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About 1.23 million Maxis Mobile Subscriptions are not Profitable as of 3Q19

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Maxis reported a mobile subscriber base of 11.15 million in 3Q19. It added 137k new mobile subscribers however 90k are not profitable.

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EasyAdd by Digi is a new Content Subscription Platform for Everyone

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EasyAdd by Digi, a subscription management platform for contents and service, that allow users to manage all their subscription in one place.

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Ericsson Mobility Report June 2019: 5G Subscriptions will reach 1.9 billion

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Ericsson Mobility Report June 2019 reveals that over 10 million 5G subscriptions are projected worldwide by the end of 2019.

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Global Smartphone Sales estimated to reach 1.5 billion units in 2016 – Gartner

Gartner, Inc. said global smartphone sales are estimated to reach 1.5 billion units in 2016, a 7% growth from 2015.

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Global mobile subscriptions at 7.343 billion, LTE passed 1 billion subscriptions in 2015

Global mobile subscriptions reached 7.343 billion by the end of 2015 according to GSA. LTE subscriptions reached 1.068 billion worldwide.

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Ovum: 1 billion LTE subscription globally

Global LTE subscription passed the 1 billion subscription mark during the final quarter of 2015, according to global analyst firm Ovum.

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China Mobile is the largest mobile operating groups in the world

According to the latest research by analyst firm Ovum, China Mobile is the largest mobile operating groups in the world in terms of proportionate subscriptions. China Mobile is followed by Vodafone and India’s Bharti Airtel. Mai Barakat, Senior Analyst, Middle East and Africa, Telecoms (Ovum) says “Based on the rankings in late 2014, Bharti Airtel overtook China Unicom in terms ...

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635 million LTE subscriptions worldwide as of March 2015

GSA, the Global mobile Suppliers Association announced that there are 635 million LTE subscriptions worldwide. It also said that LTE subscriptions continue to grow faster than any other mobile communications system technology. Analysing Q1 2015 subscriptions data provided by Ovum Ltd, GSA noted that in 3 successive quarters LTE subscription net additions have outpaced any other mobile communications technology.

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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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Maxis has 12 million subscribers as of 1Q15, 4G LTE coverage at 39%

Maxis announced its Quarter 1, 2015 financial results on the 27 April 2015. In the quarter, Maxis added 328k new revenue generating subscriptions (RGS), bringing its total RGS base to 12 million.

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Total of 497 million LTE subscriptions worldwide as of 2014

GSA, the Global mobile Suppliers Association, revealed there were 497 million LTE (Long Term Evolution) subscriptions worldwide by 31 December 2014. A total of 290 million LTE subscriptions were gained in the year, equivalent to 140% annual growth. GSA said that LTE subscriptions are growing faster than any other mobile communications system technology, and by a substantial margin.

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TNS: Strong Customer Service is key growth for Malaysia Telcos

Market research firm, TNS released the findings from ‘Cracking the Customer Code – Telco’ a study into the attitudes of mobile network customers in Malaysia, revealing that providing stronger customer service could win over new users and secure existing ones. TNS Malaysia conducted a study of 500 mobile phone subscribers in June 2014 to understand the elements of customer service ...

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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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