11 Asia Pacific mobile operators have formed what they claimed was the region’s largest Machine-to-Machine (M2M) alliance that would offer a ‘one-stop-shop’ experience for M2M deployment across Asia Pacific.
Maxis and Spotify have announced a partnership in which prepaid and postpaid Maxis customers now have access to the Spotify Premium service, along with 150MB of Internet data to access Spotify’s catalogue of over 20 million tracks, for RM10 (US$3.18) per month.
Maxis Berhad said that its new wireless broadband package comes with unlimited access to its eKelas interactive education portal for Maths and Science.
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, in partnership with Opera Software, has launched unlimited web browsing via the Opera Mini browser for as low as RM1 a day.
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 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 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.
Maxis has launched its Best Integrated Go-To-Market (B.I.G) Media solution which it said offers advertisers the opportunity to reach out to Maxis’ large customer base via a one-stop shop for both online and mobile advertising.