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New Celcom Broadband with Huawei modem and Feedback Needed

Most people has complained that Celcom Broadband does not come with modem. The latest rumors I have heard is that Celcom will start to offer the Vodafone branded Huawei E220 modem at RM499 that comes with a 12 months contract which after that the modem becomes the property of the customer. A monthly charge of RM99 applies with speed up ...

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Complaint-Make yourself heard!!!

If you have any problems with your mobile services or Internet, like having drop calls, no coverage, false charges including SMS charges billed by third party, slow internet service, frequent disconnection on Internet…...make a complaint to the MCMC IF the service provider has failed to solve your problem within 30 days of your complaint made to the service provider. Contact ...

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Surf with U Mobile Broadband

U Mobile has launch its first ever commercial product. Called Surf with U, this mobile broadband is priced at RM78 a month and comes with a HSDPA modem. Below is 5 reasons from U Mobile on why you should subscribe to Surf with U: It’s Fast—Over our unique HSDPA-Driven network, Surf with U delivers a best average speed of 1.8Mbps. ...

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Wireless Broadband Research (Update)

A friend of mine is doing a research on HSDPA broadband in Malaysia in order to fulfill her degree. If you are using either Maxis Broadband or Celcom Broadband, please be kind enough to take the survey here. I hope we all can play a small role to fulfill her degree. Note: Please send the completed survey to siewyee_asy(at)yahoo.com

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New Maxis WiFi Modem (E960) (UPDATE)

Now you can have an additional option to subscribe Maxis Broadband. The new Maxis WiFi Modem (E960) offers built in WiFi on top of the normal Maxis Broadband modem so that you don’t have to get a WiFi router. It also supports USB/LAN mode and the best thing is, it is plug and play. The modem comes with the Power ...

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Blue Cube USB modem

(Image is for illustration purpose only) Blue Cube has launched its new USB modem that allows surfing the net while on the go. This modem supports 3G up to 7.2Mbps and it also offers Plug & Play just like the Huawei E220 modem. The Blue Cube modem has the capability to make and receive call, SMS and Internet at the ...

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P1 signs WiMAX deal with Alcatel-Lucent

Packet One Networks (M) Sdn Bhd (P1) has awarded the contract to deploy and manage its 2.3Ghz mobile WiMAX 802.16e network to Alcatel-Lucent. The phase 1 of the deployment is valued at USD$71 million(close to RM230 million). It will allow P1 to deploy and offer high speed WiMAX 802.16e broadband service to the Malaysians. More here.

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What to expect from the year 2008

Here are the list of what to expect in 2008: Nine Mobile operators The number of Mobile operators in Malaysia will probably reach nine. Here is the list: Celcom Maxis DiGi Merchantrade-(MVNO on Celcom network) REDtone-(MVNO on Celcom network) Tune Talk-(MVNO on Celcom network) U Mobile Time/DiGi XOX.Com-MVNO Mobile Number Portability The Mobile Number Portability(MNP) is expected to launch by ...

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DiGi and TIME signs definitive agreement

DiGi and TIME has signed a definitive agreement that would allow it to make formal applications to transfer the 3G license owned by TIME to DiGi. Read more here. During the press conference, Morten Lundal, CEO of DiGi is so convenient that the Government would approve the transfer of the 3G license. I wish DiGi all the best in making ...

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eB Capital wins broadband project

Wireless broadband and telephony provider eB Technologies (M) Sdn Bhd (eB Tech), a wholly-owned subsidiary of eB Capital Bhd, has been awarded a contract to provide wireless Internet access to the community of Kepala Batas, Seberang Prai, under the Penang & Kulim Pilot Broadband Project. Read more

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One TM 1 Number

TM has launched 1 Number, where you could use only 1 Number to stay in touch with any of your mobile or fixed line number, anywhere, anytime. With 1 number, users will be given a 1700-80-xxxx and will be connected to their TM Homeline/Businessline, or their Celcom number. (Click image for larger view) It works the other way round. You ...

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Free Streamyx with selected Natsys computers

Soon, you will be able to purchase selected Natsys desktop PCs or notebook computers that comes with 24-month free Streamyx 1.0Mbps subscription with a free modem and one-year warranty. Telekom Malaysia and Nadiayu Technologies (Natsys) are working together to make it easier for the Malaysians to buy a personal computer that comes with broadband Internet connection. The programme, being called ...

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Free WiFi from P1

Packet One Networks (M) Sdn Bhd , a subsidiary of Green Packet Bhd, is offering its newly launched WiFi service for free. Two packages are offered: Shared Access Two packages are available under Shared Access: Hot Zone(WiFi) The Hot Zone will be free until 17 Feb 2008 where after that users will be charged as below: -1 Day Plan: RM5-7 ...

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DiGi views the year 2008 as a successful year

Taken from an interview in Theedgedaily here. Morten LundalDiGi.com Bhd Chief Executive Officer Q: What is your take on the outlook for 2008?A: As we say every time we look forward, it’s going to be more challenging and even more competitive, that’s the mindset we need to have. We expect to continue to innovate and also to focus even more ...

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What to expect from Green Packet on WiMAX?

Packet One, a subsidiary of Green Packet, one of the 4 WiMAX 2.3Ghz licensee, has been interviewed by Business Times. Below are the 7 questions with Michael Lai, CEO of Green Packet International Sdn Bhd. Michael Lai QUESTION: What is going to differentiate your service with others? Lai: We will go to market with fixed voice first, then it will ...

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