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Maxis Bhd - 6012(MAXIS)

Maxis Bhd - 6012 (MAXIS)

Maxis Bhd lists under Main Market of Bursa Malaysia. It has been classified in the Trading & Services sector. The stock code uses in Bursa Malaysia is "6012" or identify by stock name of "MAXIS".

EntitlementEx-DateLodgementPayment
Interim Single Tier TE Dividend 8 Sen29-05-201331-05-201328-06-2013
Final Single Tier Dividend of 8 Sen T.E.14-05-201316-05-201331-05-2013
Interim Single Tier 8¢ TE13-12-201115-12-201130-12-2011
Stock quote also available at Bursa Malaysia, The Star.

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Slugfest: Malaysia's Big 3 telcos in H1 2015 - Digital News Asia

Digital News Asia

Slugfest: Malaysia's Big 3 telcos in H1 2015
Digital News Asia
In the second quarter (Q2 2015), the top three mobile operators Maxis Bhd, Celcom Axiata Bhd and Digi.Com Bhd reported a total subscriber base of 37.43 million, compared with 37.23 million subscribers in Q1 2015, and 37.30 million in Q4 2014.

Maxis: Get a new Android smartphone every 12 months - The Star Online

The Star Online

Maxis: Get a new Android smartphone every 12 months
The Star Online
Maxis Bhd has just updated its MaxisOne postpaid plans, tweaking the existing offerings while adding a couple of new Internet plans which offer up to 8GB of data. The MaxisOne plans are now split into four, namely the 98 plan, 128 plan, 158 plan, and ...
Maxis DUMPS lock-in contractsMalaysia Chronicle

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RHBCap to trim 15pc of workforce - New Straits Times Online

New Straits Times Online

RHBCap to trim 15pc of workforce
New Straits Times Online
RHBCap is looking at reducing its staff strength by about 2,700 via a career transition scheme (CTS), which is similar to the one offered by Maxis Bhd in 2013 as part of the latter's plan to cut costs and make the telco more agile. RHBCap's CTS was ...

CIMB, Sime underpin KLCI's rebound but ringgit extends decline - The Star Online

CIMB, Sime underpin KLCI's rebound but ringgit extends decline
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: Strong local funds support for key stocks CIMB, Sime Darby and Genting Bhd shored up the FBM KLCI on Thursday, offsetting the selling by foreign funds as the ringgit continued to lose ground against the US dollar, pound sterling and ...

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Blue-chips help give Bursa Malaysia a lift - The Sun Daily

Malay Mail Online

Blue-chips help give Bursa Malaysia a lift
The Sun Daily
Of the heavyweights, Maybank rose five sen to RM8.47, TNB (+eight sen to RM11.20), Axiata (+one sen to RM5.92) and Maxis (+three sen to RM6.58. ... The share of Super Enterprise Holdings Bhd would be suspended tomorrow with effect from 9am.
Maybank, Axiata top losers on Bursa as KLCI falls 19ptsThe Star Online
Bursa Malaysia retreats on profit takingNew Straits Times Online

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The rich poorer by RM16bil - The Star Online

The Star Online

The rich poorer by RM16bil
The Star Online
Ananda, who also owns Maxis Bhd and Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd, is the second-richest tycoon in Malaysia. Since July 15, about RM1bil of his wealth has been shaved off, owing to the overall weak market conditions. This, however, is a relatively small ...

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We are not as fast as we need to be: VMware CEO - Digital News Asia

Digital News Asia

We are not as fast as we need to be: VMware CEO
Digital News Asia
Among the notable partners in South-East Asia include Malaysia's Maxis Bhd and Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel). At VMworld 2015, VMware demonstrated how organisations can seamlessly and securely move workloads from one data centre to ...

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Maxis in Office 365 partnership with Microsoft - Digital News Asia

Digital News Asia

Maxis in Office 365 partnership with Microsoft
Digital News Asia
MAXIS Bhd said it has partnered with Microsoft Corp to launch a service that incorporates Office 365 into the MaxisONE Business solutions suite, aimed at small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The MaxisONE Business, launched last September, is the ...

The tech factor - The Star Online

The tech factor
The Star Online
For them to effectively understand and meet consumers' needs, companies has to be more “mobile” in terms of greater accessibility and understanding in doing business through the internet or mobile devices. Realising this importance, Maxis Bhd has been ...

AffinHwang Capital maintains hold on Maxis, lowers target to RM6.70 - The Edge Markets

AffinHwang Capital maintains hold on Maxis, lowers target to RM6.70
The Edge Markets
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 11): AffinHwang Capital Research has maintained its “hold” rating on Maxis Bhd at RM6.38 with a lower target price of RM6.70 (from RM7.19) and said following its recent meeting with management, data pricing was at a crossroad, and ...

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