KUALA LUMPUR: Maxis and Allo Technology Sdn. Bhd. (Allo) signed and exchanged an Access Agreement for the provision of High Speed Broadband (HSBB) Network Services to provide greater access to fibre connectivity to more people and businesses in Cyberjaya and Bangsar South in the Klang Valley and Jasin in Malacca.
The agreement was signed by the CEO of both companies, Gokhan Ogut for Maxis and Rodzi Ahmad on behalf of Allo.
“We have been aggressively expanding our fixed services footprint, as the base platform upon which we will continue to launch our new offerings and solutions. With this partnership, we are taking another significant step forward in delivering our converged solutions with an unmatched personalised experience to more Malaysian homes and businesses,” said Ogut adding that under the agreement, Maxis will be able to leverage on Allo’s HSBB Network Services, which will enable Maxis to further expand its fibre footprint in Peninsular Malaysia, and offer its differentiated converged proposition with fibre services to homes and businesses in these locations.
Allo, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) will provide the groundwork for all access infrastructures up to the customers’ premises, while Maxis will manage the retail and services end. The agreement reinforces the Maxis’ commitment towards the Government’s National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP).
The agreement with Allo is the fourth major HSBB Access Agreement that Maxis has signed after TM, SACOFA and CT Sabah.
For more info on Maxis’ fibre broadband, visit www.maxis.com.my/fibrenation