The rationale then for the privatisation


MAXIS Communications Bhd (MCB) may have been the last to offer services in the country compared with its counterparts Celcom (M) Bhd and DiGi.Com Bhd but this had not stopped it from carving a market leader position.

Shareholders in the company had been enjoying healthy returns since its listing in 2002.

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