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5 Reasons why Consumers Hate the Mobile Telcos – Commentary

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There are many reasons why we hate and love our mobile Telcos, but here are 5 reasons why we hate our mobile Telcos in Malaysia.

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Network Down? Here’s how to remain Connected on your Smartphone – Guides & Tips

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In 2020, we still experience issues like poor mobile coverage/signal, super slow 4G speeds and network outages, across Malaysia.

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Ookla Malaysia Speedtest – Kuala Lumpur has the Slowest Average Mobile Internet Speeds

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Kuala Lumpur has the slowest average mobile Internet speeds among the top 10 fastest locations in Malaysia as measured by Speedtest.

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Maxis calls itself a Premium Network, lost 683k Prepaid Subscribers [3Q20]

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Maxis says it is a Premium Network. In the meantime, MalaysianWireless notes a huge number of network related complaints from consumers.

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All the Monthly Unlimited Prepaid Internet Plans in Malaysia – October 2020

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MalaysianWireless list down all the Monthly Unlimited Prepaid Internet plans in Malaysia, as of October 2020, from 6 Telcos.

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MCMC issued compounds amounting RM700k to 6 Telcos

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15 compounds amounting to RM700k were issued by MCMC to 6 Telcos on offences related to prepaid SIM card registration.

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eSIM in Malaysia: List of Mobile Telcos & Supported eSIM Smartphones

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eSIM in Malaysia: Maxis, Celcom Axiata, U Mobile, Digi, Yoodo, XOX mobile, Tune Talk and the full list of eSIM smartphones supported.

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3G Shut Down: Millions of Maxis & Celcom 4G customers may need 2G to make Calls

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Post 3G network shut down, millions of Maxis and Celcom Axiata customers may need to rely on 2G networks to make/receive voice calls.

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