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Maxis steps into the metaverse to offer a glimpse into the future

Maxis has stepped into the metaverse through the Maxis Center Decentraland. While still in its initial stages, Maxis in the metaverse aims to provide a unique destination for an immersive experience with highly engaging, relevant and rewarding interactions.

As part of this exploratory phase, the carrier has unveiled a virtual telecom store at Maxis Center Decentraland, an online retail experience designed to benefit customers with specific offers. Users will be able to shop for Maxis products and services using the latest 3D technology, view and get ideas on how to transform their homes with Maxis Fiber powered Maxis home appliances, and even purchase collectible NFTs by collaborating with Malaysian artists. In addition, there is a Hotlink wall and #BikinSampaiJadi content for customers to enjoy. Customers will also be able to access digital care via QR codes.

Through the platform, Maxis offers a glimpse into the possibilities of what the future might look like from multiple perspectives – from core services, customer engagement, showcasing enterprise solutions, gaming, attracting talent, immersive education, and building an ecosystem of partnerships with multiple vertical industries.

This batch is in line with its Rangkaian Kita Rangkaian Malaysia (RKRM) campaign to serve all Malaysians in every possible way and at all times. RKRM is to enhance and deepen Maxis’ “always on top” brand purpose, driven by its evolution from a mobile communications provider to a digital communications and solutions expert who delivers solutions for every segment. A + M Contact Maxis for additional information.

Patrick Eyre, Maxis’ Chief Sales and Services Officer, said the metaverse reflects his brand purpose and Telco’s core value of “what is possible” as it expands minds for the possibilities of what it can do in the digital future to continue serving its customers in the best possible way. “This is just the beginning of an exciting digital journey and we look forward to more on this platform, so keep watching this space!” Patrick Eyre, Maxis’ chief sales and services officer, said:

According to a 2022 survey by Pew Research Center and Elon University’s Center for Internet Imagining, 54% of business leaders and tech innovators said the metaverse would be a more refined, engaging, and well-functioning aspect of the daily lives of half a billion people. or more people globally by 2040. By 2040, many more people are also expected to find the metaverse useful enough to access it daily than today, the survey found.

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