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Maxis plans to terminate Ookyo, transfer users to Hotlink Red

Maxis is retiring its digital Web plan, Ookyo, and transferring customers over to its pay as you go service Hotlink by subsequent January.

In a discover on Ookyo’s homepage, it acknowledged that prospects will likely be auto-switched to Hotlink Crimson beginning Jan 21, 2020, whereas the service will cease accepting new registrations, efficient instantly.

It should nonetheless ship SIM packs to prospects which have registered, however recommends potential new prospects to go to a bodily retailer to buy a Hotlink account as an alternative.

“We’re ironing out all the main points to make your transfer to Hotlink Crimson as seamless as attainable. Not solely does it value you nothing once we swap you to Hotlink, you possibly can proceed to make use of your current SIM card and benefit from the welcome supply,” explains Ookyo, about why the transition begins subsequent 12 months.

The welcome supply is 8GB of complementary information legitimate for 30-days plus the Non-Cease Social bundle, which gives uncapped information to browse Fb, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and Pinterest.

Clients will even be supplied a reduction on their month-to-month subscription for a 12 months, beginning Feb 2020. Whereas usually priced at RM45, the month-to-month charge will likely be RM30 as an alternative.

Within the meantime, Ookyo prospects can proceed to make use of and renew their plan, buy limitless add ons and prime up their pockets till Jan 20 subsequent 12 months.

The corporate nonetheless warns customers to make use of up the Google Play credit score rewarded by them, as it’s tied to the service and won’t carry over when the shopper is transferred to Hotlink.

Ookyo was launched by Maxis again in Nov 2017. The service which is powered by Maxis’ 4G community was labelled as neither a postpaid or pay as you go plan.

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