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TM has 2.3 million broadband subscribers, 793k on Unifi as of 3Q15


As of 3Q15, Telekom Malaysia 's (TM) total broadband subscribers is close to 2.3 million. There are 793k Unifi subscribers.

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TM’s HyppTV unveils HyppStars, an on-demand karaoke service

From Left – Sachie Amira (Host HyppInspirasi), Elyssa Alia Ilias (Host HyppInspirasi), Fendi (Host HyppInspirasi), Michael Christian Simon(Managing Director, Homegrown Productions Sdn Bhd) Jeremy Kung ( Executive Vice President, New Media,TM), Emily Wee( Vice President, Business and Media Operation, New Media, TM), Wani Kayrie (Singer), Zahid (Singer) dan Foo Fang Yong (Vice President, Carrier Business, Huawei Technologies (M) Sdn Bhd).

Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM)'s IPTV service, HyppTV unveiled HyppStars, an all-new On-Demand karaoke Service and HyppInspirasi HD – a newly rebrand channel.

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Malaysia Internet Traffic for 1st Half of 2015 up by 60%


Malaysia Internet Exchange (MyIX) – an initiative under the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), released its latest Internet traffic statistics exchanged over the Malaysia Internet exchange, MyIX – covering the first six months of 2015. As of the 1st half of 2015, Internet traffic in Malayisa was recorded at 98,589Mbps as compared with 61,771Mbps in the same period in ...

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MyIX full statement on Budget 2016


Malaysia Internet Exchange (MyIX) or also known as Persatuan Pengendali Internet Malaysia, Deputy Chairman, Lim Chee Meng (picture) comments on Budget 2016. MCMC to provide RM1.2 billion to increase rural broadband speed from 5 Mbps to 20 Mbps   MyIX welcomes the RM1.2 billion budget allocation from MCMC to boost up the Internet infrastructure in rural areas. This is in ...

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TMgo to offer ZTE Blade Qlux 4G LTE smartphone at RM299 [Insider]


Telekom Malaysia (TM) is now quietly offering the ZTE Blade Qlux 4G LTE smartphone at RM299 together with the TMgo sim pack. The prepaid sim pack comes preloaded with 2GB data and free 500MB data every month for 6 months. Based on official specifications, the ZTE Blade Qlux 4G LTE smartphone supports two 4G LTE bands, including FDD-LTE band 3 ...

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Fiber@Home to offer high speed broadband up to 1,000Mbps in Penang


Fiber@Home has been selected by Penang State Government as one of the partners in the Penang Fibre Forward Plan, an initiative designed to provide state-of-the-art communications infrastructure. The company claims that its open access network concept has already been adopted by the leading developers across the country and will now form a key component of the fibre infrastructure for the ...

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MCMC says Malaysians prefer slower broadband speed, supporting Minister’s comment


The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) is saying Malaysians prefer slower broadband packages. On Monday, Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Dr Salleh Said Keruak said that most Malaysians choose to pay less for slower internet speeds instead of spending more on fast connections.

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Akamai: Malaysia Internet Connection Speed slower than Sri Lanka, Thailand


Akamai Technologies, Inc., one of the leading content delivery network (CDN) services in world, released its Second Quarter(Q2), 2015 State of the Internet (SOTI) Report recently. Based on data gathered from the Akamai Intelligent Platform, the report provides insight into key global statistics such as connection speeds, broadband adoption metrics, notable Internet disruptions and IPv4 exhaustion and IPv6 implementation.

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Vietnam, Australia, Singapore have better fixed broadband compared to Malaysia


Using the analysis of 30 countries around the world, Ovum created a Global Broadband Experience Scorecard to compare the quality of the consumer broadband experience. The analysis demonstrates the importance of how customers actually feel about their overall broadband experience, and how a poor experience can lead to customer churn. The research, which surveyed 15,000 fixed broadband consumers in 30 ...

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5 reasons why I won’t upgrade to the new Unifi 30Mbps package


Telekom Malaysia recently unveiled its new Unifi plans with faster download speeds. The Unifi Advance (Unifi 30Mbps) cost RM199 and comes with 30Mbps download speed and 5Mbps upload speed. Users will have to pay more (additional RM50/month) to upgrade from 30Mbps to 50Mbps. Here’s 5 reasons why I won’t upgrade to the new Unifi 30 or Unifi 50 packages:

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