Maxis

Maxis ties up with Symantec to secure users’ Android devices
Maxis Berhad has partnered partner with global security software company Symantec to offer Norton Mobile Security, which would allow Maxis subscribers to protect their Android devices from digital threats and enable them to remotely locate, lock and even wipe data from a lost or stolen device.
Maxis launches a-buck-a-day data plan via Opera
Maxis, in partnership with Opera Software, has launched unlimited web browsing via the Opera Mini browser for as low as RM1 a day.
Special Report: Telco cloud strategies in Asean
The Asean cloud computing market is full of opportunities for both local and regional telcos. With increasing market awareness and mature solutions coming into the picture, the market is expected to accelerate and gain critical mass, write Mayank Kapoor & Ganesan Periakarruppan of Frost & Sullivan.
Maxis launches location-based advertising service
Maxis has introduced Location-based Advertising (LBA), a service for brands and advertisers to reach out to Maxis myDeals customers using cell location technology.
Maxis revamps organisational structure
Maxis has revamped its organisational structure to “strengthen its core business areas for future growth,” about a fortnight after it announced changes in its top management.
Maxis extends LTE coverage beyond Klang Valley
Maxis Bhd, the first Malaysian telco to launch 4G LTE (Fourth Generation Long-Term Evolution) services in Malaysia, said it has extended coverage beyond the Klang Valley, including East Malaysia.
Week in Review: Telco tales
It was a week of telco tales, writes Karamjit Singh: A new MVNO launched by an MVNA; Maxis’ new CEO declining his role due to personal reasons; a telco that is actually an Internet company; and the big momma of them all seeing data and Internet revenue overtaking voice.
Dennelind not taking up Maxis CEO role, leadership changes
Maxis has announced that owing to recent personal family circumstances which have made it necessary for him to reside closer to his family in Sweden, Johan Dennelind will not be taking up the chief executive officer role at the company.
For YTL Comms, it’s all about 1BestariNet
Until YTL Comms landed the 1BestariNet project last year from the Ministry of Education, it was looking like the company would struggle to fulfil the grandiose promise laid out by its executive chairman Francis Yeoh, writes Karamjit Singh.
Maxis launches eKelas portal, education space gets crowded
Maxis has rolled out its eKelas online learning service to all 2,300 public secondary schools in the country, but the Ministry of Education did not provide any clarity on how this initiative plays alongside the similar national 1BestariNet project.
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