Maxis Adds More Excitement To Deepavali Festivities

Exciting activities and promotions in conjunction with the Deepa Oli 2013 Carnival
Shoppers stand a chance to win attractive prizes, including flight tickets to local and international destinations

This Deepavali, customers of Maxis Berhad (Maxis), and Hotlink can look forward to an exciting array of activities specially lined up to add to the upcoming holiday cheer through the Deepa Oli 2013 Carnival. From beauty contests and cooking competitions, to concerts featuring popular artistes and lucky draws, the public is invited to participate in the many activities which will be held throughout the Carnival.

Besides special sales activities and promotions with selected local traders, some of the key activities lined up include a ‘Shop and Win’ Lucky Draw. Shoppers stand a chance to win a variety of attractive prizes, including flight tickets to local and international destinations such as Kochi, Kolkata and Tiruchirappali in India, Phuket in Thailand and also Malaysia’s very own island paradise, Langkawi.

The Maxis and Hotlink Deepa Oli 2013 Carnival will take place in four locations throughout the country in the month of October, namely:

Little India Penang (1 – 31 October)
Little India Klang (22 – 31 October)
Little India Ipoh (23 – 31 October)
Little India Johor Bahru (12 – 31 October).

Customers visiting Little India Penang and Little India Klang on 26 and 27 October, and 30 and 31 October respectively, will be able to enjoy the Hotlink Deepa Oli Concert, featuring two well-known comedians from India, Vadiveloo Ganesh and Elumalai.

T. Kugan, Maxis’ Head Digital Services, said, “As with previous years, Hotlink is pleased to be a part of the celebrations by offering our customers exciting rewards and activities, through our Hotlink Deepa Oli 2013 carnival. Our participation in activities like this gives us the opportunity to reach out to and further strengthen our relationship with not just our Indian customers but also with the community at large, during this auspicious occasion in the Hindu calendar.”

“At Maxis, we take pride in being able to connect people through communication services and thus enhancing family and community ties. By adding more value to people’s lives, we aim to make this year’s celebration even more meaningful,” added Kugan. 

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