecting a surge in demand for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, Maxis has expanded self-collection locations to over 100 locations nationwide, covering every major town in every state.

According to a source close to Maxis, customers can even opt to avoid driving to or parking at self-collection centers this year.

All Maxis iPhone 7 pre-order customers will receive a unique UBER discount code with their order confirmation, redeemable for discounted rides to and from their chosen collection location.

Pre-orders start at 12.01AM this Friday, 7 October 2016. This will take place at the Maxis Online Store.

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Important notes

Importantly, please have your Maxis Online ID ready before you make your pre-order. If you haven’t already done so, you can register for one here.

Also, if you’re a port-in customer, you’ll need to complete your port-in before 12.01AM, 7 October in order to pre-order your iPhone 7. You can do this at the nearest Maxis centre.

Alongside the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will also be available for purchase.

Authorised Apple reseller Machines as well as online marketplace GemFIVE had earlier leaked pricing for the new Apple smartphones.

  • iPhone 7 32GB – MYR3,199
  • iPhone 7 128GB – MYR3,699
  • iPhone 7 256GB – MYR4,199
  • iPhone 7 Plus 32GB – MYR3,799
  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB – MYR4,299
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB – MYR4,799

Check Maxis’ website for official pricing details at midnight.

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