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RM1,000,000 Money Drop Game- Win a Toyota Vios from Maxis & Astro

Maxis Berhad (Maxis) today introduced the ‘RM1,000,000 Money Drop’ web-based game exclusively to its customers, in which contestants answer a series of multiple choice questions for the chance to win the Grand Prize of a Toyota Vios as well as attractive weekly prizes.

The ‘RM1,000,000 Money Drop’ game is a collaboration between Maxis and Astro and is based on the TV game show of the same name which currently airs on Astro Ria, Channel 104 and Astro Mustika HD, Channel 134.

Two web games, Stand Alone & Play Along, are conducted in Bahasa Malaysia and is open to customers aged 18 years old and above.

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Stand Alone web game, which will be available until 15 March 2013. To take part, all customers need to register for an account. Once they have registered, they will need to purchase the game credits by sending ‘MD’ to 26999 via SMS. Contestants will be required to pay RM1.50 for six game credits to play six games and each game consists of a series of eight questions. Customers also have the option to re-register and top up their game credit after they have completed their six games.

Customers can have fun with the Play Along web game, where they can play the game simultaneously with the game show as it is being aired live on TV. This simultaneous method is the first of its kind in Malaysia, according to the companies. Aside from the web, the Play Along game can also be played on iOS devices such as the iPhone and the iPad.

For more information on the contest, charges and mechanics of the game, customers can visit moneydrop.mlp.my and click on the ‘Bantuan’ icon at the top right corner of the page.

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