KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA, 1 JUNE 2015 – Flexiroam Sdn Bhd has been appointed by the Olympic Council of Malaysia as the Preferred Roaming Partner of the Malaysian contingent to the 28th SEA GAMES, which will be held in Singapore from 5 to 16 June.
A total of one thousand SIM cards will be distributed to the athletes, OCM officials and the members of the press. The Company’s VP of sales & marketing Mr Nicholas Yeap said : “We are absolutely thrilled to be chosen as the preferred roaming partner to provide roaming services to the athletes in particular, and thus play a part in enhancing their morale while competing for sports at regional levels.”
According to Nicholas FLEXIROAM has specially customised the sim for SEA games, the Unlimited Chat SIM card where users can have access to unlimited chat services, such as Whatspps, WeChat, LINE and Facebook Mesenger.
“The SEA games is a great opportunity for us to expose our brand, which is in line with our expansion strategy in South East Asia in the next 12 months”, says Nicholas Yeap.
Flexiroam was established in 2011 with a mission to bring affordable roaming solutions to travellers globally. Over the years, the company has developed a range of products such as digital roaming passes and global SIM cards to deliver an extraordinary roaming experience for travellers. Its service coverage extends beyond 200 countries and territories with access to 580 telecommunications providers globally.
At present, Flexiroam’s core products include the Flexiroam Roaming Pass and the Flexiroam SIM cards, which allow outbound travellers to enjoy international roaming services at pre-determined fixed fees that are significantly lower compared to regular international roaming charges. Flexiroam’s products and services currently offered to outbound travellers from eight countries – Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, the US, and the UK – are supported by the Flexiroam Tracking System (FTS), a cloud-based tracking system that allows global access to its products.
The Company is seeking to obtain approval to be listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) in June this year.