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Green Packet sets to roll out Wireless Broadband

Green Packet Bhd, which migrated to the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia yesterday, is set to roll out its wireless broadband services within the Klang Valley soon, with capital, technology and human resources in place. In a statement yesterday, Green Packet group managing director and chief executive officer Puan Chan Cheong said: “The wireless broadband services will add to the ...

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3G license in wrong hands?

Now it has been more than 2 years since 3G service has been launched. Maxis had some 380,000 3G customer as at April this year while Celcom has 270,000 3G customers. There are close to 23 million mobile users in the country. Did 3G failed to take off? MiTV and Time was awarded 3G license on March 2006 last year. ...

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Announcement: DiGi

1.Service Upgrade for Prepaid & Postpaid system Good isn’t good enough for us. To enhance our services further, we’re upgrading our prepaid and postpaid system today so you can enjoy the best of DiGi tomorrow. The upgrading work is set to take place from 26th – 27th June 2007, between the hours of 11 pm and 9 am.During this period, ...

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Macrokiosk offers Automated Mobile XChange (AMX)

Mobile messaging technology enabler Macrokiosk Bhd believes its Automated Mobile XChange (AMX) solution is the answer to service problems faced by telecommunications companies and their subscribers. The product is to help telcos in the region fight unsolicited SMSes, launch their own external content provider programme, provide a content delivery mechanism, and handle number portability. It was launched during CommunicAsia 2007 ...

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Macrokiosk denies spoofing

Local mobile messaging gateway provider Macrokiosk Bhd has defended itself against accusations that it is involved in the recently publicised cases of SMS spoofing. Macrokiosk is also listed three times on the MCMC (Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission) list of non-compliant content providers, which can be viewed at http://www.mcmc.gov.my/consumer/non_compliance.asp. As a result, the company has drawn disapproval from some mobile ...

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Maxis will soon implement SMS antispam system

Maxis will soon implement antispamming and antispoofing solutions which it claims will lower the amount of SMS scams received by its 8.5 million customers by up to 80%. To be up and running in July, the telco has invested close to RM3.5mil in the technology that would verify the authenticity of the sender before the message reaches the receiver. The ...

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Maxis to maintain mobile data revenue growth

THE country’s largest mobile operator, Maxis Communications Bhd, aims to maintain its mobile data revenue growth this year with more content downloads and higher third-generation (3G) customer base. The company is on track to double its 3G customer base this year to more than 446,000 users. It had 380,000 active 3G users as at April this year. Maxis’ mobile data ...

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Ignore SMS related to Tax status

If you happen to receive any sms that claims to be from Customs Department enquiring about your tax status, IGNORE IT!!! Quotes from TheStar: “Although we had announced that the system would be launched on April 1, its implementation was deferred on technical grounds,” said Customs Sirim Integrated Electronic Common System (SPEKS)Senior Assistant Director II, Iskandar Jaafar. “The consumers were ...

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Streamyx now larger and stronger with 1 million customers

Dear Malaysians, THANK YOU for supporting streamyx. They are now the one and only ISP which is the biggest, largest company with the largest, biggest customer base in Malaysia. Going back to history, Streamyx was introduced in April 2001, reached its 100,000th customer in December 2003, hit the half million mark at the end of 2005 and had happy 915,000 ...

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Nasion Com’s founder claims trial to 3 charges

Datuk Chee Kok Wing, 44, who is also the founder of NasionCom Holdings Bhd and former NasionCom Holdings group managing director has been charged in the Sessions Court two days ago for submitting misleading and false information to the Securities Commission (SC). Around 3 months ago, the Securities Commission has reprimanded NasionCom Holdings Bhd and gave it a month to ...

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DiGi on possible tie-up with a Broadband provider

It is speculated that DiGi might partner or take over its rival to expand its broadband services. “We are not against acquisitions but are not on the hunt either” chief executive officer Morten Lundal said after the company’s AGM on May 8, 2007 at Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur.Time dotCom Bhd and Green Packet Bhd was said to be the “possible” ...

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Poll Results:Green Packet, the preferred WiMAX provider among Telco Talk readers

Green Packet tops all the other WiMAX operator as the chosen WiMAX provider to offer an alternative to the Malaysian for a better broadband service. Don’t forget to vote for the new poll on the right sidebar..

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Green Packet all set for broadband wireless service

IF preparedness is a reliable predictor of success, then Green Packet Bhd looks set to be a leading broadband player in Malaysia. Among the four WiMAX licensees, the Mesdaq company has arguably the most solid base for the rollout of wireless broadband services. The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission last month named the successful applicants for the 2.3GHz broadband wireless ...

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REDtone now the WIDEST and of of the LARGEST WiMAX operator

REDtone has formed a partnership with eB Technologies that enables REDtone to use the 2.5Ghz and 3.5Ghz in Peninsular Malaysia. On March 17 last month, REDtone was awarded a 2.5Ghz spectrum to operate WiMAX in Sabah and Sarawak. With this partnership, it makes REDtone the ONLY WiMAX operator with access to all 3 WiMAX spectrum that enables it to cover ...

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To :33030 "Mr.Taxi,pls pick me up in Cyberjaya n send me 2 Putrajaya"

Its right. If you live or if you need a cab in Putrajaya or Cyberjaya, just SMS!! The SMS service is monitored by Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (CVLB) and operates in Cyberjaya and Putrajaya. There are also plans to implement it in the Klang Valley. To use the service, a user first sends his/her address either in Putrajaya or Cyberjaya(Note: ...

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