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CompAsia Ties With Maybank EzyPay To Launch ‘ReNew+’

CompAsia Ties With Maybank EzyPay to Launch ReNew+
Regional IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) company, ComputerAsia Sdn Bhd ( brandname CompAsia ), unveiled a smart ownership programme called ‘ReNew+’ to fundamentally change the way people buy and own their smartphones in Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines.

The introduction of ‘ReNew+’ marked a rare pioneering move ever undertaken by an ITAD company to penetrate and compete in the new smartphone devices markets in these countries.

Get New Smartphone Every Year with ReNew+

CompAsia Ties With Maybank EzyPay to Launch ReNew+
With the maiden launch of ‘ReNew+’, CompAsia has just made buying a new smartphone every year more affordable.

This smarter upgrade programme unleashes its first product offering – it allows customers in Malaysia to pay only a low monthly fee for a new iPhone 7s or 7+ and also allows them to trade them in after 12 months of payments to get the next generation iPhone without the hassle of any upgrading or termination fees.

Customers are required to purchase the latest iPhones from CompAsia‘s online store ( ) or from the participating stores of its collaborating partners.

Tied to MayBank’s EzyPay that offers an interest-free instalment plan of up to 24 months, this robust upgrade programme allows eligible customers purchase the new iPhones using Maybank’s credit cards.

CompAsia Ties With Maybank EzyPay to Launch ReNew+

With low monthly payments and no upfront payment, ‘ReNew+’ also comes bundled with ‘Phone Guard’ that provides a one-year free protection for cracked screens.

In a nutshell, ReNew+ is uniquely designed to provide a smarter choice for owners who want to upgrade their high end smartphones every year. However unlike other traditional plans offered by local carriers, ReNew+ is uniquely carrier- independent as it frees users from having to be locked to a single carrier for two years.

This super-flexible upgrade plan simply allows owners the freedom to choose new carriers or even continue with current ones.

More significantly, users are also free to switch carriers even after 12 months without the hassle of getting out of a carrier’s specific two-year plan.

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