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TM to shut down P1 WiMAX Network, improve Unifi Mobile Services

After more than a decade, Packet One Networks (P1) is shutting down its WiMAX network in phases to make way for Unifi Mobile. P1 is now a subsidiary of Telekom Malaysia (TM).

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Get Unlimited Internet, 1 month free usage with zero upfront payment

Wireless broadband operator, Packet One Networks (P1) has recently launched its new “Ready to P1ay” campaign that gives consumers Unlimited Internet with one month of free usage and zero upfront payment. Get these packages now, for a limited time only:

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YTL Communications fined RM2.4 million by Education Ministry over 1BestariNet

Yes4G WiMAX Internet Service Provider (ISP), YTL Communications Sdn Bhd has been fined RM2.4 million by the Malaysia Ministry of Education(MoE) for failing to provide all 10,000 schools with the 1BestariNet e-learning project, according to reports today. In response to findings from the Auditor-General’s 2013 Report (Series 3) released today, the Ministry said YTL Communications (YTLC), the company which was ...

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TM announce new P1 board members & key management line-up

Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) announced the new Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1) board members and key management line-up earlier this month. Late September, TM emerges as the new holding company for P1 with a shareholding of 55.3%; and the remaining 44.7% is shared between Green Packet Berhad (31.1%) and SK Telecom Co., Ltd (13.6%). Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Zamzamzairani Mohd Isa, ...

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Telekom Malaysia (TM) now owns 55.3% of P1

Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) announced the completion of the Investment Agreement for its partnership with Green Packet Berhad (Green Packet) and SK Telecom Co., Ltd (SK Telecom) for the three parties to share in the ownership and collaborate in the future growth of Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1), a WiMAX Internet provider in Malaysia. The agreement was first ...

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Telekom Malaysia buys 57% of Packet One (P1), 4G LTE launch this year

Telekom Malaysia entered into an investment agreement with Green Packet Berhad and SK Telecom Co. Ltd to acquire a 57% stake in Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd. [From left: Jung Ho Park, Executive Vice President and Chief Growth Officer, SK Telecom Co., Ltd; Datuk Che Azemi Haron, Deputy Secretary General II, Ministry of Communications and Multimedia; Dato’ Sri Abdul ...

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AsiaSpace Amax is shutting down?

I have received a number of complaints from Amax’s subsribers, saying that the Amax WiMAX network went offline since two weeks back. I assumed it was a network fault but a check on Asiaspace Amax revealed that both of their web sites(www.asiaspace.com.my & www.amax.my) are offline and customer support were not available at the time of writing. Emails sent to ...

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Contents should be across different networks, platform

Traditional minded, dumb pipe— these are some of the common terms referred to the mobile operators. Regardless of what the mobile operators think about the topic, I believe contents should be shared across different networks, platforms. A content is a content, and thanks to the power of Internet today it should be accessible to any consumers out there (using SMS, ...

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4G choice: WiMAX or LTE?

WiMAX or LTE (long-term evolution) – which is superior? It, of course, depends on who you talk to. The vendors have their own stories, and the operators theirs. For the consumers, it is not about technology. It is about speed and seamless connectivity, and not having to buy different devices to operate on different platforms. From the technical viewpoint, both ...

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I want a WiMAX Smartphone

Doesn’t sound familiar? That’s right, I want a WiMAX smartphone or a mobile internet smartphone which does not offer the standard voice call over 2G/3G networks. Why?

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Mobile Telecom Predictions for 2009

I know this post is extremely late and there has been lots of email since January about this. I apologize for that as I never had the time to write my predictions for 2009. Here’s a very short list on what to look out for in the local telecom industry this year: Aggressive 3G services I know that everyone has ...

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Govt must implement WiMax spectrum now, says Intel

Malaysia needs to scale up the infrastructure to increase personal computer (PC) penetration and Internet usage by launching the WiMax spectrum now, and needs to reinvent itself as a true digital nation to increase its competitiveness at the global level. Intel Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd country manager Debjani Ghosh said the government must also provide better quality broadband connection at ...

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DiGi studying options in case WiMAX bid fails

DIGI.Com Bhd is believed to be studying two options in the event it does not win a WiMAX licence to offer high-speed Internet services, sources close to the company said yesterday. The company is looking at a short-term plan of partnerships, followed by an acquisition.

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TIME teams up with MSC Management for WiMax, WiFi solutions

TIME Engineering Bhd, the ICT flagship outfit of the UEM Group, has been appointed by Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn Bhd’s subsidiary, MSC Management Services Sdn Bhd (MSCMS), to market the latter’s Air Broadband WIMAX and WIFI solutions and services.

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Maxis selects Alcatel for WiMAX field trial

Alcatel-Lucent and Maxis Communications Berhad, have signed an agreement to conduct a WiMAX trial of a Universal 802.16e–2005 WiMAX solution.

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