Maxis TV gives free VIP access to iQIYI and 10GB data to binge on popular Asian dramas, shows and movies

  • Maxis TV brings top-tier VOD content provider, iQIYI, on board; offers one-month free VIP access and 10GB data to stream content

  • Maxis TV, a video entertainment service that offers premium content that are affordable and flexible for everyone on an all-in-one platform, to cater to Malaysians’ increasingly digital lifestyles

  • Maxis the brand that rewards customers best and gives them more value through convergence, for all connectivity, content and service needs

Malaysians’ appetite for quality content has grown increasingly insatiable, particularly in this new normal where streaming video consumption has increased significantly1 as people stay at home. Maxis has got Malaysians covered with the best original entertainment content on Maxis TV, now with a new top-tier VOD content provider, iQIYI, on board.

Until 20 November, Maxis Postpaid, Hotlink Prepaid and Hotlink Postpaid customers who sign up with iQIYI on Maxis TV for the first time, will enjoy one-month free VIP access to iQIYI and 10GB data to stream popular Asian dramas, shows and movies on the platform.

“With a growing appetite for entertainment content, we are giving our customers even more choices and flexibility in streaming any content they want, any way they want it. Bringing iQIYI to Maxis TV is part of our commitment to constantly reward our customers with more value for their increasingly digital lifestyles, and to provide an unmatched personalised experience to their lives,” said Navin Manian, Head of Hotlink Consumer at Maxis.

Maxis TV is a video entertainment service that offers premium video content from movies to TV shows that is affordable and flexible for everyone. The platform is easily accessible through the Maxis, Hotlink and Hotlink Postpaid apps, enabling customers to choose to watch whatever, however and whenever they want.

VOD passes start from RM3/day bundled with data and include content choices that cover all the favourites – Hollywood, Korean, Indian, Chinese, Indonesian and the ever-popular local Malay content. Maxis TV VOD pass purchases are made easy – it charges the Maxis bill or Hotlink credit.

Maxis TV offers flexible VOD passes with free data to stream at affordable prices:

1-day pass 7-day pass 30-day pass




3GB free data (one-day)




5GB free data (seven-day)

From RM9.99/pass



10GB free data (30-day)

To deliver the best content that everyone in Malaysia loves, Maxis is partnering top tier VOD content providers, such as iflix, Viu, Mubi, Netflix, YuppTV, iQIYI and many more to come, to offer this service. As a one-stop discovery platform, customers can browse their options easily through their mobile apps.

To purchase VOD passes and immediately enjoy the best content or for more information, please visit or 

1 ‘Malaysians Media Consumption Amidst Covid-19 MCO’, Survey conducted by



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