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Celcom has the Slowest 4G Network in Malaysia – Opensignal Report

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The latest April 2021 mobile experience report from Opensignal revealed that Celcom has the slowest 4G network in Malaysia.

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Celcom has the Highest number of Network Complaints past 6 months – MCMC

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MCMC JENDELA report reveals that Celcom Axiata has the highest number of network complaints from consumers, for the past 6 months.

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Celcom and Digi to merge, Idham Nawawi as CEO

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Axiata Group and Telenor Asia announced the merger of Celcom Axiata and Digi in Malaysia. The new company will be called Celcom Digi Berhad.

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Celcom MAX: Fibre & Mobile Plan single bill, with RM21 Monthly Savings

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Celcom MAX, a new 24-months contract plan combining home fibre broadband and MEGA postpaid in a single bill, from RM179 a month.

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Ookla Q3-Q4 2020 Report: Kota Kinabalu has the Slowest Mobile Download Speeds

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Ookla revealed that Kota Kinabalu (Sabah) has the slowest mobile download speeds among the location tested in Malaysia during Q3-Q4 2020.

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Celcom, Digi and Maxis to Develop & Share Fibre for the next 20 years

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Celcom, Digi and Maxis said that they will collaborate to develop and share fibre infrastructure in Malaysia, for the next 20 years.

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Celcom, Maxis & DiGi had been losing smartphone users in 2019 – Opensignal

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Celcom, Maxis and DiGi had been losing smartphone users for the most of 2019, according to mobile network analytics company Opensignal.

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Free 1GB Internet from 5 Telcos will continue until 30 April 2021

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The free 1GB daily Productivity Internet for consumers will continue to be offered by 5 mobile service providers in Malaysia.

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