Maxis postpaid customers are in for a pleasant surprise. The telco is upgrading all Maxis postpaid (formerly MaxisOne) plans, arming them with up to two times the original monthly data quota, at no extra cost to the customer. The annoying weekday-weekend data split has also been scrapped.
While convergence champion Telekom Malaysia (TM) continues to try to get its act together, rivals are seemingly doing a better job in executing new, more value-packed broadband plans. Maxis, who introduced the unique all-in-one – MaxisONE Prime plan last October is now upping the ante further by lowering the barrier of entry to its refreshed converged plan.
Fact: Young Malaysians change their mobile phones every 12-18 months. But telco contracts usually tie you down for 24 months. Hence, you’re stuck with an old phone by the time you serve out your contract. Well, here’s some brilliant news. Maxis announced today its Zerolution program – a breakthrough phone ownership program that lets you upgrade to a new phone, every single year.
Maxis recently introduced the MaxisONE plan – its most worry-free plan to date, bringing limitless talk and text, ‘always on’ internet and flat rate international roaming. The breakthrough plan is devised for customers who want “freedom to communicate” – to call and text without worrying about the month-end bill.