KTC is Maxis’ new Hotlink distributor in Sabah and Labuan
- KTC distributorship expands Maxis’ presence in Sabah and Labuan, providing wider access and reach to new customers
- In conjunction with appointment, Hotlink Prepaid Exclusive for Sabah introduced, offering the most affordable unlimited 4G/5G internet pass
- Announcement follows Maxis’ Regional Internet Hub investment in East Malaysia to cater to high data volume growth
Kim Teck Cheong Consolidated Bhd. (KTC) has been appointed as Maxis’ Hotlink distributor in Sabah and Labuan. The appointment is in line with Maxis’ plan to pursue new opportunity areas across mass market channels and expand into new channels in the region. Under KTC’s distributorship deal, the company is tasked to drive channel expansion for Hotlink products to ensure easy accessibility for all customers in Sabah.
The appointment was announced at a launch event in the presence of Sabah Deputy Chief Minister II and Local Government and Housing Minister, YB Datuk Seri Panglima Dr. Joachim Gunsalam.
At the event Maxis unveiled its new Hotlink Prepaid Exclusive for Sabah, a limited time offering with the lowest priced unlimited 4G/5G internet in the state at only RM18/month. It also comes with no speed cap and unlimited hotspot and calls, providing users with a worry-free mobile experience.
KTC is a main board listed corporation with a strong track record of both financial results and business performance and is one of Sabah state’s most prominent contributor through their CSR initiatives. KTC is an established fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) distributor for a range of leading Malaysian and international brands in the region.
“We are confident that our partnership with KTC will make our Hotlink offerings more easily available to customers, providing us with wider access and reach across Sabah and Labuan. We are also excited to launch our first ever Hotlink Prepaid Exclusive for Sabah in conjunction with this bold move to welcome KTC as our distributor, bringing users the best and most affordable prepaid pass with unlimited internet and no speed cap,” - Maxis’ Chief Sales and Services Officer, Patrick Er
Datuk Dexter Lau, Executive Director of KTC, expressed his enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, “We are excited to partner with Hotlink, a brand known for its commitment to excellence in mobile service. Through these collaborations, we aim to enhance the lives of Sabahans by making Hotlink products even more accessible and providing them with a superior mobile experience.”
As part of Maxis’ commitment to provide superior user experience to customers in Sabah, it established a Regional Internet Hub in its Technical Operations Centre in Kota Kinabalu earlier this year.
Maxis is the first telco to build a Regional Internet Hub in East Malaysia, with direct international content connectivity. The hub serves as an important network investment to improve customer Internet experience and cater to the high data volume growth.
To find out more about Hotlink plans and exclusive rewards, visit: https://www.hotlink.com.my