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Digi 5G Network Demonstrated to Malaysian Media, 1.6Gbps Download Speeds

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Digi demonstrated its 5G network to members of the media ahead of the MCMC 5G Showcase in Putrajaya next week. It achieved 1.6Gbps download speeds.

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Celcom beats Maxis in 4G Availability Across Malaysia – Opensignal Report

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Celcom Axiata has beaten Maxis in terms of 4G Availability across Malaysia according to the latest report from Opensignal.

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Malaysia has the best consistent Mobile Network Quality in Southeast Asia – Tutela

A recent report from mobile quality measurement company, Tutela revealed that Malaysia has the best consistent mobile network quality in Southeast Asia.

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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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Limelight Networks: 66% of Malaysians blame ISP for slow Downloads & Streaming

Limelight Networks said 66% of Malaysians hold ISPs responsible when they have difficulty in downloading or streaming online content.

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TIME dotCom 100Mbps Fibre Home Broadband Speedtest Report

TIME dotcom 100Mbps Fibre Home Broadband service tested against global speedtest.net servers including in Malaysia, United States (USA) & around the world.

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Celcom launches new Game Store, Contest & Content Download Portals

Celcom's new OTT portals offering mobile games, contest with big prizes and contents downloads: Game Store, Big Win, emomi365.

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TM quietly upgrades Unifi Advance 30Mbps upload speed to 10Mbps [Comment]

TM Unifi Advance 30Mbps plan now upgraded with 10Mbps upload speed, Unifi Advance 50Mbps with 20Mbps upload speed. Price remains from RM189.74/month.

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Ericsson & Telstra demonstrate 1Gbps capability via LTE-Advanced network

Ericsson and Telstra (Australia) announced the world’s first demonstration of 1 Gbps capability with five carrier LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation integrated on a live end-to-end mobile network. LTE-Advanced is major enhancement of the current Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard with a goal to offer Internet download speeds up to 1Gbps.

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LINE’s selfie photo app B612 tops 100 million downloads

LINE Corporation announced that its selfie camera app B612 topped 100 million downloads worldwide on October 9. The free app is available for iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone platforms. B612 is a dedicated selfie camera app made by LINE allowing users to customize their photos with a wide variety of filters and effects. The selfie-optimized app boasts a host of ...

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5 reasons why I won’t upgrade to the new Unifi 30Mbps package

Telekom Malaysia recently unveiled its new Unifi plans with faster download speeds. The Unifi Advance (Unifi 30Mbps) cost RM199 and comes with 30Mbps download speed and 5Mbps upload speed. Users will have to pay more (additional RM50/month) to upgrade from 30Mbps to 50Mbps. Here’s 5 reasons why I won’t upgrade to the new Unifi 30 or Unifi 50 packages:

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20 operators now offer 300 Mbps Category 6 LTE-Advanced service in 15 countries

Twenty (20) operators have commercially launched 300 Mbps Category 6 LTE-Advanced service in 15 countries: Australia, Austria, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and the UK- according to the latest data from GSA. 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) defines a Category 6 system within its Release 10 specifications as having a theoretical ...

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My experience with the Maxis 3G network- slow speed, poor coverage & needs a better network team [Comment]

I ported to Maxis in August 2014, hoping to experience the widest and fastest mobile network in Malaysia, as Maxis claims. This isn’t my 1st time on Maxis as I have been experiencing the network from time to time. Maxis claims that its widest & fastest network in Malaysia have the following capabilities:

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