Maxis Launches Special Hotlink Plans for Kelantan and Terengganu
Maxis Berhad's prepaid service, Hotlink has recently launched its latest plans for customers in Kelantan and Terengganu with the Hotlink Kelantan Plan and Hotlink Terengganu Plan. These innovative all-in-one prepaid plans offers customers for both these states free voice calls, as well as access to the lowest rates in Voice Calls, SMS, Surfing, IDD (International Direct Dialing) and Roaming.
“We understand the importance of having localized mobile communications solutions that reflect the usage as well as needs of our regional customers," said Jeff Chong, Maxis’ Head of Mobility Products and International Services. "Our Hotlink Kelantan and Terengganu plans represent our commitment to deliver affordable products and services that not only provide substantial value to customers, but also cater to the local market via unique integrated prepaid plans."
To subscribe to these plans, customers simply need to purchase either the RM5 Kelantan Plan starter pack or RM5 Hotlink Terengganu Plan, depending on which state they reside in respectively. With this plans, customers can enjoy free voice calls to all Hotlink and Maxis lines simply by topping up as low as RM5, which will give them up to 25 minutes worth of free calls, and up to 100 minutes if they top up RM30 or more. With a commitment of RM5, customers will also enjoy the lowest flat rate of 12 sen per minute to all networks, as well as free data of 10MB.
Other perks include 50% savings on all text/SMS to Hotlink and Maxis numbers, the lowest Daily Mobile Internet Pass at RM2 for 100MB or Weekly Mobile Internet Pass at RM8 for 100MB (which is equivalent to 500 web pages or 1,000 emails), and the lowest IDD call rates with savings of up to 70% to the world. When roaming, customers in Kelantan and Terengganu can enjoy the lowest Prepaid Data Roaming rates at RM5/MB (up to 50% savings) to 16 countries (all operators) for Internet surfing needs. This includes Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Korea, Macau, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, China, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Kingdom and Vietnam.
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