FLEXIROAM joins Showcase Malaysia 2013 in Chennai, India

FLEXIROAM participated “Showcase Malaysia 2013” which was held in Chennai Trade Centre from 20-23 June 2013. The event was organized by Malaysian External Trade Corporation (Matrade). Together with 28 other Malaysian companies from various sectors namely, education, health care and wellness, cosmetics, automotive parts and components, furniture and franchise businesses, the showcase have registered more than RM25.3 million sales.

Datuk Wong Lai Sum, Chief Executive Officer of MATRADE and Jason Khoo, FLEXIROAM Business Development Manager, Global.
Datuk Wong Lai Sum, Chief Executive Officer of MATRADE and Jason Khoo, FLEXIROAM Business Development Manager, Global.

FLEXIROAM leverages on ‘Showcase Malaysia Chennai’ as one of the platforms to benefit the Malaysia-India Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (MICECA) and the ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement (AIFTA). India has been the largest trading partner for Malaysia in the South Asian market since 1998 with a total trade between Malaysia and India increased by almost 10 per cent to reach $13.3 billion in 2012.

FLEXIROAM together with the other 28 companies showcasing Malaysia at Chennai Trade Centre.
FLEXIROAM together with the other 28 companies showcasing Malaysia at Chennai Trade Centre.

When it comes to roaming, FLEXIROAM sees great opportunity in the emerging Indian market. We are currently in talks with one of the largest mobile operator in India to making it possible for inbound tourist to India to have hassle-free and cheaper roaming experience.

Due to security reasons, getting a local sim card in India for foreigners can be troublesome. Foreigners are required to provide 2 passport sized photo and a scanned copy of their passports, on top of that, it takes 3 working days to activate the SIM. “We see an opportunity to bring an end-to-end solution for travelers who are visiting India. FLEXIROAM can play a major part in facilitating the process of activating SIM cards and helping travelers to top-up”, says Jef Ong, CEO of FLEXIROAM.