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TMNet’s GREAT Super Duper Deal

TMNet will be introducing a new Streamyx Super Duper Deal to increase broadband usage in the country. The package which is priced at RM77 /1MBps for 24 months. To subscribe, visit any Clickers Authorised Service Outlet (CASO), TMpoint or TM Authorised Resellers. Register online at www.bluehyppo.com or www.tm.net.my (both websites are not updated at this point of writing, click here ...

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TMNet: Cekap, Cepat dan Pantas

This email was taken from the FOSS'(Free and Open source software Malaysia) mailing list. Written by Kevin Francis We all know that TM is basically screwing us over. This is a fact. Some people have defended TM saying they lack the connections to western countries. Look at this list of peers: http://www.robtex.com/asmacro/as-4788.html Streamyx peers with the London Internet Exchange, Level ...

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The future of Malaysian Telecoms?

Study Finds Radio Spectrum Auctions Prone to Anti-Competitive Behavior A new study filed with the USA’s telecoms regulator, the FCC reports that the regulator’s use of auctions for assigning spectrum licenses could be subject to anti-competitive behavior by incumbent carriers. The announcement about the new study came from M2Z, a company which is seeking to build its own wireless network. ...

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VADS gets TM’s RM47.3m job

Telekom Malaysia Berhad has awarded VADS Bhd a contract worth RM47.3m to provide maintenance services for IBM hardware and software. VADS, a 66.86% subsidiary of TM, provides managed network services, managed contact centre services, managed e-services, managed application services and systems integration services.

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“Telekom Malaysia Tak Boleh Pakai”

To know whether Telekom Malaysia boleh pakai or Tak Boleh Pakai, continue reading here.

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TM on WiMAX(updated)

TM is planning to launch their WiMAX services on the 2.5GHz spectrum if they are given a green light by the Multimedia Communication and Multimedia Commission(MCMC). TM says they are ready to spend the same amount (RM250million-RM300million) as the current 2.3GHz spectrum owners which is expected by MCMC. Quoted from The Edge Daily: “Since we were not able to get ...

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TM Net has 915,000 happy customers

TM Net Sdn Bhd is planning a one million customers this years as they currently has some 915,000 customers as at end of February. TM Net also announced its partnership with QSR Brands Bhd on the installation of tmnet hotspot services at 128 Pizza Hut restaurants in the country. TM Malaysia business integrated marketing general manager Zainab Hashim is quoted ...

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TM plans RM18.1b revenue this year

Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) is targeting to achieve a revenue of RM18.1 billion this year. TM said revenue growth was expected to be largely driven by its international operations in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and its domestic mobile operations. Quoted from The Edge Daily: “The plan for TM in the next three years is to become a strong regional player ...

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TM Partners Verizon To Develop Local IP Capabilities

Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) will team up with Verizon Business to explore the development of Malaysian-based Internet Protocol (IP) hub. The Benefits? establishment of such a hub will enable companies within the country to benefit from locally-based IP services Malaysian and foreign-owned companies located in Malaysia would have the opportunity to use cutting-edge IP network technology and prepare for future ...

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Announcement: TM Net

We wish to inform our valued customers that TM Net will be performing a service upgrading exercise on its e-mail servers, which include the smtp.tm.net.my, pop.tm.net.my & webmail.tm.net.my from 6.00 p.m. on Friday, 29th December 2006 until 6.30 a.m. on Saturday, 30th December 2006.

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Announcement: TM Net

We wish to inform our customers that the Internet service is currently experiencing a degradation in performance caused by several outages at some of the international links. This is attributed to the Richter 7.1 magnitude earthquake that struck off the southern coast of Taiwan at 12.07 a.m. on 27th December 2006, which caused the APCN2 (Asia Pacific Cable Network 2) ...

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Telekom mum on news of cable link project with AT&T

TELEKOM Malaysia Bhd (TM), the country’s biggest phone company, is keeping mum on talk that it is in discussion with AT&T, the largest US telephone company, to build a cable link between the US and South-East Asia.

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