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Maxis opens new centre in Kuala Lumpur International Airport

AvantiKumar | Aug. 30, 2012
New KLIA centre will cater to international as well as domestic travellers.

Maxis at KLIA (cwm)

PHOTO - Jason Tan, head of Channel Management, Maxis (right), explaining some of the features of the new centre to YBhg Tan Sri Bashir (second from right) while YM Raja Tan Sri Arshad, chairman of Maxis (third from right) and Suren J. Amarasekera, Maxis's Joint COO (far left) look on.


Maxis's new centre in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) will offer a wide range of mobile products and services to international and domestic travellers, said the Malaysian telecom.

During the opening on 28 August 2012, Maxis chairman, YM Raja Tan Sri Arshad Raja Tun Uda, said: "Maxis is extremely proud to be present at the iconic and highly strategic location of KLIA, one of Southeast Asia's major aviation hubs. With our new Centre, we have the opportunity to serve customers from a multitude of segments, whether they are inbound or outbound travellers, their families and friends, and importantly, the huge working population of KLIA. We look forward to complementing KLIA's vision of providing world-class services and exceeding customer expectations".

The Maxis centre, located at KLIA's Departure Hall, will also service the needs of about 25,000 employees from both aeronautical and non-aeronautical industries within KLIA, said Arshad. "Our Maxis KLIA Centre has been designed to cater to their needs by providing mobile services for those on the go, such as roaming packages, devices and even bill payments at the 24-hour kiosk. Through this centre, customers now have an accessible channel for integrated services that will enable them to have peace of mind in staying connected anytime, anywhere."

Customers of the Maxis Centre KLIA will also be able to activate IDD roaming, data services, phone settings, and top up, or perform any last minute purchases or obtain value added services before their flights, he added.

The managing director of Malaysia Airports Holdings, YBhg Tan Sri Bashir, who officiated during the launch, said: "[This] launch of the new Maxis Centre KLIA is the culmination of hard work that has been put in by both parties, and represents a partnership in bringing world-class services to an average 35 million yearly passengers at KLIA. We are a reputable, international aviation hub in the region, which offers only the best in products and services for its passengers and visitors."

 

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