Huawei E220

I am currently testing out the Celcom Huawei E220 USB Data Modem which was provided by Celcom. It supports HSDPA up to 3.6Mbps,3G, EDGE and GPRS. Using a 2.0 USB interface, the modem is able to receive a good signal with its internal antenna. Weighting only 50g, this eye-catching white device also supports sending and receiving SMS. Sadly, it does ...

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Apple: Malaysian wants iPhone with 3G

Hear this Apple!!! If iPhone is coming to Malaysia, it must be 3G enabled. We will not buy an iPhone without a 3G support….You have been warned…… Poll Results: Will You buy an iPhone? P.s: Err…Can start shipping now?

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Celcom: Best Quality Network?

I attended a Celcom event recently, and I managed to write down some information which I wanted to share with readers. This is what Celcom claims: Drop Call Rate 2G: 0.5% 3G: 0.9% SMS Delivery Time First 10 seconds: 85% 20 seconds: 90% 7 Min: 95% Customer Care Uptime: 99.8% Network Fault Response Time to Site: 2 hours Service Restoration: ...

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DiGi Data Promotion

While waiting for the intelligent folks at DiGi to decide on the New Unlimited Data chargers, DiGi has slash rate for Pay Per Use data plan which gives a discount of 50% when you surf(EDGE/GPRS) during 6am-10am and 3pm-7pm daily. I am not sure about the deadline of this promo and I am unable to provide any available links as ...

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Maxis Broadband rocks!!!

I have been testing the Maxis Broadband and the Unlimited Data for some time now. Wow!!! Its really fast… First, I strongly recommend to not fully believe what you have read on most of the forum regarding Maxis broadband.Of course there are some facts which are true, but again, Maxis HSDPA is truly fast!!! Of course, it does has its ...

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Free WiFi at North-South Expressway(UPDATED)

SPLUGG is offering free internet service(WiFi) at 20 Rest and Service Areas(RSA) along the North-South Expressway. SPLUGG will make available an Internet Kiosk at all those RSA in the next 3 months for road users without a WiFi device. Why the service is free? It is an ad-supported service…but no worries as you will only see the ads at the ...

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Hotlink strikes again, this time at East cost

Starting this Friday, frequent bus commuters in Sarawak and Sabah will be able to get a ride at a subsidised rate of 35 sen, equivalent to the Hotlink prepaid call rate for East Malaysians. Maxis Communications Bhd‘s head of Sarawak region, Janice Cheah, said under the “35 sen-a-ride Hotlink Day” campaign, Maxis’ postpaid and prepaid subscribers would enjoy the subsidised ...

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Telekom plans to exit Payphone business

Telekom Malaysia Bhd will dispose of its entire equity interest in wholly-owned subsidiary, TM Payphone Sdn Bhd, for RM22 million. In a filing to Bursa Malaysia today, the company said the proposed disposal to Pernec Corp Bhd would streamline Telekom’s operations and focus on its role as a mainstream network facilities and services provider. It said TM Payphone, under the ...

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Celcom 3G: For Better or Worst?

The story begins when I subscribed to Celcom 3G Daily Unlimited three days ago(10,August). My first surfing experience with Celcom 3G was so good that I faced a very slow connection to 80% of the sites that I tried to visit. Some website did not load perfectly assuming that it was due to data loss in the network. I was ...

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Maxis upgrades 3G to HSUPA

Maxis announced its successful implementation of High Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) technology in a live network. In a statement, it said HSUPA will enable a three-fold improvement in uplink data speeds, up to 1.4Mbps compared with 384kbps previously. “We see this significant wireless broadband coverage expansion and introduction of HSUPA as key factors in differentiating us from other 3G ...

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The Insider: Will DiGi slash data rates?

Ok…That’s it….. Just this week, I have heard people discussing about it or some people asking me…”Will DiGi reduce the pricing for its Unlimited Data Plan?“ For the YES answer: As Celcom has introduced an unlimited 3G package priced @ RM68 which is cheaper and faster than DiGi, then YES DiGi’s top management team is probably in a meeting right ...

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Education via Mobile

I attended this yesterday. The Mobile Learning & Edutainment Conference 2007 is organized by LTT Global and supported by MSC Malaysia. It had various sponsors for the event. See here. Mobile Leaning & Edutainment takes education to the next level where anyone can study via a mobile phone. The new platform is not mend to replace the traditional education but ...

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TM goes Africa

Telekom Malaysia Bhd is expanding its global Internet connectivity to Africa, a move which can benefit and help accelerate the development of countries in that continent. Its chief executive officer, Datuk Abdul Wahid Omar, said today the company is looking at setting up Internet protocol nodes in some of the African nations. “We have already set up one (each) in ...

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Fomca calls for drastic action against SMS spoofing on POSTPAID CUSTOMER

Did you read the title of this article? Read carefully.. The Federation of Malaysian Consumers Associations (Fomca) wants the Government to take stronger steps in dealing with SMS-spoofing, reported by Steven Patrick,The Star. SMS Spoofing means generating fake requests for Short Message Services. In simple worlds, a mobile phone user is charged for a service he/she did not request such ...

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MiTV 3G coming soon this year

After doing some “Private Investigation”, I found out that MiTV will launch 3G as soon as September and as late as October 2007. What I can say is that it will be either one the month if things goes as planned. Lets start the list……….DVB-H….WIDEST coverage aka Celcom Network……anymore? Is Time aware about this? WE ARE WATCHING……..

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