Maxis Customers Get Paid Up To RM60 Million Cashback When They Shop Online With Maxis ShopBack


Over 2 million Maxis postpaid customers can now get paid RM30 cash when they sign up for a Maxis ShopBack account and make their first transaction from over 500 online stores on ShopBack by 17 September 2017. Customers can get cashback from purchases on almost anything, ranging from flights, hotel stays, groceries, apparels, to food delivery and rides. In addition, Maxis customers can earn up to 50% extra cashback and enjoy exclusive deals from selected partners.

So, how much can customers actually earn from Maxis ShopBack? Below is a breakdown of how much a typical young working executive who likes to shop and travel could earn cashback of up to RM162.60 and a married man with family could easily earn cashback of up to RM317.50:

“Statistics reveal that Malaysians are spending more than ever online. The number of online transactions continues to increase with Malaysia having the highest penetration of online shoppers [1] [2]. We worked with ShopBack to add value to our customers through these exclusive deals, and appreciate the support of all our partners who are just as passionate in giving customers a truly differentiated shopping experience,” said Dushyan Vaithiyanathan, Maxis’ Head of Consumer Business.

Here’s how customers can start earning from their Maxis ShopBack account:

Sign up for a Maxis ShopBack account at (Existing ShopBack customers need to sign up for a new Maxis ShopBack account to enjoy these extra benefits)
Select a store and be redirected to the website or app to complete your online shopping
Get cashback in your Maxis ShopBack account
Customers can then choose to cash out their cash earned or use it to pay their Maxis bill

Until 17 September 2017, Maxis ShopBack customers will also get to enjoy these extra benefits:

2x Free Grab rides (worth RM5 each) – Customers can get the promo code from Maxis’ campaign banner on the ShopBack app
6% upsized cashback at Uniqlo’s online store
Exclusive free gift with any purchase from Sephora
To find out more about how customers can get paid for shopping online with Maxis ShopBack, view the video here



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