Maxis would like to inform its Hotlink prepaid customers that it will be embarking on a system upgrading exercise in two phases, of which the first phase will commence on 22 April 2019.
Maxis Spreads Festive Cheer For Kinabalu Malim Association Members
Photo 1: Over 100 members of the Mount Kinabalu Guides Association and their families gathered at Maxis’ Christmas event held at Kinabalu Park, Kundasang
The earthquake that hit Ranau, Sabah in June this year saw Malaysians come together in a true spirit of giving. Recognising the bravery of mountain guides and their plight of having their livelihood impacted by the tragedy, Maxis decided to ease their burden by helping out in conjunction with the festivities.
On 15 December, approximately 250 members of the Mount Kinabalu Guides Association and their families were Guests-of-Honour at a Christmas event held at Kinabalu Park, Kundasang. During the event, Maxis distributed school uniforms to 100 members with school going children. In addition, a donation of RM10,000 was contributed to the Association. Melvin Jeffrine Mojinun, Maxis Head of Sabah Region presented the cheque to the Association’s Chairman, Mr Richard Soibi.
“After the earthquake, many companies had come forward to help us. This time, it was different. Maxis was the first company to extend the contribution to children of our members by giving the school uniforms, which is timely, and we really appreciate their gesture,” said Richard.
“When we heard about how the guides saved so many people during the Sabah earthquake, it inspired us to reach out and personally thank them for their bravery and efforts. In the spirit of the festive season, this was the perfect time to celebrate with them as well as their families. We hope that our contribution to the Association will go a long way towards helping them in organising activities for its members,” said Melvin.
Earlier in July, Maxis also distributed 20 units of 400-gallon water tanks to earthquake victims in 10 villages in Kundasang.
Photo 2: Spending time with Kinabalu mountain guides at Maxis’ Christmas charity do. (From right - Melvin Jeffrine Mojinun, Maxis Head of Sabah Region and the mountain guides)
Photo 3: Maxis distributed school uniforms for the children of the mountain guides during the event. (From right - Mariam Bevi Batcha, Head of Corporate Affairs and Melvin Jeffrine Mojinun, Maxis Head of Sabah Region)
Photo 4: Maxis contributed RM10,000 to Richard Soibi, Chairman, Mount Kinabalu Guides Association. (From Left, Mariam Bevi Batcha, Head of Corporate Affairs and Melvin Jeffrine Mojinun, Maxis Head of Sabah Region)
Following its immensely successful Fibrenation campaign in August last year, Maxis continues to elevate its fibre broadband experience with three new superfast Internet speeds – 300Mbps, 500Mbps and 800Mbps – available for both consumer and businesses from today, on top of the existing 30Mbps and 100Mbps plans.
Maxis Berhad (Maxis) delivered a steady performance for Q1 2019, bouncing back from the impact of one-off costs in Q4 associated with its growth strategy.