Tag Archives: Telcos

Telcos fined RM3.83 million, YTL & Maxis among Worst Offenders – MCMC

Malaysian Telco companies have been issued 107 compounds (fines/penalty) amounting to RM3.83 million as of 31 July 2019 this year - MCMC

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Historic Meeting between Penang State Government, MCMC & all Major Telcos for NFCP

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Penang State Government with MCMC held a meeting with the chief executives of major telecommunications companies to discuss the development of NFCP.

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MCMC issued 63 compounds amounting to RM2.32 million to Telcos

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Some 63 compounds amounting to RM2.32 million has been issued by MCMC to various Telecommunication service providers for various offences.

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MCMC: With MSAP, Malaysia’s Global Broadband Ranking Improved

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MCMC claims that MSAP have improved Malaysia's Global Broadband Ranking as Telcos offered higher speeds with the same or lower price.

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Complaints on Telcos Dropped in 2017, CFM received only 4,746 Cases

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Communications and Multimedia Consumer Forum of Malaysia (CFM) received 4,746 complaints related to communications and multimedia services from all over Malaysia in 2017. Among the top five categories reported by consumers to CFM in 2017 and 2016, Billing and Charging remains as the highest complaints category.

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Telco Data Leak leads to MCMC’s Public Cellular Blocking Service – Mkini

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Personal data stolen from telecommunications companies (Telcos) may have been destined for the MCMC public cellular blocking service.

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Millions of Malaysian Mobile Users Data can be purchased for RM32k

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Quann Malaysia said buyers can anonymously purchase 46.2 million Malaysian mobile users data for merely RM32,000 (estimated, after currency conversion).

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Malaysia Government blocked 12,449 phone lines so far this year

Malaysia Government blocked a total of 12,449 phone lines so far this year. These phone numbers were found to be advertising online gambling service.

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