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Maxis and Malaysia Airlines team up on a year-long collaboration to reward Maxis and Hotlink customers with more deals
Maxis is partnering Malaysian Airlines to offer Maxis and Hotlink customers even more travel value through three programmes throughout the year. They are:
1. Malaysia Airlines Ultimate Travelicious Deals
2. MHexplorer Student Travel Programme
3. Exclusive Maxis and Hotlink flight discounts on the MH Mobile App
Malaysia Airlines Ultimate Travelicious Deals
Through this partnership, Maxis and Hotlink customers get to enjoy additional discounts on flight tickets during the Malaysia Airlines Ultimate Travelicious Deals campaigns, two times a year. For the first campaign, which will run from 29 April to 13 May 2019, Maxis and Hotlink customers can enjoy discounts of up to 55% on international and domestic flight tickets for the travel period from 29 April 2019 until 31 March 2020.
To enjoy the offer, Maxis and Hotlink customers just need to:
1. Download the MyMaxis, Hotlink RED, Hotlink Flex and MyMaxis Biz Apps from Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
2. Click on Deals and select “Malaysia Airlines Ultimate Travelicious Deals”.
3. Download the promo code and click on the link at the bottom of the Deals page to make the flight booking.
To check out these exciting travel deals, visit https://www.malaysiaairlines.com/MHMaxis
MHexplorer Student Travel Programme
As announced earlier on 24 April, Malaysia Airlines partnered with Maxis, Grab and Expedia to offer a one-stop solution for student travel through the MHexplorer Student Travel Programme. Hotlink and Maxis customers who sign up for the MHexplorer Student Travel Programme will stand a chance to win flight tickets to Bali, Tokyo, Seoul or Osaka, from now until the end of March 2020. Additionally, during the MHexplorer Friends & Family promo, which happens two times a year, Maxis and Hotlink customers get to enjoy 2X Enrich miles when they purchase flight tickets, by downloading the promo code from their Hotlink Flex, Hotlink RED, or MyMaxis apps and keying it in when making the purchase.
Maxis and Hotlink customers can sign up for the MHexplorer Programme at https://www.malaysiaairlines.com/MHexplorer
Exclusive Maxis and Hotlink flight discounts on MH Mobile App
Exclusive deals for Maxis and Hotlink customers await on the MH Mobile App three times a year, starting from the second half of the year, where they can enjoy up to 30% discount on flight tickets to any destination, international as well as domestic. Customers will be informed when the sales begin through the app and via SMS.
"We are happy to evolve and deepen our partnership with Malaysia Airlines in our quest to deliver ever more value. Maxis is committed to understanding what motivates users and to enable exciting new possibilities for them. Our apps are becoming increasingly popular among our customers. About half of our total Mobile Internet customers access our Hotlink RED and MyMaxis mobile apps every month. They are already enjoying great rewards and experiences today and we look forward to having even more on the platform. Together with our enduring collaboration with Malaysia Airlines, Maxis strives to deliver great rewarding experiences to our customers," said Tai Kam Leong, Maxis' Head of Brand and Marketing.
To enjoy more Maxis and Hotlink deals, go to the Deals page on MyMaxis, Hotlink RED, Hotlink Flex or MyMaxis Biz Apps.
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