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
The 2018 World Cup is now down to the final 16 teams and it’s time for the knockout stage. If you’re wondering where and when the matches will be shown live in Malaysian time, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the latest schedule and a recap of the best ways to watch the matches live on your smartphone and TV.
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The 2018 World Cup in Russia is happening right now. If you’re looking for the best way to watch live matches on your smartphone and TV in Malaysia, we have compiled our top tips and tricks to get the best experience. Whether it is RTM or Astro, here’s everything you need to know.
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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.
If you missed last month’s first sale, the Huawei P20 Pro in Twilight is now available throughout Malaysia. This is Huawei’s top of the line triple-camera flagship smartphone that comes with a purple-blue-green gradient paint job.
A family that travels together stays together. If you’re traveling overseas, Maxis is now offering unlimited roaming for your entire family with its new Maxis FamilyRoam pass. Essentially, you only need to pay the cost of roaming for one person and all lines under your account will get to enjoy the same roaming perks for data, calls and SMS.
It was recently revealed that MCMC had instructed Malaysian telcos to block undi.info, a live election results site, for a couple of hours. Project Sinar which had closely monitored several election and political related websites have shown evidence that undi.info was blocked on TM and Maxis via DNS hijacking.
Last Friday, MCMC had issued a statement on the matter and they acknowledged that a blockade was issued due to “complaints received”.
Last Wednesday evening was quite a tense as Malaysians are eager to find out who won GE14. Since the official numbers were not released as quickly as expected, many had relied on online sources to keep tabs on the results.
One of such sites is undi.info which was managed by MalaysiaKini. Halfway through the night, the site suddenly became inaccessible and it had to be accessed through an alternative link. According to SinarProject, they have discovered attempts to restrict access to undi.info for a couple of hours.