KUALA LUMPUR: Maxis Bhd has launched its usage-based Internet, the first pay-per-use direct Internet access for businesses.
In a statement issued on Tuesday, it said the usage-based plan was ideal for businesses with changing or seasonal Internet consumption to remove unnecessary costs.
It said the plan allows businesses to have the flexibility they need to maximise productivity and cost-efficiency.
“Importantly, the proposition supports businesses’ continued digitisation efforts as they transition to recovery mode, so that they can thrive in the new normal, ” it said.
To recap, it said businesses in Malaysia saw their demands shifting throughout the various Movement Control Order (MCO) phases, which necessitated a balance between managing cost without compromising on quality.
“Maxis’ Usage-Based Internet is delivered with a differentiated experience through the first software-defined programmable network in Malaysia, which is MEF (Metro Ethernet Forum) 3.0-certified, ” it said.
It pointed out businesses could scale the capacity demand to meet the requirements of the fast-changing IT environments while operating at consistently high performance.
Maxis chief enterprise business officer Paul McManus said usage-based Internet offers a smart, innovative, flexible and scalable solution on the best network that allows businesses to optimise their capacity and investment needs based on shifting and seasonal business demands.
With this plan, businesses only need to pay for actual consumption, and will be able to save up to 50% or more in operation costs, ensuring better value with no unproductive costs (that is, when staff are working out of the office).
Businesses can enjoy three times more bandwidth for increased performance and experience.
With a flexible and scalable model, there are also options for seamless upgrade so that businesses can better meet changing demands, even as they continue to enjoy savings.
The dedicated fixed solution offers uninterrupted high-speed Internet for businesses to run mission-critical communications with consistent and reliable connectivity, as well as the flexibility to increase bandwidth as and when needed.
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