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Maxis delivers strong operating performance in Q1 2015
Malay Mail

Maxis Q1 earnings down 15.29% on higher operating costs

PETALING JAYA: Higher operating cost saw Maxis Bhd's net profit drop 15.29% to RM410 million for the first quarter ended March 31, 2015 versus RM484 million in the previous corresponding period. Its first-quarter revenue increased marginally by ... The Sun Daily, 1 week ago

Maxis - Dialling Back Dividends

1Q15 earnings came in line with estimates . Maintain NEUTRAL with DCF-based TP revised to MYR6.50 (9% downside). The dividend themethe stock is known for appears to be losing its appeal, as future payouts will be capped at FCF and conditional upon ...
 Klse I3investor.com1 week ago

Mobile operators off to slow start in 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Mobile phone operators got off to a slow start in the first quarter of this year, with both Maxis Bhd and DiGi.Com Bhd posting a decline in net profit despite improvement at the revenue level. Maxis, the country's largest mobile ...
 Edge Markets1 week ago Slugfest: Malaysia's Big 3 mobile operators FY 2014 performance  Malay Mail1 month ago
Malaysian Insider

CIMB Research retains Hold on Maxis

KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research is maintaining its Hold rating on Maxis as it keeps its earnings and dividend per share (DPS) forecasts. It said on Tuesday it was maintaining an unchanged discounted cashflow based target price of RM6.90. ... week ago Maxis revenue improves to RM2.15bil week ago Maxis' 1Q revenue up 1.4%, declares 5 sen dividend  Edge Markets1 week ago Maxis 1Q revenue up 1.4%, declares 5 sen dividend  Malaysian Insider1 week ago
Shares Investment

Maxis: Is A Payout Ratio Above 100% Sustainable?

Smart phones are becoming increasingly ubiquitous in today's society. It is a common sight to see people with their heads bent down looking at their phone, streaming videos, browsing websites or checking emails all made possible with mobile data. ...
 Shares Investment2 weeks ago

No Bill Shocks: Stress-Testing Maxis Promise

Recently, Maxis approached us with a very interesting proposition. Alongside a few other publications, the local telco wanted us to really test out its no bill shocks promise for its customers, which is a statement made as part of its 2015 Unmatched ...
 Lowyat.net2 weeks ago

Malaysia pushes to become a digital nation

Earlier this week, Ahmad Shabery Cheek, Minister of Communications and Multimedia Commision in Putrajaya that Malaysia will be moving into a more connected digitally advanced era and become a digital nation. The minister explained that the move ...
 Marketing-interactive.com2 weeks ago Malaysia operators support govt call to cut broadband rates  Telecompaper2 months ago Telcos throw support behind Government's cheaper broadband call months ago 'Malaysia operators support govt call to cut broadband rates'  Individual.com2 months ago

Broadband package fees to drop

KUALA LUMPUR: Fees for mobile Internet broadband packages will drop an average 14% while basic fixed packages will be lowered by as much as 57%, said the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia. In a statement yesterday, Minister Datuk ...
 Edge Markets2 weeks ago Price reductions in basic broadband packages  The Sun Daily2 weeks ago AVERAGE 14% PRICE REDUCTIONS IN BASIC MOBILE BROADBAND PACKAGES AND 57% REDUCTION FOR BASIC FIXED PACKAGES, SAYS SHABERY  Media Relations and Event Management2 weeks ago Highlight Broadband package fees to drop  Bursa Community2 weeks ago
Free Malaysia Today

Telcos agree to lower charges

Minister Shabery Cheek to meet four bosses again to finalise details. KUALA LUMPUR: Despite the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) earlier this week some 20 million odd Internet users can expect to pay lower charges this month. ...
 Free Malaysia Today1 month ago

MCMC chairman: Telcos supportive of call to lower broadband charges

CYBERJAYA: After pledging to have more engagement with the industry regarding price regulation last week, Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) Chairman, Datuk Seri Dr Halim Shafie announced that the service providers are ...
 New Straits Times2 months ago Telcos supportive of call to lower broadband charges Bernama  Yahoo! Singapore2 months ago ​MCMC CHAIRMAN: TELCOS SUPPORTIVE OF MINISTER'S CALL TO LOWER BROADBAND CHARGES  Media Relations and Event Management2 months ago
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