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U Mobile offers e-Book and e-Magazine services called booKu

U Mobile e-Book and e-Magazine services called booKu in partnership with SPH Magazines, Pubu eBook, FullAMark and NovelPlus.

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Celcom lost 1.69 million subscribers in 2016, including 598k in 4Q16

Celcom Axiata has 10.56 million mobile subscribers as of 2016. It lost 1.69 million subscribers in the year including some 598k subscribers in 4Q16 alone.

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XOX Mobile opens Concept Store at Sunway Pyramid

XOX Mobile, a Malaysia Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) introduced its first flagship store called XOX Space at Sunway Pyramid.

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U Mobile Unlimited Power Prepaid with Unlimited Data for Facebook, Instagram & Twitter

U Mobile Unlimited Power Prepaid plan comes with App-Onz, unlimited data for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. App-Onz for postpaid users coming soon.

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Maxis lost 768k subscribers in 2016, now has 11.93 million subs as of 4Q16

Maxis lost some 768k subs in the past year, now 11.93 million mobile subscribers as 4Q16. There are 8.96 million prepaid & 2.97 million postpaid subs.

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Pay for Apps/Movies/Games on Google Play Store with U Mobile Prepaid & Postpaid

U Mobile Prepaid and Postpaid customers can now pay for apps, books, movies and more on Google Play store via their airtime credits or bill.

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Get the Huawei Mate 9 or Mate 9 Pro, and enjoy never-ending data, calls and SMS from webe!

Huawei Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro comes with 9,999,999 GB of Internet data, Unlimited Calls and SMS from webe. Buy at retail price to enjoy, no contract.

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Digi adds 105k postpaid subscribers in 4Q16, total mobile subs at 12.3 million

Digi has 12.3 million mobile subscribers as of 4Q16. It added 105k postpaid subscribers in the quarter. There are 4.2 million on 4G LTE users.

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Digi “Power Outage”, mobile service disrupted

Digi mobile service disruption due to TNB's power outage. Digi said the problem is resolved now and the service has resumed.

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Celcom offers web self service for customers to troubleshoot smartphones

Celcom introduced a web-based self-service solution, for customers to to manage, troubleshoot and resolve various common smart device issues on their own.

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