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Celcom Fibre 30Mbps at RM80/month, available Nationwide

celcom home fibre 30mbps

Celcom Axiata has launched a new Celcom Fibre 30Mbps plan and a 100Mbps available at RM80/month and RM120/month respectively, available nationwide.

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JBIX sets up 2nd Point of Presence node in Johor Bahru – [email protected]

JBIX Johor Bahru Internet Exchange

The JBIX second node in Johor Bahru ([email protected]) will be located in the Open DC’s new JB2 data centre at Menara Ansar in the Johor Bahru business district.

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U Mobile Unlimited Funz Prepaid comes with Free Unlimited Data for 10 Apps

U Mobile Unlimited Funz prepaid plan

U Mobile Unlimited Funz Prepaid Plan comes with Free Unlimited Internet Data for 10 apps on gaming, social and messaging, available now.

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MyIX Recorded Highest Internet Traffic Peak Point of 412Gbps in May 2019

myix Internet Exchange

The local Internet traffic exchange in Malaysia recorded a new highest traffic peak point of 412Gbps in May 2019 according to MyIX.

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Some 2.07 million Digi Subscribers don’t use Mobile Internet, in 2Q19

Digi Postpaid Family Postpaid Supplementary Lines

As of 2Q19, about 2.07 million subscribers don't use Digi Mobile Internet. Some 800k Internet users are using 2G/3G instead of the Digi 4G LTE Network.

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Enjoy the Widest 4G LTE Roaming Coverage in 100 Countries!

Roam in over 100 countries and don't worry about massive phone bill when you come back home. Get the best 4G LTE coverage and high speed Internet Roaming.

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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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