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Celcom Customers Experience Better 4G Network than Maxis in all States in Malaysia – Opensignal

Celcom customers enjoys 4G LTE coverage most of the time in all states/federal territories compared to customers on Maxis, Digi, U Mobile and Unifi Mobile.

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World Bank says Malaysia Broadband Market Improved, Praises MCMC

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A recent World Bank report published in June 2019 recognises the efforts of MCMC in uplifting the country’s telecommunications sector.

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Highest Complaints on Telekom Malaysia- CFM 2016 Annual Report

CFM 2016 Annual Report: complaints on Telekom Malaysia (TM) was the highest at 23.6%, followed by Celcom Axiata (18.77%), Maxis (15.85%).

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How Fast is the Celcom 4G LTE Network in KL? – Oct 2017

Celcom 4G LTE Speedtest in Kuala Lumpur. How fast is the Celcom network in real life? Check out our speedtest results at 10 locations.

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Malaysia has the Slowest Average Mobile Internet Speed in Asia Pacific – Akamai

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Akamai Q1, 2017 State of the Internet (SOTI) Report revealed that Malaysia has the slowest average mobile internet speed in Asia Pacific.

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Akamai: Malaysia Internet Speed still slower than Sri Lanka, Thailand

Akamai: The average internet speed in Malaysia is slower than Sri Lanka, Australia, Thailand, New Zealand, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong & South Korea.

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Ericsson: 10 hot consumer trends for 2016

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Ericsson ConsumerLab revealed the 10 hottest consumer trends for 2016 and beyond.

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Ericsson Mobility Report (November 2015): 150 million 5G mobile subscriptions by 2021

Ericsson Mobility Report (November 2015) is now available for download. Ericsson forecast of 150 million 5G mobile subscriptions by 2021.

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Digi CyberSAFE in Schools 2015 Survey: Malaysian Schoolchildren on Staying Safe Online

Digi together with CyberSecurity Malaysia and the Ministry of Education released the results of the CyberSAFE in Schools 2015 Survey.

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Ericsson: 7.2 billion mobile subscriptions in Q1 2015, forecast 9.2 billion in 2020

Findings from the latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report, published early this month (June), show the total number of mobile subscriptions in Q1 2015 was around 7.2 billion, including 108 million new subscriptions. In 2020, Ericsson forecast that mobile subscriptions will reach 9.2 billion while smartphone subscriptions will more than double, reaching 6.1 billion. 70% of the world’s population ...

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DiGi CyberSAFE in Schools report: 83% of Malaysians school children are vulnerable to online risks

DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (DiGi), together with its CyberSAFE in Schools programme partners, shared the results of the first nationwide survey on internet safety and digital resilience of Malaysian schoolchildren. The announcement was made at the launch of the National Survey 2014: CyberSAFE in Schools report, themed Safety Net: Capacity Building Among Malaysian Schoolchildren on Staying Safe Online. The 2014 ...

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51 LTE networks launched this year, total 318 LTE operators in 111 countries

318 mobile operators have commercially launched 4G LTE networks and service in 111 countries, according to data released by GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) in its latest Evolution to LTE report. 51 LTE networks have launched so far in 2014. The total number of commercial LTE networks is expected to be more than 350 by the end of this year. ...

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Malaysia has the highest number of mobile shoppers according to BuzzCity

A new report from BuzzCity, a mobile advertising network, reveals the changing trends in online shopping. Mobile as a shopping channel is now on a par with PCs and a key to driving the change in consumer shopping behaviour, it revealed. The report is commissioned by the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA). Nearly half of mobile users (48%) made purchases online ...

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Youth & apps to drive smartphone & data usage in South East Asia says Ericsson

Ericsson releases its first appendix to the Ericsson Mobility Report that specifically covers the South East Asia and Oceania region. The appendix illustrates the differences across the region, including smartphone uptake, access to LTE, and network performance. Three key trends driving ICT growth in the region are youth culture, urbanization and the rise of smartphones. The region’s youth population of ...

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