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All the Monthly Unlimited Prepaid Internet Plans in Malaysia – October 2020

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MalaysianWireless list down all the Monthly Unlimited Prepaid Internet plans in Malaysia, as of October 2020, from 6 Telcos.

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Maxis records 442k new Hotlink Prepaid Subscriptions in 2Q20

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Maxis added 442k new prepaid mobile subscriptions during the second quarter period now with 7.83 million subscriptions as of 2Q20.

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The Battle of the “Truly” Unlimited Internet Prepaid Plans

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There is no confusion on which the Best Unlimited Internet Prepaid plan in Malaysia. Truly Unlimited and no quota, faster Internet speed and More Hotspot.

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Hotlink Prepaid Unlimited Internet & Unlimited Calls – RM35/month

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New Hotlink Prepaid Unlimited plan with unlimited Internet passes for the first time. Comes with unlimited calls from as low as RM35/month.

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About 1.23 million Maxis Mobile Subscriptions are not Profitable as of 3Q19

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Maxis reported a mobile subscriber base of 11.15 million in 3Q19. It added 137k new mobile subscribers however 90k are not profitable.

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Maxis has 9.86 million mobile subs, 2.09 million on MaxisONE plan as of 2Q18

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Maxis now has 9.86 million revenue generating mobile subscribers as of June 2018, including 6.75 million on Hotlink Prepaid and 2.97 million on Postpaid.

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MaxisONE Plan Base “Dropped”, 9.85 million subscribers as of 1Q18

Maxis now has a lower 9.84 million revenue generating subscribers including 6.79 million on Hotlink prepaid and and 2.91 million on postpaid. MaxisONE Plan subscribers base has been readjusted dating back to January 2017, only crossing 2 million subscribers now. Revenue dropped compared to last quarter.

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Maxis lost 398k Hotlink subscribers in 3Q17, lowest Mobile Internet users

Maxis has 11.27 million mobile subscribers as of 3Q17, it lost a total of 392k subscribers between July, August and September 2017.

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