One club, so many rewards


Hot on the heels of the Samsung Galaxy SIII and Apple iPhone 4S phenomenal deals, Maxis One Club now offers yet another sensational deal - the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 from as low as Rm699.

With prices starting from just RM699, you can now own one of the most coveted gadgets as well as a free Loker account with 25Gb personal storage space through Maxis Cloud.


Maxis price plan options for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1:



 

Maxis One Club members are no stranger to great discounts. Customers who have been with Maxis (postpaid) for more than a year with a minimum monthly commitment of RM150 and above are automatically accorded Club membership. On top of exclusive rewards, members also enjoy priority customer service and affinity programmes.


This exclusive offer is available at all Maxis Centres and participating Maxis Exclusive Partner stores nationwide, and is valid until September 30.To find out more about deals on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 and other devices, or to enquire about membership eligibility, click here or call 1 800 82 1123.





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