- This article is about a Malaysian telecommunications company. For the video game development company owned by Electronic Arts, see Maxis.
Maxis Communications Berhad is a telecommunications company in Malaysia, owned by the billionaire Ananda Krishnan. It is one of the oldest and largest telecom companies in the country, along with the Malaysian multinational Axiata Group (operating in Malaysia as Celcom) and Digi, owned by Telenor of Norway. They also compete with U Mobile, which has recently emerged as a fourth major telecom operator.
Maxis introduced a new brand identity in 2014 that maintains essentially the same logo, but with the squiggle on the letter i in a brighter shade of green. The squiggle and bright green colour are used throughout the new corporate identity, along with the Aaux Next font.
In 2020, Maxis introduced a new logo set in the popular Proxima Nova font that replaces Aaux Next in the corporate identity. The squiggle has been moved from the letter I and placed beside the wordmark.
| Asia-Pacific members: Australia: Optus1 | Hong Kong: csl. | India and Sri Lanka: Bharti Airtel1 | Indonesia: Telkomsel1 (Timor-Leste: Telkomcel) | Japan: SoftBank Mobile | Macau: CTM | Malaysia: Maxis Communications | Philippines: Globe Telecom1 | Singapore: Singtel1 | South Korea: SK Telecom | Taiwan: Taiwan Mobile | Thailand: AIS1 | Vietnam: MobiFone
African member: Airtel1 (Chad, DR Congo, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Madagascar, Niger, Nigeria, Rep. Congo, Rwanda, Seychelles, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia)
1Wholly- or partly-owned subsidiaries of Singtel.