An incentive to upgrade

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  • Thursday, 10 Sep 2015

Easy phone ownership: Dushyan says the new Maxis Zerolution makes it easier than ever for customers to buy the latest devices.

People who have been anxiously waiting to get their hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ can now buy their smartphone with zero cash upfront with Maxis Zerolution, a phone ownership programme that removes all the barriers, restrictions and hassles usually associated with phone contracts.

Now, customers just need to pay RM138 a month for the Galaxy Note 5 and RM156 a month for the Galaxy S6 Edge+, without being locked-in to a 24-month contract and upgrade their phone every year. The phones are now available via the Maxis Online Store at and all Maxis outlets nationwide.

The company says Maxis Zerolution is the first phone contract to combine zero cash upfront, zero penalties for changing plans, zero interest easy instalments with no credit card needed, and a “New Phone Every Year” feature, which enables customers to upgrade to a new phone every year.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Samsung Galaxy Note 5. 

“We’re excited to introduce the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ to our already extensive range of affordable smartphones. Together with the new Maxis Zerolution, we’re making it easier than ever for our customers to purchase the latest devices in the market. Now, they are able to own a phone without paying a single sen upfront and change their phone every year. They also have the freedom to switch between any Maxis postpaid plan at any time without paying any penalty fees,” said Maxis Consumer Business head Dushyan Vaithiyanathan.

The Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ comes with Maxis’ new MaxisONE plan, which now offers up to 8GB of data on Malaysia’s widest and fastest 4G LTE network. The new plans will also continue to offer truly limitless calls and SMS to any number in Malaysia, and now starts at an affordable RM98 a month.

For details on Maxis’ rate plans for the new Samsung devices, visit

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