Telkom recorded a 16.6% increase in revenue to US$2.1 billion in the first quarter of 2016 versus US$1.8 billion in the same period last year, thanks to its data and Internet business.
'Today, I am very sure that with the Celcom First Blue, First Gold and First Platinum plans, we are going to be trending back,' says CEO Shazalli Ramli.
Maxis has just released its Q1 2016 results, so Goh Thean Eu takes a deeper look to unearth five interesting findings.
The playbook has changed. Telcos now have to look at their business as a service, suggested Huawei Consulting principal consultant Nigel Bruin.
The Indonesian Government is cracking the whip on Internet companies that have been providing their services in the country but have not been paying taxes, with industry observers saying it is mere protectionism.
A deeper look into how Malaysia’s Big Three mobile operators performed in 2015 shows that 2016 is going to be another interesting year for the industry, writes Goh Thean Eu.
Maxis reported a 38% jump in Q4 net profit, driven mainly by its growing prepaid and postpaid business even while those segments saw a decline in subscribers.
Indonesia will promote local OTT services as part of the country’s vision to become the largest ‘digital economy’ in South-East Asia.
Telekom Malaysia is gearing up for its entry into the mobile market on the back of its October 2014 acquisition of P1, even as the telco giant reported an increase in third quarter revenue.
TIME dotCom Bhd posted revenue of RM163.8 million for the three months ended June 30 2015, 5.2% higher than the previous year’s corresponding period of RM155.7 million.