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Malaysia 5G Network to be Commercially Available by July 2020 – MCMC

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MCMC has identified the 700MHz, 3.5GHz and 26/28GHz as the pioneer spectrum bands for the roll-out of 5G in Malaysia, by 3Q of 2020.

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MCMC wants Average 30Mbps Speeds on 3G/4G with NFCP 1 & NFCP 2

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MCMC said that it wants an average 30Mbps mobile Internet speeds for National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP) projects nationwide.

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MCMC says Telecommunications Towers are Monitored, no Health Hazard

MCMC says that construction of telecommunications towers near housing areas would not cause health hazard to the residents nearby.

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MCMC Comments on Malaysia Budget 2020 – NFCP, 5G

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MCMC released a media statement saying that the Budget 2020 reflects the Malaysia Government’s commitment to enhance connectivity across the country.

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USD18k Fee Required to set up One Telco Tower in Malaysia for 3G/4G Services

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At the edotco - International Infrastructure Summit in Malaysia, it was revealed that a staggering USD18k fee is needed to set up a Telco tower in Malaysia.

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Malaysia to Switch Off Analogue TV Broadcast by November 2019

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MCMC announced that Malaysia will switch off Analogue TV Broadcast in phases by November 2019, for the migration to Digital TV.

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Govt to fund half of National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP)

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The Malaysia Government will fund half of the National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan project. About 20k jobs opportunities will be created.

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National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP) approved by Cabinet, will cost RM21.6 billion

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The Malaysia Government approved the implementation of NFCP, a multi-billion project, aims to provide nationwide digital connectivity for all Malaysians.

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