Where are the Malaysian telcos at in regards to their spectrum refarming? DNA takes a look in its latest Telco Deep Dive.
DNA's 4th annual Telco Deep Dive brings readers a range of articles about the telco landscape in Malaysia.
Convergence in the domestic telecommunications sector is likely to lead to M&As among players, say analysts, although not all agree.
The company is planning a capital expenditure of up to RM1.4 billion this year, and part of it will go to the IT transformation programme.
With the 24-month instalment EasyPhone, Celcom customers can get the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ that are compatible with Celcom’s Lightning Fast LTE network.
Expects its LTE network to cover 85% of population by year end, 95% by end 2019
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.
Allows users to check the quality of their connection for streaming video content from the video platform.
2016 saw Digi jumped to pole position in total subscribers market share Surprisingly, Celcom is now just 0.2 percentage points behind Maxis in terms of postpaid subscribers market share
Seven years after launching, Telekom Malaysia’s high speed broadband revenue eclipses voice, while Axiata Group gets ready to be aggressive with Celcom.