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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.

Latest News

 
Maxis and DiGi reveal Malaysian iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus price plans - The Star Online

Maxis and DiGi reveal Malaysian iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus price plans
The Star Online
Apple fans thronged the websites of the major telcos, namely Maxis Bhd and DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd as the companies revealed the price plans for Apple's latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones. In fact, the rush caused a deluge of traffic ...

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D-Day: iPhone 6 and 6 Plus available Nov 6 (UPDATED) - The Star Online

The Rakyat Post

D-Day: iPhone 6 and 6 Plus available Nov 6 (UPDATED)
The Star Online
Maxis Bhd and DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd also announced they will offer iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus a day earlier than the previously announced Nov 7 date — Nov 6. Celcom Axiata Bhd also announced the phones would be available from Nov 6.
Celcom Axiata To Offer iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus Next Monthmalaysiandigest.com

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Maxis: Internet a driving force for change in telco industry - The Star Online

Maxis: Internet a driving force for change in telco industry
The Star Online
“But my perception now is that this is actually a very advanced market,” says Morten Lundal, chief executive officer at Maxis Bhd, whose tenure at the company just crossed the one-year mark as of Oct 1. Among the reasons that he feels differently about ...

Telco stocks likely to attract investors - New Straits Times Online

Telco stocks likely to attract investors
New Straits Times Online
JF Apex rated the telecommunication sector as “neutral” and assigned “hold” calls on Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM), Axiata Group Bhd, DiGi.com Bhd and Maxis Bhd. The firm's top pick is TM, in anticipation of its high-speed broadband Phase 2 (HSBBS2), ...

redONE winning the postpaid war against the Big 3 - The Malay Mail Online

The Malay Mail Online

redONE winning the postpaid war against the Big 3
The Malay Mail Online
Between October 2013 and June this year, the country's top three mobile players Maxis Bhd, Celcom Axiata Bhd and DiGi.Com Bhd either witnessed flattish postpaid customer growth, or an actual decline. Collectively, the big three players had 7.97 million ...

No surprise expected from DiGi's upcoming 3Q results - The Borneo Post

No surprise expected from DiGi's upcoming 3Q results
The Borneo Post
Other than Maxis Bhd's (Maxis) launch of MaxisOne Business for business users, Lim believes 3QFY14 was rather quiet in terms of new product launches. Besides that, the analyst pointed out that Celcom Axiata Bhd (Celcom) remained quiet as it works to ...

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Tenaga, Genting help KLCI close at 1810 - The Star Online

Tenaga, Genting help KLCI close at 1810
The Star Online
At Bursa Malaysia, Tenaga rose 30 sen to RM12.86 and pushed the KLCI up 2.97 points while Genting Bhd added 34 sen to RM9.40 and added 2.23 points. Maxis was up 12 sen to RM6.74 and pushed the KLCI up 1.58 points. Press Metal rose the most, ...

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KL shares end higher, FBM KLCI up 0.83% - The Sun Daily

KL shares end higher, FBM KLCI up 0.83%
The Sun Daily
CIMB Group Holdings Bhd was the top contributor to the gain in the index, adding 14 sen to RM6.54, with 12.47 million shares traded. Other leading movers were Malayan Banking Bhd, which gained nine sen to RM9.69, Maxis Bhd, up ten sen to RM6.62 and ...

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KL shares turn red at mid-morn - The Malaysian Insider

KL shares turn red at mid-morn
The Malaysian Insider
Maxis Bhd lost four sen to RM6.58 and Astro Malaysia Holdings eased five sen to RM3.20. Elsewhere, regional markets were mixed with Japan's Nikkei 225 dipping 0.62% to 15,018.02 while China's Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index eased 0.06% ...

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'Telecoms sector still consolidating' - Yahoo Malaysia News

'Telecoms sector still consolidating'
Yahoo Malaysia News
“While the authority's intention appears to be negative on big cap telcos (especially to Maxis Bhd and Celcom Axiata Bhd due to their sizeable spectrum allocation) at first glance, the actual impact may not be severe,” said Kenanga. The reason is ...

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