2 Mobile Operators Trialling LTE in Malaysia

If you know what is LTE (Long Term Evolution) , I found out that two telcos in Malaysia is trialling LTE in Malaysia. The trial is on the 900Mhz band and it seems that Red/Green & Blue is currently conducting that trial. Anyway, don’t expect to see LTE for the next 3-4 years because it involves a whole new technology ...

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Mobile World launches Twitter

Mobile World Magazine has a launched its official twitter account. Get live instant updates, rumours/speculations in the mobile world industry. Start subscribing to the Mobile World Twitter updates now!! – http://twitter.com/mobile_world

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XOX is launching

I said this so many times, but it is a fact that XOX is delaying their launch. This time it was suppose to be today and now it has been postponed to 7 May 2009. You probably know what XOX will be offering- Soft Launch of XOX Prepaid But surprisingly, this MVNO will be launching in a Red Box. No ...

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P1 WiMAX Speedtest achieved over 8Mbps

Here’s a screen shot on P1 WiMAX speed test. I was able to achieve a maximum speed of 8.8Mbps when tested on WiGGY during a P1 Live Demonstration in Johor Bahru (official story here). (Click image to enlarge) Of course the P1 guys could have done something by tweaking their network to ensure maximum speed, but theoretically the network is ...

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Your personal details cost just 10 sen

That’s right folks!! Your identify is for up for sale, and it is only 10sen. Check out these 4 articles from Thestar, all appeared yesterday: Beware, your data’s on sale Your personal details can be bought for just 10 sen Little protection under the law Identity theft a real threat So how serious is identity theft? Personally, I have a ...

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DiGi Tariff Transparency

DiGi does it first again!! This time, the yellow man is now offering a service called Tariff Transparency so that DiGi customers could check whether the number they are calling is on the DiGi network. DiGi is offering this service although Voice calls on their prepaid and postpaid service are based on flat rate. Maybe it is for the purpose ...

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Maxis Network Problem

Isn’t it time you were part of something big? I had been experiencing a lot of drop calls on my Maxis mobile number over the past one month. I checked with a number of friends and most of them had the same problem. A friend of mine from a network equipment company told me recently that Maxis is upgrading their ...

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New Upcoming P1 D Series WiMAX Modem From Packet One

P1 will soon launch a new D series modem to replace the current customer premises equipement (CPE) -DS 300. The new fixed WiMAX modem(D Series) will include video surveillance & VoIP capability. You can just plug in a normal phone line into this modem and make calls to any phone number in Malaysia. It is believed that P1 is the ...

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Tunetalk has chosen XIUS-bcgi Mobile Services Platform (MSP)

XIUS-bcgi, a leader in delivering innovative telecom solutions for mobile operators and MVNOs worldwide, and Tunetalk, Malaysia’s low-cost mobile phone operator, today announced that Tunetalk has chosen the XIUS-bcgi Mobile Services Platform (MSP) to power the launch and delivery of its paradigm-changing advertising supported, mobile phone service initially in Malaysia and subsequently to other countries in the ASEAN region. XIUS-bcgi’s ...

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Complications in U Mobile?

This post has been taken down due to a request from U Mobile. I am waiting for an official statement that will be published here.

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The New 3 in 1 Ministry Will Now "Joget" As Well

Now we have a new ministry for Communication. It’s called Information, Communications and Culture Ministry. No, I did not wrote it wrong, I did say CULTURE Ministry. It took me a while to write this post because I was still thinking. How would Culture blend with Information and Communications? Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has elected Dato’ Seri Utama ...

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Soft Launch of XOX Prepaid

Look like someone has quietly soft launched their services. XOX, a MVNO operator who has network agreement with Celcom and using the 010 prefix seems to have their website up with detailed info of their new prepaid offering. As for now, I don’t see any good reasons to switch to XOX. Their pricing are very much similar to Xpax. However, ...

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Jeff Ooi Facing Problem with Maxis BROADBAND….again

Original Post from Screenshots Maxis oh Maxis I have been facing service difficulties in the last 18 hours for Maxis wireless Internet in my residence in Penang. My day-to-day work is really disrupted. My last major problem with Maxis was about a month ago, on March 21. This time, I was only told there was massive SGSN problem, and throughput ...

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P1 Makes Changes on WiGGY Speed

If you notice the picture above, Packet One appears to have made changes on their marketing material for their WiGGY. It was rather confusing when P1 says that WiGGY offers speed up to 10Mbps when you don’t enjoy that speed on average usage. Resulted from the gathering with their WiGGY test users early last week, P1 now claims an average ...

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Mobile Internet: Speed vs Connectivity

How many of you uses mobile internet on your mobile phone? If you do then which will you prefer, do you want connectivity or speed? When I say connectivity, I mean any type of mobile connection starting from GPRS up to HSDPA regardless of the mobile technology as long as you have a mobile connection on your phone. As for ...

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