SHAH ALAM: Mobile telecommunication services provider Maxis Bhd and Gamuda Land Sdn Bhd today signed a service agreement to provide network infrastructure and services to twentyfive.7 township that has a RM4.2 billion in gross development value (GDV) in Kota Kemuning.
Under the agreement, each of the 279 units of landed homes in Phase 1A and 1B and 596 units of The Amber Residence in the township will be equipped with customised MaxisONE Home fibre plan with speeds of up to 300Mbps.
The customised plan, which comes with unlimited iFlix access at home and mobile, unlimited free domestic calls to all mobile and landlines and DECT phone, will be free for residents for two years from time it is activated, courtesy of Gamuda Land.
Maxis chief executive officer (CEO) Robert Nason said beyond connectivity, the company looks forward in working with Gamuda Land on a longer-term in co-creation initiatives as well as providing solutions that can power up not just individual homes but entire communities.
“Consumers today expect total connectivity solutions as their lifestyle becoming increasingly digital.
“The future is about converged offerings, and we have the ability to offer both fixed and mobile to provide these total solutions to our broadband customers.
“We will continue to invest in accessing available fibre networks in Malaysia and building its own where possible,” he told reporters after the signing ceremony here today.
Gamuda Land chief executive officer Ngan Chee Meng said the company will deploy the service to other projects as part of its smart city initiative, in Gamuda Cove near Cyberjaya and Gamuda Gardens in Rawang.
“We are mindful throughout our masterplan design and architectural construction by implementing the right facilities and technology that supports not only physical connectivity but also virtual connectivity to build a sustainable community.
“Naturally, this encompasses providing the right network infrastructure in advance to equip the community with high-speed internet and enhance their virtual connectivity,” he said.