Maxis VOD

Maxis adds ErosNow and Hopster to its VOD library

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For the better part of the past six to 12 months, mobile customers have been obsessed with telco rates and data quota. And telcos have responded, pushing more and more data to customers. So, the question is: where does all the data go, and how can we spend it?

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Maxis has grown its video-on-demand (VOD) library to help you make use of all the data. It has added ErosNow and Hopster to its arsenal, joining previously announced iflix and Viu.

ErosNow will be perfect for those who love Bollywood and Indian entertainment. You’ll get a free one-month trial, after which you can continue to subscribe to the service for MYR10 per month.

On the other hand, Hopster is kid-focused (or for the young at heart). Your kids will love catching up with Bob the Builder, Thomas & Friends and more. You’ll get a two-month free trial of Hopster, and if you choose to continue with the service, it also costs MYR10 per month.

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Meanwhile for iflix, you’ll get a 60-day trial, with an actual subscription costing MYR10/month. I think you’ll love catching up on TV series like Mr Robot, X-Files; as well as movies.

Viu brings you your favourite Korean TV shows for only MYR10/month. You’ll get a free 60-day trial with Maxis.

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Subscriptions are billed through your monthly phone bill, so it’s hassle- and worry-free.

There’s no free data allocation, unlike Maxis’ Spotify Premium service, so it might be wise to hook up to your home fibre connection or Wi-Fi outside.

For more information, visit Maxis’ VOD page.

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