Pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge with Maxis and get a free Gear S2 Classic


Maxis is the first to the gun in terms of local telcos offering the new Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. While Samsung is running its own pre-order offer, the green telco has its very own too. It’s throwing in a free Gear S2 Classic Platinum watch (worth MYR1,899) with every purchase. You can also buy it via the excellent Zerolution device program.

Samsung’s best smartphone to date – the Galaxy S7 edge retails at MYR3,099 (incl. GST) and you can buy this outright from Maxis, or take up its full Zerolution offer, which will come up to about MYR167/month, for 24 months. An alternative is to buy it with a MaxisONE device plan.

The great thing about Zerolution is that there’s no upfront fee, no lock-in period, zero penalties and 0% interest charged. You can also uprade to a new phone every year by returning the old phone in good working condition after 12 months.

If you do not plan to upgrade every year, the Zerolution plan can be as low as just MYR114/month (excl. GST) over 24 months.

For more info on Zerolution, visit this page.

This offer is available with the MaxisONE Plan 158 or MaxisONE Plan 188. In the event that you downgrade your plan half-way through, a downgrade fee of MYR1,000 will be levied.

The free Samsung Gear S2 Classic Platinum offer is an online store exclusive (while stocks last), however, you can opt to purchase it without the watch too. This is applicable to MaxisONE plan 98 and above.

Maxis offers free delivery for all orders.

The Galaxy S7 edge is available in three colours – Black, White and Gold, and will officially hit stores on 18 March 2016.

If you need a reason to grab the Galaxy S7 edge, we give you 7. 

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