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TIME dotCom capable of supporting 5G networks, gets MEF 3.0 certified

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TIME dotCom it is the first Telco company in Malaysia and the 2nd service provider in the world to achieve the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) 3.0 certification.

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Value for Money Broadband Plans in Malaysia – Oct 2018

Are you looking to sign up for a fixed/wireless broadband service? Check out the Best Value for Money Broadband Plans in Malaysia as of October 2018.

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TIME dotCom offers 1Gbps at RM199 & 100Mbps at RM99

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TIME dotCom now offers 1Gbps Home Fibre Broadband plan at just RM199/month. The 100Mbps plan now cost RM99/month, cheaper compared to Unifi and Maxis.

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TIME dotCom Reports 1H 2018 Financial, plans to expand fibre coverage

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TIME dotCom posted its 1H 2018 financial results with a consolidated revenue growth of 10.6% YoY (1H 2018: RM468.8 million | 1H 2017: RM423.7 million).

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TIME deploys 200G DWDM platform to increase network capacity

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TIME dotcom has deployed a new 200G Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) platform via packet optical transport solution provider Coriant.

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TIME dotCom 100Mbps Fibre Home Broadband Speedtest Report

TIME dotcom 100Mbps Fibre Home Broadband service tested against global speedtest.net servers including in Malaysia, United States (USA) & around the world.

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TIME in talks with Government for Double Broadband Speed at Half Price

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Time dotCom Bhd is actively in talks with the government over the latter’s aspiration to double broadband speed and halve its price for Malaysians.

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TIME dotCom reports 1Q18 Financial Results

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TIME dotCom Berhad announced its financial results for the quarter ended 31 March 2018 that saw a pre-tax profit growth of 18.8% (Q1 2018: RM66.0 million | Q1 2017: RM55.5 million) year-on-year. The company also saw a revenue growth of 5.6% year-on-year from RM218.4 million to RM230.7 million.

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CFM said Fibre Broadband costly in Malaysia, calls for cheaper Internet

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Communications and Multimedia Consumer Forum of Malaysia (CFM) has issued a statement supporting the government’s push towards twice the Internet speed at half the price for broadband service. Minister of Communications and Multimedia Gobind Singh Deo said he will be meeting local telco companies in the next two weeks.

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TIME dotCom partners Huawei to offer TIME CLOUD NFVI solution

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TIME dotCom has paired up with Huawei to launch the TIME CLOUD NFVI solution, Malaysia’s first-ever horizontal network functions virtualisation infrastructure (NFVI) architecture.

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RM0 = 1st month with TIME Fibre Home Broadband, speed up to 500Mbps

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TIME dotCom is now offering zero chargers on the 1st month for new subscription of TIME Fibre Home Broadband. The promotion is part of its new Pay Nothing For Your 1st Month campaign. Customers who sign up for TIME Fibre Home Broadband until 8 April 2018 will pay nothing on their 1st month broadband subscription.

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Data & Data Centre Demand Drives TIME’s 2017 Performance

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TIME dotCom Berhad (“the Group”) benefited from consistent data and data centre demand over the course of the year as it saw a 12.2% year-on-year revenue growth (FY2017: RM860.7 million | FY2016: RM766.9 million) for the financial year ended 31 December 2017 (FY2017).

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AIMS Group shares its Review of 2017 & Outlook for 2018

The AIMS Group, a leading carrier-neutral data services provider, today shares its review of 2017 and outlook for 2018 in Malaysia.

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TIME dotCom Delivers 9M 2017 Revenue Growth of 14.9% [PR]

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TIME dotCom Berhad (“TIME” or “the Group”) reported a consolidated revenue of RM626.7 million for the nine months ended 30 September 2017 (9M 2017).

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AIMS Group: Budget 2018 Wishlist for the Data Centre Industry

AIMS Group, the country’s most interconnected carrier-neutral data centre Group CEO, Chiew Kok Hin, today shares his aspirations for Budget 2018.

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