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A group of 6 people to resolve National Broadband problem

Everyone in this country has something to say when it comes to our Broadband service. The Government is aware of this(broadband issues) and they gave us(consumers) a team of only 6 people to resolve problems from at least one million broadband users out there.

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Data Cap or No Data Cap?

About 2 days after UniFi was launched by the Prime Minister of Malaysia. TM announced that it will not impose any data capping on its High Speed Broadband Service(HSBB) which it initially planned. The truth is, TM is not sure whether it should limit data usage of its High Speed Broadband customers. Question- Why would you buy a Ferrari car ...

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Statement from TM on UniFi data volume cap

Looks like TM will be implementing the monthly data cap, in the future, read full statement from TM after the jump.

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Power of Social Media: No more Cap on UniFi

Thanks to the power of social media!, TM will no longer impose any monthly data cap on their newly launched HSBB packages. Via its Twitter account, TM announced that it will no longer impose any data limit on all its Unifi packages, for now.

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TM HSBB: Commentary from Nokia Siemens Networks

Below is the commentary from Tan Sri Rainer Althoff, Malaysia Chairman, Nokia Siemens Networks.

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Detailed TM Unifi Pricing & Packages

TM’s HSBB/UniFi pricing, packages and more details after the jump!

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TM HSBB service launched, its called UniFi

Full Press Release after the jump! More details including pricing will only be revealed tomorrow.

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Live Tweeting from the TM HSBB launch

I will be at the TM HSBB launch at Dataran Merdeka later. You can follow my Twitter account or you may just visit my Twitter page if you don’t have a Twitter account- www.twitter.com/scamboy (Refresh the web page every few minutes for my latest update) Live tweets starts about 7pm!

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TM HSBB TVC

TM will be launching HSBB tomorrow. Here’s the initial HSBB TV Commercial Ad. Click Play to watch the video after the jump.

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TM signs up 20 content providers for IPTV

Telekom Malaysia has signed up with 20 content providers to offer IPTV service on HSBB. As I blog about the HSBB IPTV service before, TM will offer about 32 channels for IPTV which is currently available for free till June 2010 for current trial subscribers. More details should be revealed tomorrow.

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TM to launch Social Networking site Yemmz

Tonight, TM will launch their 1st social networking site called Yemmz. TM calls it a social trading network- “Social Networking and E-commerce site for local communities”. In my opinion TM is not re-inventing something new here. There are already other sites like lelong.com.MY and eBay Malaysia plus a bunch of other similar sites that allows E-commerce.

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You are invited to the launch of TM HSBB

As I have mentioned earlier, TM’s is launching the HSBB service on the 24 March 2010 at Dataran Merdeka. The HSBB public viewing/showcase will be open for public on 24 March 2010, 7pm-10pm and 25 March, 8pm-10pm.

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Mobile data bandwidth: Demand for capacity

Mobile data bandwidth consumption grew 72% in second half of last year, driven by rapid uptake of streaming video. According to a report from Allot Communications, the global surge in bandwidth usage is attributed the growing popularity of high-bandwidth content and the increased availability of mobile internet devices. Mobile bandwidth consumption in APAC expanded 86% compared to the Americas, where ...

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Experience on TM’s HSBB

First of all, I would like to thank TM for inviting me to the HSBB briefing late last month. Tested over a 20Mbps connection that was deployed at Menara Mutiara Bangsar, I was able to get a maximum speed of 15Mbps via WiFi. Basically when you are subscribed to HSBB, you will be given: Left- BTU, Right- RG

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TM to launch HSBB on 24 March 2010

The date is finally set, the second round of a broadband monopoly with support from the Government of Malaysia. Telekom Malaysia will launch the High Speed Broadband (HSBB) retail service at Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur this 24 March 2010. TM will announce a new branding for its HSBB service as well as its packages and pricing. The initial four areas ...

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