It has come to our attention that Maxis has streamlined its LTE-based home and mobile broadband offerings into a single group of plans called MaxisONE Go WiFi. According to the information that we obtained from the telco, these new plans were made available to customers starting from 16 June 2017.
Previously, Maxis wireless broadband offerings were available in two forms: Pocket WiFi plans for MiFi users and Maxis 4G Home Broadband plan for residential customers. Under the new MaxisONE Go WiFi plans, the only difference is the type of modem that customers choose to use.
At the same time, users data have been merged into single pool of universal quota rather than being split into usage types. Maxis has retained the same data roaming charges of RM 10 per day for 8 ASEAN countries for the new MaxisONE Go WiFi plans but has removed voice call capabilities for home users.
In terms of pricing, this is what it looked like:
As pointed above, there is a12-months contract for customers that choose to sign up for MaxisONE Go WiFi inclusive of the 4G MiFi or home modem. However, they are not tied to contracts if they choose to obtain the SIM card alone. For further clarifications, head on to Maxis official website.
(Source: Maxis. Thanks for the initial tips, math Hafiz!)