Hotlink Postpaid users get a free 10GB bump in data caps

The move replaces the previous monthly data add-ons with a larger, flat monthly data quota for customers. — CHRISTOPHER FAM/The Star

Maxis has updated its Hotlink Postpaid 40 and 60 plans to include an additional monthly 10GB of data respectively.

Subscribers on the Hotlink Postpaid 40 plan will enjoy a data quota increase from 20GB to 30GB, while the quota for the Hotlink Postpaid 60 plan goes from 40GB to 50GB.

It is also worth noting that the change gives users access to a flat 30GB and 50GB quota monthly for the respective plans.

The earlier version of the Hotlink Postpaid 40 plan instead offered a monthly flat 12GB quota, along with an 8GB add-on per month for only the first year. The Hotlink Postpaid 60 plan similarly offered 30GB per month with an extra 10GB allocation for the first 12 months.

In contrast, the latest change makes it so that customers are entitled to 30GB and 50GB permanently as long as the subscription continues.

New subscribers and those who port over from other telcos will enjoy these changes immediately, while customers who subscribed to the older version of the plans will automatically receive the updated plan without any additional charges by March 3.

The Hotlink Postpaid 40 plan is available for RM40 a month and comes with 30GB of data, while the Hotlink Postpaid 60 plan costs RM60 a month and has 50GB of data.

Do note that according to Maxis’ Fair Usage Policy (FUP), once the data quota has been fully utilised, users will be limited to browsing at reduced speeds.

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