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P1 4G ONE Plan offers Broadband for Home & On the Go

P1 today launched ONE Plan, a 2 in 1 broadband package that is targeted to home and on the go users. Three packages are offered under ONE Plan, they are- ONE 89, ONE 129 & ONE 169.

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TM’s VADS in collaboration with MIMOS for Cloud Services

TM’s wholly owned subsidiary, VADS today partnered with MIMOS to offer its VADS Cloud Computing services in coming months. The cloud service from VADS will be powered by the MIMOS Cloud Computing Platform which is currently in Beta testing, according to MIMOS President & CEO, Datuk Abdul Wahab Abdullah and Abdul Aziz Abdul Kadir. (Ghazali Omar, CEO of VADS (2nd ...

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Instanet Prepaid Broadband from Celcom

Celcom Axiata today re-branded their prepaid broadband service as Instanet. (Dato’ Sri Shazalli Ramly, Chief Executive Officer of Celcom Axiata Berhad (second from right), Afizulazha Abdullah, Celcom’s Chief Operations, Advanced Data(right) and Zalman Aefendy Zainal Abidin, Celcom’s Chief Marketing Office) 3 new prepaid broadband plans are available under Instanet: Instanet Monthly: RM50/month(1st time subscription @RM30), 1.5GB  data allowance, speed up ...

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Malaysia: 17.5 Million Internet Users, 5 Million on Broadband, 10 Million on 3G

Speaking at the World Bloggers & Social Media Summit 2011 here at PWTC today, Minister of Communication Dato’ Seri Utama Dr. Rais Yatim revealed that Malaysia currently have 17.5 million Internet users as of April 2011. Out of that number, there are 5 million broadband users, 2.5 million wireless broadband users and 10 million 3G subscribers. In an unrelated matter, ...

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[Insider] New MB128 Mobile Broadband Plan from U Mobile

U Mobile is set to offer a new mobile broadband plan called MB128. At RM128/month, U Mobile prepaid/postpaid customers will get to enjoy speed up to 42Mbps and a data cap of 15GB a month.

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Celcom signed HSBB agreement with TM

Celcom Axiata and TM have signed an agreement where TM will provide High Speed Broadband (HSBB) services to Celcom. The agreement provides Celcom access to the last-mile and end user premises covered by the HSBB project. However it is not clear if this agreement will change the way how Celcom offers their broadband service to customers. It is unclear if ...

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EMAS now available via UniFi’s HyppTV

TM and Media Prima together today launched EMAS, a retro contemporary TV channel in Malaysia targeting the Gen-Y. (Datuk Dr Halim Shafie, Chairman, TM & Datuk Johan Jaaffar, Chairman, Media Prima Berhad, officiating the launch of HyppTV’s latest premium channel – EMAS, joined by TV3’s personalities from the 80s and 90s, as well as the management of TM and Media ...

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TM & Media Prima to launch retro TV channel- EMAS

Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) together with Media Prima Berhad will be launching Malaysia’s first retro TV channel called EMAS later today. EMAS is one of the 7 HyppTV premium channels announced earlier this month. Details of EMAS below:

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[Opinion] DiGi has the worst 3G network, poor service

I have been a DiGi customer for over 7 years and watched this company with a few hundred thousand customers grown to millions of customers today. I still remember the “glory days” of DiGi, a very successful mobile operator under the leadership of Tore Johnsen and Morten Lundal between the year 2003-2008. I would say that DiGi was feared by ...

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TM 1Q 2011 Financial Results

Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) has announced its financial results for the first quarter ended 31 March 2011. Key points: Revenue  growth of 1.1%  to RM2.148 billion in 1Q2011 from RM2.124 billion in the corresponding period last year Added over 28,000 new Streamyx subscribers in 1Q201, now total 1.71 million Streamyx users As of now, UniFi has been rolled out to ...

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VADS to offer managed telepresence services, powered by Cisco

Telekom Malaysia’s wholly owned subsidiary, VADS has sign an agreement with Cisco to offer to offer managed telepresence services to private and public sectors. Telepresence is a videoconferencing technology that allows virtual meetings to be conducted using life-size, high-definition video and spatial discrete audio. It enables real-time, face-to-face interactions that create an immersive collaboration experience, giving users the feeling of ...

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7 new premium channels on HyppTV

TM has added 7 new premium channels & 5 new Video On Demand (VOD) categories to HyppTV; set to be available in June 2011. HyppTV now has a total of 44 channels – 15 free channels, 29 premium channels, 14 VOD categories and 11 interactive applications. The new HyppTV premium channels are: Al Jazeera, tvN HD, Nat Geo Adventure HD, ...

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Telco Players Urged To Collaborate In Spreading Broadband Benefits To People

Big players in the telecommunications industry have been urged to intensify collaboration with the smaller content and applications companies in Malaysia in order to make broadband services for the people more meaningful. Content and applications are the keys in broadband services as these are what customers will eventually use and see and not the technology, said Information, Communication and Culture ...

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[Press Release] Malaysia’s WiMAX operators make their mark in broadband market

Melbourne, 9th May 2011. Malaysia’s aggressive WiMAX operators – P1 4G and Yes – are shaking up Malaysia’s broadband market. These operators offer valuable insights for the rest of Asia about how WiMAX operators can be strong broadband competitors, according to a new report* from research firm Ovum. “Incumbent TM’s slow ADSL service is under pressure from P1 4G’s cheap, ...

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[Press Release] Malaysia Needs to Continue Broadband Achievements

PETALING JAYA, 4 May 2011- Michael Lai, CEO of Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (‘P1’) says Malaysia has progressed in broadband developments but there is still work to be done in making broadband access available to all Malaysians. Among the pertinent areas for improvement are cost of telecommunications infrastructure, spectrum utilization and affordability for consumers. “Malaysia stands out as ...

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