Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) has announced a collaboration with Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd for its HyppTV Everywhere mobile app service, but said that it was not an exclusive arrangement.
The lack of transparency in pricing and subscription plans is driving customers away from their telecommunication service providers, Frost & Sullivan said in a statement.
Karamjit Singh sees innovation as a common thread running through some of the stories in DNA this week, including Frost & Sullivan’s Global Innovation Centre in Iskandar Malaysia and Goh Thean Eu’s telco recap for 2014. Oh, and Patrick Grove comes into the picture too with his impending iflix service.
Who’s winning the celco war in Malaysia? DNA editor Goh Thean Eu gets fiscal and crunches the 2014 numbers from Celcom, Digi and Maxis.
Axiata president and group CEO Jamaludin Ibrahim comes clean on Celcom’s IT transformation programme that caused it to lose customers and dealers, and the lessons the group learned from it. Goh Thean Eu has the story.
DNA launches a new channel dedicated to covering the Personal Tech space. Founder and CEO Karamjit Singh explains why, and what the new channel will set out to do.
There were several interesting twists to the telco plot in 2014, writes Goh Thean Eu – M&As, market shakeups, telcos invading each other's spaces, and a whole lot more.
Celcom reported third quarter 2014 revenue of RM1.93 billion, an approximately 1% dip from the previous quarter’s RM1.95 billion, although overall data revenue grew 20.4% to RM1.2 billion.
Celcom Planet, the US$80mil 50:50 e-commerce venture between South Korea’s SK Planet and Malaysia’s Celcom Axiata, has announced what is likely to be the first of many partnerships with existing e-commerce sites. Exabytes CEO Chan Kee Siak explains the value of the partnership.
A better way to measure telcos is ROCE or ROIC This comes as Axiata sees EBITDA margin fall