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Malaysia Budget 2021: Government to spend Billions, said to Improve Connectivity

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To improve Digital Connectivity for 2021, the Malaysia Government said it will spend billions as part of Budget 2021.

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Malaysia Government Terminated over 900k Prepaid Lines since 2018

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Some 920,127 prepaid lines were terminated by the Goverment while 457,645 were updated with valid information in order to remain active.

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Malaysia Internet Exchange (MyIX) members now include Huawei, MYNIC & more

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Huawei Technologies, Hurricane Electric and MYNIC Berhad are now part of the Malaysia Internet Exchange (MyIX). Total 117 members.

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“Internet Hotspot Tower” using Bamboo Poles in Pitas

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Folks in Pitas are making their own "hotspot tower" using bamboo poles as they are unable to get good mobile signal/coverage at their home.

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MCMC issued compounds amounting RM700k to 6 Telcos

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15 compounds amounting to RM700k were issued by MCMC to 6 Telcos on offences related to prepaid SIM card registration.

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Sarawak to spend RM50 million on VSAT stations, 30Mbps speeds

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Sarawak state Government to spend RM50 million on Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) stations in rural areas, achieve 30Mbps speeds.

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CFM says that Most Malaysians are not Happy with Internet Speeds

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CFM said their findings show that most consumers are not satisfied with the quality of internet speed promised by Telcos.

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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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