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3G Shut Down: Millions of Maxis & Celcom 4G customers may need 2G to make Calls

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Post 3G network shut down, millions of Maxis and Celcom Axiata customers may need to rely on 2G networks to make/receive voice calls.

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Malaysia Government wants 100% 4G Coverage, 100Mbps 5G Speeds

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JENDELA: The Government of Malaysia wants 100% 4G LTE mobile coverage and over 100Mbps mobile broadband speeds via 5G by the end of 2025.

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Maxis, Celcom, Digi & U Mobile to retire 3G Network at the end of 2021

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Maxis, Celcom Axiata, Digi and U Mobile said that they plan to retire their 3G networks at the end of 2021, as part of JENDELA.

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Exclusive Telco Broadband in High Rise Buildings Not Allowed- MCMC & MyCC

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MCMC does not allow any exclusive arrangements between Telcos and property developers or building management companies in highrise buildings.

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NFCP 1: Sabah to get 50 new Telco Towers, operated by U Mobile

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NFCP 1: edotco Malaysia and FGV Prodata Systems will construct 50 new Telco Towers in Sabah for 3G and 4G service, operated by U Mobile.

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MyIX opens up peering to Government Agencies, Universities & SMEs

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MyIX is opening up its Internet Exchnage for peering with Government Agencies, Financial Institutions, Universities & SMEs.

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Malaysia Government to call for 5G Tender soon, for the 700Mhz Band

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The Malaysia Government will soon call for a 5G tender on the 700Mhz band. However it is not yet decided on a 5G consortium.

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MP calls for Minister of Communications and Multimedia to Resign

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A member of parliament (MP) has demanded the resignation of Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah, the current Minister of Communications and Multimedia.

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