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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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P1 Makes Changes on WiGGY Speed

If you notice the picture above, Packet One appears to have made changes on their marketing material for their WiGGY. It was rather confusing when P1 says that WiGGY offers speed up to 10Mbps when you don’t enjoy that speed on average usage. Resulted from the gathering with their WiGGY test users early last week, P1 now claims an average ...

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Mobile Internet: Speed vs Connectivity

How many of you uses mobile internet on your mobile phone? If you do then which will you prefer, do you want connectivity or speed? When I say connectivity, I mean any type of mobile connection starting from GPRS up to HSDPA regardless of the mobile technology as long as you have a mobile connection on your phone. As for ...

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Blogger Event 2: P1 Receives User’s Feedback

Yesterday, I attended a P1 gathering that was organised by P1 for bloggers who are testing out their services. This was a session where P1 asked us for feedback. Below are some of the feedback received and P1 representatives said that will look into it: Network Issues- Connecting to the network, network problems, connecting during weak signal reception (example: 1 ...

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P1 Network Issues

To those P1 WiMAX Subscribers who had problems with your internet connection, kindly visit P1 website for the latest announcements- http://www.p1.com.my/highlights/highlights_announcements.aspx I wonder how would you visit the website when your internet connection is down? Maybe P1 should find alternative ways of informing customers about their network issues such as during the early days(of P1 WiMAX) when P1 sends out ...

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TM: Service Disruption

Dear Valued Customers, Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) wishes to announce that there is a disruption of its Internet services due to circuit faults on the SMW3 between Tuas, Singapore and Penang linking Malaysia to Hong Kong and APCN2 near Chongming, China connecting Malaysia to the United States. As a result, customers using the Internet services may experience slow browsing while ...

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TM HSBB Project- Disappointment

TM on last Monday disclosed the indicative terms and conditions (ITC) for HSBB which is now made available to its potential wholesale customers. According to one of the local daily publication, it claimed that the majority of industry players which attended the briefing by Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) on Monday afternoon were disappointed that they did not get what they ...

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DiGi 3G Broadband

Check out the official launch of DiGi 3G Broadband- read here My opinion on price? Its expensive, especially when you need to pay upfront (RM300) to register for the broadband plus modem when I can buy a Celcom Vodafone modem at RM333 (plus a 12 months contract). I also think that the Explore and Extreme packages are overpriced. While the ...

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Data only Celcom Prepaid Plan

Celcom will be launching a data only prepaid service soon by the end of this week. This will the first of its kind in Malaysia. The company will also announce its latest promotion on Celcom-Vodafone USB Stick and Celcom Broadband Wireless Gateway. Note that Celcom is currently the No. 1 mobile broadband provider in Malaysia, so don’t get confuse with ...

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Mobile Telecom Predictions for 2009

I know this post is extremely late and there has been lots of email since January about this. I apologize for that as I never had the time to write my predictions for 2009. Here’s a very short list on what to look out for in the local telecom industry this year: Aggressive 3G services I know that everyone has ...

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HIGH Speed Maxis HSDPA

FINALLY! My home gets HSDPA coverage from Maxis. This happened about a month ago. Yes. Yes. Its just HSDPA, nothing much to shout about, but I’ve just been running on 3G only.. all this time. Its about time Maxis “Upgraded” its services to HSDPA in my area. Unfortunately, the speed is not all that great. Its Downright Pitiful! Read the ...

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