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Celcom Customers Experience Better 4G Network than Maxis in all States in Malaysia – Opensignal

Celcom customers enjoys 4G LTE coverage most of the time in all states/federal territories compared to customers on Maxis, Digi, U Mobile and Unifi Mobile.

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Telcos fined RM3.83 million, YTL & Maxis among Worst Offenders – MCMC

Malaysian Telco companies have been issued 107 compounds (fines/penalty) amounting to RM3.83 million as of 31 July 2019 this year - MCMC

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Government paid RM42 million Electricity Charges for Yes4G Telco Towers

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Malaysian Government have paid RM42 million in electricity charges for YTL's 1Bestarinet Yes4G Telecommunication towers in schools nationwide.

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TM Streamyx 1Mbps now at RM66/month, but only for OKU

Special broadband prepaid postpaid packages for OKU differently-abled people

Telekom Malaysia (TM) Streamyx 1Mbps now cost RM66/month, but only for differently-abled people or golongan kelainan upaya (OKU).

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7 Malaysian Telcos Pledge to Improve Customer Service – MCMC

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MCMC: 7 Malaysia-based Telcos have pledge to improve customer service and experience- Maxis, Celcom Axiata, TIME, Telekom Malaysia, Digi, and U Mobile.

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Facebook & YTL trials Terragraph Wireless Fibre Broadband Network in Penang

A new Terragraph wireless fibre network currently in trial in Penang. Deployed by YTL Communications and Facebook, it will offer free WiFi and broadband.

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Highest Complaints in 2017 still on Telekom Malaysia – CFM Annual Report

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Telekom Malaysia continues to "champion" the complaints from the Malaysian public with 1412 cases followed by Celcom and Maxis.- CFM Annual Report 2017

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Maxis still the Fastest 4G LTE Network in Malaysia – OpenSignal Report

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Maxis continues to be the fastest 4G LTE network in Malaysia compared to Celcom, Digi, U Mobile, Unifi Mobile & Yes- latest report from OpenSignal.

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YTL pays only RM10/month rental for its Yes4G Base Station at schools

YTL Communications pays only RM120 a year rental for each base station that it builds within 3,203 Malaysian school compound. Market rate is RM3,000/month.

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YTL’s RM4 billion 1BestariNet school project to be reviewed

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has found the Education Ministry guilty of contract mismanagement in their RM4 billion 1BestariNet project for schools.

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Yes 4G LTE Prepaid SIM now available with Samsung Galaxy J Series 2016, free 30GB Internet

Free Yes 4G Prepaid, 30GB Internet with 2016 version of Samsung Galaxy J Series- Galaxy J1, Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7.

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YTL Communications fined RM2.4 million by Education Ministry over 1BestariNet

Yes4G WiMAX Internet Service Provider (ISP), YTL Communications Sdn Bhd has been fined RM2.4 million by the Malaysia Ministry of Education(MoE) for failing to provide all 10,000 schools with the 1BestariNet e-learning project, according to reports today. In response to findings from the Auditor-General’s 2013 Report (Series 3) released today, the Ministry said YTL Communications (YTLC), the company which was ...

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Intel ChromeBooks & Android Tablets for YTL’s 1BestariNet School Program

YTL Communications and Intel Malaysia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to accelerate progress in the 1BestariNet Program. The MoU involves introducing Intel-based integrated 4G laptop and tablet solutions supporting Chrome and Android for the education sector in Malaysia. [Exchanging of MoU documents between Intel Malaysia & YTL Communications (L-R) Tan Sri Dato’ Dr. Francis Yeoh, Managing Director YTL ...

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DiGi, YTL & TM are keen to acquire P1?

Three possible parties eyeing for the acquisition of a controlling stake in Packet One Networks Sdn Bhd (P1). It is believed these parties are DiGi.Com Bhd, the YTL group and Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM). Industry sources have indicated that DiGi is the closest to clinching a deal with P1, with negotiations having started over a year ago.

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Yes4G launches Samsung ChromeBook with Built in WiMAX

Malaysia WiMAX service provider, Yes yesterday launched the world’s first Samsung Chromebook with built in WiMAX chip, developed together with Google and Samsung. The Samsung 4G Chromebook with built in WiMAX has a retail price of RM1299 in Malaysia. The WiMAX Samsung 4G Chromebook, believed to carry the model number XE303, has the following specification:

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