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Telekom Malaysia (TM) Paid about RM4.7 million to Group CEOs in 2020

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Telekom Malaysia (TM) Group CEOs were paid around RM4.7 million in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to its 2020 annual report.

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Celcom has the Highest number of Network Complaints past 6 months – MCMC

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MCMC JENDELA report reveals that Celcom Axiata has the highest number of network complaints from consumers, for the past 6 months.

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MyIX: Big Win for Indonesia & Singapore, Significant Loss for Malaysia

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MyIX is urging the Malaysian Government to reinstate cabotage exemption for foreign vessels to conduct undersea cable repairs.

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MCMC 5G Network Cost in Malaysia: It was RM7.5 billion in 2019, now RM15 billion in 2021

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The Malaysia Government established Digital Nasional Bhd (DNB). It would undertake the national 5G network rollout, costing RM15bil.

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TIME Records Sustained Growth for FY2020

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TIME dotCom Berhad recorded a consolidated Group revenue of RM1,223.2 million for the financial year ended 31 December 2020 (FY2020).

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Malaysia Govt to build & manage its own RM15bil 5G network with TM and Huawei

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Malaysia Government decided that it will build and manage its own 5G network, in partnership with Telekom Malaysia (TM) and Huawei.

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Here’s 5 reasons why your WiFi Internet is slow and how to Improve it

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You are not going to get super-fast WiFi speeds if you don’t optimise your WiFi coverage – this responsibility is on you.

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New MIST Cable System (MIST) will connect Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Thailand and India

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MIST Submarine Cable System (MIST) will directly connect Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Thailand and India (Mumbai and Chennai).

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