When SST took effect starting 1 September 2018, many prepaid users in Malaysia were unhappy that their reloads carry less value due to the 6% tax deduction. A RM10 reload would only give you RM9.43 of credit.
Lim Guan Eng had mentioned that prepaid was excluded from SST and telcos should give RM10 value for RM10 of top up. However, telcos had started deducting taxes to comply with the Sales & Services Tax Act 2018.
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There are a number of “Malaysians” that are at risk. Over the years, the population of our very own orangutans, tapirs and tigers are shrinking tremendously thanks to the action of human beings.
In conjunction with this year’s Merdeka, Maxis has collaborated with the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (PERHILITAN) to launch the “Endangered Malaysians” campaign. This project aims to support the conservation of endangered animals that are at risk in Malaysia.
Yesterday Maxis had announced their new affordable fibre broadband plans for both home and business users. Not only it’s significantly cheaper than before but Maxis has undercut other broadband players when it comes to unlimited fibre broadband offering.
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Maxis has finally revealed its new fibre broadband plans which are now more affordable than before. Following TM’s price reduction announcement, Maxis has slashed its broadband prices by 36%-65% and you can enjoy 30Mbps broadband with unlimited quota for less than RM100.
Hotlink is offering 61GB high-speed Internet for free, all day as part of the HotlinkMU GIGA Sale in conjunction with Malaysia’s 61st Merdeka celebration. To unlock the 61GB free data, Hotlink subscribers just need to purchase any HotlinkMU GIGA product via the Hotlink RED App. The offer is exclusive for purchases made through the app only so you won’t be able to get free data offer elsewhere.
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Today, Maxis launched Zerolution360. As its name would suggest, it is the green telco’s new phone ownership/membership program that allows you to trade upfront payments for monthly installments. However, it doesn’t replace Zerolution. Instead, Zerolution360 will exist alongside it, while also being more affordable.
Here are three things you need to know about it
Remember Maxis NeXT, the smartphone ownership program that offers a device, a postpaid plan and a hassle-free device protection for one fixed price? Maxis has just introduced a new option and this time they are bundling the Samsung Galaxy J4 for only RM68/month with a 2 year contract.
Maxis is the lead broadcast sponsor for RTM’s coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Out of the 41 matches available, 28 matches will be shown live while 13 will be delayed.
Apart from supporting the live telecast on free-to-air channels, Maxis is also enabling its subscribers to catch the biggest sporting event live anytime and anywhere on their mobile device. They have partnered with Astro to offer special World Cup Passes with free data.
Remember that massive data breach where over 46 million Malaysian mobile phone numbers were leaked? Communications and Multimedia minister Gobind Singh Deo does, and he has revealed that he will be looking into that as well as several other incidents that have happened recently in this space. Read the rest of this entry »
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