Sungai Long and Kampar campuses equipped with 1Gbps fibre Internet access with inter-campus link, and capabilities to scale up to high speeds.
Announces a healthy third interim dividend of 5 sen per share.
Revenue stays steady at RM2.25 billion, against RM2.34 billion the year before.
Second interim dividend of 4.9 sen per share or RM381 million, payable to shareholders on Sept 28.
Sequential service revenue growth from increased postpaid and prepaid internet subscriptions.
Telco sees stronger quarter-on-quarter performance across the board.
Freedom to Internet builds upon Digi’s 4G Plus network infrastructure to offer in-demand digital services.
Both technologies are key components in the evolution to 5G that will enable Singtel to expand its mobile network capacity.
A closer look at how the Big 3 telcos performed in Q3 2016
Celcom registered quarter-on-quarter growth in service revenue, but profits continue to decline XL managed to return to black, thanks to refinancing its USD debt to rupiah