Tis The Season To Be Connected!

schedule 17 Dec 2013

Maxis offers free devices with monthly commitment from as low as RM56
HTC One for just RM799 with monthly commitment fee of RM96
All plans come bundled with Mobile Internet

Looking for that perfect Christmas present for a loved one or even for yourself? With the festive season already in full swing, there’s even more reason to be connected with friends and family with attractive smartphone deals and low monthly commitment from Maxis. Among the devices on offer include free Samsung Galaxy Y Neo and Huawei Ascend Y511 with a TalkMore 28 plan bundled with Mobile Internet, with a low monthly commitment of just RM56 and RM76 respectively.

Meanwhile, Phone of the Year HTC One is going for RM799 with a TalkMore 48 plan which comes bundled with a 1GB of Mobile Internet, at a monthly commitment of RM96. Customers can also get their hands on the Samsung Galaxy Ace III for just RM149 by signing up for the TalkMore 28 plan and pay a monthly commitment fee of only RM76.

Dushyan Vaithiyanathan, Maxis’ Head of Consumer Business said, “Our special festive season deals will give our customers the opportunity to stay connected with the latest devices at attractive value and with low commitment fees. What’s more is that our plans come bundled with Mobile Internet. This is also a special time to celebrate with friends and family so hopefully it will make it easier for them in their Christmas shopping!”


Below are the full details on Maxis’ smartphone offer:

Smartphone Model
Samsung Galaxy Y Neo Huawei Ascend Y511
Samsung Galaxy Ace III
Offer Price
Rate Plan
TalkMore 28
TalkMore 28
TalkMore 28
Data Plan
200MB 1GB 1GB 1GB
Monthly Commitment
Contract Period
24 months
24 months
24 months
24 months

The Maxis’ smartphone offer will run until 28 February 2014 and is available at all Maxis Centres and outlets nationwide. For more information, please visit www.maxis.com.my.



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