Author: Goh Thean Eu
Prepaid business took a hit, with customer base fell by more than 600,000
Expects its LTE network to cover 85% of population by year end, 95% by end 2019
Maxis Bhd reported a marginal decline in its first quarter net profit. However, on a normalised basis, profits were higher.
The worst is expected to be over for Celcom Axiata Bhd, and its CEO Michael Kuehner has a plan to turn the company around. Goh Thean Eu writes.
edotco now has the advantage of funding flexibility as well as the balance sheet capacity to continue to grow the business confidently and capitalise on potential acquisition opportunities
The highly-competitive Malaysian telecommunications industry is now further intensified after U Mobile Sdn Bhd, the country's fourth largest mobile operator, introduced its new entry-level unlimited calls and data postpaid plans.
Customers know that the digital imperative is clear: Go digital or go extinct Asia continues to be a key focus for new CEO Peter Leav
DoctorOnCall, a startup focusing on addressing the needs in the healthcare sector, is currently in talks with a few healthcare service providers as it aims to fuel the startup's growth to the next level.
The new app Astro GO will soon allow concurrent streaming on four devices, raising concern of lower multiroom customers
Astro Malaysia expects stronger growth this financial year, mainly driven by higher adex and average revenue per user. But, does it mean it will increase the price of its packages?