Maxis is currently having a promo for its all-in-one MaxisONE Prime offering. It was launched last month with a starting price of RM367/month and it gives you true unlimited high-speed data for both the home and while on the go.
As part of its Year End Sale promo, Maxis is offering a free speed upgrade where you can get 50Mbps at the price of a 30Mbps plan.
TM isn’t the only one dishing out price cuts for its broadband plans. If you’re looking for an alternative, Maxis is also slashing its MaxisONE Home broadband plans to as low as RM119/month as part of their year end sales.
The Maxis Zerolution program allows anyone to own a brand new smartphone with easy monthly instalments and RM0 upfront. On top of that, you can swap phones every 12 months hassle-free for an extra monthly fee.
Now it appears that Maxis has stopped offering iPhones on Zerolution and if you plan to get one from Maxis, you’ll need to take up a standard contract plan.
The iPhone X will land in Malaysia officially on 24 November 2017. To secure your unit ahead of everyone else, Maxis will be accepting pre-orders for the latest iPhone beginning this Friday, 17 November at the stroke of midnight.
Maxis’s fully digital sub-brand, ookyo, is now offering an offer that you can’t resist. In a bid to get more people to experience its unlimited internet experience, you can get a free SIM and one month of usage for only RM1. Actually, RM1.06 including GST to be exact.
Maxis CEO, Morten Lundal will be leaving the company after almost 5 years on the job. He joined Maxis in 2013 and had played a major role in transforming Maxis into what it is today. He will be leaving Maxis on 31 March 2018.
Hotlink is now dishing out virtually unlimited data for Facebook with its latest Free Fast Facebook offer for a year. This is applicable if you pick up a new Hotlink FAST or Hotlink Super starter pack and activate an eligible internet pass by end of this year.
Maxis has introduced its second all-in-one 4G postpaid device offering with its new NeXT X1. This is an upgraded product compared to its previous NeXT M1 as it comes with a better phone and with more data.
Mobile data has become more crucial for Malaysians. According to Maxis’ Q3 2017 report, an average Maxis customer uses an average of 7.5GB/month and over at East Malaysia (Sabah/Sarawak), it’s a staggering average of 12GB/month. They added that data traffic on their 4G LTE network has tripled over the past year and it is expected to rise even further.
Mobile data on smartphones are crucial these days and telcos around the world are offering more data to keep up with rising demand. Over the years, the cost of data has come down significantly while telcos have continued with their expansion of their 4G coverage.
So which telco has the best network in the country? If you’re curious, OpenSignal has published its latest findings in its State of Mobile Networks: Malaysia report that’s dated October 2017.
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