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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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Your 5G smartphone from Samsung Malaysia may not work with 5G Networks

A 5G smartphone that does not work with a 5G network - if you get the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G from Samsung Malaysia.

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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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U Mobile opens up 5G Trial Network to Customers, SIM Pre-activated

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Consumers can now experience the new U Mobile 5G trial network in Berjaya Times Square using their own 5G Smartphone. Speeds close to 1Gbps.

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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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5 new Unifi Fixed Broadband + TV + Mobile in a Single Plan

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Telekom Malaysia (TM) announced 5 new Unifi plans that comes bundled with fixed broadband, TV and mobile services. Price starts at RM198.

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Telekom Malaysia now has 2.23 million Broadband Customers (2Q20)

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Telekom Malaysia (TM) reports 2.23 million broadband customers in 2Q20, including 1.55 million customers on Unifi and 676k on Streamyx.

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Huawei & ZTE 5G passes comprehensive Security Audit from GSMA

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Huawei, Nokia and ZTE, have successfully completed an assessment of their 5G product lines via GSMA network security audit.

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