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Maxis leads in dropped calls, DiGi fined the highest amount

Maxis, Malaysia’s leading communications service provider with an “unmatched customer experience” (as the company claims), recorded the highest dropped call rate of 8.16% in Pendang, Kedah according to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC). MCMC which conducted the Extensive End-Point Service Availability Testing (EESAT) in Q3 (Jul-Sep 2013) nationwide revealed that DiGi came second and third with 8% and ...

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MyKRIS to provide secure Internet & Intranet services for Courts Malaysia

MyKRIS Limited, a Tier-1 Malaysian Internet Content & Services Provider (ICSP) listed in New Zealand, announced that it has secured a RM5.2 million nationwide contract to provide secure Internet and Intranet services for Courts (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd. The three (3) year contract with Courts will see MyKRIS providing WAN Network Management services for all 74 nationwide Courts branches.

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P1 plans to deploy 4G LTE via the 850Mhz band, works on Samsung & Apple mobile devices

Packet One (P1) Networks revealed that it plans to deploy 4G LTE service via the 850Mhz band. Late last month, Telekom Malaysia(TM) acquired a 57% stake in the WiMAX operator. The 850Mhz band belongs to Telekom Malaysia. Speaking to MalaysianWireless earlier this month, Puan Chan Cheong or better known as CC Puan, said that P1 will launch its LTE service ...

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Four million DiGi Internet Customers as of Quarter 1, 2014 [Business]

DiGi.Com Berhad (DiGi) announced that that as of the first quarter of 2014, its Internet customers grew to 4.0 million(active subscribers with internet usage of 50kB and above) from 3.0 million a year ago. Henrik Clausen, Chief Executive Officer of DiGi explained that the healthy growth in internet revenue was fueled by higher usage and a bigger customer base in ...

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New DG SmartPlan launched, improved “brand new” DiGi 3G network

DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (DiGi) launched two new mobile plans yeaterday: a weekly prepaid mobile Internet package and new DG SmartPlan. [(L-R) Albern Murty, Chief Operation Officer of DiGi and Christian Thrane, Chief Marketing Officer of DiGi.] With a choice of RM50, RM78, RM108 or RM148 per month, new DG SmartPlan customers can now enjoy more value on data and ...

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Celcom is now the No.1 Telco with 13.1 million subscribers, made RM2.4 billion in 2013

At the Quarter 4 2013 financial results media briefing on Tuesday, Celcom Axiata announced that it now has a subscriber base of 13.1 million, making it the No.1 Telco in the industry. [Dato’ Sri Shazalli Ramly, Chief Executive Officer of Celcom Axiata Berhad (second from left), Christopher Tiffin, Chief Financial Officer of Celcom Axiata Berhad (right) and Jennifer Chui Fen ...

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Maxis says that fibre cost is high & “it is challenging to work with TM operationally”

Maxis Bhd, Malaysia’s largest mobile operator by revenue, believes there’s still hope in its loss-making and under-performing Home Services business and has no plans to give it up until all possible ideas to turn the business around has been tested. The decline was partly due to the network cost it pays to Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM), as Maxis rides on ...

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Morten aims to improve the Maxis network from “good to great”

Since coming on board in October, he has kick-started a plan that flattens the managerial structure in Maxis, which will see some 40% of managers becoming team players instead of leaders. Morten Lundal will be continuing Maxis’ career transition plan in order to restructure middle management.

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Keng Yaik Lines Up Four Tasks To Scrutinise Telcos

Chinese New Year celebration or not, Energy, Water, and Communications Minister Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik is still very much at work as he disclosed the four things the ministry will do to ensure better services for telecommunications consumers. Admitting that he is yet to be satisfied with the network coverage provided by the telecommunications companies (telcos), Lim said ...

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DiGi Successfully Restored Its Services

DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd has successfully restored communications links to all countries affected by the damaged undersea cables. DiGi’s Head of Network Planning, Abdul Karim Fakir bin Ali, said: “We have fully re-established links to the United States, China and Korea. Our customers can resume using IDD, roaming and SMS services involving these countries.”

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Huawei-3Com to deploy network for Universiti Malaya

Huawei-3Com (H3C) is deploying a campus-wide converged network for Universiti Malaya (UM) under a RM4.5 million project, which will be implemented over two years. “Through this deployment, the university will be able to implement high performance and cost effective voice, video and data communications applications,” according to a joint statement issued on Dec 20.

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