KUALA LUMPUR, June 11 — Maxis Bhd has ensured that its services remain accessible to all customers via its physical and online stores, and that its networks are uninterrupted for continued connectivity, despite the recent implementation of the full Movement Control Order (MCO).
On top of that, the newly revamped Maxis TV also brings the best of world class over-the-top (OTT) streaming providers in an all-in-one experience, Maxis said in a statement today.
“Maxis’ mobile and fixed networks remain uninterrupted, while installations and service recovery continue to be carried out by Maxis’ technical experts during the full MCO, except for areas and zones under Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) and Targeted Enhanced Movement Control Order (TEMCO).
“As many depend on high-speed connectivity while working or studying from home, Maxis has also upgraded its capacity, continuing from its 2020 network expansion programme. Engineers are also strategically located nationwide, ready to address any network issues that may arise,” it said.
Chief executive officer Gokhan Ogut said with education being an important pillar of Maxis’s community initiatives, the group has been ramping up digital activities for Maxis eKelas, its flagship community programme, to encourage continued after school learning.
“We have additional YouTube Live sessions with quizzes and games-based learning through the eKelas portal to ensure students are able to reap the benefits of technology,” he said.
Maxis eKelas is an after-school digital learning initiative for students from Primary 4 to Form 5, which brings learning enrichment in a fun and vibrant way and provides access to quality education content through the eKelas portal, in line with the Malaysian school syllabus.