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TM has 2.34 million broadband customers, including 839k Unifi subscribers in Q415

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Telekom Malaysia (TM) has 2.34 million broadband customers as of the end of 2015, including some 839k on Unifi and 1.5 million on Streamyx.

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Intel collaborates with multiple partners on 5G

Intel Corporation announced new industry partnerships and products that lay the groundwork for faster, smarter and more efficient 5G wireless networks.

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TM offers latest Korean dramas & variety shows via Viu for free

TM Unifi & Streamyx customers gets free 3-months access to Viu. Includes Korean dramas & variety shows, Japanese, Chinese & Taiwanese dramas.

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MyIX records over 1.3 Tbps of Malaysia Internet Traffic in 2015

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MyIX recorded over 1.3 Tbps (Terabit per second) of Malaysia Internet traffic in the year 2015, the highest so far in Malaysia.

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There are now 4,416 LTE devices, including 2,706 smartphones globally

There are now 4,416 LTE devices globally, including 2,706 smartphones according to the latest GSA Status of the LTE Ecosystem report.

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Telekom Malaysia (TM) now owns 72.9% of Packet One Networks (P1)

Telekom Malaysia (TM) now owns 72.9% of Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1). Green Packet's stake fell to 18.9%.

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TM quietly upgrades Unifi Advance 30Mbps upload speed to 10Mbps [Comment]

TM Unifi Advance 30Mbps plan now upgraded with 10Mbps upload speed, Unifi Advance 50Mbps with 20Mbps upload speed. Price remains from RM189.74/month.

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Ovum: 1 billion LTE subscription globally

Global LTE subscription passed the 1 billion subscription mark during the final quarter of 2015, according to global analyst firm Ovum.

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Unifi & Streamyx still expensive, HSBB failure, things TM should do in 2016 [Comment]

Commentary on expensive Streamyx, Unifi pricing in Malaysia, failure of HSBB and things TM should do in 2016.

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Akamai: Malaysia Internet Speed still slower than Sri Lanka, Thailand

Akamai: The average internet speed in Malaysia is slower than Sri Lanka, Australia, Thailand, New Zealand, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong & South Korea.

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