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
Intense competition partly resulted in the declining Maxis subscriber base -- lowest level in 7 years Digi also had experienced its "first" in Q3 2016
Digi.Com Bhd had a mixed second quarter ended June 30 2016, reporting lower pretax profit but higher profit after tax; lower prepaid revenue but higher earnings from postpaid.
The number of mobile subscribers in the Asia Pacific region reached 2.5 billion at the end of last year and will grow to 3.1 billion by 2020, according to a new GSMA study unveiled at GSMA Mobile World Congress Shanghai.
YTL Comms CEO Wing K. Lee is excited about finally being able to compete on an even footing against the other telcos, with the launch of its LTE network, writes Karamjit Singh.
Just months after it began deploying 2Ca (two-carrier-aggregation) technology to give its customers a better broadband experience, Indonesian operator Smartfren has moved to the next level and begun testing 3Ca technology.
ICT – especially mobility, cloud and broadband – will buck the trend because it plays a crucial role in connecting the world, according to Ericsson senior VP and group CTO Ulf Ewaldsson.
The new digital era hasn’t quite caught on, with the biggest contributor to Telkomsel revenue coming from its non-digital businesses.
Since launching their commercial 4G LTE services, Indonesia’s operators say they have not seen much revenue from the service.
Goh Thean Eu shares six key takeaways from Digi’s Q1 2016 results, and comes up with a surprise or two.