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A traditional credit card reader is usually a wired device that is connected to a telephone cable which leave it restricted to cashier’s counter. That is certainly not the case with the new Maybank mPOS portable payment system that is designed to be used with smartphones and tablets.
The system is mainly aimed at SMEs and small retailers due to its low-cost entry point but it is generally meant for any merchants out there that require a mobile card payment solution. Launched earlier today, the bank has partnered with Maxis who has now include Maybank mPOS as part of its business solution.
If you’ve been wanting to sign up with Maxis’ SurfMore 75 data-centric postpaid plan, you better do it fast because effective 29 January 2015, the plan will no longer be available for new subscribers. On top of that, they will also remove voice add-on plan for SurfMore subscribes, as well as revise the price for SurfMore data upgrades.
DiGi earlier today has introduced its newly revamped identity and brand strategy to represent its renewed focus on mobile Internet and customer’s engagement. Complete with a new logo that clearly identify the telco as part of Telenor Group, DiGi’s CEO Lars Norling stated that this is not just a mere new marketing image for DiGi but instead, it is a full blown change throughout the organization.