The Hotlink Postpaid Flex Mobile Plan Revealed!

Hotlink just launched the Hotlink Postpaid Flex mobile plan! A first-of-its-kind postpaid plan in the market, Hotlink Postpaid Flex offers customers the best of both prepaid and postpaid in one plan, giving customers control and convenience on how they experience the Internet.

The Hotlink Postpaid Flex Mobile Plan Revealed!

 

The Hotlink Postpaid Flex Plan Revealed!

Starting from RM30 a month, with unlimited calls & SMS to all networks and 1GB of high-speed data, Hotlink Postpaid Flex gives you more choices and flexibility to create and upgrade their own Internet plan based on what you want.

This includes an array of Internet passes and unlimited apps bundles for you to choose from. You can also enjoy the convenience of managing your plan in one monthly bill.

“It’s important that we give customers the freedom to experience the Internet on their own terms. With the launch of Hotlink Postpaid Flex, we’re moving from being product-centric to people-centric by introducing a new World of Hotlink, one that empowers customers to ‘flex their Internet muscle’ the way they want, with no restrictions or limitations,” said Navin Manian, Maxis’ Head of Prepaid.

Here’s what you’ll enjoy with Hotlink Postpaid Flex :

  • Easiest way to own a postpaid plan from RM30
  • Freedom to build your own Internet plan based on your usage
  • Unlimited calls & SMS and 1 GB of high-speed data
  • Choice of any unlimited app bundle – social, chat and music apps – starting from as low as RM5
  • High-speed Internet experience on the No. 1 4G network

You can sign-up for Hotlink Postpaid Flex at selected Hotlink dealers and all Maxis Centres and Maxis Exclusive Partners (MEPS) nationwide beginning today.

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