Fastest, strongest and widest network. You’ve probably heard the same marketing slogans from telcos but which is truly the most reliable in Malaysia?
To ensure that our telcos are up to mark, MCMC had conducted an extensive network performance exercise throughout 2016. Read on to find out which telco is the best for data and voice call quality.
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Chinese New Year is fast approaching and it’s also time for Ang Pow giving. For the year of the rooster, Maxis is adding a green twist to a Chinese tradition that would go a long way.
The larger iPhone 7 Plus is finally available with Maxis Zerolution. This ownership program allows you to own an iPhone 7 Plus with monthly instalments and with zero deposit upfront. It also gives you the option to swap phones hassle-free each year.
In addition to its free 8GB 4G weekend data, Hotlink Fast Prepaid is now offering free calls to 5 friendz. This is valid for 5 mobile numbers on Hotlink/Maxis network and if you’re on the new Hotlink Fast Prepaid plan.
It has been 4 years since 4G LTE was rolled out in Malaysia. It offered faster speeds and enabled Malaysians to do more on their smartphones.
Among the major players in Malaysia, Maxis is the first telco to offer 4G LTE and they have increased its 4G coverage footprint to cover 88% of the population. We recently caught up with Morten Bangsgaard, the Chief Technology Officer at Maxis to find out more about their network and where it’s heading.
Looking to make after-school education more accessible to the rural and urban poor, Maxis launches their “flagship” Corporate Responsibility program eKelas. This programme is designed to improve academic performance of students in the rural and urban poor communities in three core subjects.
If you’ve been experiencing dropped calls or delayed SMS/messaging in recent times, it’s probably because your telecommunication service provider (telco) is currently carrying out recalibration work on their base stations.
Most of these disruptions should be minor and primarily affect 2G customers. However if you’re experiencing prolonged service disruption, what do you do?
Well, the Consumer Forum of Malaysia (CFM) recommends that you call your telco.
Maxis is collaborating with Expedia in offering free data roaming passes for its postpaid customers. Just book a hotel room on Expedia to enjoy Free 1-day Maxis roaming pass worth RM38 with your trip.
The Huawei Mate 9 has finally landed in Malaysia with the retail price of RM2,699. If you prefer to get one on contract, Maxis is offering Huawei’s latest flagship from as low as RM72/month.
Hotlink has released what it claims to be its biggest internet pass yet. For RM50/month, you can get 17GB of internet plus 100 minutes of calls to any network.