Maxis launches Ookyo internet plan

Tuesday 14 November 2017 | 14:53 CET | News
Malaysian operator Maxis has introduced the ‘ookyo’ internet plan. Customers can now access unlimited internet services for MMK 1 for the first month of service, compared to the standard price of MMK 30 per month. The offer is available for customers who sign up to the ookyo service by 5 December.

Powered by Maxis 4G, the ookyo digital internet plan offers unlimited internet access with no capping or throttling for various apps. Additionally, the service is self-managed from the ookyo app, including bill payment, account management and customer service with a chatbot.

Customers can opt for the Social or the Entertainment pack and get unlimited internet for all the apps in their packs, both of which include popular chat apps such as WhatsApp, Line and WeChat. This also applies to in-app video and live streaming, as long as the app falls into a pack or has an Unlimited Internet Pass. The plan includes 3GB for other apps that are not included in the packs.  

Ookyo subscribers will alos receive 20 percent Google Play credit back every time they spend in the ookyo store during the promotion period and 10 percent back when they renew their plan from the second month onward. The credit can be used for app subscriptions, in-app purchases as well as movies, books and magazine purchases in the Play Store. 

For MMK 3 per month, customers can access unlimited internet on games, movies, music, and so much more. The list of apps will be added to and improved over time with feedback from users. 

To get started on ookyo, customers should download the ookyo app from the Google Play Store.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Google / Maxis / WhatsApp
Countries: Malaysia
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