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Telcos in PC Fair

The smart PIKOM has placed all the telcos in one section. Picture below shows DiGi at the up(far left end in yellow), Maxis in the middle(the largest/longest telco booth in green), TM on the right(far right in orange) and Celcom at the bottom (in blue).DiGi Dealer and Maxis Sales Team selling side by sideMaxis bought half of the place just ...

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P1 in PC Fair

If you live in around KLCC, Golden Triangle, Pekelliling, Setapak, Gombak, Seri Rampai, Sentul, Pudu, and some areas in Subang Jaya, register yourself for a free 14 days P1 WiMAX service now. P1 has decline to reveal any information on pricing, however, a reliable source claims that 4 packages will offered with speed ranging from 200Kbps to 2.4Mbps. A 1.2 ...

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MCMC: WiMAX deadline on August

MCMC said that all 4 WiMAX operators(P1, Asiaspace, Redtone, YTLe) must launch WiMAX before September this year. If the operators don’t launch, they can be fined and later has the risk of losing the 2.3Ghz license. Full Story here.

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iPhone 3G coming to Malaysia?

Looks like iPhone 3G is coming to Malaysia, officially. It was first reported in The Malaysian Insider that the iPhone 3G will soon be available via Maxis and it will be priced under RM1,000. Later Maxis’s spokesperson said that we “decline to comment on speculation”, as normal. In the 2008 Mobile Content Challenge that took place last Friday, the CEO ...

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P1 WiMAX user trial

“Be the 1st to test WiMAX“-that’s what the flyer below says. P1 is currently conducting user trials. If I am not wrong, the trial period is 14 days which after that the user can continue to subscribe the P1 WiMAX, of course, with a monthly fee. But I am not sure about the fee. There are no charge to try ...

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Free Internet in Sunway Pyramid

Now you can surf for free in Sunway Piramid, thanks to P1. Sadly, the free WiFi service only offers speed up to 128Kbps. The project is called [email protected] This WiFi service does not use WiMAX as backend but [email protected] does. More info and other coverage areas here.

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StarBiz Interview with DiGi

Here’s the interview with Johan Dennelind, CEO of DiGi by Errol Oh, TheStar. After the interview was published by StarBiz, TheStar framed the story and sent it to the CEO office. What was that one thing that convinced you that coming back to Malaysia was the right thing to do? The challenge of taking DiGi to the next level. It’s ...

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The table of DiGi CEO

This is the table of Johan Dennelind, CEO of DiGi. Its a very small office and as you can see, his table is clean. All DiGi staffs are required to clean their table and they can sit anywhere in the DiGi’s office (as long as they are near their department). The only difference from other staffs is that Johan has ...

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Corporate Restructuring in U Mobile

U Mobile, the third 3G operator in Malaysia is undergoing some corporate changes now. It is confirmed that it’s Executive Director,Kenneth Chang Yit Fei will no longer involve in U Mobile’s day to day business. What is surprising, barely 3 months after the appointment of its new CEO Yun Hae-Jung, U Mobile now has appointed a new CEO again as ...

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More products from U Mobile launched

New Prepaid and Postpaid plans from U Mobile. There is also a new mobile broadband package. The prepaid starter pack is free, however, according to Malaysian law, a user can only have up to 10 mobile numbers. The new U98 postpaid plan offers a free Motorola V9 phone or you can purchase other phone models at a special price, and ...

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"Unlimited" Limited Broadband

Are you are mobile broadband subscriber? Which mobile broadband plan are you subscribed to? Do you know that some broadband plans out there, which are so called “unlimited plans” but has a cap or maximum use limit in it? Maxis One of the mobile company that redefines the word “unlimited” is MAXIS which offers UNLIMITED Internet2Go browsing package that comes ...

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Celcom to stop campaign, refund customers

Based on what happened earlier to the 100days 100cars campaign, MCMC has instructed Celcom to do the following: A-cease immediately the contest “Celcom 100 Days 100 Cars”; B-refund all subscribers that have participated in the contest all sum charged by Celcom; C-inform all its subscribers on the Direction made in paragraph (a)and (b) above; and D-comply with licence condition no. ...

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Maxis: Pay less with Bridge DataRoam

If you are using Maxis Postpaid and traveling to any of these countries: Airtel (India) AIS (Thailand) CSL (Hong Kong) CTM(Macau) Globe Telecom (Philippines) SK Telecom (Korea) SingTel Mobile (Singapore) SingTel Optus (Australia) Taiwan Mobile (Taiwan) Telkomsel (Indonesia) You are eligible to subscribe flat mobile data roaming packages that could save your Maxis phone bill if you require mobile internet ...

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Celcom got raided by Jakim (Updated)

Well, not really got “raided” but Jakim “instructed” Celcom to stop its 100days 100cars contest. This is what the CEO of Celcom said when Celcom announced the first winner of the contest that walked away with a Toyota Camry 2.0E 1AZ-FE. “This is the biggest ever promotion Celcom has introduced thus far, and this is something that only the unbeatable ...

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Celcom 100days 100cars Campaign

Win a car everyday if you are a Celcom user. More info here.

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