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 gets RM2.5b for capital expenses - Free Malaysia Today

Free Malaysia Today

Maxis gets RM2.5b for capital expenses
Free Malaysia Today
KUALA LUMPUR: Maxis Bhd has secured a RM2.5 billion Commodity Murabahah term financing facility to fund its capital expenditure (capex) and refinance its borrowings. The telco, controlled by billionaire T Ananda Krishnan, will use RM1.5 billion for ...
Maxis plans RM2.5b financing facilityThe Star Online
Maxis secures RM2.5b for capex, debt refinancingThe Malaysian Reserve
Malaysia's Maxis to undertake $767 mln in Islamic financingReuters

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Redtone net profit up 27% to RM4.98mil - The Star Online

Redtone net profit up 27% to RM4.98mil
The Star Online
The group said its profit will be strengthened by collaboration with Maxis Broadband Sdn Bhd on its Network Sharing and Alliance Agreement, which will contribute positively to the group's earnings for the next 10 years. “Collaboration with Telekom ...

Mobile phone market to remain flat - Free Malaysia Today

Mobile phone market to remain flat
Free Malaysia Today
“We expect Maxis Bhd to register a further 1.8% decline in mobile revenue this year. We expect DiGi and Celcom Axiata Bhd to continue nipping away at its prepaid market share, while it will be difficult for Maxis to drive growth in its post-paid ...

Malaysian telcos likely to raise capex - The Star Online

Malaysian telcos likely to raise capex
The Star Online
It added that Axiata Group Bhd's short-term outlook remained challenging due to the XL-Axis integreation costs and continued currencies' fluctuations in all its key regional operations. Meanwhile, Maxis Bhd continued to be lacklustre due to its on ...

Where we're at with Sarawak's SMEs - The Borneo Post

The Borneo Post

Where we're at with Sarawak's SMEs
The Borneo Post
Bearing in mind SME investments in Sarawak was the third largest in the country in 2013, Maxis Bhd (Maxis) took the opportunity to pay more attention and further develop this industry here by sharing communications tools and business solutions that are ...

SAYS Recognised As World's Most Democratic Workplace Three Years In A Row - PR Web (press release)

SAYS Recognised As World's Most Democratic Workplace Three Years In A Row
PR Web (press release)
SAYS has served over 80 leading brands including Nike, Coca-Cola, Unilever, Maxis and Nestle. SAYS Sdn Bhd made The WorldBlu List of Most Democratic Workplaces in years 2012, 2013 and 2014. The company also won Best Practices for “Level Up” and ...

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REDtone to set up tele-radiology exchange - The Star Online

REDtone to set up tele-radiology exchange
The Star Online
It also has a block of the 2.6G spectrum for LTE, which it has leased out to Maxis Bhd to provide mobility solutions. REDtone is listed on the ACE Market but has aspirations to upscale to the Main Market. But that will only happen sometime next year.

Voice completes its equation - The Star Online

Voice completes its equation
The Star Online
Industry observers reckon that while the mobile voice and data space is a competitive one, P1 - with TM as its major shareholder now - could be “disruptive” to the market, presently held tightly by the three big players of Maxis Bhd, Celcom Axiata Bhd ...

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Screening Shariah-compliant stocks for investment - The Malaysian Reserve

Screening Shariah-compliant stocks for investment
The Malaysian Reserve
The top 10 holdings by percentage include Singapore Telecommunications Ltd, PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia, StarHub Ltd, Axiata Group Bhd and Maxis Bhd. Undeniably, screening Shariahcompliant stocks is not a complex process. The data is widely ...

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S&P Ratings: TM's investment in Packet One to boost competitive edge - The Star Online

S&P Ratings: TM's investment in Packet One to boost competitive edge
The Star Online
The ratings agency pointed out the incumbent wireless operators Maxis Bhd and Celcom Axiata Bhd have strong market positions and together account for about 80% of the Malaysian wireless market. Both Maxis and Celcom Axiata are focusing on rolling out ...

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