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 Launches New Maxis Centre In AEON Mall, Kuching Central
Maxis now has 10 Maxis Centres in Sarawak, following the launch of its latest retail outlet last week in Kuching Central. This brings the number of modernised Maxis Centres nationwide to 63. Besides the Maxis Centres, there are 197 Maxis Exclusive Partners nationwide, of which eight are located in Sarawak.
Commenting on the opening of the latest store, Alexius Bong, Maxis’ Head of Sarawak region said, “We are extremely excited about the launch of our new Maxis Centre, which is timely as it will serve our customers’ fast growing needs for mobile Internet and lifestyle services. The centre will offer attractive plans and solutions such as MaxisONE Prime, Hotlink Postpaid Flex, home fiber internet services, as well as smart devices and accessories for both individual and enterprise customers. These are readily available through our ‘easy-to-own’ and ‘worry-free’ programmes like Zerolution. Our customers in Sarawak use on average of more than 9GB of data a month, a clear indication of how much they love the Internet. To provide our customers with the best experience, we continue to invest in our No.1 4G LTE network which now covers more than 40 towns, including interior towns in Sarawak.”
For a limited time only, customers who sign up for plans or purchase devices at the new Maxis Centre will take home exclusive premiums for free. Head over to G22, Ground Floor, AEON Mall, Kuching Central to visit Maxis’ new store.
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.