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Malaysia 52Mbps Fibre Optic

Update 1: Post has been edited due to a friendly request. Update 2: Dear readers, apologies for the sudden changes on this post, appreciate if you don’t spread rumours regarding what was removed from this post earlier. As Malaysia will be celebrating its 52nd independence day at the end of this month (31 August 2009), some part of country might ...

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Streamyx is slow? It is the cable fault again

Are you experiencing slower internet connection yesterday and during the past one week? Here’s why: Internet Services Disruption Dear Valued Customers, Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) wishes to announce that there has been a disruption of its Internet services due to circuit faults on the Asia Pacific Cable Network 2 (APCN2) Segment 1 between Kuantan and Katong, Singapore. Due to the ...

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The Mobile Broadband Scene in Malaysia- Interview with Mobile World

Check out this latest interview with Kashminder Singh, Group Managing Editor of Mobile World Magazine on BFM 89.9.

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Free Modem for Student with DiGi Campus Plan

Students can now sign up for DiGi Broadband Discover Campus Plan at RM58 per month and pay absolutely nothing for the USB modem. Likely average download speed on this plan is 700Kbps while the upload speed is around 200Kbps and these is also a 3GB monthly limit. The Discover Campus Plan is available to students age between 18- 25 years ...

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More on Celcom Broadband

Update 1: At Pavillion just now and Celcom 3G was terribly slow with too many packet loss. Had to reload a page a could number of times. My experience on Celcom Broadband has been pretty bad over the past one week. I am wordless so I leave it to Malaysians to express it. F*ck Celcom Broadband! Internet Kelas 3 di ...

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Malaysia’s Mobile Broadband Is Growing Fast

Over the next five years, the Malaysian telecom market will grow at a CAGR of 9.2 percent, Pyramid Research forecasts. In 2014 it will generate $11.7 billion thanks in part to increased demand for mobile and fixed broadband services, notes Tae-Hyung Kim, analyst at Pyramid Research and author of the report. “Mobile penetration reached 98 percent in 2008, which is ...

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New Maxis Broadband Data Only Sim Plan

I don’t know how long this has been made available, but it is certainly a good deal. The Maxis Broadband Advance Lite Plan is a data sim only package(without modem) and offers speed up to 3.6Mbps at RM78 per month or RM68 if you use direct debit. The only thing that you should be looking at before considering this package ...

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Hope Remains Hope for a Better Broadband Service

What is the first thing in your mind when it comes to Malaysia’s Broadband service? As for me, in my opinion, the first thing is that the service is not reliable(generally) and can you still call it broadband when videos on popular site Youtube still buffers on a so called broadband connection? Consumer in Malaysia pays a fixed price on ...

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Mobile Broadband Roadtest

Mobile World is currently working on a mobile broadband roadtest for the next month cover. As you can see we managed to obtain the modems above and we drove to 6 different location to conduct the speedtest. Results? Stay tuned for the Mobile World July 2009 issue. In the mean time, please take part in the poll below, at least ...

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Telco to take broadband experience to new level

All eyes over the next few years will be on Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM), the country’s largest fixed-line phone company, as it is set to take the country’s broadband experience to a new level and transform the nation’s telecommunications infrastructure into the Internet Protocol (IP) era. By end-2012, 1.3 million homes, offices and factories will be able to get broadband ...

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DiGi Broadband: Upcoming Challenges

DiGi Broadband was launched in March this year. A lot people has been asking me about DiGi Broadband, whether is it the right mobile data service for them. Few years back, mobile operators was launching 3G and then later they launched mobile broadband running on 3G and HSDPA. While 3G service(mobile phone) is not that popular in Malaysia, mobile broadband ...

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First company to sign up for HSBB

The first company to sign up for HSBB is a small one called Winet while TM is still “in talks” with other big players in the industry. I wonder why Winet is brave enough to go ahead with it when they are operating in the North and it may take more than a year for HSBB to expand aggressively out ...

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Get the Best Wireless Broadband, ask the Internet Insider

Internet Insider(http://internetinsider.com.my) is a “specialist” who can tell you what is the best wireless broadband service for you. Just make an appointment with them and they will visit you to test all the wireless broadband service available at your area and recommend you the fastest service to subscribe. It’s that simple!! The service is available in the Klang Valley and ...

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Facts about Mobile Broadband

Here’s SOME facts that you should know about mobile broadband using 3G networks: Shared service- Mobile Broadband uses your mobile phone network and it is a shared service, so don’t expect maximum speed(exp: 3.6Mbps) all the time. Mobile & Wireless- Mobile Broadband is made for the purpose of getting broadband while NOT AT HOME and on the move. It is ...

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Jeff Ooi Facing Problem with Maxis BROADBAND….again

Original Post from Screenshots Maxis oh Maxis I have been facing service difficulties in the last 18 hours for Maxis wireless Internet in my residence in Penang. My day-to-day work is really disrupted. My last major problem with Maxis was about a month ago, on March 21. This time, I was only told there was massive SGSN problem, and throughput ...

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