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Maxis Home Fibre Internet 10Mbps at RM118/mth- Limted Time Only

Maxis is currently offering its Home Fibre Internet 10Mbps package for RM118/month, for a limited time only. The 10Mbps Maxis fibre package normally cost RM218 a month.

Customers who sign for the Maxis Home Fibre Internet 10Mbps package will be given unlimited data usage till further notice, 600 minutes to Maxis mobile numbers, unlimited calls to Maxis fixed lines, 200 free IDD minutes and 150 free minutes on Maxis mobile number.

The Maxis Home Fibre Internet 10Mbps package has a 24-month contract. It comes bundled with a Dect phone(RM80) and a residential WiFi modem(RM499).

As part of the special offer, Maxis has waived the installation fee worth RM200 till 30 June 2012. The Maxis Home Fibre-to-the-Home(FTTH) service is available in the Klang Valley, selected areas in Penang, Johor Bahru, Ipoh and Melaka.

The Maxis Home Fibre Internet website no longer show that it offers the 4Mbps and 6Mbps packages for Home users despite it is available for business users.

To sign up visit this page or call 1800 88 1123.

[Source]– Maxis Home

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