We know how it feels to wring our hands in anticipation of our phone bills after travelling abroad. What if we accidentally got on the wrong roaming network? What if we made/took one too many calls? Nobody likes returning home to the nightmare of a massive phone bill racked up on their travels!

Well, travellers, this should offer you some relief 🙂

Source: businessdestinations.com
Source: businessdestinations.com

Maxis has introduced MaxisONE World, a plan that allows MaxisONE postpaid customers to take their subscription with them overseas and use it just as they do at home.


Unlimited talk and text and all the data that comes with your MaxisONE plan can now be used overseas. On top of that, MaxisONE World customers will get 500MB of free high speed roaming quota every day.


The MaxisONE World’s true worry-free promise for just RM38/day:

  • Zero charges for making all calls and SMS while traveling.
  • Zero charges for receiving calls from anyone anywhere in the world.
  • Zero charges all day for any commonly used travel apps – Maps, search, messaging, video.
  • Zero chance of accidentally roaming on the wrong network and incurring high roaming charges.
  • Zero worries with travel insurance covering delays, theft, accidents and other inconveniences.
  • Zero charges for high-speed data while roaming.

And additional 500MB roaming data free everyday.

Also, to make the total travel experience even more worry-free, MaxisONE World comes with free travel protection wherever you roam – Malaysia’s first. So should there be any delays, lost luggage, theft, personal accidents or any other troubles during your trip – MaxisONE World has got you covered.

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Here’s how customers can switch on the MaxisONE World pass:

  1. Reach your destination.
  2. Switch on Data Roaming via your phone settings.
  3. Chillax.

In the first phase, the MaxisONE World pass will cover MaxisONE plan customers traveling to 8 ASEAN countries namely Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, Brunei, Philippines, Cambodia and Laos. Very soon Maxis will be adding other Asia Pacific countries to the list for the MaxisONE World pass.


For more information, visit www.maxis.com.my/oneworld.

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