- Maxis has recently jumped onto the metaverse bandwagon with its first-ever Virtual Telco Store on the metaverse, even though the project is still in its nascent stage.
- The company is planning to launch its own metaverse in line with its Rangkaian Kita Rangkaian Malaysia campaign.
- The Virtual Telco Store, named the Maxis Centre Decentraland, is a connected retail experience on the metaverse.
Maxis, the leading communications service provider in Malaysia, has recently ventured into the metaverse sector by launching its first-ever Virtual Telco Store on the metaverse named, The Maxis Centre Decentraland. The project, despite being in its early stage, is planning to launch its own metaverse.
This has come in line with its Rangkaian Kita Malaysia (RKRM) campaign. It has been revealed that the Maxis Centre Decentraland is going to be a connected retail experience on the metaverse. The users will be able to purchase Maxis’ products and services by utilizing the latest 3D technology and even buy collectible NFTs via collaboration with Malaysian artists.
In addition to this, it should be noted that there is a Hotlink wall and #BikinSampaiJadi content for customers to enjoy, while the project aims to provide customers with access to digital care via QR codes.
As we already mentioned the fact that the Maxis metaverse is still in its nascent stage, the company is targeted at providing a distinct destination for an immersive experience with interactions boasting engagement, relevancy, and rewards.
Essential services, enterprise solutions showcase, customer engagement, attracting talent, gaming, immersive education, and building an ecosystem of partnerships with multi-industry verticals are included in the project.
There is no limitations on who can visit the Maxis Centre Decentraland, as you only need to scan the QR code provided.