Maxis has announced that it is bringing 4G LTE service to its prepaid customers with the launch of Hotlink 4G. The leading telco also kicked off its Chinese New Year campaign with roadshows happening in the Klang Valley, Penang and Johor Bahru.
The new #Hotlink prepaid service was launched in September last year, and the introduction of 4G LTE is a natural progression for customers to experience better, faster mobile internet speeds.
Customers merely need to purchase a #Hotlink SIM pack for RM8.80, and do a 4G SIM swap at any Maxis Centre nationwide. Subsequently, customers will need to subscribe to a 1GB or 3GB monthly mobile internet pass, priced at RM30 and RM68.
To subscribe to passes, customers need to dial *100# from their mobile phones. For a limited time, Maxis is offering 50% more data for monthly mobile internet pass purchases from now until 28 February.
New Maxis Chief Executive Officer Morten Lundal officially kickstarted Maxis’ Chinese New Year campaign and launch of Hotlink 4G together with the God of Prosperity and a group of 20 roller-bladers. They handed out ‘ang pows’ to the public at the KLCC Maxis Centre and around the KLCC fountain area.
The roller bladers will be part of roadshows in the Klang Valley, Penang and Johor Bahru. The public can participate in games and activities, and also stand a chance to win tickets to a special Hotlink-sponsored concert featuring Taiwan hip-hop band Da Mouth and Hong Kong-based DJ Tenashar, on 15 February.
The final roadshow will take place from 7–9 February. Catch the God of Prosperity and stand a chance to win Samsung 4G smartphones.
Subscribers of the 1GB or 3GB mobile internet passes can also participate in SMS contest and stand to win VIP tickets to the concert.
For more info, latest rates and promos, visit Hotlink.
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